OOTD: Reina Rebelde Makeup, Red Malandrino Long Pant, River Island Robe

Hey guys!

Please check out my photo story inspired by Reina Rebelde make-up.
I paired their “Virgen” lip radiance with my extra long Malandrino pant that I found at a Sample Sale in Midtown Manhattan and my River Island silk robe. My initial photographer cancelled but with a little of my teaching skill and his persistence, my boyfriend Manny made it happen! Thank you #instaboyfriend haha!



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Make-up by Hesketa
Eye/Lip: “Virgen” Lip Radiance x “Rebel Eye Definer Liquid” by Reina Rebelde Check them out!
Pant: Malandrino
Top: River Island
Bra: Target
Earrings/Bracelet: & Other Stories
Necklace: Opening Ceremony

OOTD: Mustard Jacket, High Waisted Jeans, Stance Socks, Reeboks

This past weekend was unusually warm for a February in New York City. Hitting a record high of 70 degrees, many, including myself, were hit with the bittersweet realization that this warm weather was not only falling on a long weekend where mostly everyone was off of work on

Anyway, it was such a beautiful and sunny day out. I went out to Bodega Pizza in Washington Heights with my beau and we scarfed down some Tres Golpes Pizza and beer. Also…my outfit of the day reached a record of nearly 400 likes. (record-breaking for me with my small following 😛 ) Check it out!

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#SupportYourFriends: Compound Blues // Blizz Macmatics

This past week, I went to an inspiring event in Brooklyn and I want to tell you all about it!

This event was a screening of what was the first episode of “Compound Blues” which featured the reflections and insights of the artist and storyteller, my good friend, Rashad Ervin aka Blizz Macmatics, a native New Yorker who partially grew up in the Tompkins House in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

Rashad Ervin highlighted: life in the Tompkins housing projects for young artists of color, the circumstantial impacts of gentrification on the under resourced in Brooklyn, and black youth and their unhealthy relationship to wealth.


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