Curling your hair couldn’t be easier with the revolutionary Kiss Instawave!!! A fully automatic tangle-free curler that instantly and effortlessly creates beautiful and long-lasting curls with just the touch of a button!
Therefore it is super easy for anyone to use, from any angle and with any hand. All you need to do is grab a small portion of your hair, place it on the curling rod, and hit the Curl Dial.
It features 2 heat settings with a low/high switch and maximum temperature of 420 degrees.
I also love the fact that it automatically shuts off after 90 minutes, which makes it super safe, in case you forget and leave it on.
How To Use Kiss Instawave
I used it in high, but I didn’t want tight curls; I wanted my hair wavy showing some volume, so I only curled it for about 10 seconds, and I did achieve the look I wanted! All I did was press the Curl Dial to the right to roll my hair in, and left to roll it out!
I am very pleased with my new Kiss Instawave! I can effortlessly do my hair in only a few minutes and my curls last really long… Just exactly what I need!
KISS InstaWave is available in Target, Ulta & Amazon.com
Curling Your Hair With Kiss Instawave – My Youtube Video
Curling your hair couldn’t be easier with Kiss Instawave! An automatic curler that instantly and effortlessly creates beautiful and long-lasting curls!
For weeks I kept going to Express to look at a shirt that I wanted really bad. It was a Sheer Loose Button Down Shirt in Black & White. I kept waiting for it to go on sale but it never did. On the 25th I opened one of my Christmas gifts and what a surprise to find out I had gotten the same shirt as a Christmas present! (Law of Attraction 😉 ) So I immediately started brainstorming on what Stylo to create with that shirt. I spent the whole day on Wednesday looking for leggings in a Oxblood color. I finally found a pair of leopard patterned ones in this color at Zara’s. I paired them with black leather Audrey Brooke riding boots which are a little plain but perfect to balance out the whole outfit. I also added my pearled Peter Pan Collar Necklace and the rest of the accessories in silver. I was also looking for a Derby or Bowler Hat that I was not able to find, so I decided to wear my Black Pinstripe Fedora Hat that I wore for my Stylo of the Week2♥ This is a British high trend right now, therefore the name of the Stylo. I was in a mood to wear my Kat Von D oxblood lipstick so I decided to pair it with black eyeliner. Now I’m ready to go hang out in the City with my forever college friends 😉
Sheer Loose Button Down Shirt in Black/White from EXPRESS; Leopard Patterned Leggings in Oxblood from Zara ($20); Audrey Brooke Riding Boots in Black Leather from DSW ($83.97); Black Snake Print Leather Clutch from Guess by Marciano ($138); Pearled Collar Necklace from Mandee ($14); Pink Bow Earrings from New York & Co. ($10.95); Silver Cuff & Silver Rose/Pearl Ring from Mon Rêve Jewelry; Flower Ring from Forever 21 ($3.99); Silver Chronograph Watch from GUESS.
NAKED Palette from Urban Decay (Naked); Gel Eyeliner from Maybelline EyeStudio (Blackest Black); Master Precise Black Marker from Maybelline; XXL Pro Mascara Step1; Big Fatty Mascara from Urban Decay; Bronzer from Bobbi Brown (brownie); Kat Von D Painted Love Lipstick (Rosary); Studio Tech Foundation & Studio Fix Compact Powder from MAC Cosmetics. Nail Color in Miss Sassy from Mandee ($3).
Learn how to put together the latest trends ALL in one Outfit. Combine the Sheer Loose Button Down Shirt, Oxblood Leggings, Riding Boots, Peter Pan Collar Necklace, Derby Hat and the so Flirty Chained Bag creating this awesome Stylo! Plus a DIY Makeup Tutorial: Black Eyeliner/Oxblood Lips.
If you read my recent article Another Trend for this Fall: The Collar Necklace, you already knew I was coming out with a Stylo incorporating this Trend. I picked the monochromatic choice I gave you and I created this awesome look, one of my favorites by the way. As I say in my Video Tutorial, this look resembles a lot of my personality and Dee Stylo (me), since I looove everything in it. To create a similar look, all you need to do is use dark colors. Lace is optional, since you could wear any short or long sleeves turtleneck top and still recreate a similar look. I’m also wearing lace socks which is a very feminine touch and a unique eyecatching trend that you may want to consider for this Fall/Winter 2012. I chose my accessories in an antique gold color, but you could definitely wear them in silver too. The Hairstyle and the Makeup is inspired in the Crimson Velvets Sephora Fall Look. Just in case you didn’t know, dark hues are back! So get yourself a dark purple or burgundy lipstick this Fall.
I am wearing Black Skinny Jeans from New York & Co; Lace Turtleneck from Victoria’s Secret in Black; The Lucie Leather Sandal from bebe in Black; Lace Anklet Socks from Jessica Simpson in Désert ($8.00).
