Layla from Bellisima Lolita Makeup recreates the look of actress Chloë Moretz and gives her a sultry colourful makeover.
I love how she can rock and pull of a smokey eye without even trying! She even seems to like a bit of grungy makeup and I love that too. I'd like to give her a makeover to play on her features and try something I haven't seen her wear makeup-wise.
- Headpiece - DIY (see below)
- Amethyst necklace - from a flea market in Baguip
- Dress - thrifted
- Shoes - thrifted
- Bag - thrifted
DIY Floral Headband
Recreate the look with Kathy's floral headband tutorial:
We head to Tea With Gladys in Oakville, Canada and learn how-to make a pretty in pom pom headband.
Belfast is a great blend of history and heritage meeting an influx of modern trends and ways of thinking. In many ways still up and coming, the city has a burgeoning cultural life with pop up shops appearing in which to try new foods or buy beautiful, handmade crafts. A staple of city life is the availability of a pint and a friendly face to share it with - Belfast people love a good 'yarn', especially when it's a chat with a visitor!
The first gin to be established in Edinburgh in over 150 years, Pickering's have been distilling their handcrafted gin at Summerhall since 2013. With a smooth flavour and hints of citrus, we couldn't wait to put it to the craft test during Cocktail Hour and mix up some unique drinks for you to try at home.
We head to Boulder, Colorado to go behind the scenes of The Postman's Knock and tour Lindsey's paper-crafting studio:
I like this space because it's relatively large and it's dedicated entirely to my business.
Kristina J recreates the look of fashionista and star of The City, Olivia Palermo:
Olivia Palermo's street style has always inspired me. She keeps it classy while playing to her fun-loving strengths. Whether she's wearing flats and a sweatshirt or glamming it up in the latest Vera Wang gown, Olivia knows how to dress to the nines and still look approachable. Create your own Palermo look with these DIY tutorials that reflect her style.
Make the perfect chocolate ganache with Mademoiselle Macaron in Edinburgh.
I'm a recent graduate with a degree in Illustration trying to draw for a living! I paint mostly in watercolor and my favorite things to paint are ladies with attitude, pretty clothes, and nature. I try to empower women through my art and I hope to get into the fields of fashion illustration and children's books! When I'm not painting, I'm working retail, going to thrift stores, and watching anime. I'm honored to be featured on Cut Out and Keep!