Sunday, December 26, 2010


Heyy everyone obviously i haven't been posting at all! I am taking my winter vacations:) I hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas filled with love and joy!! I am so happy to say that i have finally received my nikon camera that i have been begging for !! i have been taking tons of pictures and can't wait to share them with you!! ill be starting my regular posting again this coming monday(not tomorrow) but once school starts again and everything is back to normal!  Well until i post again everyone enjoy the snow snow snow!

Friday, December 10, 2010


Sooo here's the rest of the pictures of Mana and Parisa! Tomorrow I'm hoping to get some cool shots with my friend Brittani as we are going down to the city. It will be amazing with all the lights and window displays!:) Favorite part = Getting to jump on the huge piano from Big!
Have a lovely weekend:)


Thursday, December 9, 2010


So i just read this article where designers are going with dresses over pants.  I've seen a bunch of pictures.  Kind of weird...but seems like it will catch on which will be cool and its so modest which i love.  check out more on

Wednesday, December 8, 2010


More to come!! Just a tad busy right now sooo ill try to edit some more later:)
For now enjoy!!

Tuesday, December 7, 2010


I would love to do a photo shoot like this!  Do i have any takers to be the models??? Because this looks amazingly fun and the pictures look sooo awesome with all the different brilliant colors dripping down these ANTM contestants.  I would have to say my favorite is...I can't say i love most of them!  This is just such a neat idea for beauty shots.

Monday, December 6, 2010


I just recently did a small photo-shoot of my friends Parisa and Mana. Today's just Parisa and this week ill put Mana's up along with the sister/group shots.  I've shown Mana on here already under Persian Beauty.  They both are beautiful and have such a lovely skin tone!  They are amazing models and I am so lucky to have had the opportunity! Parisa and Mana it will be happening again once i get my nice camera;)

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Friday, December 3, 2010

Pradaaaaa !

I just love these shoes.  They are so adorable...i think i found my soul mate;)

I have taken tons of new pictures! I'll be sure to put them up soon:)


By Christmas i will have my very own D40 Nikon Camera !!:)))) I am soo overly happy.  I will no longer have to take pictures with my crappy easy share! WOOOOOOOT

Thursday, December 2, 2010


I just love chloe.  It is sooo chic.  The colors are simple but beautiful and the way they put the alothes together is superb! The total seventies hair is awesome and the smoky eyes are to die for.  My friend nerissa can do an amazing smoky eye...needless to say i definitley can't! I hope you all are having a lovely week!

Wednesday, December 1, 2010


Soooo i found this super awesome article that sounds sooo fun to do!! I hope you guys like it:))

What to Do When You’re Bored of Thanksgiving Turkey: Make a Fresh Pumpkin Face Mask

The culinary charms of pumpkin—baked into the season’s sweet breads, folded into its spiced pies, and infused into one seminal Starbucks latte—need no introduction. Its stealthier role as a natural skin-perfecting ingredient, on the other hand, has remained distinctly under the radar until recently. “Pumpkin is loaded with natural exfoliating acids and antioxidants, meaning it has amazing resurfacing and retexturing benefits,” says Santa Monica-based aesthetician Chanel Jenae, who uses the active pulp in facial peels at the city’s pristine Arcona Studio “to brighten, calm breakouts, and soften the appearance of fine lines and sun damage.” While high-tech skin care companies have harnessed its powers with sleekly packaged pumpkin-spiked enzyme masks and lotions (see slide show), there’s something refreshingly old-fashioned about whipping up your own version over the long weekend. Here, Jenae’s simple recipe for a fresh pumpkin face mask which, if a long walk in the crisp fall air should fail to do the trick, promises to infuse skin with that requisite holiday glow.

• ¼ cup pumpkin
• 1 egg
• 1 teaspoon almond milk (for dry skin)
• ½ teaspoon honey (for dry skin)
• 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar or cranberry juice (for oily skin) 

Purée ¼ cup of fresh pumpkin pulp into a thick paste before adding the egg (“it acts as a binder and contains additional nutrients,” says Jenae). If your skin is dry, stir in a splash of omega-rich almond milk and ½ teaspoon of humectant honey. For oilier complexions, try apple cider vinegar or cranberry juice (both contain natural antiseptic properties) instead. Mix well and apply the mask for 10–20 minutes, depending on your skin sensitivity, then rinse with cool water and moisturize as usual.