I LOVE summer. Growing up in Long Beach, California my summer days were always spent at the beach. Swimming in the ocean, laying on the hot sand and then watching the sun set at dusk. Here’s the first of my favorite looks for this summer given to you by my amazing team who I feel most fortunate to be able to work with. My hairstylist Michael Duenas, my make up artist and brow specialist Nicole Burg, my manicurist Candace Cason and my stylist Larissa Ricci.
I was all about embracing my California roots. I always say never to forget your own personal style but mixing it up with the latest trends is a great way to create a look that can be unique.
Stylist • Larissa Ricci “We’re adding more color to your wardrobe. Creating summer vibes that are fun, colorful and playful. First, with Wildfox graphic tees, Frame Denim white shorts, Yosi Samra denim flip flops, round gold framed Ray Ban sunglasses, and Calypso embroidered jacket. I added a feather earring by Heather Gardner, bracelets by Rope The Moon and rings by Melinda Maria and AV Max. Tiffani is all about channeling her inner Woodstock- and going barefoot when ready.”
Nails • Candace Cason “To compliment the electric blue eyeliner, I used Essie’s shade of “Butler Please” for the manicure and to make it a unique look, I added 100% Pure polish in the shade of “Cornflower” to two accent nails. The easy to do nail art is simply a square within a square. It’s a great way to make a mani pop without much fuss.”
Make up • Nicole Burg “I kept this look super clean and easy to do. Lime Crime liquid liner in Lazuli is SO fun and would look good on any skin tone and eye color. On skin, I used Beauty Counter Matte Bronzer with a loose brush in all the places the sun would naturally hit and tan your face. (cheekbones, bridge of nose and hairline area) On lips shes wearing Senna beautiful Bronze Lipstick.”
Hair • Michael Duenas – “For this look I applied Unite Texturiza throughout Tiffani’s hair for a naturally voluminous look. Splitting the hair in the back of the head, into 2 sections, to create pigtails. I then created a fishtail braid, ensuring the braids stayed voluminous. Stopping a few inches short of the ends of the hair, I secured the ends of the braids with Scunci No Slip Grip elastics. I pulled out a few hairs around her face to add a soft whimsical feeling.”