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Shiseido Ibuki Eye Correcting Cream & Quick Fix Mist Review

Good morning everyone! Today I’m sharing a product review on the new Shiseido Ibuki Eye Correcting Cream and Quick Fix Mist, which I think you’re going to love, especially if you’re always on the go like me! Unfortunately, for avid travelers like myself, late nights and bad diets combined with stress and harsh environments can disrupt your natural cell cycle, ultimately weakening your skin. Thankfully, the Ibuki skincare line is specifically designed to address the unique skincare concerns of young women like myself. My personal biggest concern is always the dark circles and puffiness beneath my eyes so using an eye correcting cream is vital to my daily skincare routine. What is so amazing about Ibuki’s Eye Correcting cream is that it contains a powerful combination of botanical ingredients to help prevent cell shrinkage, eliminates excess cells, and promotes healthy, new epidermal cells. Not only does this product offer moisture and promote skin cell production, but it also enhances your skin’s overall resistance to harsh elements. I love knowing that the products I’m putting on my face aren’t just to help address current concerns, but they’re also working to improve the future appearance of my skin.





As for the Quick Fix Mist, I love bringing the dewy refreshing gel mist along with me on a daily basis, but especially while traveling because it instantly improves shine and hydrates your skin. It’s the perfect little on-the-go skincare product because it can be used to refresh your skin when you don’t have time to run home and touch up before heading somewhere new. Trust me, your skin will love you because it craves hydration!







Photos by: Lainey Reed Photography

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Outfit: High Waisted Distressed Jeans (last seen here) | Twist Front Top  (wearing sz S) | Peep Toe Booties (similar here) | Milan Tote c/o Mark & Graham

Beauty & Accessories: Cosmetic Case & Lenox Tassel Key Chain c/o Mark & Graham | Eye Correcting Cream Quick Fix Mist c/o Shisedio Ibuki | Passport Case & Zip Card Case c/o Gigi New York | Jenni Saddle Bag (designed by Haute Off The Rack in collaboration with Gigi New York) | Sunglasses c/o Love Always | Cluse Watch

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Fall Wardrobe & Hair Detox With Neutrogena

Hi everyone, today I’m sharing one of my hair detox secrets with you!  If you read yesterday’s blog post then you know I’m currently on a girl’s trip at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas so I’ll be needing a major detox when I return home. I’m talking all kinds of detoxing from my skin and hair to my body and even my wardrobe.  However, for today’s post I’m focusing on my wardrobe and hair detox with Neutrogena. I’ll start by sharing my my most recent “Anti-Residue Moment,” and that my friends, is dry shampoo buildup from traveling. I don’t know about you, but I just about double up on my makeup and dry shampoo usage while traveling. I think it might have to do with feeling like I need to freshen up every time I stop into my hotel room. Also, when you’re traveling with a group you don’t always have time to wash your hair and start from scratch. With that being said, my hair and face always needs an aggressive detox when I rerun home. So I love a good clarifying shampoo, but you have to be super careful with which clarifying product you choose because it can affect color-treated hair. I recently tried out Neutrogena’s Anti-Residue shampoo, which you can use as weekly treatment for your hair and on top of that it is safe for color-treated hair. It leaves my hair feeling clean and refreshed and best of all, you can even see the difference in your hair by the natural body and the way it shines. Oh and don’t worry, it smells good too!

As for my wardrobe detox, with November right around the corner, it’s finally time for me to swap out all my summer clothing for fall sweaters, jackets, jeans and booties. I’m not gonna lie, I don’t love spending an entire day going through all of last year’s fall clothing and packing up my entire summer wardrobe, but I do enjoy shopping after purging. I’ve already gone through a couple of boxes and put aside items to donate so I purchased this sleeveless sweater and moto jacket featured in today’s post.

Scroll through this post to see how I styled my new fall wardrobe additions and to see the results of my hair after using Neutrogena’s Anti-Residue shampoo.









