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Shimmer Tattoo Nail Art

I got these Shimmer Jewelry Tattoos from FYI PR. I can’t really wear them out right now as I’m totally covered up. So I got the idea to create cool nail art out of them. This was my first time trying this so bear with me lol. I found this process pretty easy and quick. It’s a great way to get nail art without have to draw it on yourself. Stay tuned into my Instagram for when I try this again.

What You Will Need:

  • Selected Nail Color. I suggest color that will allow the silver or gold pop.
  • Top Coat (not shown)
  • Nail Polish Remover
  • Brush
  • Cotton Balls
  • Shimmer Tattoos
  • Water (not shown)

1. Paint Nails Desired Color. Let Dry Overnight.

2. Clean Up Any Mistakes with Nail Polish Remover.

3. Cut Out Desired Shapes for Nail Art.

4. Put Nail Art on Nail and Apply Wet Cotton Ball to Back. Peel Paper Off.

5. Paint Nails with Top Coat. Let Dry Fully.


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Camel Coat in the Snow

Coat Thrifted Lauren Ralph Lauren | Sweater H&M | Shirt Vintage | Jeans Rock Revolution | Belt Vintage | Bracelets Urban Outfitters, Vintage | Watch Relic | Earrings Vintage | Necklace Vintage | Socks Stance | Boots EcoteI woke up to snow and it was beautiful. As a woman who has NEVER lived where it snows, I’ve had a “I could never” attitude about it. Mainly just hearing the horror stories of walking or driving in the snow. Moving to the east coast in the winter, clearly I wasn’t going to escape the snow. This was my first time I’ve been excited to be in the snow. Living here I realized it’s really not that bad. Needless to say it was pretty cold outside today. I made sure to layer up with my camel coat my mom sent me, my H&M sweater and long sleeve denim shirt. I opted for my suede booties and some printed socks to add an extra element to my outfit. And as usual I accessorized with layers of gold jewelry.¬†

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Behind The Scenes: Life of a Stylist

I thought I’d give you all a sneak peek, behind the scenes view into my life on set as a Wardrobe Stylist. This is just a snapshot of what I do. But in this glimpse you will see me styling the model and interacting with the photographer, Shamayim. This video was shot by Jean Paul Dia. Stay connected with me on Instagram to see when these photos will be released.¬†Special Thanks To:Mercura NYCBisjoux NYToubab ParisORE ApparelMusic – Jay EllyiotSoul Stunnapost signature

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Mixing Prints and Portraits

Earlier this week I worked on a beauty shoot with a new crew here in NY. While waiting for the model to get hair and make-up I got to step in and get a few portraits done. I love how they came out and can’t wait to start using them for various projects. What do you think? Which one is your favorite? Photos by Jonathan

Blazer Grace Elements | Top Thrifted | Necklace H&M