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  1. Madeleine

    Sultra Bombshell curling wand is hands down the BEST hair curling tool I’ve ever used!! It’s a bit pricey…but miraculously, I found mind at a Marshalls (in Rehoboth Beach, DE)! I use the 3/4inch, but the 1inch is great too!

    1. Phoebe

      I totally second the Sultra curling wand. I have the cone version, though, not the regular bombshell. I have thin hair (coarse individual texture, but not many follicles), and this wand gives my hair so much body. It is pricey, but it works amazingly.

  2. christin

    i LOVE the alterna bamboo shine line. it’s awesome and smells so good!

  3. Drew @ Catfish & Caviar

    I have never tried a dry shampoo! Might be time to start. My CHI is a hair saver…

  4. Grace - Stripes & Sequins

    I’m flattered that you like my hair lady, but know that I envy yours!!! To be able to blow dry my own hair (and in only a few minutes?) Amazing. But the grass is always greener. PS – listen to anything Christin tells you – her hair is amazing.

  5. Britt @ My. Daily. Randomness.

    I’ve been meaning to try a different brand of dry shampoo… I tried one last year, but it made my hair feel heavy and more greasy. Thanks for the recommendation!

  6. emmakisstina

    I know where you’re coming from, I’ve got baby fine Nordic locks too. Since discovering dry shampoo I’ve become a little more content… but what I wouldn’t do for just a little more thickness!

  7. azrakun

    Interesting about the dry shampoo. I’ve tried B&B and just don’t get the whole concept. It looks like it’s not doing anything for me. Hmmm…

    http://www.azrakunworld.com

    1. Miro - Dose of Dash

      I couldn’t live without dry shampoo! Try looking for a spray version – that is definitely the easiest/quickest thing for me. Powder can be a little more difficult to make look good.

  8. Comfy Cozy Couture

    I could NOT live without my Sultra Bombshell curling iron. It is hands down the absolute best for beachy waves!! And I love those hair ties and my recent dry shampoo favorite is Oribe texturing spray, smells like heaven and works so well!

  9. Ashley

    I haven’t used the hair ties but I really want to! And I can’t stand Chi flat irons.. they’re so much more damaging than other flat irons. Especially since you have straight hair, you should reconsider.

    xo Ashley
    luckylittlebird.blogspot.com

  10. JoBeth

    I’m right there with you on the fine hair challenge. “It’s a 10 miracle” volumizing shampoo & conditioner are sulfate free so they are gentle on my hair & the environment. For up-dos, a mag stylist turned me onto Fat Hair Zero Calories hair spray. Perfect when you want a little Bardot poof.
    I also couldn’t live without 2 drops of morracan oil – just a smidge for the ends to give right amount of polish.

  11. my favorite and my best- MFAMB to you

    girl you need to get you some biotin and take it on the reg.

    and i have those headbands…how do you get them to stay on your noggin? they slide off of mine.
    do i have pepper head?
    http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20121105110307/americanhorrorstory/images/thumb/6/6a/Pepper1280.jpg/250px-Pepper1280.jpg

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