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Editor's Picks: Gift-Worthy Perfumes

A fragrance is such a great gift for a special someone. It's substantial but not too expensive, depending on which kind. And the good ones come in such pretty bottles.For an incredibly unique perfume, Immortal Perfumes pictured above, offers a combination of beautiful scents and rich, romantic history.

My personal go-to fragrances tend to be the Victoria's Secret perfumes. Scents like Sexy Little Things Noir by Victoria's Secret come in such beautiful packaging, though I'm partial to the scent of VS Pink and VS Sheer Love.


A fragrance can serve as a sentimental gift. With scents like Lollia In Love, Lolliamakes for a very sweet gift. I love the floral prints and unique packaging for their other items like bath soap and lotion. If it isn't being given as a romantic gift, for example, a lotion and bath soap set is much more suitable. For a nice sampling of the different scents, try this Lollia Little Luxe Gift Set.


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My Top Pick for Frizz-Free Waves


My hair hasn't been touched by heated styling tools in decades. I used to spend hours each day trying to straighten my crazy hair until finally I embraced my stubborn, frizzy waves, and I've never looked back. I decided I was tired of spending hours fighting my hair's texture, when with the right styling products, I can have gorgeous waves in ten minutes, even during the humid summer months.


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Though, when I say the right products, I mean like five at least. We're talking leave-in conditioner, oil, mousse, hairspray, and sometimes pomade. But it's totally worth it to me if it helps me achieve smooth waves with zero styling tools.

Now this advice is for ladies with thick, frizzy, naturally wavy hair like mine. Someone with more straight hair would need tools to achieve curls; and someone with thin, fine hair wouldn't want to condition as heavily as I do.

That brings me to my biggest essential for taming the summer frizz, and that product is simple - a quality oil-based conditioner. A long time ago, during a trip to Kansas City, I got my hair cut and styled at a nice salon at The Plaza Shopping Center. And this stylist told me something that I have remembered all this time. He said, "The more conditioner you use, the more it will weigh down your curls." While he meant it as advice on what NOT to do, I secretly thought yay, I'm going to condition the hell out of my hair so I can finally control this frizzy mess on top of my head.

I always, always use a leave-in conditioner before I style, and once a week I like to use a deep conditioning treatment, like coconut oil. For everyday care, I use a conditioning shampoo and conditioner. I have noticed over the years that products with an oil like coconut or argan oil are very effective and really help smooth frizz. I've been using the Irresistible Me Liquid Gold Pure Argan Oil shampoo and conditioner this summer, and I love how it smooths and adds shine too. There are a lot of products out there now with oils, but pay close attention to the labels. If the ingredient is far down on the list, then there isn't much in the product. The Irresistible Me label shows argan oil more than halfway up on the ingredient list, so you know it's worth the cost. And while I wouldn't recommend oil or heavy leave-in conditioners for all hair types, this daily shampoo and conditioner by Irresistible Me is perfect for all hair types.

What are some ways you deal with the summer humidity when it comes to your hair?


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  1. Well, sufficed to say that's no longer an issue for me!

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