Hot Hot Heat

It was so unbelievably hot today- 98*! I found this adorable necklace hiding in my jewlery box. I love finding things you totally forgot you had! It's like shopping in your own room, and for an unbeatable price too. I still need to find a better place to take pictures. Everyone always has such cute backgrounds, and you all get to see my laundry basket. I'm really sorry!

yellow tank- express
white shirt- H&M
jorts- macys
belt- target
shoes- converse
necklace- lucky


I had a coupon for Urban Outfitters, so I couldn't resist ordering all this cute stuff!
zipper bracelet, cropped peach top, tshirt dress, black blazer, acid wash jeans, hoops, and studded belt
I'll be sure to post pictures when I get my package!



I'm always really interested in what beauty products other bloggers are using, so I'm going to take the oppurtunity to share mine! Aussie is always my choice brand for haircare. I wash my hair at night, about an hour and a half before I go to bed. AND I NEVER USE HEAT!

I just use plain old head and shoulders for my shampoo (not pictured) because I tend to get dry scalp. Then I use the Burt's Bees and apply it only to my scalp. I use the Aussie Deeeep on the ends of my hair. The smell is to die for- coconut! Actually, all Aussie products smell amazing (and they're dirt cheap too).

My hair is naturally wavy, but unfortunately really poofy. When my hair is damp (not dripping) I apply a good dollop of Aussie Catch the Wave mousse- it's also a leave-in conditioner, which is great! I take it one step further by spritzing my hair with Aussie sprunch, and then SCRUNCH. I let my hair dry a bit more and then put it up in a bun before I go to bed. Sleeping on it gives your hair extra wave.

In the morning I use a bit of Tresemme tres two hairspray to get rid of any fuzzies I might have. If my hair is really dry, I use just a teeny bit of Bed Head Ego Boost on the very ends. Then I repeat the process again in the evening. If for some reason I don't have time to take a shower, I'll just pick up some baby powder on a big fluffy brush and apply it to the scalp, which helps to soak up any excess oils. My hair looks so much healthier now that I don't use heat anymore! Hope that helped if anyone was interested in what I use on my hair!