Here was Sutton's beauty look for the night:
First I had to blow out my hair, and I used my Round ceramic Brush Lab Blow dry brush! It is a thermal brush and works so well. I must admit, as into beauty products as I have always been terrible at blowing out my hair. I just look like I got electrocuted after I blow it out, before I straighten it. EVERYTHING changed when I got this brush. Suddenly I am blow dry my hair and look like I left a salon. As much as I miss going to my weekly hair appointments (ahh, prep school, when I had my own credit card connected to Daddy’s account), this is the next best thing. At only $15.98 it is definitely cheaper than going to a salon.
Now that my hair looked professionally dried it was time for the next (super fun) step. With so many people at Fashion Night's Out I needed to make a statement. I braided the front of my hair (oops I forgot I already told you that I am not good with my hair, finnneee my friend braided it) and then I got to work with the pink!
I just applied the Streekers to random parts of the braid and was ready to go!
...And as for me, I was obviously excited to wear a fall look but it was still decidedly disgustingly muggy out. Never fear, I found the perfect look.
I just got this sweet-meets-punk-ish dress from Thirteen Vintage. It's literally the most comfortable dress ever, to boot. My hair is covering it, but there's a cute black velvet Peter Pan collar. I accessorized with a spike headband also from Thirteen Vintage, my Alexander Wang leopard-print bag, Eddie Borgo necklace and bracelet and don't-they-sort-of-look-like-Chloé boots from Urban Outfitters.
Oh, wait, can't let you go without showing you the best part of this dress:
Handbags and Hugs,
Perfectly Glossed Kisses,