Hey chickies! Happy middle-of-the-week. I've got some super fun stuff to chitty chatty with y'all about...
Let's talk about hair. Not just hair, but how we style it, the products we use, and giving it some sweet TLC. I recently teamed up with Drybar (dude, I know. Way too freakin' cool) to give me the 'do of my dreams for my picture perfect engagement shoot (post coming soon) and so I can try out some of their legendary (and cruelty free [have you seen my post on cruelty free beauty?]!!) hair products that I just can't get enough of.
Because Hayes and I already took some fun engagement photos, we wanted to do some classic photos that we could hang up in our home. You know the kind: really classic, nicely dressed, ... just a good classy photo. And because I'm kind of derpy when it comes to doing my own hair, who better to call on than Drybar?
When I got there, I was greeted with a mimosa and talked with Breana, the stylist, about what we wanted to do with my hair. We decided on a retro take on loose curls. Take a look at the process below!
Get this to die for yellow blowdryer here and Drybar founder Alli Webb's new book here.
Then you blow that ish out with oh-so-amazing Blonde Ale Brightening Cream. It has a little bit of metallic to it so it makes your blonde even blonder.
Roll and pin up your hair and back comb the few pieces around the crown of your head. If you have flat and ultra-fine hair like me, make sure you use a teeny tiny spritz of Money Maker, Drybar's flexible hold hairspray. Aka-- it holds what you need, but is soft to the touch.
Seriously you guys... this book is amazing. I read the entire thing like three times while sitting in this chair.
I mean..... a round of freakin' applause for Drybar and Breana!
Y'all.... I'm so sorry but unless you saw my Insta-stories, I'm going to make y'all wait to see the final look for my engagement photos! But lucky for you, I've attached all the products and tools Breana used to create this bombshell look! Shop 'em here:
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So, have you been to Drybar before? What is your go-to style? Have you used any of their products? If so, what is your favorite? Let me know in the comments below!