1 Hair Brush Everyone Should Own

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The Wet Brush

I love my optician. Somehow, even though I visit only once every 2 years, we get off on the most bizarre conversational tangents. Most recently, our topic of conversation was hair. I really have no idea what exactly we were talking about (as I was trying to take educated guesses at those ridiculously tiny lines of letters) but “The Wet Brush” came up. Of course I was shocked that I was not in on this amazing secret as I am usually all over anything that will streamline the “getting dressed” process.  So, when I was browsing my local beauty supply store last week and came across it, I decided to give it a try.

I have forever been on the hunt for a brush that doesn’t tear, rip and pull out my hair when it’s wet. My search has been unsuccessful, until now. This brush is amazing. It glides through wet, tangled hair so easily, like magic. I have been using the brush for 3 weeks now and there is barely any hair in the bristles. Compare that with my other brushes that have so much hair in them after only one use, I feel I should be running for the nearest bottle of Rogaine.

 

Interior Designspiration – Chartreuse and Purple

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When it comes to my wardrobe, I lean towards minimalism and subdued colors. however, this spring I find myself drawn to this color scheme for interior designspiration. I am a firm believer that pops of color, even in a monochromatic design theme can have a huge impact. So be inspired by the beauty of nature this spring and give your space a pop of color.

What do you think? Would you go with this color combo? I’d love to hear from you.

All photos via my Pinterest