Category Archives: Beauty

BEAUTY PRODUCTS I’M LOVING (VIDEO)

November 4, 2014

November Must-Haves: Beauty Edition

Ever since I was young, my mom instilled in me the importance of good skin care. I remember her taking me to the beauty department when I was a teenager and buying me the Clinique skin care range. It was all the rage with my friends during middle school. I can still distinctly recall the smell of Continue Reading »

REMEMBER, YOU ARE ENOUGH.

November 1, 2014

REMEMBER, YOU ARE ENOUGH

Hello, Gorgeous! Yes, you! I want you to take a moment to turn off any distractions. I want you to enter this space fully present. Maybe you want to make yourself a cup of tea and get comfy because I’ve got something special for you today. Today is all about permission. You’re probably thinking, permission for what? Hold Continue Reading »

5 THINGS MODELING TAUGHT ME ABOUT THE REAL WORLD

May 14, 2014

5 THINGS MODELING TAUGHT ME ABOUT THE REAL WORLD

  For the mainstream, modeling is viewed as an alluring other world reserved for the tall, thin and beautiful. It’s the glamorous life sparkling with ethereal beauty, enviable success and excessive wealth. Many young girls stare wide-eyed at the cover of Vogue wishing on a shooting star that one day they could become the next Covergirl. I, too, was Continue Reading »

MAY MARIPOSA MUST-HAVES

May 1, 2014

MARIPOSA MONTHLY MUST-HAVES

May is going to be an exciting month. I can just feel it! Here in Australia, the weather is cooling off and I can finally bring out the sweaters, boots and scarves. I absolutely love Autumn attire! Back home in Nashville, the flowers are in full bloom and summer is quickly approaching. Later this month, Continue Reading »

LOVE LETTER TO YOUR BODY

March 17, 2014

During my late teens and early twenties, I had a pretty negative relationship with my body. I criticized, punished and pushed my body beyond its limits. I refused to fully accept and love myself just as I was. I wasted so much time comparing myself to other girls, which ultimately robbed me of my own joy. Now, Continue Reading »