Tuesday, 26 November 2013

Disco Siren

Now that the sun has come out in Melbourne, you can treat it like your own private (or not so private) disco ball. I know, you just needed me to say it's totally acceptable.
There is never a time when tuning in to your inner Debbie Harry is going to be disastrous. Think: tough, stylish, independent and unique.
Whether you make it a subtle ode to dancing fever with a metallic sheen on your sneakers, or a full on, dial it up to 10, big hair, animal print disco diva event, have fun with the way you dress and don't scrimp on the luxury pampering and sportswear. Think of the Cost-Per-Use equation. If you get into those sneakers at least 5 days a week, it's like they're paying for themselves.*
* No debate will be entered into on this.

Liv


Featured are Illamasqua lipstick in "Liv" (as in Olivia Newton John circa Xanadu? Not confirmed.) Fabulous, flattering powder pink! Find Illamasqua at Myer and on Facebook

Nike Free
Nike Free Womens Sneakers. Leopard print AND metallics in the one style-setting sneaker. Find at Eastbay (my addiction)


Kerastase
Kerastase Reflection Chroma Captive Shampoo and Masque for coloured, sensitised hair. Because any disco diva with naturally platinum locks is definitely in need of some TLC. I went blonde once and it was expensive and not as fun as I'd thought! I'll stick to dark, dark, inky brown and keep up the shine. Kerastase is worth every cent - plus it looks really good on your bathroom shelf. Find it here 





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