What I'm Loving: September 2019

Friday, October 4, 2019
Each month I round up a list of my current favorites - from TV shows, to beauty products, outfits and everything in between!


Flowers by Ra Ra Riot


All Things Leopard
Of course, with fall on the horizon, all things leopard are starting to make their magnetic way towards women around the world. I have a complicated relationship with leopard that I think is just starting to be clear..

I love how leopard looks on other people but have never been a fan of it on myself. For some reason I just always felt like Jane of the Jungle in it... Until I realized I just need to wear leopard in small doses to make it work for me.  With that being said, the leopard flats below have been on repeat for me, and I just ordered the black zip up sweater featuring the subtle hint of leopard!

What's your favorite way to wear leopard - small amounts or full jungle suit?

Here are some of my favorite leopard items at the moment:


3 Minute Miracle Curls by Aussie
I am always on the hunt for new hair products - especially for my curly hair! I have been using (more or less) the same shampoo/condition, hair spray, and mouse for the past 10 years - no joke - yet I often find myself wanting to try new products, they just never work out. This, however, was one of the few spur-of-the-moment purchases that I will be keeping in my arsenal!

This 3 Minute Miracle Curls is a deep conditioner that I let sit in my hair in the shower after shampooing. I'll usually exfoliate, shave, wash by body and face while I let it set. I have found that the longer you let it sit, the  better (I think) it works. The first few times the texture of my hair felt a little weird after getting out of the shower.

I really love the fact that this hydrates my curls but doesn't leave them feeling greasy or too heavy. I use the term "curls" loosely because I have wavy hair, but who says "this product really accentuates my waves"? No one, because it sounds weird. I don't think it leaves my hair greasy at all, but I would say it does make it feel a little heavier, but I think happens naturally because of the moisture infusion (I'm not a scientist, don't quote me).

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