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Face Mapping and feeling pretty


I couldn't be more excited to be part of the DailyLook team. Sometimes, I think there's a slight misconception in that because I spend the majority of time in an art studio, I don't want to dress like I'm attending New York Fashion Week... but this couldn't be farther from my reality. Trust me, I still love fashion. I still want to feel pretty, even when I'm covered with paint. So, when I was approached by DL, I basically jumped, no catapulted, at the opportunity. Thanks, Talia!   

Remember, you can save 20% off you first DailyLook order, so why not pick-out something cute! 

 (Vintage DIY dress, random assortment of rings, embellished stud wrap bracelet... hello, it's only $14.99!)

Comments

Paprika said…
I love your art, its amazing, you're so talentedxx
Natalie Kalym said…
This looks beautiful!
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