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Picture 021Picture 0231Look familiar? Yeah, I pretty much took off last night's outfit, folded it on my bureau and put it back on today. It didn't get dirty and well… I didn't do all my laundry this weekend!

Hair was washed, a small amount of Jonathan Silky Dirt and blown straight with a paddle brush.

Makeup is Revlon ColorStay under eye concealer in Light Medium, Afterglow Mineral foundation in Bisque, their Organic Glow bronzer in Medium and Natural Lip Gloss in Bellla, CoverGirl Lash Blast in Black with Imju Fiberwig over it, bit of Body Shop Eye Definer in black.

I cannot rave enough about the Jonathan Product Shower Filter; my hair is so smooth and shiny and happy! I just sit and pet my hair while at work. Funny thing is, if I use my old amount of product, my hair gets really greasy and gummy. Saturday night I tried to get more volume with the Root Lift, but it just made it heavy and Sunday it was gross to touch. Before the filter, I wouldn't have had that sort of issue.

A woman with curly hair wearing a plaid blazer holds a green fur coat over her shoulder on a city street.

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  1. Joy, you probably don’t need the filter. The water here is so loaded with chemicals it really strips the hair. If you already have a filter it probably does everything the Jonathan one does. 🙂

    And yayyy! about the primer!

  2. Hi Allie, The feed seems to be working. I tested it and received the test email. Don’t know why the daily email isn’t reaching me, but it must be a problem with my email account. While I have your attention, can you recommend any blogs that feature plus size women or plus size styles? Thanks again for the great Allie style!

  3. okey dokey, if you have subscribed through FeedBlitz (the little thingie int he top right-hand corner of the blog) it seems to be working fine. If you have subscribed in another format, let me know and I will investigate 🙂

  4. I’m missing my daily dose of Allie. I haven’t been receiving the email for some reason. The last one I received was last Friday. Do you know if others are having problems as well? Maybe it’s my hotmail account. You look like you had a great weekend. And totally rocking that black dress for your company’s party!

  5. Allie,

    I just wanted to thank you for your blog. Love it. Because of your blog I went to Sephora and tried Smashbox Photo Finish Primer. I got the green one as I have rosecea and it works great. My red complexion looks so much better with the Photo Finish Primer.

    I also wonder if the water filter would do me any good. I have well water and we already have a water filter that filters all the water that comes in the house.

  6. I am between a 12 and 14 petite for dresses. At Banana Republic I usually go with a large petite, as that the XL ends up being far too big. These merino dresses I have are just Large, not petite, which is amazing to me because they are so very short. The black dressy shift I wore this weekend is a Large and a bit snug in the bust; the gold and olive dress from Miami is also a Large and fits comfortably. I think the past season their dresses were a touch more generous in the bust.

    I think their dresses run a smidge smaller than Ann Taylor and MAggy London (where I get most of my other dresses) and a bit larger than J. Crew.

  7. Hi Allie,
    The BR shifts look so cute on you!
    Would you do me a favor and tell me about how they fit? I’m curious if they run large/small/tts and how much “give” they have. Also, at 5’3″, would I want petite size, or are they short enough as is?

    So hard to figure out when I can’t try them on!

    Thank you!! Thank you!!

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