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“Pushing you to embrace the gorgeousness that is you.”

What inspired you to get into fashion and beauty blogging?

My interest in fashion mostly comes from my mother. Growing up fashion was my mum’s second nature. She always knew how to slay for work or any event she had to attend but I didn’t know how much of an impact it had on me until today. With the beauty side of things, I have always been a sucker for beauty products. The feeling of trying something new and seeing the results/ effects is just priceless to me.

What is your favorite day to day fashion brand?

This is an easy one, it is definitely Zara and Mango because I can always guarantee that I will find pieces that I can easily style.

Define the key to the success of being a fashion and beauty blogger?

I would say connection for sure. The more I’ve connected with my followers it has given me the ambition and focus to create a foundation for a bigger platform.

Biggest failure you have had. what did you learn from it?

The biggest failure I ever had was the fear of failure. It got to a point where I started comparing myself and growth to others

which, lead me to think that I maybe was not cut out for this and quitting was the better option. Through talking to my family and friends, I just realized that everyone’s journey is different and that is why comparing is something you should never do because when it’s your time, it’s your time and no one can take that away from you.

What keeps you going and motivated? How do you deal with difficult situations?

Honestly, my passion for what I do is what keeps me going. I started this journey last year when I was at a point in my life of unhappiness and this was the only thing that managed to make me smile at the time. When I’m in the midst of a difficult situation I pray. It always calms me down and then I’m able to focus and actually think of ways to find the solution.

Do you see yourself doing collaborations in the future?

Yes, most definitely! There are so many fashion and beauty bloggers, that I admire so much and collaborating with them would make what I do extra special.

One thing you can never live without?

It would probably have to be my phone because I practically do all my daily/weekly planning on it. Honestly, not having my phone would be tragic.

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