Getting ready for the 4th of July with this pretty little plaid piece from Reformation.
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I’ve just spent a little over a week running wild in New York City. I did everything form seeing the broadway shows, the Swan Lake ballet, and watched the sunrise on the rooftop of The Bowery hotel.
It was a pretty wild trip and I topped it off with a spur of the moment decision to dye my hair pink.
photos by Michelle Mosqueda
Every time I feel like I’m ready to run somewhere new, summer swoops in and reminds me of why I love the city of angels.
As much as I love playing with makeup and trying out new things, my eye makeup game has stayed relatively the same until recently. A few weeks ago I tried out Buxom‘s customizable Eyeshadow Bar, and I have been converted into a lover of eye shadow. With over 40 pigmented shades to choose from, I can easily change up my palette to match my mood. My favorite part is creating new color combinations based on my next travel destination. Since I keep my look rather light when I travel to tropical destinations, I create a palette of soft nude, peach, and brown tones. If I’m running off to New York, I create a darker palette with sultry shades of silver, grey and black. The best part is that each color is already primer-infused so it’s an extra step I no longer have to take.
For today’s beauty looks I went with my tried and true combination of soft hues for day time, pumped up with a dark brown cat eye for night.
Check out the Eyeshadow Bar here and if you’re feeling timid about creating your own combinations you can easily start with one of their 3 curated palettes.
*In collaboration with Buxom Cosmetics*
Shot these photos while I was lounging around sipping on champagne at the Parker in Palm Springs. I love the desert and have been escaping to it every few weeks. This particular trip was taken to celebrate a collaboration between Gray Malin and the Parker hotel. It was a beautiful night of bright colors and revelry. If you’re not familiar with Gray’s work, I would highly recommend checking it out. It will make you smile.