ROC Giveaway! Jackson & Hines Blueberry Bliss Facial!

Tuesday, July 31, 2012



BlueberryFacial



Jackson & Hines is a fabulous Rochester-area business located at 4 North Main Street in the village of Pittsford.


I highly recommend all locals who love green beauty check this boutique out, as they offer brands such as Dr. Hauschka, Smashbox, Carol's Daughter, Christopher Drummond & many more.


I love that they offer FREE SHIPPING on all purchases, too, so you do not have to be in the Rochester area to shop there.


The beautiful ladies at Jackson & Hines are sponsoring two great giveaways, one of which will be announced tomorrow and is for women all over the US to enter.




Today's giveaway announcement is for LOCAL READERS ONLY, as you'll need to visit Jackson & Hines to have your prize/pampering done.


The Giveaway:


Jackson & Hines is offering one local C & G reader their Blueberry Bliss Facial worth $95.  This facial is a one hour facial and is pure blueberry bliss for anti-aging naturally, as well as intensive antioxidant treatment!


I adore blueberries in skin care for many reasons and I cannot wait to have one of you lovely local readers win this facial!!!  Blueberries are naturally anti-inflammatory.  They also have been shown to protect collagen, boost radiance, and repair the skin.


How to Enter:


Complete steps below in the Rafflecopter form. Enter today through August 18th. Winners will be notified by August 20. Winner has 48 hours to respond before new winner is drawn.








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5 Bits of Randomness

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Well....here I am! I'm sipping an iced coffee waiting for my hair color to finish processing so I can get it all washed out before the wild ones return from camp in about 30 minutes.

My deadline was met with time to spare, so I am just taking a break to catch up with all of you.  If I haven't said it before, I do apologize for slacking on my posts.  When school is in session, I have lots more spare time on my hands.  Summer time is just busy. I love having the boys home and having family visit. I love anticipating our August trip to Washington, DC and sitting out chatting with neighbors. Summer is fast-paced and super busy with lots of activities, but I really enjoy this extra family time even though it takes away from blogging (which is OK).

Let's have some randomness from the peanut gallery.

1.  I have a new favorite summer drink! It's Abita Strawberry Lager and it is fantabulous! Locally, I buy this one at Wegmans and Aman's Farm Market, both in Irondequoit.



2.  My love for Silk Naturals never fades, as today's mail brought with it a new lipstick and bronzer I ordered only 3 days ago.  My order was a tiny one--but both items are lovely.  The new lippie is called Cabaret, which is described on their site as a deep nude plum. And that it is. It's just a tad more plummy than my natural lip color and I love it.  I also bought a new bronzer in Tahiti Sweetie. Love it!  This one is marketed as a clone of Hoola by Benefit.  I looked at my old makeup stash (you know, the one with chemicals) and sure enough, it is nearly identical.  I actually prefer the Silk Naturals in terms of texture.  Of course, the ingredients are much better, too!





3.  I am on week 3 of "the return to the pixie". I've been having fun fiddling around with hair accessories ranging from wraps to retro headbands and handmade bobbies. It also has come in handy since one of my writing projects was all about fall hair accessories. It is easy peasy to style. All it takes is a teensy bit of air drying, a spritz of Original Moxie Sweet Poof at the roots and then my favorite short hair styler-- Piece Nik, also by Original Moxie.





4.  Chocolate Covered Katie, where have you been all my life??? I found her blog through Pinterest and her {healthy} dessert recipes are to die for. She is obsessed with carrot cake-- a girl after my own heart.  She makes YUMMY, lowfat and low calorie dishes so you can eat dessert guilt free.  I have made several of her recipes now, including the Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Dip, which is made with chickpeas. Seriously. AND IT FOOLED MY HUSBAND AND PICKY BOYS! And it is so, so good!

5. Like the lippie in the photo above? I do! It's from one of my favorite brands,  Jane Iredale.  The product is Lip Fixation and I am wearing a lovely shade called Desire. I love this formula because it is a lip stain with optional coordinating gloss. It doesn't rub off with my morning coffee and is truly long lasting without feeling dry. In the picture, I am not wearing the gloss, but I have worn it both ways and am really happy with the product!




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A Day in the Life of Someone Who Keeps a Diary!

