Saturday mornings to me =

  • LARGE glass¬†of delicious iced coffee
  • fresh, makeup-free face (and GIANT sunglasses)
  • messy hair
  • ‘get shit done’ attitude

To all of you out there who have the time and energy to curl, straighten or crimp your beautiful locks… I envy you. ¬†More power to you as you step outside with your perfectly styled updo. ¬†Unfortunately for me, it’s hot as HELL here in Florida right now and I just don’t have the patience or desire to feel the sweat dripping down the back of my¬†neck. ¬†I like style that is quick and easy, and will allow me more time to enjoy the things I love! ¬†Like iced coffee.


Quick and easy doesn’t have to be boring. ¬†All weekend long we will be giving you 3 of these adorable Bandana Bling pins with your purchase! ¬†Not fond of the sayings we chose? ¬†Simply type in the words you would like on your pins in the comment section at checkout.


*Remember!  Words must be 7 letters or less

Enjoy your weekend!

xo Theresa


I can be realllly good at messing things up. ¬†That is why when my best friend sent me this new Viral Colorwash, I thought for sure I would find a way to do something wrong and have to bury my head for a week. ¬†But somehow… they make this stuff soooo easy to use, you really can’t mess it up!

Viral Colorwash adds extreme bold tones to pre-lightened hair, then lightens and fades out as you shampoo regularly. ¬†It’s basically the best way to play around with color, without having to commit.

To get this look I used the Teal Viral Colorwash which you can get here.  They have a lot of really great colors to choose from, but I chose this one for my first use.

My roots were already pretty dark, so from that point down I just started working the Viral Colorwash into my hair… dry! ¬†I actually did not use any water- yet. ¬†I worked the blue product alllll throughout the blonde in my hair (wearing gloves of course) and then let it sit for about 13 minutes. ¬†I then sprayed my hair with a little bit of water from a spray bottle, and kept working the product into my hair like shampoo. ¬†With the added water, it started to foam up and was even easier to work with.

About 2 minutes later I hopped into the shower and got my hair wet. ¬†I rubbed the product in even more, this time really getting it into my roots as well. ¬†(The only bit of caution I would give at this point, is if color splatters on your shower walls, rinse it off asap so it doesn’t stain!) ¬†After working it into my roots, I rinsed my hair completely clean of the colorwash. ¬†I added a little bit of conditioner to my ends (cause I tend to be a knotty mess) and followed with a good blow dry. ¬†That’s it! ¬†No stress, no commitment, and you are in control of the boldness of the color!

I started out bold, but you can always do a light wash first, then continue to use it to build up more and more color if you’re a bit timid.

For more details about the Viral Colorwash, I’ve included a link to their FAQ page here



Drool over the stylish and beautiful Ade Putri as she (rocks Hell and High Water!) and checks out 6 places to eat within 6 hours. From a coffee shop, some restaurants, a small place to get locally made cheese, as well as a gelato shop! It’s #HellAndHighWater in Indonesia! <3 Shop her crewneck here! (We LOVE how she styled it!)