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Tag Archives: summer 2012
At the end of August, I trekked up to the Hudson Valley in upstate New York to take part in my friend Alison’s wedding. It was a really special weekend full of celebrations, laughter, and lots of love. I’ve never … Continue reading
Although we’re undoubtedly in for a few more sweltering 90+-degree days in September, today is the unofficial farewell party for my favorite season. This time of year is always bittersweet for me. The sun is quietly setting just a little … Continue reading
Last week, I was on vacation in Cape Cod, Massachusetts and Newport, Rhode Island. It was so nice to be away from the daily grind and enjoying the New England summer — a welcome respite from the hot, humid, unbearable … Continue reading
Summer can be rough on your strands. Heat, humidity, UV ray exposure, chlorine, and saltwater all do a number on your hair. A slight adjustment to your normal routine can make a huge difference. To get through the summer months … Continue reading
MAC has teamed up with designers Claude Morais and Brian Wolk of the NYC-based label Ruffian for a new collaboration. The 6-piece collection contains 3 lipsticks and 3 ready-to-wear nail sets. Lipstick ($14.50): Available in 3 shades:Ruffian Naked (peachy nude), … Continue reading
This summer, MAC will release its first permanent collection of Nail Lacquers. Click through to read the full shade line-up and dates you can get your digits on these polishes.
Happy summer, everyone. xoxo Image via Pinterest
I am loving Stila lately. A few of their products have made it into my daily rotation to become can’t-live-without-them essentials. Their summer collection is all about gorgeous, glowing skin that looks naturally sun-kissed and feminine. Allover Shimmer Liquid Luminizer … Continue reading
Heading to the shore this weekend? Toss these products into your beach bag for effortless beauty that endures the harshest elements of summer: sun, saltwater, chlorine, and humidity…and let you get fresh after soaking up the summer. 1. Kate Somerville … Continue reading