bows and dry shampoo

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I was at a great TJ Maxx today and ran across this china:

It is the Vera Wang Love Knots collection. The store had 4 dinner plates and 4 dessert plates. I actually put them all in my cart, but don't worry Ty I put them back! I really don't need anymore plates right now and if I'm going to buy china I need more than 4 pieces. This is me, trying to convince myself that I don't need them. Although, if I happen to stop by tomorrow and they still have them I might call it fate! I did buy a compote that was in a taped box within another box. I didn't open it until later and it has a crack in it, so I do have to go back tomorrow....


I have been wanting to try dry shampoo for a long time. I used to have oily hair that I had to wash daily, but in the last 6 months my hair has changed and I can go 2 days without washing. I love the mornings when I don't have to wake up earlier and wash my hair, then blow dry, straighten, etc. I want to make my hair last one more day. This is where the dry shampoo comes in. I wasn't sure what brand I wanted to try, so I kept putting off buying some. Then someone {sorry, I can't remember who--if it was you let me know, so I can give you credit!} blogged about batiste dry shampoo.
It is sold at Sally's and is around $7.
It. is. amazing.

It gives me more volume and takes away that gross feeling of unwashed hair.

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