Vintage clothing and accessories, Jeffrey Campbell Clip wooden wedges
I had the lovely pleasure to shoot with the creative, spunky, spontaneous, funky Emily Gummig! We met at the Coffee Bean while I was trying to figure out what I wanted to order, she recommended an iced americano and was not shy at all to let me know how much she liked my outfit(denim cut offs, red printed poncho, lace kimono, and urban outfitters suede brown boots, piled on jewelry with my two day unwashed hair)-THANKS! We sparked up a convo. about our addiction to coffee, art, self expression, fashion and photography... Met up at a later day to collaborate on ideas-the end result a short shoot in the woods to add to her spring collection! The joy of networking and meeting new people! Stay Tuned for future projects with the outrageous and talented Emily Gummig! In the meantime step into her trippy visual world of photography. CHECK IT OUT HERE.
The perks of having my BFF as my personal makeup artist! Jaydee's tips for achieving this look:
I am a strong believer in anything Too Faced, especially their eye and lip pallets! They are definitely worth every penny. For eye makeup I decided to go for a softer smokey eye, using the 'nice' side of my naughty & nice Too Faced pallet. The colors used are soft and darker shades of brown. I used Joana's own black liner to accentuate this look, with a little liner in the inner eye that gradually became thicker towards her outer eye, which adds depth to the look. I used my favorite Nars lipstick called 'Roman Holiday'. It's the perfect pink shade for this Spring! To make the look an even softer pink I used a lilac color gloss by Revlon called 'Lilac Pastelle'. I used some Sun Bunny Bronzer by Too Faced to finish off the look and voila! You have a simple, yet chic look for Spring that takes only minutes to achieve.
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