It’s no surprise that we’re in an era where you can get almost anything you want custom tailored to you. Think Care/of, who will send you personalized vitamins, Birchbox will send you personalized beauty samples, and Stitchfix, which will send you a selection of clothes personally selected for you. So when buying shampoo, of course you can even get it personally formulated just for you. Enter Function of Beauty, a custom blended shampoo and conditioner set based on your personal hair goals. Read on for our full Function of Beauty musk shampoo review and how we really felt it stacked up to our old favorites.Keep Reading
Happy holiday weekend! Are you working today? Hannah and Michelle are dreaming of sneaking out of the office early to meet some friends for lunch and kick off the weekend. Other than that we’re laying low and have some family time ahead this weekend. Here’s what we’re loving in this week’s And Then We Tried Obsessions.
You already know I’m obsessed with LIVELY bras and underwear, so when they launched an active line, I HAD to try it. As a fairly active gym rat and professional lounger, my sports bras need to work hard. Keep reading for my full LIVELY Active review and a chance to win $40 to LIVELY.
There is no shortage of projects that need to be done in our 100-year-old home, but due to things like getting married and debt spirals, I’m trying to focus on smaller, lower-cost updates. So, recently, I decided to give an often-used yet neglected area of our house: the upstairs hall. Here’s how I underwent a quick budget hallway update.
Well, friends, we made it through another week. Do you have any fun weekend plans? Hannah and Michelle spent some of this week tracking down gifts for a bridal shower this weekend, and they’re ready for the ladies-only party. Other than visiting every nearby Bed, Bath & Beyond, here’s what we’re loving in this week’s And Then We Tried Obsessions.
This past weekend, I went down to Cincinnati to visit some friends. It also happened to be St. Patrick’s day, but that was really just a coincidence. So Saturday, we got into the typical Irish Shenanigans, Guinness all day, broken up with some delicious Gomez Turtles for some Mexican flair. Then Sunday, after a delicious breakfast at Tucker’s we made our way to East Walnut Hills’ newest attrpaction: Urban Stead Cheese. Ben and I have been fangirling over Urban Stead’s Instagram since it was announced they would be opening near his house in Walnut Hills, so this was a dream come true.
Feeling like pros for actually checking our weather app, we headed out to explore New Zealand dressed for a cool 65 degree day. Well let me tell you, we may have been dressed for what 65 degrees feels like at home, but we were sweltering. When asking people about this apparent lack of consistency (why was it so hot?) we were told that in the Southern Hemisphere, there is much less pollution, so the sun feels much warmer. Wish I would have known that before the trip, but beggars can’t be choosers. See my New Zealand packing list—with all extra warm weather items I forgot—below to make sure you’re set for whatever weather is thrown at you.
Anyone else think it was Friday on Tuesday? Maybe it’s because it feels like spring should be here by now, or maybe it’s that we’ve been looking forward to St. Patrick’s Day, but it’s been a long week. Obsessing over some fun new things kept us going, though. Here’s what we’re loving in this week’s And Then We Tried Obsessions.
Guys, I’m very sorry, but everything I told you in our Spring Fashion Wishlist was a lie. Well, except for the hair tint. I have a new must-have spring item that I can’t stop thinking about: an oversized denim jacket. But did you think I would just find a single jacket and be done with it? Of course not. I had to go all out and create a full denim jacket roundup consisting of the best that the internet has to offer.Keep Reading
I survived skiing last weekend! I went skiing for the third time in my life and managed to not die, so now I get to embark on the best part of any new hobby, shopping for all the gear. For this trip, I borrowed Hannah’s ski jacket, pants, gloves, goggles, socks, clothes, literally all of it, and now that I think I want to ski again, I should buy my own jacket. Bonus: if I don’t have to borrow Hannah’s jacket, that means she can also come skiing and we CAN BE SKI-FRIENDS. Amazing. Here’s everything I’m looking at for my new ski wardrobe. Please chime in in the comments with your recommendations because I’m basing this all purely on aesthetics.