8:30 am
I am rudely awakened by 2 furry feline alarm clocks that urgently want to be fed. So I shake the dreams from my hair and empty the contents of a can of tuna. Then I go back to bed…


8:45 am
…except, now I am awake, I can’t get back to sleep. So I officially get up!

9:00 am
I run a napalm-hot bath. Nothing sets you up for the day better than this. Then I gather the most essential cleansing and grooming tools. Lavender foam bath – check. Cleansing lotion – check. Hair-removal cream – check. After the bath I apply the hair-removal cream. This is the best method of hair removal for me. It is cheap and easy to apply. It leaves your skin feeling smooth and the regrowth of the hair takes longer than it does if you shave. The only downside is that after you have applied the cream you have to wait around for 5-10 minutes till the cream takes effect.

11:00 am
Elevenses. Time for a quick cheese sarnie and a frothy coffee! 

11:30 am
I get to work on my face! It is already cleansed so I inspect my eyebrows for signs of any stragglers or eyebrow stubble from the last time I tweezed! I once heard that “eyebrows are like sisters, not twins!” So that would explain why they aren’t totally identical. But mine are more like distant cousins of two entirely different species, they are that asymmetrical! Anyway, I survey the eyebrow terrain for today and I surmise that one looks deflated and one looks surprised! The only way to rectify this lack of symmetry is to make the ‘deflated’ brow look ‘surprised’ also. So I retrieve the tweezers and commence plucking. A steady hand and a focused eye are needed for this procedure. If you are too rough you could end up with unsightly red marks on your skin. You could also pluck the wrong hair out if you’re not entirely focused which makes more work trying to align the rest of the brow-hairs.

Now it’s time to apply moisturizer to my face. I’ve been using moisturizer twice per day since I was 12. I am sure that this is why I still often get asked for ID whenever I purchase alcohol. I am 33!

After I have applied most of my make-up (base, blusher and lipstick) I line my eyes with liquid liner. So much better than an eye-pencil in my opinion due to the fact that I’m not dragging my skin along my eye with the pencil so I can make a heavy mark.

12:30 pm
Work. Meetings about meetings about strategies. Ooh, a squirrel! Then it’s time to go home.

6:30 pm onwards
The rest of my day is spent with the task of even more hair-removal! But not for the purpose of grooming myself or anyone else…it is with the purpose of grooming the carpet! It is summer and my cats are malting. They are shedding an insane amount of fur so I am left with the arduous task of vacuuming the carpet and the curtains. I would leave this till tomorrow but I have a friend coming round who is allergic to cats. If she comes into contact with fur then rubs her eyes, they swell up. So she would immediately know if I haven’t been doing my housework!

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Taking a Break!

Monday, July 23, 2012



Hello lovelies,

I will be back soon. I am taking a bit of a break because I have a deadline fast approaching for my USA TODAY beauty pieces for fall.

Since I'm not the best multi-tasker, I need to take a very small hiatus from regular posting. I am a bit behind on answering C & G-related emails, and I do apologize!

I'll be back soon with GREAT giveaway news, beauty trends, and so much more!

What's In It Wednesday: Bah Humbug to Crayola

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Crayola-- we all know the yellow box full of crayons.  My favorite was always the 64 pack with built in sharpener. My boys have Crayola products on their art desk down in the playroom and all of the markers, colored pencils, etc. are Crayola. It's a brand synonymous with childhood.




Did you know that Crayola is now in the nail polish market for kids? The collection of 8 chemical-laden colors looks like a box of crayons. How catchy.

Since they are marketing to kids, they're surely formulating healthy products, right?

Nope.

Here is what is in Crayola Mini Nail Polish:




Ethyl Acetate, Butyl Acetate, Acrylates Copolymer, Nitrocellulose, Alcohol, Isopropyl Alcohol, Stearalkonium Hectorite, Camphor, Benzophenone-1. May Contain [+/-]: Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Mica, Ferric Ferrocyanide (CI 77510), Red 6 Lake (CI 15850), R


My key concerns are Benzophenone -1, which has been shown to be a hormone disruptor, having effects on both angrogrens and estrogen. (related reading)


Benzophenones have also been linked to Endometriosis.  A study conducted by the CDC found that women who had Benzophenone-1 in their urine had a 65% higher chance of getting this painful disorder. Benzophenones are easily absorbed into the body and this link to mimicking hormones is just another reason to keep this polish off your children!


