Who doesn’t love a new lipstick? When I’m running late to work, I do a quick all-natural look and swipe on some lipstick for a pop of color before I bolt out the door. It’s arguably the easiest makeup to apply and it makes all the difference, so I’m always on the lookout for lively new colors.
A long time ago, I used to think that sea salt sprays were not meant for curly-haired girls like myself. All my curly-haired goddesses out there, this one’s for you.
Having curly hair is incredibly high maintenance and can be frustrating at times. When I wear my hair naturally curly, it needs something moisturizing with a strong hold that won’t cause crunchy ends; sea salt spray isn’t enough to manage my thick, wild hair. When I wear my hair straight, I never use a sea salt spray for fear of ruining a perfectly silky smooth blowout.
For years, I ignored the product without giving it a second thought whenever I browsed through the aisles of beauty stores. It simply wasn’t meant for me, I thought.
Oh, how wrong I was.
Last week, I was lucky enough to visit the land of sunshine and hilly roads: beautiful San Fransisco! The California weather was a welcome break from the current freezing tundra that is the east coast. I was there for work, but that didn’t mean I couldn’t visit my west coast family and take part in some tacky but oh-so-fun tourist activities while I was there too.