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Stay Hot This Summer with the Hottest Trends and Ideas! Made by Julia

The official Tip Girly magazine This summer’s Hottest trends!

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Featured Follower…………………………………………………………………......2 Refreshing Recipes………………………………………………………….………3-6 Nail Trends………………………………………………..…………………………..7-10 Bikini Time…………………………………….…………………………………...11-12 Spring and Summer Fashion……………………………………..…………13-16 Journey Through Fashion…………………………………………………….17-18 Fun and Fashionable DIY’s…………………………………………………..18-21


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The follower of the month! One of the most honorable shout-outs! Let’s give this fabulous girl a round of applause (I know she can’t hear you, but it’s the thought that counts)!

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to make when you need a little pick-me-up. Try these healthy snack ideas!

I absolutely love these refreshing summertime treats. They are so easy to make and delicious to eat. It is a wonderful alternative to munch on instead of ice cream or popsicles. I love these yummy treats, and I hope you do too!

Come up with your own healthy fruit based recipe and submit it to thetipgirlys@gmail.com, or PM us on Polyvore for a chance to have your recipe featured in our magazine!


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½ cup plus 4 cups seeded and pureed watermelon ½ cup sugar 2 tablespoons lime juice 1 teaspoon lime zest

In a small saucepan, bring ½ cup watermelon puree and the sugar to a simmer and remove it from the heat. Add the lime juice and zest and allow the mixture to cool for 20 minutes. Add the 4 cups fresh watermelon puree to the melon -lime mixture, and then freeze in an ice cream maker according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

Experime nt with different fruits and tastes to come up with your own fabulous sorbet. W hat can yo u concoct?

Credit to: ttp://frenchfood.about.com/od/sorbetrecipes/r/melonsorbet.htm


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This simple fruit drink is perfect for pool parties or lounging in the sun with your friends.

6 ounces frozen lemonade concentrate ice cubes cold water Grenadine (optional) lemon slice (to garnish

Load blender with ice cubes to the 4 1/2 cup mark. Add lemonade concentrate. Fill blender with cold water to the 5 cup mark. Blend until smooth and slushy. Divide into serving glasses Garnish with lemon slices. Pour desired amount of grenadine overtop an individual serving.

What kind of snacks and treats do you like making for parties and get-to-gethers? Let us know your thoughts on the recipes shared. Will you use these ideas in your next spring or summer bash?


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Cantaloupe Watermelon Raspberry Pineapple Kiwis

Cut all of the above ingredients until you have your desired amount. Put into a bowl and drizzle with lime juice.

What is your favorite version of fruit salad? What fruits do you use?


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Want some styling nails but don't wanna have to go to the spa? Well, save your money for the mall, because here are some fabulous nail ideas for a fabulous price.


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1. Unscrew the lids of your 3 or 4 gradient colors so they’re ready to go. Be careful not to knock them over! Here I used because I was feeling very mermaid inspired. Get a little cup of water and soak your triangle makeup sponge. Squeeze the sponge out about 80% leaving it damp but not wet. 5. Line the tip of the sponge up with the This will keep the polish from soaking up tip of your nail and when you’re ready, too quickly. give it a med-firm press. Bounce it up and 2. Apply a single line of the darkest color toward the edge of your sponge. The first time, I went over the line twice so that there was enough polish to transfer to the nail. 3. Next, use the second darkest color and make another line above that one. Coat it twice also. Keep going until you build up your 3-4 colors. NOTE: you want to work somewhat quickly so the polish doesn’t dry out. 4. Dab your sponge on a piece of paper and you’ll see the colors together but not quite blended.

down a couple times in that spot. DON’T BE SCARED that you’re going to mess it up because you’re not. If you keep it in the same general spot it will be just fine. It doesn’t have to be exact. If it’s a little off each time you bounce it up and down that’s actually good because it blends the colors even more. 6. Re-apply a line of each polish color to the sponge for every nail. If you work quickly, you can probably re-apply polish to the sponge for every other nail. Now you have pretty polish but a mess around your nails. 7. Take a little polish remover + a paint brush and clean up the sides and aroud the cuticles.

Bounce it up and down in the same spot a few times and you’ll see how the separation 8. Apply a top coat once the ombre has of colors disappears and they become dried completely. The top coat will also blended! make it appear more blended. Credit to: http://thebeautydepartment.com/2012/04/pretty-polish-idea/


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Want to be the most fashionable girl at the beach this year? Then make sure you nails are just as fabulous! Check out these fun nail polish trends for the most fashionable nails!

Do you love painting nails? Are you artistic when it comes to nail polish? Well then this is the challenge for you! Email us a picture of your nail polish creation for a chance to be featured in the next issue!


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My favorite trends for nail polish this year are ombre, polka dot, French, sequin, and glitter. I love the way you can mix and match different styles together to make one gorgeous manicure! Try painting one nail with glitter while the others are all solid. Or attach sequins or studs to your thumb for a fierce and chic look. Metallic is another fabulous way to show off your style! It is shiny and ultra trendy.


