Little Girls Hair Tutorial Episode 3 — Twist to a bun

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We’re so excited to be back with our third hair tutorial!  Remember that if you have any questions be sure to let me know in the comments below!

Paige + Milo

Little Girls hair tutorial Episode 2 — the twisted piggys

What you need:

Elastic Hair Ties


Hi guys!  We are back with our second little girls hair tutorial!  This one we call The Twisted Piggy’s because well, you will see for yourself!

Once you get the hang of this hairdo, it will become your go to for the days you’re running out of the house.  When you are doing this style, you may want to get the hair a little wet or damp.  By doing so, it will help to be able to keep the hair together while you are styling it and will keep the hair in place better throughout the day.

If you have any questions, please comment below so I can get back to you!

Hope you enjoy!





Little Girls hair tutorial

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about putting together some fun episodes showing how I do my daughters hair.  These styles will be easy enough with directions so you can do them too!

First things first, it’s all about keeping your toddler busy while you do their hair.  Some kids are more patient than others and if you are one of those lucky parents that has an incredibly patient daughter, I’m jealous!  If you are anything like me and have to get creative just to be able to do their hair, I suggest being prepared going into it.  That may include a snack, movie, ipad, playdoh, whatever you think!

Milo and I decided to name this the Elsa braid.  It probably has a name but we didn’t know it so we came up with our own “little girl” version.  I tried to be as detailed as possible while filming but if you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments section and I can get back to you!

Here is what you need:

Clear (or color of hair) elastic bands

Hair brush (I suggest the Wet Brush)


Paige + Milo

Maskcara? I’ve got you covered!



As you all know (if you’ve been following along) is that I’ve been the biggest Maskcara fan ever since the beginning.  I tried their makeup two years ago and instantly fell in love.  I even have a tutorial I made about how to apply the makeup in a previous post.  The best part is that Cara makes contouring SO EASY.  I never thought I would be able to contour but it’s a cinch!

Here is another tutorial just to give you a better idea of how I apply my makeup each day.  I love the way that it looks and how it isn’t a heavy makeup.  I love a good natural look!  If you have any questions, want to be color matched or if you want to see a certain tutorial- please let me know!  You can email me at

Maskcara artist #1796

Find your color here: MASKCARA 


Tutorial with Maskcara


I’ve used one makeup line for over 10 years and when it came to my face, I was never really happy with the foundation, bronzer and blush I had been using.  I always stuck with it because that was all I ever knew!  Last year I stumbled upon Maskcara and have never looked back.  Maskcara makes it EASY to apply makeup and not only that but its incredibly quick to put on too.  When you get your palette in the mail, you also receive a sheet that shows you exactly where to apply the makeup.  I love this makeup because it gives you that “I just spent four hours getting my face done by a glamour squad” look in literally 4 minutes without the parade of people to help!  I’ve never known a thing about contouring but Maskcara breaks it down for you and truly makes it simple.  You can find more tutorials on their Instagram and website.  I will say that one of my all time favorite things about this makeup is that you don’t have to carry around a whole tub of things with you when you’re going out of town or just out on date night.  You have your highlight, blush, illuminator and contour all in one small and convenient palette.

Here are the colors that I use: Light Palette

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I also use:

MAC Fluidline Eyeliner- Blacktrack

MAC Brow Liner- Brunette

MAC Lipstick- Steady Going

Feel free to ask me any questions that you may have!



An interview with a two year old

This anniversary I couldn’t think of annnnything to do for Ben. We decided a few years ago that during holidays we wouldn’t do anything big, gift wise. We decided birthdays are the times that we would go all out. That being said, it’s very tricky to get creative! Luckily I had the help of my favorite two-year old princess, Milo. As you can see the “interview” about dad didn’t go quite as planned. Who am I for thinking when I asked her questions she wouldn’t just name the first thing she was looking at? Literally, most questions went like this

Me: “Whats dad’s name?”

Milo: “Tree!”

Me: “What’s dads favorite color?”

Milo: ” Car! No, airplane!”

It took a lot of re-asking the same questions but I think it couldn’t have turned out any better. I had so much fun making this with her, she was cracking me up the entire time.

P.s. she taught me all of her best dance moves. Her “booty pop” as she calls it is definitely my favorite.

Cheer to six years, Ben!!