Hey guys, it’s about to be a short blog, I’ve been up since 4 this morning, I’m exhausted!
"Night. Sleep well, Clementine."
"You too, Orange."
I don’t know why that first line came out of my mouth, but the response in my opinion was cute.
I love you guys, and I’ll see you tomorrow. Keep it sassy, Clementine! <3
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Hey guys, it’s Stephanie! It was a rough night last night, so basically I didn’t go to bed until 4:30, and so I woke up late, got ready for school, and had to leave early. But I’m at school now, and I have some time, so I figured I should utilize that time.
Today I just want to talk about new growth. Now, if you’re not a cosmetologist, or don’t really know much about hair, you probably have no idea what I’m even talking about. So let me explain.
When you color your hair, and it starts to grow out, you develop new growth, which is your natural color at your “roots”. But of you’re an cosmetologist , you would know that the your roots are actually not visibly seen.
Wow. Long explanations for really simple things. Man, I should have a blog based solely on that!
Honestly though, if you’ve ever been through that process, I’m sure you would agree that if you don’t make a fortune(or are lazy, like me), new growth it horrible. For me, that’s when my highlights came into play. See for me, my highlights kind of hide my new growth so while I’m trying to gather up enough money to get my hair done, my hair doesn’t look completely horrible. So far, it’s been working out! I actually really love my hair, and I get a ton of compliments on it. It’s weird, but having a new color of hair always inspires me to experiment, and see what I can press the boundaries on. It’s taken me back to the basics, and I love it.
Anyway, that’s all I have for you guys today. I hope you guys like my rants! Haha, even if you don’t, thanks for reading. I love you all. And I will see you tomorrow. Keep it sassy!
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Hey guys, it’s Stephanie! I was doing my hair, getting ready for class tonight, and I was cocktailing my products like I always do, and realized one of my products starts with an “M”, so I thought it was a perfect moment to be original! So today, I’m going to give you a product review of Organix Moroccan Curling Perfection Defining Cream.
First, lets start out with the description/claim:
"A moisturizing and lavish cream which instantly penetrates the hair shaft with exotic pure Moroccan argan oil to revive and define curls, smoothing away frizz and fly-aways, while creating soft, seductive, silky perfection. This exotic precious blend of Moroccan argan oil renews curls, creating soft, frizz-free perfection while protecting your hair from harmful styling heat and UV damage as it gives great definition, bounce and shine."
I first got this product about a year ago, and have been using it since, and it has about a third of it left(6 fl. oz bottle). So remember to use it sparingly. Now, I know that there are a lot of claims there. So I just want to stress to you all that if you don’t have curly hair, but want to make it look like you do, do not use this product. I used it when my hair was still stick straight, and all it did was weigh it down with it’s oils. However, if you have curly hair like I have once again, I believe this will work well for you. I also cocktail this with two other curl/smoothing products by Paul Mitchell (Twirl Around curl cream gel, and Super Skinny Smoothing Serum). So there may be added benefits coming from those products as well. By the way, those are two products I would also recommend for curly hair!
As for whether or not this product works….Yes, I think it does. Does it live up to it’s claims? Yes. As long as you have that curly texture. It does not leave my hair hard, crunchy, or hard to manage. To style my hair with this product, I cocktail my products, scrunch it into my hair evenly, and start diffusing. To start diffusing, I start in the front by my ears and cup the hair into the diffuser. I do this around my head just to take out some of the moisture. Then, I flip my head upside down completely, and do the same. Then flipping my hair to the left side, diffusing, and then I repeat on the right side. Then I move to being upside down again, and then flip my hair back up after it’s completely dry. To get extra volume, I place butterfly clips under the front section of my hair, and let them set for about a half hour, and then I take them down. It’s got perfect volume and definition.
The only thing I would knock this product for is the smell. It’s not a bad smell, of course, it’s just a bit strong. It’s not too bothersome, it’s just something to keep in mind if you’re sensitive to scent.
Well, that’s pretty much it for tonight, guys. I love you all and I’ll see you tomorrow. Keep it sassy! <3
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Hey guys, it’s Stephanie! I know it’s a little late at night, but I still have time, so I’m going to be kind of quick about it.
The more I sit in my room day in day out, or the most I sit in the corner of a room by myself not talking, the more my mind wanders. Lately, my mind has been telling me that I don’t know what love actually is, and that I’ve never experienced it with another person by the means of a relationship.
You see, there is something that happens to me in relationships. I will spend forever getting to know the person inside and out, and really just accept them for exactly who they are, and be there for them no matter what. I accept the person up to the point where I can tell them straight that I love them, and further beyond that. What it seems to me that I get in return is a ‘love’ that is impure, because there are other people, someone doing it better, or doing it right.
This is another thing that happens to me. I will have a really strong emotional connection with someone, and it will be someone I haven’t met in person yet, and then we finally meet in person, and I’m still all for it, and feeling the thing, but they don’t feel the thing. Then, instead of telling me they don’t feel the thing, they avoid me until I just have gotten myself hurt enough to give up. Every. Time.
So maybe, from now on, I won’t be in a relationship. I won’t try. Who needs love, if it just leaves, or doesn’t want to exist? Or maybe I’m just thinking too much into it.
Either way, I know I love you all, and I will see you tomorrow. Keep it sassy! <3