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As you probably know by now (if you've been with me for a while on this blogging journey), I love to recreate looks. I love to find the cutest outfits and then give you guys two recreations of the look. The first look will always be the "Window Shop" option which will include higher end items. The "Window Shop" option will always be the items that we drool over in the magazines or invest in when we come across a large sum of money. Next up, we have our "Ballin' On A Budget" option. For this section, all of these items are more affordable and can be purchased in stores like H&M, Forever 21, and other shops of the like.
So, about last night.....
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What do you get when you merge skin care with science? The answer is simple, Fresh Faced Skin Care. This amazing makeup and skincare line was designed by research scientist, Erica Suppa. After leaving a career in cancer research, Erica began working as a licensed esthetician. While working for different salons and spas, Erica was challenged by the integrity of skincare that was provided to customers. Most facial products that were used provided little to no improvement for clients with troubled skin. As a result, Erica decided that she wanted to start her own business that provided quality products and services to people who wanted real results. That is when Fresh Faced Skin Care was created.
Photo Credit: Urban Decay
When your favorite artist of all time inspires a new collection from Urban Decay, you have no other option than to fight back tears of joy! In 4 days, popular cosmetic brand, Urban Decay will releasing their "Makeup as Art" collection. A makeup line that pulls inspiration from the late artist, Jean-Michel Basquiat.
In January, Karl Lagerfeld (who is the head designer and creative director of the fashion house Chanel, as well as the Italian house Fendi AND his own fashion label), announced that he had selected Williams as one of four fashion innovators that will pose for his upcoming campaign which is scheduled to launch April 3rd.
New Zealand brand, Lonely Label, is owned by fashion director Helene Morris and former Stella McCartney designer Ella Sarjant. In November 2012 the duo with the help of photographer and stylist, Zara Mirkin, began a phenomenal photography series called The Lonely Girls Project that reflected the real woman who inspire them. That specific campaign features normal, everyday women who have very different body types wearing the brand's lingerie. These women are photographed in a place that brings them joy, comfort and identity, their homes.
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