Photos thanks to Taylor Cole
SheInside striped tunic; Forever 21 shorts and shoes; People by People clutch (c/o); Necklaces: Julie Vos (c/o) and Shiny Mix (c/o); Bracelets: Julie Vos and Shiny Mix (c/o); Rings: Miranda Frye and Marcia Moran (c/o); Betsey Johnson sunglasses (c/o) Nordstrom Rack; Nars Lip Crayon in Dragon Girl
Isn’t it amazing what a good hair day (or ugh, a bad one) can do for your mood? When my mane is cooperating, you pretty much can’t stop me. I’ll fly through the day’s to-do’s and errands with a smile and generally feel more creative and productive when I’m feeling good about myself. On a bad hair day, don’t mess with me. “Outta my way, lady, today’s not the day!”
Through straightening, curling, highlighting and everything in between, I’ve done my fair share of torture to my hair over the years, so the products I use are important. I’ve also learned over the years that great products don’t have to cost a fortune, and for brands I can trust, I always head to Target. Head & Shoulders is one of those brands. It’s sort of a drugstore dark horse that promises healthy, nourished hair, and really, what’s better than that? At its healthiest, my hair is easy-peasy to manage, so I definitely try to stick with the brands that give me healthy strands. Who doesn’t want to avoid bad hair days?
P.S. – Head over to Target for a great deal on Head & Shoulders: Buy 3, get a $5 Target gift card- offer good through 5/16.
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Head & Shoulders at Target through their partnership with POPSUGAR. While I was compensated by POPSUGAR to write a post about Head & Shoulders at Target, all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make My Style Diaries possible.