Mango quilted moto jacket / Casio digital watch / Chanel necklace / BOY London hat / Moschino tech accessory / Converse All Star white trainers / NARS Cosmetics travel brush set / Polaroid P 600 instant camera / Timberland Nellie Chukka boot / CHANEL Coco body location / CHANEL Coco body butter / MAC Fixed on Drama lipstick
Sunday, November 10, 2013
Sunday, October 27, 2013
It's no new news that I'm a big fan of skull decor and accessories. I have been wanting to buy ceramic skulls to display in my room for forever. But, for some reason just never got around to buying one, which now I'm happy that I never did! So when I spotted these unfinished skulls in the Michael's craft store a light bulb went off in my head. I snatched a couple of them, ran to the spray paint department, spent several minute contemplating what color paint I wanted to use and then scurried home to do this quick DIY. What I love about these skulls is that not only are they chic but they are extremely versatile. Obviously they make a great Halloween decor. But wait... don't be so quick to pack them up after Halloween. They can be displayed all year may it be on a desk, stacked with fashion books on a coffee table, or even used as bookends. You may be surprised to hear that these chic skulls are extremely easy (and affordable) to make and require NO artistic ability. Follow the simple instructions below and voila ... you have a new edgy accent piece to display around your room.
What You Need: Ceramic Skulls (available at Michael's) // Krylon Spray Paint
(I used the colors Black Satin and Metallic Gold) // Tarp
- Place a tarp outside to protect surrounding area from stains. Place the skull in the center of the tarp.
- Shake the spray paint bottle. Then spray paint the interior and bottom of the skull. Let dry for five minutes. Then apply a second coat. Allow to dry for thirty minutes.
- Spray paint the top of the skull. Let dry for 5 minutes. Then apply a second coat. Allow it to dry for about an hour and then you are done and can find the perfect place to display it!
Saturday, October 19, 2013
Long nails are back. I have spotted many celebrities rocking the long nail trend like Rihanna and Khloe Kardashian and thought I would try it out for myself. Don't get me wrong I have seen many long-nails-gone-wrong but they can also look super chic with the right nail color and shape. Lately I have been loving the look of edgy jewelry and nails. I love "pretty hands" and have enjoyed pairing my long square nails with my new knuckle rings from Forever 21. I cannot get enough of this nail trend and as pathetic as it may sound, I look forward to playing with my nail shape and color. Note: My nails are not naturally this long (I wish!). They are actually acrylic tips.
Saturday, September 14, 2013
Hey guys! A lot has gone on in the past few weeks. I traveled to Southern California, started school and celebrated my 18th birthday. Oh and how could I forget?! I also reached 500 followers on my blog. Thank you guys so much!!! I love sharing parts of my life on my Instagram especially when I don't have time to write a full blogpost. Here are just a few of my recent and favorite Instagram photos.
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