Am I guilty of mixing colors in my outfit that doesn't go together? Always!
I don't ever think that there is a right or wrong way to mix colors in an outfit because it tells a lot about your personal style. I remember when I was younger and mixed pink, hot pink, and red all in one outfit (such a big no no). Of course at a young age, I didn't know what "fashion" was or what colors go together. I would basically wear bright colors all the time, and would often wear ones that normally aren't appealing to others.
There was also a time where color-blocking was in. Color blocking is wearing muted colors with accent colors like orange, yellow, or red. I did that for quite some time also. I guess my style really changes through time, just how fashion also changes.
My color scheme now can be based on my mood. Most of my clothes have muted colors of grey, white, black, and blue. For more comfortable days I like to wear colors that are more on the pastel/soft side. This explains why most of my sweaters are beige or other pastel colors. On days where I dance or have dance practice then I would wear black or grey since they are more strong colors. On other days where I feel a little bit more confident, I wear a vintage color scheme of browns and greens. Those are also the days where I mix up different textures and styles to try out something a little bit more different. But, now is the time that you can mix up any colors to wear and express yourself. You can also find inspiration of wearing certain colors and certain styles. Have fun styling and remember to play with textures as well as colors! ♡
I know, the past two videos I've made on my channel are reviews. But, I only give my honest opinion on how I feel about products given to me~
The FIRST video is a hair extension review sponsored by Irresistible Me. I purchased one set, and was given one set. Giving my own opinion, I think that both sets are actually very similar despite the big difference in prices. The only big thing is that the color on the Royal Remi extensions looked a little better and the hair was softer. Make sure to watch my video for the full review! I just started coloring the Royal Remi extensions to match my hair color now, and I must say that it hasn't been easy coloring these extensions, so I really recommend requesting a color match so that they do it for you. One reason is because the process of coloring these extensions is a long one since (in a previous hair extension coloring tutorial I've done before) I'm starting with toning the hair to a grey, then add blue, then lately add black to achieve the ombre: this makes it difficult to color with color getting everywhere and the extensions tangling. I mean I managed, but now I know that it would be better if you request that they color a certain color to match your hair (unless you want to experiment with hair coloring of course). For the second set of extensions, I will make a hair coloring tutorial when I can and maybe color it a more fun color? Maybe a color I haven't tried before. Pink? Red? Or maybe even purple? I'm still deciding ^^
The SECOND video is another circle lens video! I was so excited to receive two lenses from PinkyParadise because I previously purchased from their site before. So this is my second review of their site. They sell many well known circle lens brands like GEO, G&G, EOS, Princess Pinky, and many more. This time I picked out two lenses by G&G that I knew I would love, and been wanting to get. I must say that the G&G Tulips Blue is by far my favorite lens mainly because of the appearance. it's actually comfortable, very natural, but the flower effect is just so different from any lens I've had. G&G lenses are starting to be my favorite brand. Go watch the full review!
DISCLAIMER: I was sponsored these products, NOT paid to make a review.
I have actually been thrifting a lot! The video shows some pieces that I picked up for very inexpensive prices. Here is why I love thrifting:
-Finding one-of-a-kind pieces
-Thrill of finding something great
There's so much more to it, and so many ways to go about it. Some have requested that I make a video showing how I actually go about thrifting. Hmm...maybe! I will keep it in mind and next time I go, I will show you around^^
I definitely find pieces that are different from things you see as a department store. Also if you are in love with vintage pieces, then thrifting is great for you! If you are on a budget then go thrifting for some pieces that you will love! The hardest part to it is finding a great thrift store. The first thing is to find your nearest thrift store, then find a chain thrift store (Goodwill, Savers, Crossroads, etc), if you can't come across anything good in those thrift store then I recommend going on Yelp to see what is close and has great items!
There is a thrill to thrifting and that is to find something amazing! To me, it is like a surprise to find something great and it really makes my day (also, hold on to the item because you don't know when someone else will steal it from you). I usually get inspired to thrift by watching thrift hauls by other YouTubers. I always see girls picking up pieces that are amazing, inexpensive, brand name, and great quality. There are also many time where I think (How did you even find that?!) Well, it is a combination of luck and searching!
Search well, and go thrift for yourself. I'm sure it will be fun!
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