|Photo Credit: MetroDiva|
Friday, September 30, 2016
Thursday, September 22, 2016
I am so excited about this new opening that I had to share with you all! Ten Detroit Nail Bar is bringing the glamor and luxury feeling of an elegant nail shop. They pride themselves on providing eco-friendly nail care and amazing products in a very upscale, relaxing environment. They offer all of your standard nail services but they take it to the next level. Whether you’re looking for a quick polish change, a full pedicure, or a fill-in for your nails, you’ll find all of that and more at Ten Detroit Nail Bar. The salon opens this Friday at 10 a.m. Their address is 1215 Griswold Street Capitol Park Detroit, MI 48226. Wine and champagne will also be offered at the opening. I so wish I could attend for the pre-opening to share but I will be making a visit to them in the near-future to share my experience. I hope you all enjoy! For more information on all the services that Ten Detroit Nail Bar offers, please visit thetendetroit.com
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Booties are my latest obsession for this season and I can’t seem to love enough of them! I love the style and versatility a bootie provides. It also offers as little or as much coverage you want (unlike a regular boot). There are three types of booties I want in my closet, if I am being honest: I want one for dressing up (such as one made of lace or suede with satin or lace strings), a rugged-hip bootie for cold, slippery weather (think of a bootie with a lugged bottom or platform), and a simple leather bootie. Also, I find booties that expose a lot of the foot to be not as beneficial to me. It can be very cold in Michigan at the drop of the hat and if it's still hot aside, it may be too hot for a boot style for my comfort. Nevertheless, I am still starting to love a peep-toe on a bootie. You can show off a bit of your pedicure but not risk being too cold. Anyway, I think a bootie is an essential item for transitioning between seasons. Style and function in one! You can’t beat that. To see what kind of booties caught my eye, click on the pic above, courtesy of Polyvore, for more information on each style.
Friday, September 16, 2016
|Photo Credit: Hour Detroit Magazine|
Style is all about what you make it and some are just gifted in keeping it fashionable always. Celebrate some of the best dressed Detroiters at the annual Hour Detroit Best Dressed Fashion Show on September 29th! To get more information on the event and purchase tickets, visit CBS Detroit To view the entire Best Dressed List, pick up the September issue of Hour Detroit
Thursday, July 28, 2016
|Photo Credit: Raquel Parks|
I am in love with Carol’s Daughter’s Hair Milk and Mimosa Hair Honey! Both are perfect for my hair's needs. There are several reasons why I appreciate these products that I am happy to share with ally of my followers. A few months ago I went through a major medical situation. (I am happy to report I am doing great now.) For this reason, my hair went through a little stress and I have been trying to be very cautious with it. Also, the summer weather can be brutal on hair, especially with the scorching temperatures in Michigan recently. (I feel like I’m in the middle of the Sahara but at least it’s not snowing!)
I have been wearing a flexi-rod set the last month or so because of this. The flexi rod set (similar to a straw set) is a natural style that requires an abundance of moisture. I’ve worn this style a millions times throughout the years. No matter how much I love the freedom and break it gives my hair, I find it difficult to keep the curls moist without enduring the gross and oily residue that most products leave behind. My goal is to prevent brittle, dry hair yet avoid having to wipe away greasy products left in my hair. It’s a mess and a pain! That is where Carol’s Daughter’s Hair Milk comes in.
The Hair Milk provides the moisture my hair needs without enduring a very greasy or sticky excess left behind. Hair Milk comes in a spray bottle and squirts out very easily onto the hair. It’s very light and has just enough oil to leave a shine without over doing it. In addition, it has a fresh clean scent that I absolutely love. My hair is very coarse and doesn’t have a wavy or curly pattern to it. It has more like a cotton texture that can easily shrink when wet.
Therefore, I find when using the Hair Milk it’s best for me to spray it on my hair at night, leave it be for 30 minutes, re-curl any loose parts and then I can put on my silk bonnet. If I go to style it right away, I could loosen some curls in the process. For me, I find it best to let it sit first. I try to avoid being heavy-handed when using this product, unless I feel my hair is extremely dry. A little is all that I need to maintain moisture in it daily.
The Mimosa Honey is awesome for my scalp! I tend to get a very dry, flaky scalp which is not cute. The dry weather does not help this condition. The Mimosa Honey is a grease that you want to use just a bit of. I rub two dime-size scoops of the grease onto my hands and massage it into my scalp. I have to do this about 3 times to hit every part of my scalp. It can be hard getting to my roots because my hair is thick (which is awesome but difficult at times). But this grease seems to help with moisturizing it and leaving it soft enough to get through without a struggle which is a major plus.