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My best friend has beautiful hair, and she told me about this idea a while back. I thought I would share it with you.

BENEFITS OF SATIN PILLOWCASES ON YOUR HAIR:

1. The satin helps reduce breakage, thus eliminating many split ends.

2. Cotton pillowcases tend to make your hair flat as you sleep. [Or worse, make it dented and weird looking.] Satin pillowcases keep the shape and volume of your hair.

I know that there’s only two, but come on. Both of them are pretty important, and why not just change one thing in your life to benefit something as important as your hair?

happy friday,

xoxo

j

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So I was in Walgreens, and all of Aussie was on sale. So I decided to buy something that i haven’t tried before, and I picked up the Sprunch Spray. I love it! It’s great for when you wake up late and don’t have time to really do the whole routine on your hair.  Just spray your locks with water, then spray on the Sprunch.  Then play with your hair until it dries! It gives it a beachy feel and a totally laid-back look.  Take it to the beach with you to apply after you hit the waves for more control.  I recommend giving it a try, especially if you already have wavy or curly hair.xoxoxxxo-JM

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So they’re everywhere. Us girls wear them in our hair and on our ears. I’ve even seen a shawl made out of peacock feathers. But what makes this sudden trend so amazing? And how can we pull it off without looking like Big Bird?

So I’ve come to the conclusion that with feathers, less is more, and subtle is OK. When you get feathers in your hair, try to pick colors that compliment your hair and eye color. For example, if you have blonde hair and blue eyes, I would suggest teal or green colors. For brunettes, blues or reds. Of course, the neon and neutral feathers are totally cute, too.

My new favorite thing right now is feather earrings. Specifically singular earrings.  On the cover of the June/July issue of SEVENTEEN, Lucy Hale wears an earring by Edge of Urge. The earring was 60 dollars. Let me tell you, I loved the idea of wearing one glamorous feather earring, instead of two so-so feather earrings. So I looked everywhere for something like this, and when I finally found it, it was in this little store in the mall. I bought this single-earring with peacock feathers for 7.99, and soon I realized that it was SO easy to make. (check out ‘Your Crafting Fixation for a how-to) So now, I wear one earring all the time.

Do you have any feather ideas?

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