In my assistant days, when I would be dragging a dozen hockey-sized duffle bags (which I affectionately call body bags) into a photo studio and I would see the makeup artist and hair stylist breeze by with just a carry-on suitcase I would contemplate if I made the wrong career choice. Could I have translated my fine arts background into painting faces and preserving my strained back? Sure. But the call of the cloth got me (not like, in a religious way, in like, a fashiony way).
I'm one to become quite loyal to a beauty product when I find one that I love, so when I heard that Kristin Ess was releasing a line at Target, I was intrigued, but not expecting to be blown away. But can I say- Thank you Kristin for relieving me of my need for a $45 texturizing spray. You know the one I mean.
The longtime hairstylist of Lauren Conrad (whom I love- what can I say she's cute, relatable, and she's created a hell of a business for herself) her range is priced somewhere between drugstore and Sephora, from $10-$15 and smell ten times as luxe. What IS that smell?! I want it as a perfume. Kristin, if you read this please let me know the top notes.
I bought the shampoo and conditioner after being impressed by the texturizing spray, and they didn't disappoint either. And the mousse is softer, fluffier, and stronger hold than my previous standby. Besides being so aesthetically pleasing to see in my shower (this IS my color palette) mixed with the mousse and spray- I'm really enjoying doing my hair for the first time in a long time. Go get yours before it's sold out at your Target!