• Charli XCX Soho Show

    Last night was our free Charli XCX show at the NYC Soho store, and boy, did people turn out! Plenty of people showed up early and patiently waited over an hour for the show to start, and once Charli came out, the crowd went nuts. (And yes, she DID cover the Backstreet Boys.) Brooklyn Brewery was nice enough to provide us with beer for the event, and it was all gone by the end of the night; a true sign of a good time. After the show, Charli did a CD signing, and was super sweet to all the fans that waited to see her—probably why so many of them gave her handmade gifts and posters.

    If you love Charli as much as we do, don't forget to check out our photo shoot and video with her! —Katie


































  • UO x Teva Wild River Sweepstakes

    Want to take a walk on the wild side? Yep, thought so. 

    Now lets raise the stakes a little bit... how about taking a RAFT on the wild side? One that will take you and a friend down the Colorado River in Utah for six days, with a brand new pair of Tevas for two and a $500 UO gift card for some awesome travel gear to bring along for the ride?

    If so, enter our UO x Teva Wild River Sweeps and go out into wild, Emile Hirsch style. You could win this crazy amazing prize pack from UO and Teva and have the adventure of the lifetime. VIVA LA TEVA!!!!!

    The finest of prints: No purchase necessary, US only, and you can enter up until June 21, 2013!
  • Trend: Headwraps

    Headwraps are the perfect accessory for hot weather because they pull your outfit together and also keep gallons of sweat from dripping down your face. If you're heading to any festivals this summer, they're a quick and easy way to look cute without actually spending much time on trying to look cute. Here are some pics of babes lookin' good in headwraps to help get you in the spirit of things. —Katie











    Get the look:


    Jersey Turban Headwrap


    Layered Jersey Headwrap


    Denise Knotted Headwrap


    Rib-Knit Headwrap


    Della X UO Woven Headwrap


    Hawaiian Silk Headwrap


    Cooperative Cococabana Silky Headwrap

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  • Look Of The Week: Sam Fletcher

    Hi Sam! Can you tell us what you do at UO?
    Hi! I'm a Women's Web Stylist for UO.

    Can you tell us about what you're wearing? Because we are loving those jellies.
    Haha, yes! These jellies are from Urban, actually. They're the best. They're super comfortable and go with almost everything. I'm really into this color for the summer, too. The dress was given to me by a friend.

    Jellies are taking me back to 1995. What was your favorite thing to wear when you were a kid?
    I was dressed pretty ridiculously as a kid, but one thing I never wanted to take off was this skirt I called my "Pretty." It was a mustard yellow circle skirt that flared out when I spun around. It was awesome and I definitely wore it with everything.

    What's the best part about being a stylist? Do your friends like to come to you for fashion advice?
    I'd have to say one of the best parts about being a stylist is seeing what will be trending in upcoming seasons. It's cool to see the trickle down effect from the runway. Also, working with new clothes and shoes all the time is a pretty sick bonus. Sometimes my friends will come to me for fashion advice, but I'd have to say my mom comes to me the most; she's pretty cute.

    What's your favorite color nail polish currently?
    There's so many colors out there! But I'm recently obsessed with any blues/greens. Also, there's something about a clean white nail polish that I love.

    What are you most excited to wear this summer?
    Mesh and sports bra! Athletic look for sure this summer.

    Where can we find you online?
    Instagram and Tumblr :).
  • Resist by Beccy McCray

    I'm obsessed with this project titled "Resist" by artist Beccy McCray. The art installation consists of a giant, bubblegum-pink cake situated in an inaccessible, gated space. So, you can only look at it from afar. Cruel! McCray used the cake to represent temptation and greed. I'm not going to lie and say I don't want a slice. Hazel

  • Charli XCX: Free Show

    If you're in NYC and looking for something to do on this crazy hot Thursday night, head on over to the Broadway Urban Outfitters (628 Broadway) for a free Charli XCX show! There will also be free beer provided by Brooklyn Brewery (the good stuff) for all you older folks out there. Charli goes on at 7:30 tonight, May 30, and after she's done, she'll be signing CDs for the crowd. So it's just like, the ultimate free time for everyone. We'll see you there! —Katie


  • Interview: Elaine Carroll

    Comedian and actress Elaine Carroll is making her way up the comedy ladder by climbing up the backs of people bent over laughing at her impressions. The star of CollegeHumor's hit web series, Very Mary-Kate, talks to us about her start in the biz, her wig collection and her new series, Precious Plum.
    Interview by Ally Mullen

    Hi Elaine! To prep for this, I just got done doing an Elaine overload on the internet.

