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Hair style tutorials

Super Comfy Canvas Flats

all you have to do is put the headband on top of your hair (while your hair is down) and then grab your hair at the back and tuck it into the headband. The messier the better!

UPdo

Fireflies Shirt

Cute and cozy fall outfit

the ultimate wardrobe checklist

Glad I found this, always wanting to know different ways to wear scarves!

Friendship Bracelet Valentines. Could do a variation as a teacher gift.

needed the sparkle skirt to make it special

Loops...

Love the coat!

Oh yeah baby!

Maybe after a few more days of running I'll look like this.

I would be so cute in this!

  • Laurie Milam
    Laurie Milam

    me too :)

Put a picture in a mason jar and add olive oil.

Make-up Magnet Board...this might be brilliant

Bangs & a bun. I'm liking it!

Cute hair!

Messy Bun: I get questions about my messy bun all the time, and I've always been hesitant to do a tutorial. Why? Because this is my lazy go-to - and I never really knew how to do a step by step on how to make your hair into a rat's nest. I tried demonstrating it with photos, but it's really difficult to do your hair in slow-mo and use a remote at the same time. I ended up just doing a video. This is basically just like the easy little bun/ponytail hybrid that every gal has done at some time in her life...just messier. Way messier. It's just the way I like it, because you don't have to worry about upkeep throughout the day. Hope the video helps, but if not...I'll try again;) The volume powder spray I use in the video is: Sachajuan Volume Powder.

  • MSKimNYC
    MSKimNYC

    Keiko lynn

After many requests, I finally made a tutorial on how to tie a simple head scarf. It's really, really easy. I did this without looking in the mirror, so that should tell you how easy it is. Let's get started! Start with a large, square scarf. I like my vintage silk scarves because they're soft and not bulky. Fold one corner to the other to form a triangle. Fold the corner down to about the middle, and then fold over again (but not all the way to the edge, because you want it to be a little thicker). Put the scarf around your head with the ends in the front, making sure the wrong side of the scarf (the part where you can see the folds) is against your head. Tie it in a loose knot at the front. I like to keep the whole scarf a little on the loose side (it will stay in place). Tuck the ends behind/underneath the scarf. Done!

  • Maura Martinez-Williams
    Maura Martinez-Williams

    so cute:)

  • Darcy Freudenberg
    Darcy Freudenberg

    Good tip!

  • Maria Durazo
    Maria Durazo

    :)

The weekend is quickly approaching! Weekends = Flea Markets. One of Lauren’s favorite hair acessories is not a hair accessory at all. It’s a vintage brooch. She collects them from the flea markets and vintage expos, gives them to me and I make them into a new hair accessory. It’s so easy and makes a simple pulled back piece of hair into something much more special. The stones in Lauren’s hair in THIS video were actually 2 clip-on earrings, side by side! I like to use “Gorilla Glue” + a bobby pin or metal clip. Attach and let it sit overnight. Head to your local flea market this weekend and start collecting! xx kristin ess

Sometimes you’ve gotta love super simple style. These girls got it just right. This is a great look to try over the weekend and should only take a couple of minutes! Create a deep side part and tease the crown area for a little volume. Grab sections from the lowest part of your front hairline (near your ears). Braid, rope, or twist them back. Tie it off with a clear elastic. This is amazing with a little natural, messy texture so maybe avoid using a brush on saturday morning and do this before heading to brunch instead. We love it paired with a blazer. Happy weekend!! XO Lauren, Kristin and Amy Nadine

As you may have noticed, I’m slightly obsessed with doing fun things on my nails these days. Holidays are always a great excuse to get creative. Here’s my Independence Day inspired manicure. I used the stick-on nail polish in blue + white nautical stripes and added one simple solid red nail to each hand. 1: Tools- clear base/top coat, red nail polish, stick-on nail polish strips, nail file, cuticle nippers (optional) 2: Apply a thin base coat, and then fit the correct nail polish strips to each finger. Skip any random one you want and leave it for the red polish. I chose the ring finger. 3: (Optional) Cut the excess off with cuticle nippers or scissors. 4: File the edges. This will give you a perfect edge with the nail polish strip. 5. Paint the plain nail red. I did 2 coats. 6. Go over everything (polish strips + red nail) with a clear top coat. I hope you all have a great 4th of July. Be safe. Can’t wait to see your photos! XO Lauren

If you want to turn your eyelash curler into a mini curling iron, all you have to do is blast it for 20 seconds with your hair dryer. Wait at least a minute to let it cool down and be sure to test it with your finger to make sure it’s not too hot that you burn your eye lids. Then squeeze once at your lash line, once again half-way out and one more pinch 3/4′s out. (If you only pinch at your lash line, it will look like you’ve been chasing parked cars!) XO Amy Nadine