When I'm older...


i'll wear whatever i want. ................................................. “I’ve apparently been the victim of growing up, which apparently happens to all of us at one point or another. It’s been going on for quite some time now, without me knowing it. I’ve found that growing up can mean a lot of things. For me, it doesn’t mean I should become somebody completely new and stop loving the things I used to love. It means I’ve just added more things to my list.” ................................................ Jeremiah 29:11



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Revlon- Peach Smoothie (scented) (find it here): A pastel peach color with fine gold shimmer

Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure- Pink a Card (find it here): A true creamy baby pink

Essie- Play Date (find it here): A mid-toned soft purple

Piggy Paint- Clouds of Candy (similar here): A frosty baby blue

SquareHue- Champs Elysees (similar here): A very light pastel green with white shimmer

Bondi- Blue Skies (similar here): A light blue with purple tones

Dior- Samba #402 (find it here): A darker mint green

Check out my previous nail polish picks:

Winter 2013

Autumn 2013

Summer 2013

Winter 2012

Now that the first day of spring has come and gone, it’s time to put away the dark, gothic nail colors and pull out the pastels. The new collection from SquareHue has the perfect colors for spring.

SquareHue is a monthly subscription service that delivers three nail polishes a month for only $14.99. That’s only $5 a bottle! This month’s theme is from the Passport Collection and is Paris. These three colors are absolutely gorgeous. The first color, Arc de Triomphe is a nude rose color with a hint of pink shimmer. The next color is called Champs Elysées and I know that this is going to be one of my most-worn polishes this season! It’s the perfect pastel green. It reminds me of Easter and grass and happiness. The last color is called Notre Dame and is a glossy cream. I think a cream nail polish should be a basic in anyone’s collection but for some mysterious reason, I didn’t have one before this. 

Overall, I was extremely pleased with this box. The nail polishes are high quality, they didn’t chip and they went on streak-free. I love that the colors were specifically chosen for the season and I think the whole collection is stunning! 

And, as if it couldn’t get any better, SquareHue donates a portion of your subscription to help other organizations. So. not only will you have the best lookin’ nails around town, but you will also be a charitable person. Win-win situation? I think so.

Check out SquareHue: http://www.squarehue.com/

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*ftc disclaimer: I was sent these products for free but all opinions are my own.

I have countless bottles of nail polish (we’re talking 180+ bottles) so I’m always searching for ways to use them other than just for my nails because let’s face it, I will never use them all up. Combine them with my love of hair accessories and we’ve found a winner.

I always see pretty metallic and colorful bobby pins at places like Anthropologie but $18 for four bobby pins? That’s not so pretty. Then, I got to thinking, why not just make my own? Brilliant right?

  1. Start with grabbing some scrap paper. 
  2. Clip the bobby pins on to the edge of the paper so they lie flat.
  3. Select the prettiest polish you can find and begin to paint the bobby pin.
  4. Use some q-tips to clean around the edges so the nail polish doesn’t pool up.
  5. Apply three coats. It takes a few coats to become opaque! It helps if you use lighter colored bobby pins.
  6. Wait for them to dry and then repeat on the other side.
  7. And voila! You’ve got yourself some good lookin bobby pins.

Sweater- Old Navy (kids section lol) (similar here) // Jeans- Miss Sixty (similar here) // Boots- Goddiva (similar here) // Watch- Marc by Marc Jacobs Amy 36MM in Silver // Earrings- H&M (similar here) // Bow- Ardenes (similar here) // Initial Necklace- Loft 82 (similar here) // Nail Polish- Sally Hansen

OPI- Unfor-Greta-bly Blue (get it here)- A shimmery mid toned blue

Priti NYC- Pewter Veil (similar here)- A metallic blue grey

Urban Outfitters- Snow (similar here)- A creamy white with holographic sparkles

Sally Hansen- Applause (similar here)- A metallic silvery purple

Essie- Lil’ Boa Peep (get it here)- A cross between a gold and silver, almost a chrome

Nicole by OPI- Nicole’s Nickel (get it here)- A deep grey with fine and chunky glitter

Nicole by OPI- Make a Comet-ment (get it here)- Fine silver holographic sparkles

Check out my previous nail polish picks:

Autumn 2013

Summer 2013

Winter 2012

Top- Aerie // Denim Shirt- Goddiva (similar here) // Pants- Velvet Heart // Scarf- Aerie // Shoes- American Eagle // Nails- Bondi: Blue Skies (similar here) // Bracelet- BCBG // Earrings- Tammy Spice // Lips- Secret Agent