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Own the beach and make it your runway with a super cute bikini! Don't know where to find one? Just keep reading for the hottest stores to find the hottest swimsuit.


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Will you brave the styles and trends of summer and spring 2013? Try these chic ideas! AND, get an insiders view on the BP Fashion Board and what it’s all about!

I think my favorite part about being on Fashion Board is the wonderful insight that Nordstrom gives you. I feel like I have learned what I want for my career while being apart of this amazing program. My coordinator is really nice and I hope for another fun year being on the Board! - Julia


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with your amazing fashion sense!

Fashion is a wonderful way to be creative and to express your style. Scarves, heels, dresses, skirts, frilly tops, skinny jeans, studs, blazers, and jewelry are all part of the fabulous thing we call fashion. I have taken the quote: “Everyday is a fashion show, and the world is your runway.� -Coco Chanel

to heart, meaning everyday should be a reason to dress up and be fashionable. Everyday is an excuse to show off your style to the world. You don't need to be going somewhere super fancy to throw on a blazer and matching heels! You may feel like you will look weird wearing heels to school, but come on! Show your school that you know how to dress well! Show them that you know fashion and you have a passion for it. Be confident and rock that runway!


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dresses are a huge hit right now. They keep you fashionable and chic while staying cool.

is the epitome of girly. Throw it in with a casual outfit to add a little spice.

A stud here, a stud there; studs are the perfect way to embellish any everyday outfit.

If you have heard that they make you look tanner, it’s true! is the key to pulling any outfit together. Try floral! Are my favorite article of clothing. it makes your outfit a little more classy and chic.

Anything is adorable! Try your local stores for high-wasted shorts, skirts, and shorts!


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In love with fashion as much as I am? Email us a photo of you wearing your most fashionable and favorite outfit to show off your style. Whoever has the best ensemble will be the featured SummerGirl FashionGirl in our next edition! Up to the challenge? Make sure to PM us with any questions!


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Check out my story on my adventure on the BP. Fashion Board to learn more about it and what we do! Have any questions? No problem! Just email us!


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My fashion board experience started in the month of March last year. My friend told me about it and said it was perfect for me and what I felt called to do at that time.

Every month at our meeting, we talk about the current and upcoming trends of the year. Sometimes we have a group challenge that we have to “compete” in. One time we had to dress a mannequin in I was so excited! I applied as quickly a certain trend and the winning team got theirs put up in the store! as I could and made my fashion project and happily turned it in. Then a month latWhen we are in the downtown er in April, I received an email saying I was store, when all of the local stores meet one of the lucky girls who got an interevery once in a while, we have speakers. view! Last time, we got to find out about the new line of clothing that was coming out. We went shopping for clothes for the interview as well as getting a manicure And I am telling you, it’s an adorable line! for the big day. The interview process was Keep your eyes out for the BP. Undercover line which just launched on Thursday. easy and nothing to worry about. I was extremely nervous at the time, but after it Being on Fashion Board also gives us was finished, it was honestly low-key and a amazing opportunities. For instance, I am wonderful experience. modeling in our huge prom fashion show After about two weeks, I got a letter! on Saturday! I’m really excited (and nervous)! Oh my! I was ecstatic, but my heart was beating out of my chest. But, the verdict was good! I had been accepted! My first meeting was in September, but I was not able to go because I was in LA. So my first meeting that I could attend was in October. It is nice to be able to meet girls with the same interests as I do and to get to know more people.

If you love fashion and are interested in a career in it, I highly recommend applying for the Nordstrom BP. Fashion Board. Stay fashionable!


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Show off your summer style with easy and fun DIY projects! d of Like making projects? What kin DIY’s do you enjoy making? e Email or PM us with your favorit ce DIY fashion accessories for a chan of to be featured in our next issue SummerGirl!


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Plastic barrette with flat top Starfish (real or fake) Small rhinestones Craft glue Tweezers Wax paper 1. Lay out your starfish hair clip idea. Place the clip in front of you and line up the starfish (one or more) underneath the clip in a pattern that will be attractive and fit on the clip. 2. Glue your starfish to the clip. Use the craft glue. Be liberal with the glue wherever the starfish will be in contact with the clip. Hold the starfish gently in place on the clip for about three minutes to let the glue set. 3. Allow an hour for the glue to dry. During this time, do not touch or move the clip. 4. Pour a small amount of craft glue onto a piece of wax paper. Your glue puddle should not be more than about 2 inches in diameter. 5. Accent your starfish hair clip with the rhinestones. Use the tweezers to pick up a rhinestone and touch the back of the gem to the glue on the wax paper. Then press the gem gently onto the starfish. 6. Dry the clip for 24 hours before you wear it. Keep it in a warm, dry place.

credit to: eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5844926_make-starfish-hair-clip.html#ixzz2NHnbtq2O


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