It was brief, but very cool. Kristen was as kind as can be.
Please ignore my double chin, thanks.
I was shocked.
My skin and hair tend to be dry and yet I still wash my hair three to four times per week–more frequently if I go to the gym.
Unless I get a professional blowout, Day 1 tends to be my best hair day.
Day 2 requires decisions: do I go over it with a flat iron? Do I dampen my hair and wear it wavy, making the most of whatever happened during wild sleeping? Do re-blowdry the hair around my face?
Sometimes it’s just easier to wash and start over!
This week I made a conscious effort to see how long I could go without shampooing and conditioning my hair, washing it Tuesday morning. By Thursday, I was brushing my hair approximately hourly. I wanted so badly to hop in a shower and scrub my scalp and hair.
And truly, my hair looked like crap. By noon, it was in a sloppy ponytail.
How often do you wash your hair?
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The girl smiles plenty, OK?
Say hi to Stephanie Dulli, also known as @StephDSays, formerly known as @MinkyMoo and @ABelleReve.
I love her openness and honesty whether she’s talking about shopping on a budget, postpartum anxiety or her ‘starter marriage.’ Stephanie shares her stories to remind others that no one has a perfect daily life, that everyone struggles with something.
Let’s hear what Stephanie has to say.
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@ABelleReve: I simply cannot fall for someone who isn’t funny. My husband @zdulli is hilarious! He always says he knows I’ll never leave him for James Bond but he better watch out for Will Forte!
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@ABelleReve: loyalty. I have had the same best friends for years, one from preschool, one from high school, one from college and one from post college. I’d do anything for them and vice versa.
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