Gold Peter Pan Collar Necklace from Mandee ($14.00); Gold Earrings from Mon Rêve Jewelry; Gold Bracelet from Mon Rêve Jewelry; Gold Flower Ring from Forever 21 ($3.99); Nail color from The Color Workshop in Burgundy.
I got inspired by the outstanding Crimson Velvets Sephora Fall Look 2012. I decided to create a wild Hairstyle with a lot of volume and soft curls complementing. I invested in a dark burgundy lipstick as dark hues make their imposing comeback this Fall/Winter 2012.
CoverGirl Eyeshadow Palette (Goldmine 272) Tan color; Urban Decay Eyeshadow (Woodstock); MAC Cosmetics Eyeshadow (Trax Velvet); Line Stiletto Black Liquid Eyeliner from Maybelline; XXL Pro Mascara Step1 from Maybelline; Big Fatty Mascara from Urban Decay; Kat Von D Painted Love Lipstick (Rosary); Studio Tech Foundation & Studio Fix Compact Powder from MAC Cosmetics.
Adopt this monochromatic look perfect for this Fall/Winter 2012! Incorporate the Socks & the Collar Necklace Trend. Also, watch the Video Tutorial and learn how to achieve the Crimson Velvets Sephora Fall Look!
In last week’s article Trend Alert for this Fall 2012: Baroque Style I had mentioned that I was working on putting together a Stylo resembling this Trend. This week I bring you my *Baroque Dramática* inspired by this exuberant and melodramatic antique style. I must confess I’m inclined to always go for what is not common and simple. I like to add drama to my makeups and outfits, so somehow I identify myself with the Baroque style. I love the fabric, the patterns and the colors used to create this style. About two weeks ago, I went to Mandee and I got me this Outfit. I bought the leggings and the top for a very affordable price. Then I went home and I started looking for the accessories to complement this look. I was not a fan of loose tops until now. I am learning how to accommodate this type of tops into an outfit without looking chunky 🙂
As I say in my Video Tutorial, the key to attain a balance when creating this type of styles, it’s to always let ONE garment make the statement, meaning either the dress, the bottom, the top or the shoes, not all at the same time. So make sure to combine the baroque pattern with solid colors and moderate accessories.
Blue/Gold Loose Top ($16.99) & Red-Gold-Royal Baroque Leggings ($16.99) from Mandee; Champagne Glitter Shoes from Mandee;
Black Jacket from New York & Co.
Black Vest from Mandee; Black Boots BG-Fantasma from BCBG.
Off White Blazer from Love Culture ($21.90).
Sephora Eyeshadow (Moon Beam Nº05); Pigment Colour Powder (Fuschia A71) from MAC Cosmetics; Line Stiletto Black Liquid Eyeliner from Maybelline; XXL Step1, The Colossal & The Falsies Mascaras from Maybelline; MAC Cosmetics Eye Pencil (Black); Bronzer from Bobbi Brown (brownie); Almar Lipstick Duo from Mandee (Lilac Crush); Studio Tech Foundation & Studio Fix Compact Powder from MAC Cosmetics.
Hairstyle & Makeup by Lakshmi in Trance
Get into the Baroque Style, the Trend for this Fall / Winter 2012. Watch this Tutorial and learn how to put this look together without overdoing it.
This week I decided to bring you a more edgy and unrestricted look inspired on the bright colors Trend of this season. According to this tendency, you’re allowed to mix these colors all in one outfit. I feel this trend is an expression of our free souls trying to break the rules and proclaim brightness, joy and renovation all around. You could definitely incorporate more colors to this look, I personally decided to add neutral colors as well, to create more of an in between style, where the rebels and the not so daring ones could both adopt it. You could create this look for an afternoon outing where you want to feel comfortable, looking fresh & stylish. Enjoy!
Beige Leggings, Fuchsia Long Tan Top, Green Lace Top from Mandee; White GUESS Belt; Cognac BGBG Heels (2010 Collection); Earrings and Rings from Mandee; Mon Rêve Multicolor Bracelet; GUESS Watch; Handmade Brown Suede Bracelet; Bracelet in Silver Chain with braided Brown Suede and Flower Pendant from Joyce Leslie.
MILANI Eyeshadow Palette (10 Haute Couture- Purple, Pink & Green); The NAKED Eyeshadow Palette from Urban Decay (Smug & Sin); MAC Cosmetics Eyeshadow (Brule); Moonbeam Eyeshadow from Sephora; Kat Von D autograph pencil (Eyegasm); NARS Blush (Orgasm); Lipstick from Victoria’s Secret (Perfect Kiss); Studio Tech Foundation & Studio Fix Compact Powder from MAC Cosmetics; Hair by Estylo Beauty/Hair Salon; Makeup by Lakshmi in Trance.
Express yourself without restrictions and mix your favorite bright colors all in one Outfit. Learn also how to create a colorful makeup to wear along with the whole look.
Watch my Tutorial right here: