Sunday, 16 December 2012

Molten Metallic

Molten Metallic


chanel-esque jacket

chanel jacket

coco jacket part1


coco jacket prt2



coco jacket prt3

All Jackets Below are from Mango...

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* Jacket used to create the 
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Friday, 14 December 2012

Santa Slippers

santa slippers

santa slippers by chloejay1988 featuring gothic shoes

If you're not into girly party dresses, rocking jolly red flats with a pair of printed cigarette trousers are highly recommended.
Crafts Lark is up and running now... 
finally!
Would really appreciate it if you could check it out and let me know what you think of it.


Thank-you
xxx

Tuesday, 11 December 2012

True Red

true red

Residing in the centre of the colour spectrum, falling between cool cherry and warm tomato, this red is easy to wear.
It's a statement look but you just watch those 
compliments roll in.

Navy and white are the best neutrals to combine with true red, or if your feeling really brave...
Rock it head to toe.

1960's Icon

Monday, 10 December 2012

Downton Esque

Downton Esque

Downton Esque by chloejay1988 featuring a gold clutch

Get The Look...

  1. Tong vertical sections of hair with a curling wand. Then wrap each curl around your finger and pin them in place with some clips.
  2. Once the hair has cooled, remove all the clips and brush out gently with a flat brush.
  3. Then simply slip your head band on and spray lightly with hairspray for extra hold. 

Dusky Rose

Dusky Rose

Forget '80s bubblegum shade, this "IT" pink is far more sophisticated. Somewhere between a light pink and a peach, it highlights the flush in anyone's face, giving you a natural warmth.

Styling Tip...
Warm up an all white outfit with a hint of dusky rose for a 
chic look.


Alexander McQueen

Party Hair

Party Hair

Your Boho chain isn't just for summer...
here is a way of glam it up for this party season.


  1. Section off your hair into 2in wide pieces, then twist each one from root to tip.
  2. Clamp your twisted locks into hair straighteners, this will create subtle waves and spray lightly with hairspray.
  3. Release all the twists... using your fingers, roughly comb and shake out the twists. Make a centre parting and place your hair chain on.



metallic feet

metallic feet

metallic feet by chloejay1988 featuring maison martin margiela shoes

The great accessories for the party season.

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Power Prints

Power Prints


Sunday, 9 December 2012

Aubergine

Aubergine

This shade falls in the middle of purple colour wheel, so it isn't too warm or too cool for any skin tone.
It's as versatile as black, dark brown or navy, but not as draining.
It's perfect for all occasions.

Wet Hair

wet hair

The Dos...

  • Keep your look in place with a silk headscarf or band. It goes with the beachy wet look and softens it up a bit too.
  • Add extra gloss with shine-boosting hairspray for hold.
  • Twist your wet hair into a bun for a super sleek wet look, added bonus with this look you will be left with bouncy dry look later on.
The Don'ts...

  • Pile too much product onto wet hair. It's less porous and can be easily weighed down.
  • Attempt the wet look on dirty hair, it'll look stringy rather than sexy.
  • Use a brush on wet hair - it create frizz and you lose the definition of comb marks.


You know it's a winner when this many
 A-listers love it too!

Jenifer Lopez

Charlize Theron

Kim Kardashian

Emma Watson

Penelope Cruz

Megan Fox

Heidi Klum

Jessie J
Some Extra Tips...

  • If your hair dries frizzy, use serum through the ends and some wet look gel at the roots to create gloss.
  • Wet hair is fragile - comb with a wide tooth comb first, starting from tips working your way up to the roots to prevent any tangles. Then swap for a fine-tooth comb, adding a little amount of leave-in conditioner.
Looks To Create...

glam pony
  1. Apply a polish into the palms of your hands and slick down the front of your hair, pulling it back so it stays extra-sleek.
  2. Next, tie your hair into a high ponytail, aiming for just above your ears - it's the most flattering position as it makes your jawline look defined.
  3. Wrap your ponytail around your styling wand, then take a small section of the pony, wrap it around the elastic and pin it in place, so that the elastic is well hidden.



sleek & Neat

  1. Comb the hair through while hair is wet for super sleek roots, then make into a low side ponytail.
  2. Split your ponytail in half and plait each side.
  3. Wrap one of the plaits into a bun and then wind the other around it for a woven effect, pin it in place.


Thursday, 6 December 2012

power pairing

power pairing

power pairing by chloejay1988 featuring a lace tank

Camouflage and khaki have been spotted on absolutely everyone, from Fearne Cotton to Rihanna.

Try giving your camouflage a feminine twist 
by styling it with luxe lace.


Paul & Joe

Some outfit below to show good this combination really looks...

ladylike military


military + lace


Military + Lace