Photos by: Lainey Reed Photography

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Outfit: Ripped Jeans | BlankNYC Moto Jacket (also available here) | Sleeveless Sweater | Steve Madden Ava Sandals | Givenchy Mini Antigona | Faux Fur Bag Charm c/o Mark & Graham | Ray-Ban Folding Sunglasses 

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Jewelry: Samantha Necklace c/o Kendra Scott |

This post was sponsored by Neutrogena as part of an Influencer Activation for SheSpeaks. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions (FTC) guidelines concerning the use of endorsements and testimonials in advertising. I received complimentary products to facilitate my review.

Fall Travel Outfit

Hi everyone, I just landed in Las Vegas for a fun girl’s trip at the Venetian Hotel, but before I head off today enjoy the day, I wanted to share this fall travel outfit with you. I’ve noticed that you all seem to really enjoy my travel outfits on Instagram so I thought I would start posting more of those looks here on my blog. On top of that, all of the travel outfits I post are also great everyday wear.

I’m not going to lie… I did not look this put together for my 6 am flight today, but when I have more time to get dressed before flights I like to look more presentable. When it comes to putting a fall travel outfit together, I always make sure it includes 3 main components: comfortable jeans with pockets, closed toe shoes (with an extra pair of socks in my bag) and some type of outerwear.  I tried traveling in leggings for a while, but then I realized that I like having a pockets for random items so I went back to jeans. However, you can always go for a vest or jacket with pockets if you’d rather leggings! I highly suggest adding a vest to pull your whole look together and keeping a sweater in your bag so you don’t get to hot running around the airport etc! 










Photos by: Lainey Reed Photography

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Outfit: Hudson Krista Ankle Skinny Jeans (wearing sz 26)–also available here | Alisa Booties c/o Marc Fisher (also available here) | White Tunic (similar here) | Military Vest c/o Sanctuary <–SALE Alert! 30% OFF! (also available here & here) | Eartha Satchel c/o Zac Zac Posen | Ray-Ban Sunglasses 

A note on my travel bags: If there is one bag that I always bring with me when I travel, it is none other than my MZ Wallace Metro Backpack! I’ve already converted so many people into backpack lovers with this bag because it’s life changing! Not only is it stylish, but it’s also super lightweight and very cushiony on the shoulders plus it keeps you hands free!

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Metro Backpack c/o MZ Wallace | 18″ Spinner Carry-on BagEartha Satchel c/o Zac Zac Posen

Distressed Jeans + Nude Heels

Hi everyone, I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. Today I’m showing you how I styled my distressed jeans and nude heels for an edgy chic fall look. Speaking of distressed jeans, raise your hand if your parents still make dumb comments/jokes about there being “holes” in your jeans! I’m going to confidently guess that most of you raised your hands! Seriously mom…how many times must we go over this!

Anyway, despite what our parents think, distressed jeans have continued to stay at the top of the denim trend list for the past few years and I don’t think they’re going away anytime soon. So if you haven’t embraced them yet I highly encourage you to give ripped jeans a try! I love my Joe’s Jeans Icon Ankle in Saxton, which are available at Zappos.

For this outfit, I styled my distressed jeans with a sleeveless sweater, my nude Steve Madden Skales heels and then I topped of the look with a military inspired jacket. I love how the studs on the jacket complement the edginess of the rips in the jeans.








Photos by: Lainey Reed Photography

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Outfit: Joe’s Jeans Icon Ankle in Saxton & Steve Madden Skales Heels c/o Zappos | Similar Sleeveless Sweater | Military Jacket c/o Sanctuary (I also love this similar vest) | Bag Charm & Small Eartha Double Handle Satchel c/o Zac Zac Posen | Pendant Necklace c/o Julie Vos

This post is in partnership with Zappos, a brand I love. All opinions and selections here are my own. Thank you for supporting the affiliate posts who make this blog possible.