I also am extremely disappointed in Crayola for using Camphor in this product. This ingredient is become less and less popular in nail polish formulating because of the health risks. It is a highly irritating ingredients and can cause symptoms ranging from itchy and irritated eyes to vomiting and breathing issues.


The C & G Bottom Line:


For $12, you can buy a cute little package from Crayola which resembles your child's favorite crayons. Avoid this.  Crayola should be pretty disappointed in themselves for making something that could harm the very families who've been using their products for generations.


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C & G's Top Mascara Picks

Monday, July 16, 2012

BestMascaras



It's been a while since we talked about my favorite mascaras. Missing from the collection above is Tarte Lash Hugger, a favorite of mine for years. Sadly, it has been discontinued. It is on the Tarte website for just $10 on sale until supplies last, though, so grab some if you'd like!

Buying Guide:

Dr. Hauschka Volume Mascara, $16.17. This is available locally at Jackson & Hines in Pittsford. Not a New Yorker? No worries--they ship for free!

Jane Iredale Longest Lash comes in a squeezable and luxurious tube. I find that it is great at lengthening, but not so much at thickening. Still a non-irritating, lovely splurge.

Korres ProVitamin B5 Duo is also a stellar pick. Find this one as an online exclusive at Sephora for just $12.

Josie Maran GOGO Instant Natural Volume Mascara is another fabulous pick. I have very long, but thin lashes and this revvs up the volume!

100% Pure Fruit Pigmented Mascara is the most natural of the bunch. I really like this one for my top lashes. In the heat, rain, or humidity, it does smudge.

Organic Wear by Physicians Formula has consistenly proven to be a stellar brand of organic beauty products without a hefty price tag. Of their mascaras, the Lash Boosting is my favorite.

DIY Beauty with ACV

Saturday, July 14, 2012



Vinegar is one of my favorite products. I've talked about how distilled white vinegar is one of my favorite household products with which to clean. I mix lemons, baking soda and the vinegar and that is my go to cleaner for so many surfaces in my house.  A few years back, I shared my thoughts on ACV in the hair. I thought I'd revisit this rinse recipe.


I have also made a skin toner for oily skin with apple cider vinegar, distilled water, lavender hydrosol and strawberry leaves. In very small, diluted amounts, ACV can work well on oily skin.

I emphasize DILUTED. Apple Cider Vinegar is very acidic. It will hurt paper cuts like a lemon will. I wouldn't, for example, ever use it on freshly shaved or broken skin either.



One of my favorite uses for vinegar is as a hair rinse. I've shared a similar post here on the blog a couple years back, but I just did this again today so I thought I'd share.


#1, you can use plain old apple cider vinegar like you may already have in your pantry. You do not have to buy the raw, unfiltered, organic kind. Both will work well, but the latter is better for a couple of different reasons.

The raw, unfiltered kind doesn't look the same your usual Apple Cider Vinegar. It looks cloudy and has little pieces of what is known as the "mother" in it. The "mother" is all of the goodness of the vinegar before it is filtered out and contains an abundance of calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium and phosphorous. Your hair needs these, particularly iron and potassium to be in tip top condition. This is why I choose the raw, unfiltered kind...even if it looks a bit cloudy.

Why would you use Apple Cider Vinegar in your hair?



I have used ACV as a rinse for a long time. I use products in my hair daily. I've returned to a pixie after 3+ years growing it, so I don't need as much, but I still like products. For my pixie, I cannot live without my Original Moxie Piece-nik!  You can get a build up in your hair from environmental factors...from too many oils and waxes...so many different things. Sometimes you really need to rinse out any residue.

Apple Cider Vinegar has a low pH. This is really something you need to "balance" your hair and scalp after using natural shampoos or shampoo bars. Because these bars and liquid shampoos from nature are generally much more alkaline than your chemical-rich bottles of shampoo from the drugstore, you might find it helpful to restore the pH with an ACV rinse.

Almost everyone can benefit from an ACV rinse. It will remove styling product residue, restore lustre and shine, take away any dulling film, and leave your hair with lots of bounce.

