How to Contour Your Face. Like a Man.

TGIF. The weekend is finally here. And to kick it off right - I thought I'd share with you a little something funny that Nick & I have been working on the last couple days. Introducing our first-ever Vlog.

Ever wanted to know how to straighten out your crooked nose? Give yourself the cheekbones of a supermodel? Or (like me) downplay your Rihanna-sized forehead? Enter the magic of Contour. I guess the jig is up here - my skin isn't really so flawless. But you knew that, right?

Either way. Check out this little video below and let us know what you think. You can subscribe to our YouTube page, and find our new videos, which we plan to post each week!

Products used include Murad Invisiblur Perfecting Shield, Dermalogica Sheer Tint, Smashbox Step-by-Step Contour Trio, Laura Mercier Radiance Primer, and Urban Decay All-Nighter Setting Spray. (Click each name for a link to buy!)

I hope you all liked this silly little vid - and I can't wait for you to see what else we have in store! Comment below and let me know what you liked, what I can do to improve, or just to tell me how hilarious and adorable I am. Better yet. Do it on YouTube. Or both. Happy Friday!

Venice Beach Babe

Every now and then, something so ridiculously exciting happens, you can't wait to share it with the world. This is one of those times.

This week, myself, nick, and my dear friend, Casey Layne - yoga instructor, lululemon rep, blonde bombshell, and all-around babe - had the pleasure of working together on an exciting beach shoot. We wanted to do something that would show another side of her; something that marked a departure from her sunny, bubbly, adorable self.

So we went full on cool girl badass. Bye-bye yoga clothes, hello matching short suit. I shibori dyed this look by hand, starting with all white pieces. We even grunged up her hair with my custom blend sea salt spray.

Be sure to check back soon for a DIY on how we made this look come together!

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hope you all enjoy looking at this shoot as much as we enjoyed making it! stay tuned for our upcoming DIY posts!