Showing posts from August, 2013

Pantene Beautiful Lengths is coming to South Florida

Sazoneros! There are lots of reasons to give to others so that's why I wanted to share this amazing opportunity to do something meaningful next month. National Donate Your Hair Day (NDYHD) is a unifying day of giving that encourages people to cut and donate their ponytails to Pantene Beautiful Lengths , a campaign to make real-hair wigs for women who have lost their hair due to cancer treatments. In celebration of the second annual NDYHD, Pantene will bring pop-up salons to two Miami-area Walmart stores on Saturday, September 7th, at which local residents may donate their ponytails. In exchange for hair donation, shoppers will receive a free haircut from a professional stylist. All local residents willing to “PonyUp” at least 8 inches of hair are invited to attend. (Note: Hair may be colored with vegetable dyes, rinses and semi-permanent dyes, but cannot be bleached, permanently colored or chemically treated. Additionally, gray hair is difficult to use in the wig-making process

A day at the Mondrian South Beach shooting my Marshalls Project FAB finds!

Sazoneros! The summer may be coming to a close but that doesn't mean the sunny weather is leaving us in Miami right? Of course not! That's why I decided to head over to the Mondrian South Beach Hotel to shoot the fab looks I found at Marshalls . The Mondrian is one of my favorite hotels on South Beach because it's modern, chic and it has an incredibly sexy view of the Miami skyline when you walk out to their pool area. As for my looks, I was recently chosen to participate in the Marshalls Project FAB campaign after learning about this opportunity on Twitter. As a winner, I received $100 Marshalls gift card to go on a shopping spree. My mission was to find the most fabulous pieces for $100 and share my #fabfound looks with you! I've been showing you previews on Instagram and Facebook but it's finally time to reveal the gorgeous dresses I purchased while shopping at Marshalls . The first look is the blue Laundry by Shelli Segal dress pictured on the left. The ori