I tower at exactly 5’2″ tall, and when you’re my height, clothing presents certain … challenges. Christa Jean at Petite Fashionista understands the plight of the vertically challenged. Her site gives shorter women everywhere the tools they need to dress in style.
You can’t help but catch Vanessa’s exuberance for makeup when you pay a visit to her site. She does some really colorful looks, but beyond her skill with makeup she’s the cool cousin you wish you had, the really nice one you could go shopping with any time.
The Daily Monster
Sometimes, inspiration comes in the form of an ink blot. Stefan Bucher creates art by dropping ink on a page and blowing it out with a straw until he sees the shape of a monster. Then, he fleshes out the creature with a pen. I know, it’s weird, but trust me; it’s also beautiful and cool. He records the entire process, too, and posts the videos on his blog.
Julyne Derrick has run the About.com Beauty Guide since 2005. The site maintains a huge library of how-to articles and general information about makeup and beauty. The easy-to-follow layout makes it a perfect resource for women testing the makeup waters.
The Original Pink Box
Ladies, dreams really do come true. Cala Industries deserves a round of applause for introducing these pink, steel storage boxes. They’re a little Sears Craftsman, but that’s what I like about ’em. It says, “I’m serious about my makeup, b*tches, and I’m ready to go to work.”
Hey, friends. How was your night? I stayed in and re-watched half of Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones on the telly. I want a t-shirt that says “Yoda is my homeboy.”
Later today, I have a mall date with Chanel to check out the just-released fall collection. I can’t wait! Hello, Mr. Gold Glossimer, do you need a good home?
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,