|Zara sweater and pants, Chloe drew crossbody, Gorjana gold bar necklace, Via Spiga heeled sandals|
You know that feeling after you get your hair done and leave the salon feeling like a million bucks? Well, that's exactly how I felt after leaving Population Salon in San Francisco Saturday afternoon. I felt fresh and couldn't help but repeat the phrase, that new new do in my head. When it comes to hair care, I'm actually pretty low maintenance so I chose a lob cut with the intention of knowing it'll naturally grow out evenly with little care. It was also recommended by the stylist since my hair is naturally wavy which is fitting for the style. I also chose to dye my hair a natural ashy brown balayage. I've always been a fan of balayage because of how natural it looks and ability to discreetly brighten up my locks and face. It's important to choose a hair style that suits your natural locks, maintenance level preference and face shape/tone and I was pleasantly happy with my hair care choice.
IN LAKE TAPPS, WASHINGTON
July 4th has grown to be one of my favorite holidays. BBQs, fireworks, celebration of independence, being accompanied by family and friends... whats not to love? This past July 4th I had the luxury of staying at a friends lake house in Lake Tapps, Washington where our backyard was literally the beautiful lake. Spending time here really made me appreciate life, freedom, and ability to be alive during one of America's most abundant times in history. Being a 2nd generation Korean-American, I see how much my immigrant parents sacrificed so that my brother and I could live in a world of freedom and choice. There's so much to give thanks for, so much to be grateful for.
|Brandy Melville crop top, Levi's Made & Crafted skinny jeans, J. Crew plaid shirt|
photos by Josh Pyles