For your basic rinse, I like to make it with 1 part ACV to 8 parts water. I have seen some recipe call for 50/50 blends and that, in my opinion, is way too much vinegar.

Mix that together in a large drinking cup, bottle or bowl and it's ready! I wash my hair with my favorite Original Moxie shampoo. I then follow with an ACV rinse and leave it on my hair while I finish my shower--anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes in my hair. Then I rinse with cool water.

I like to start slow with the ACV. If you don't have lots of buildup or if your hair is very dry, use it once a week.

I happen to use it 2-3 days a week. When I am swimming, using lots of styling aids, or it's humid and my hair just feels not at its best, I find I feel best using it more often. The same is true when I started transitioning from chemical-filled, high end hair products over a year ago--that's when I used the rinse the most. ACV alone cannot get rid of buildup, though. If you are just transitioning to natural hair care, I recommend going out and buying the cheapest bottle of clarifying shampoo you can find. Think Suave. Use it. Lather up with those sulfates and try to rub away the 'cones. This will be the only time you hear me saying to run out and lather up with a sulfate-rich shampoo :)






After you've gotten rid of that buildup, start using a great shampoo free of SLS and other hard to pronounce chemicals. I alternate between Get Fresh Shampoo from Original Moxie and Acure Organics Lemongrass & Argan Stem Cell Shampoo. After shampooing, follow with ACV every few days, a bit of conditioner, and in a couple weeks, you will love the results.

Weeks, you say?

Although I am sure there are some people who notice great changes in their hair immediately, most of us mere mortals are not so lucky. You will most likely say your hair feels a little coated or greasy or dirty...the shampoo is thin, there's not a nice lather, etc... It is OK. Stick with it. Use the ACV right off the bat. I promise...if you stick with it and get all the crapola out of your hair, you will be happy and your hair will look great!


I always find it amazing when you get such good results from using such an easily accessible, affordable household item. Like my yogurt cleanser or strawberry mask, an easy apple cider vinegar rince can really make your hair shine and look fresh and healthy.



One thing I am asked is if I use a separate conditioner--the answer is yes, but only a minimal amount now.
My two current favorite conditioners are Acure Organics Leave-In Conditioner and Original Moxie Featherweight.

I sometimes like to use Monoi de Tahiti oil on the ends at night as my treatment for any dryness. If you have plain coconut oil, take some out and apply a very small amount on your ends and it'll be great!

Something else I am always asked is about the smell. Yes, apple cider vinegar smells. When it is diluted, it'll smell when you're using it on your hair. It'll still smell when it is wet. I find that the scent is gone by the time my hair is dry. By then, however, it has a yummy smelling hair mist in it anyway.

So if you're looking for something to do at home to pamper yourself on a budget, try the ACV rinse. Let me know how it works for you!

REWIND: Landis Farm

Wednesday, July 11, 2012








CHIC & GREEN REWIND is a look back at favorite posts or places while Karley enjoys a break for visiting family. Enjoy!

I have had the chance in my life to visit Europe and travel from coast to coast exploring beautiful cities and states across the US. Our trip last week to the Pennsylvania Dutch Country, though, was quite possibly the best vacation I have ever had.

I've been to Lancaster a few times before. We also took the boys briefly on our way back from Washington a couple summers back. I've always loved the Lancaster area and knew the boys would too. I am NOT a back to nature, camping kind of girl.  I knew I wanted to do something different than our usual suite type of hotel, but I didn't want to miss things like air conditioning and a comfortable bathroom.

A few months back, I was reading about farm stays and was intrigued.  I was doing some research online and found Landis Farm in Manheim, PA. The website made the place sound really fun, especially for the kids. They could pet goats and rabbits, collect eggs each morning, go fishing, etc.

I admit, though, that I wasn't 100% sure I was making the right decision.  Being more than a couple miles from Wegmans, Target, and everything else left me a little antsy.  All of my worries left me the moment we turned down little Gochlan Road to reach Landis Farm.




First of all, I was struck by the beauty and charm of the main house and guest house. We stayed in the guest house, which was built in 1760 and retained all of its original charm yet had a modern kitchen, bathroom, satellite television (which we didn't use), and air conditioning. The house was immaculate and was just full of character.

