Seaside Stripes: Fashion; Men & Women
Seaside Stripes are a big fashion trend for spring and summer 2017. It’s no secret that blue and white stripes look amazing, but it is information to share with a friend to pull out your blue & white striped clothing because it’s hot right now! If you don’t own a piece of a navy and white striped ensemble, there’s so many places that sell it, it’s not just for rich folks anymore. And they make every kind of outfit in seaside stripes, like pants, tops, blouses, romoers, skirts, scarfs, shoes, hats, belts, and the list goes on.
Here are some examples of blue palette’s that are made to go with seaside colors. This is to help give you some inspiration to wear these blue’s. And the palette’s help allow you make sure you wear colors that go together.
Fall Hair Trend – White Honey
The fall hair trends are in, and I see that if you’re going to be a blonde, go with the shade of White Honey. I am a natural blonde, and you see that less and less. I am a honey blonde, and have golden curls but my color is much darker than a platinum or ash blonde. My husband calls me “Goldielocks”, and it makes me feel great. If you’re planning on going blonde this season, or if you need to re-do your style, consider going white honey. It’s got the color of ash blonde, with a splash of tone to it and it really adds dimension.
- Check out the different shades of blonde
- Every blonde needs a weekly deep conditioner
- These are great tips to taking care of your blonde
- Sometimes the bleach from highlights can make your scalp feel itchy or burned. Here is a great way to fix it
- Madison Reed is your ready-to-order hair care system. It has virtually every color you want
If you want to order some hair color: Madison-Reed Hair Color
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