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Look who has her hair down! I know, I know, I am partial to a low, sleek bun, but today I am letting my hair down and talking a little bit about what has helped me to get my hair to a healthier place. A few years back my hair was really quite damaged, fried from harsh coloring, applying too much heat, and simply not using the right products. Two years ago, I decided that enough was enough. I wanted to get my hair back to a healthier place which meant less highlighting and keeping away from damaging daily heat. I began playing around with new products and switching up my routine to see what would create less breakage and help my hair to grow. Below I am showcasing a few of the styling products I have been using and my simple six step process for hair down success!

For reference when reading about the recommended products: My hair is fine, washed and conditioned daily, and highlighted about every 10 weeks!

PUREOLOGY SHAMPOO AND CONDITIONER // I have never been incredibly loyal to one shampoo/conditioner brand or line. In 2020 I switched over to mostly drugstore brands, but towards the end of the year as I started to wear my hair down a bit more, I made a move to Pureology (Shampoo here and Conditioner here) and have noticed a huge difference in the strength and shine of my hair.

BIOLAGE DEEP CONDITIONING // I try to deep condition my hair twice per week and I love trying new treatments and masks. I switch up my deep conditioning methods often and decided to try the Biolage Colorlast Pack after seeing a hairstylist I love on IG give it her endorsement. Sadly, with some masks I notice little to no difference, but this one works wonders without making my hair feel heavy or too weighed down.

BRIOGEO TREATMENT OIL // I have found treatment oils and heat protectants to be the products that have transformed my hair the most. This Briogeo treatment oil is super effective and just a little bit goes such a long way! I use this on my damp ends and on the crown of my head – the two places I tend to see the most breakage.

IT’S A 10 LEAVE IN SPRAY // After applying the Briogeo treatment oil, I apply the It’s a 10 leave-in spray all over my hair. This spray, which was specifically created for color-treated hair, in addition to the heat protectant (next step below), helps to detangle and pump up the shine in my hair.

KENRA HEAT PROTECTANT // This intense heat protectant spray would be my desert island product! Kidding, since if I were on a desert island, I would not be blow drying and curling my hair, but you get the point! My hair despises heat, and when I am styling or curling, I generously apply this protectant spray all over to minimize the amount of damage. Years ago, I never applied heat protectant, deep conditioned, or used any serums or oils and my hair paid for it dearly. Times have changed!

SEXY HAIR VOLUMIZING HAIRSPRAY // Similar to my deep conditioning treatments, with hairspray I am always switching it up and finding new products to love.  In Florida, where it can be particularly humid, I have found this firm and fast-drying hairspray to keep the best hold! It is a heavy hold, but still soft to the touch and never sticky once my curls have been brushed out!


Today I am partnering with Saks OFF 5TH to highlight designer finds under $200 and I’m focusing on transitional and spring-forward pieces! Everything from fun brights to perfect polka dots to easy neutrals. Heading into the spring I’m most excited about statement tops (like this one), continuing to grow my coverall collection (might have to add this pair to my closet), and easy, yet chic slides (like these). Saks OFF 5TH also has some curated selections of resort ready items like warm weather favorites here.

Saks OFF 5TH offers up to 70% off designer clothing, handbags, and more, with free shipping on orders of $99 or more! Scroll below to shop all of my latest picks!


designer finds under $200

// 1. Mixed polka dot blouse // 2.  Bandeau sports bra // 3. Linen crop top // 4. Drawstring pants

// 5. High-waist leggings // 6. Puff sleeve peplum top // 7. Continental wallet // 8. One-shoulder top

// 9. One-piece swimsuit // 10. Pearl suede mules // 11. Leather wedge sandals // 12. Polka dot pointy flats


designer finds under $200

//  1. Chunky turtleneck sweater  //  2. Leopard tote  //  3. High-rise crop flare jeans  //  4. Slim kick flare jeans  //  5. Flounce swing dress  //

//  6. Green denim jumpsuit  //  7. Leather boots  //  8. Leopard print wrap top  //  9. Snakeskin slingback sandals  //  10. Platform espadrilles  //

//  11.  Polka dot raffia clutch  //  12. Zigzag dress  //  13. Oversized faux fur coat  //  14. Colorblock bikini top  //  15. Olive joggers


designer finds under $200

// 1. Wide-leg cropped pants // 2. Ankle pants // 3. Fluorescent slide sandals // 4. Bow flat neoprene sandals

// 5. Suede Stiletto pumps // 6. Slip-on strap sandals // 7. Tie-dye silk midi dress // 8. Silk peplum top

// 9. Lightweight silk blouse // 10. Scoop neck tank top // 11. Tie-dye face masks // 12. Leather camera bag


Spring bag alert! I’m so ready for spring everything…frocks, sandals, swim, and most of all, BAGS! Obviously, I will always be a fan of Tory Burch (after spending 5+ years in Merchandising roles with the brand!), and I have to say, their most recent spring assortment of bags has to be one of my all-time favorite collections! In particular, the Lee Radziwill Collection has been on my radar, and when I saw it updated in gingham this spring I knew I had to have it. I also fell in love with the basket weave detailing on this bag and quickly added it to my collection. Scroll down to see more spring new arrival VIPs below…

spring bag alert blair eadie atlantic-pacific

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