We really enjoyed meeting Earl and Evelyn Landis, farm owners.  When we arrived, Evelyn was headed to the farmers market to stock our fridge with fresh fruits. There were several cereals, tea, coffee, milk, juice, and lots of things stocked for us to have at breakfast time.  There was also a bowl of brown eggs from the farm chickens in the fridge.  Earl told us all about the history of the farm and main house (also built in the 1760s). He even took the boys for a little "train" ride behind his tractor (OK, I went on the ride, too!):



I'll be telling you about the great things we saw and neat places we visited this week as well.  Today I just wanted to talk about the farm. I learned so much--about the importance of enjoying the crickets chirping and watching the boys chase fireflies.  The lawn was lit up with fireflies every night--something we don't see here regularly. I enjoyed unplugging for a while--not being attached to Twitter or Facebook or the blog....or to texts or to anything work-related. The simple joy of sitting with my boys in the massive tire swing was something I will forever treasure.  I've already taken great steps over the past couple years to spend less time "connected" and "plugged in" -- closing my skin care business was the best example, as it was truly the best decision for my family and continues to be.




Sitting outside at night on the porch rockers with Tom, some local cheese from a dairy, and wine was another. I think remembering to enjoy that quiet time with my husband is just as important. I got to know the Landis's two pygmy goats, Lucy and Ethel, visited with some friendly cows, pet the bunnies, and watched the boys gather fresh eggs each morning.  They loved to take their eggs to Evelyn at the main house:



This trip was relaxing, yet busy at the same time.  Our days were filled exploring, visiting attractions, riding an old steam train, horse & buggy, shopping, and more.  I'll be back tomorrow to talk to you about my favorite town visited on the trip, Lititz, PA.

Pretty Pistachio!

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Five!

Monday, July 9, 2012

Chic & Green is FIVE.



In the summer of 2007,  I decided I missed writing and wanted an outlet for my thoughts, beauty talk, and shopping finds.  What happened, though, was that this little blog changed my life for the better.

When this blog started, I had a two year old and four year old at home with me. I was balancing a skin care business and two babies and had a great deal to still learn about myself.  Of course, I didn't know that at the time. I thought that my skin care business was what I wanted professionally.  Having this blog and my wonderful readership has taught me over the years that what I was meant to do it write about topics I love.

Over the years, I have been so proud to have this blog recognized as a top green beauty blog by many organizations.  This enabled me to launch my freelance beauty writing business. I have loved writing about cosmetics and skin care professionally. Once upon a time, I had a dream (back as a teenager) to be a journalist in Washington, DC. Life took me in another direction and I loved working as a makeup artist and skin care specialist after college. I stopped writing. I never moved to Washington, DC like I once wanted to do.


I believe dreams come true if you love what you do and work hard.

On Friday, I signed a contract to have two beauty pieces published by USA Today in special women's health and lifestyle magazine this fall. My dad worked at USA Today and I remember visiting him at his apartment near the Watergate building. While this isn't the working in Washington dream I had many years ago, it IS doing what I love writing for a major publication based in that city.

I really believe that I owe this chapter in my life to this blog.  It helped me rediscover that love of writing that was lost. It has helped me meet amazing people, form new friendships, and has also helped me to have a career working from home doing things I truly love each and every single day on my own terms.

I owe my wonderful, caring, loyal readers so much thanks. This 5 years has been wonderful and I look forward to many more!

I've had lots of favorite posts over the years.

Some of my favorite moments have involved getting down to the nitty gritty core of things, such as when I decided to close my skin care business in 2009.  I did lots of soul-searching and part of that had to do with a blogging book club I was part of. Some favorite posts from that time:



e.l.f. -- A Second Chance

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Daretocompare



I haven't tried e.l.f. (Eyes Lips Face) products in a few years.  At the time, this super duper affordable brand (think $1-$5 or so) had poor ingredients and equally as poor quality. I stuck my nose up and never looked back.  Until recently.

When I was at Target a few weeks back, I noticed several new e.l.f. products.  Many are free of the nasties.  Some are -- dare I say -- department store quality. The selection was a bit limited (and our Walmart doesn't seem to carry the line), so I ended up browsing more online and was able to order 9 products for $28 (which included tax and free shipping).

