The Moms held a wonderful event, right at MiracleSuit headquarters. Gina from Sarah Potempa tamed my locks into flowy beach waves (which I didn’t even think were possible), using this wonderful curling iron. I used to use curling irons often in high school and college (I even burned my forehead a few times), but the technology has changed. The curling iron that Gina used was pretty amazing. It’s called the Beachwaver and it was fantastic. It costs a pretty penny, but as someone who has bought tons of curling irons that have broken or not worked after a few months, it might be worthwhile to make a good investment in this one. You can specify what side of your head you are working on, how cool is that?
Next, I had my makeup done and then we were able to select our MiracleSuits. I had been willing to choose something colorful this time, but the Mystify (retails for $159) in black looked perfect on me. Now, these suits aren’t cheap, but they last. The one I have is two years old and it still looks like it just came off the rack. The cups have underwire, which is a must for those of us that are endowed. I had to have the straps tighten a little to make it fit nicely (thank you Sandra of Miraclesuit!). There were cute mesh cutouts that showed a hint of skin, while making my silhouette slimmer. Seriously, who wouldn’t want to look better in a bathing suit? Miraclesuit definitely makes that happen — which is why they are my swimsuit brand of choice. Next stop is the beach!
Check out the video of the event.
Thank you to Miraclesuit and The Moms for providing me with a Miraclesuit and gift bag. As always, all opinions are my own.