Thursday, October 24, 2013 Guest Edit: Halloweenie Makeup With Steaktooth
Just when I thought I was done slathering foundation all over my face for the sake of blogging, makeup artist Alana Dawn hit me up to try out some Halloween looks. Since I only got a whopping five zits from what happened after our last hang out (my fault—I have sensitive skin), I figured, “Why the hell not? What else am I doing?” (The answer: nothing, really.) Annnd, because I love multi-tasking, I tricked one of my besties into a hangout session where I also exploited her free time by tempting her over with chocolate donut-flavored coffee only to have her run out the door on the way to work still scrubbing anime makeup off her eyes. So, if you’re still stumped on what wear this Halloween, here are my two new favorite looks that really only require rubbing glue stick on your eyebrows and some $20 contact lenses to set them off.
Rachael's Halloween Picks
NYX Roll On Shimmer
Hair Color Rub
NYX Roll On Eye Shimmer
NYX Blush Stick
Lime Crime Red Velvet Velvetine Liquid Lipstick
theBalm The Body Builder Mascara
The Creme Shop Precision Blending Sponge
Thursday, October 10, 2013 Guest Edit: Natural Makeup: A How-To
You’re relaxing on the couch, cuddled up watching some whatever TV show, and out of nowhere your dude blurts out, “I hate girls who wear makeup.”
Waiittt for itttt…. nope! No explanation. Just back to watching TV. COOL! WTF does that mean?
The rest of the week carries on, and you do your best to brush your hair, lotion up, and leave your mascara tucked away. You don’t hear a peep from him about your looks. Cool? You’re doing good. You’ve embraced this makeup-less freedom, and it makes your mornings really easy. Plus, aside from the 10 people asking if you were sick or tired, this whole thing is starting to feel kind of good.
Then, Friday rolls around, and you’ve got plans to meet up and go out. Of course you dip back into your makeup bag, slap on a little cat eye, and run out the door. What’s the first thing you’re greeted with? “Babe! You look great!”
Commence thought process that looks like this: “…………………………………………………..”
If you have been blindsided by this, then you have two choices.
Monday, October 7, 2013 Guest Edit: Southern Italy With Charlie Cuscito
It’s pretty obvious that 17-year-old Charlie Cuscito knows a thing or two about putting an outfit together (see: photo above), but what you can’t see is that she’s also linked to one of the biggest icons in the fashion industry, Anna Dello Russo. The Vogue Japan editor-at-large also doubles as Charlie’s aunt (so cool!) and her eye for on-point ensembles is paving the way for Charlie’s future in fashion. (She also hopes to attend the London Academy of Dramatic and Music Arts one day, NBD.) As she finishes up her last year of high school, we asked Charlie to give us a snapshot of what it’s like living in her hometown of Bari, Italy—and from the looks of it, it seems pretty dang awesome. Check out how Charlie mixed her all-black aesthetic and breezy Italian ‘tude in our Nasty Gal Collection Fall 2013 below. Bonus? That gorge Southern Italy coast as her backdrop.
Charlie's Nasty Gal Collection Picks!
Nasty Gal Collection Flutter Effect Leather Dress
Nasty Gal Collection Divert Leather Moto Jacket
Nasty Gal Collection Flutter Effect Shirtdress
Nasty Gal Collection Dimension Coat
Nasty Gal Collection Hover Moto Jacket
Nasty Gal Collection Division Sweater
Nasty Gal Collection Lucid Crop Tank
Nasty Gal Collection Oil Slick Skirt
Wednesday, October 2, 2013 Guest Edit: Ingrid Kesa’s Sydney
Ingrid Kesa is our newest contributor, here to grace us with her cyber presence on the Nasty Gal blog. For her first post, we asked Ingrid to take us on a tour of her hometown and share the A-to-Zs of heaven down under: Sydney, Australia.
Tuesday, October 1, 2013 Guest Edit: Enter the Napkin Apocalypse
If you’re not already following Napkin Apocalypse on Instagram, your feed is majorly lacking. In Courtney Jaedke’s universe, animals are deemed superior, irony is never far away, and a little dose of humor is injected into just about everything. Today, we are all invited into Courtney’s Napkin Apocalypse (her bad-ass Instagram name). In this journey, we get to peek into her studio and meet her celeb-worthy dogs, all the while talking anthropomorphism, grocery store style inspiration, and being a pro surfer’s girlfriend.
Nasty Gal Seeing Spots Mesh Top
Nasty Gal Dream Tropic Crop Bustier
Dream Tropic Trouser Pant
Nasty Gal Spell Cast Crop Tank - White
Nasty Gal Sweet Fever Chambray Romper
After Party Good Times Boyfriend Jeans
Shoe Cult Belen Platform Wedge
Shoe Cult Luxe Pump