I used to be hooked on Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage.  It was a phenomenal concealer with unhealthy ingredients.  When I ditched the nasties, this one was never repurchased.  Well, I recently tried the Studio Complete Coverage Concealer and it reminds me SO MUCH of the Laura Mercier, but better.  First of all, it doesn't make my eyes itch, settle into the skin underneath my eyes, and it is $3. The Laura Mercier is $28.

Next favorite item: the Foundation SPF 15. The ingredients are extremely similar to Bare Minerals. If you do not have an issue with Bismuth Oxychloride (it makes some people itch), then go for this. It is $5 and really looks lovely and applies seamlessly. The e.l.f. is $5 and the Bare Minerals is $27.

Now we all know that Anastasia Beverly Hills is known as the creme de la creme of brow grooming cosmetics.  What we didn't know? The e.l.f. Eyebrow Kit  has BETTER ingredients (still petrochemicals, but paraben free) and is $3 as opposed to $22 -- and the pricey version contains 3 different parabens. I bought the kit in Ash and it is great. Even in this horrendous 90+ degree heat and humidity, it stays on.

I also have to rave about the bronzer! Let's compare the $8 e.l.f. bronzer to the $34.50 Clinique Superbalanced Bronzer, which (as most Clinique items are) may be fragrance free, but still contains the nasties. The e.l.f. is a truly natural mineral bronzer which gives the skin a naturally radiant bronze glow. This isn't the dreaded disco ball glitter , but rather a sun-kissed glow.


The Chic & Green Bottom Line:

At these prices, there is plenty of room for trial and error if you order online and aren't nuts about the colors. I haven't had duds yet, thankfully. These are rock bottom, cheap prices that DO NOT equate to cheap quality like before!  My tip--check the ingredients. Not all e.l.f. products (especially the $1 ones) are paraben free, so beware of that. I DO love that they fully disclose all the ingredients, too!

West Coast Jeannie Visits Bellacures

Please say "hello" to Jeannie, who is our new Los Angeles-area contributor. Jeannie and I have been friends for several years and when Bellacures contacted me and invited me to come to their salon for a service (3000 miles away), I knew that Jeannie would be a great candidate to visit and give her feedback.



Bellacures is a salon for hands and feet.  They are based in the Los Angeles area and have developed a strong reputation for their cleanliness and professionalism.  In fact, it is something they take extremely seriously because they want you to have a safe experience while you're being pampered.

They offer all sorts of manicure and pedicure services, as well as waxing.

Jeannie opted to go with the Exfoliating Walnut Pedicure.

Here are her thoughts:

I arrived a few minutes early. There is a reception type desk right when you walk in, which I really liked. The receptionist was very welcoming and friendly, offering me water or tea and a magazine before I was seated.

The salon is very open and modern, with comfortable living room type chairs and pillows and concrete floors.

Jenny was my technician and she too was friendly. She smiled and engaged me in conversation. She was an expert: very precise and skilled, but QUICK. She did a wonderful job on the pedicure itself.

The walnut exfoliation was also wonderful. The scrub smelled good and the service involved a massage of feet and calves. Hot towels were applied afterwards and then oil was used...the treatment was very relaxing.

The ONLY complaint I have is that more time was spent on the legs than the feet and I would have liked more scrubbing on my heels.

Grade: A. I recommend this place highly.




*Disclosure: Bellacures offered C & G a complimentary service for the purpose of an unbiased, honest review.

Pixies!

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Pixies



If you're on my Pinterest, you'll have noticed that over the past couple of weeks, I have been pinning more and more pixie cuts to my Short Hair board.

The last time I had a pixie, it was 2009 and my Nick, now headed to fourth grade, was in kindergarten. It's been cut in a bob ranging from just below the ears to a few inches below the jaw.

I've been toying with the idea of getting one again because I like a change every now and then.

Elizabeth from Chandelierious and a contributor here, just got her cropped cut snipped back into an adorable short pixie. She has the perfect face and small frame for one. I am loving many of these pictures and notice I tend to pin pixies on Jenna Elfman and Jennie Garth the most as my favorites to match my particular face shape...and of course, no one can rock the pixie like Michelle Williams!

This  one below is my personal favorite:




Thoughts? Would you go for it?



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