    That must be an incredible overload, I feel like there is a lot of me on the internet.

    But all good stuff! I was surprised to see you had a role on Mad Men! How did that happen? [Note: They probably saw her Joan impression]
    Well, I auditioned for it and it was a role of a call girl in season four and it was really, really fun.

    Other than that, you usually do comedy. Can you tell me a little bit about how you got started in the comedy world?
    I got started in comedy probably when I was in college. It was always something that I was interested in. I was TOTALLY that kid who came home from school and turned on Comedy Central and watched The Kids in the Hall, then watched Monty Python movies over the weekend and Saturday Night Live.

    In high school and elementary school, I performed in plays, but when I got to college I started writing sketches, and my own material. So it was really in college when I began to consider myself a comedian.

    Did you take any classes for it?
    Yeah! I took classes at the Upright Citizens Brigade in both New York and Los Angeles—improv classes and sketch classes.

    You seem to do a lot more of sketches now, but do you ever go back and do improv?
    I also do improv but do more sketch than improv.



    I watched an interview where you mentioned that in your CollegeHumor series, Very Mary-Kate, the episodes are scripted. Is there any wiggle room for improv?

    Of course! There’s actually some episodes where we just improvise a few takes and those are the ones that end up getting in. For instance, the actor that plays “Fat Professor” in the series is an improviser in New York named Will Hines and we often let him go off script because of the things he ends up saying improvised are a lot funnier than what we’ve written. And also, in the episode “Drinking Game,” there was one line that I could just not remember—even though I wrote it [laughs]—so we ended up improvising that one. Otherwise it’s pretty heavily scripted.

    You do a lot of work with CollegeHumor. Are you an employee or do you just do sketches with them?

    I don’t work for them, I don’t go into the offices everyday, but I’ve been working with CollegeHumor pretty regularly for the past five years.

    So if you wanted to, you could just go in and pretend to work there?

    Yeah! I go in, I pretend that I work there, I sit at a desk, and nobody asks questions [laughs]. Yeah, I sneak in there and steal the candy from the ninth floor.



    Ooh, what’s your favorite kind of candy?
    Um, oh gosh, I really like Reese’s Pieces!

    So, like E.T.?
    Yeah! Like E.T.

    You do so many impressions in wigs. How many do you own?
    I counted once and I have 42 wigs. But I counted this like, a year ago, and I have since acquired more wigs. So I have 42+ wigs.

    Do you ever wear them outside of work, à la Britney or Amanda Bynes?
    Oh god no, no no no. I leave that to the professional lunatics.

    Since you do celebrity impressions, would you ever consider an Amanda Bynes impression?
    No. It’s a little sad; I just feel bad. I just want to buy her a cup of coffee and give her life advice. Take her under my wing and let her crash on my couch for the week. But I just want to be sensitive to that. With Mary-Kate it’s not so much making fun of her, but it’s a caricature that’s loosely based on her life. I feel like also with Mary-Kate, she’s not in the limelight the way that Amanda is all over Twitter and the gossip magazines.



    So what’s the styling like for Very Mary-Kate?

    Well, when it first started out, I acquired a whole lot of cheap but fancy looking baggy clothes, kimonos and a lot of jewelry from the downtown New York stores. The styling, I would say, is layered… lots of baggy sweaters, accessories and jewelry—so much so that it makes my hands heavy.

    So the Very Mary-Kate hands are as real as the joke?

    I’m legitimately struggling to lift my hands.

    So off camera, what is your personal style like?

    I would say… lacking (laughs). My style is probably wearing the same jeans three days in a row and I like to be comfortable so whatever it is that I’m wearing will be more comfortable looking than fashionable looking.



    So, tell me about your new CollegeHumor series, Precious Plum. It’s a take on Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, which I love.
    I’m also a huge fan of Honey Boo Boo and Toddlers & Tiaras… I kind of have terrible taste in television. So we wanted to parody it in some way so the series is between Plum and Mama on their way to and from pageants all over the country. So it’s watching them try to get there on time and struggle to live the most fun and adventurous lives as they do it, and not making the best decisions along the way.

    How long does it take Josh Ruben, who plays Mama, to get into his outfit?
    It’s kind of a long process. The main part is getting his face one, because it’s a prosthetic, so I would say maybe two hours in the make-up chair. And then the fat suit feels like a heavy mattress that he has to kind of step into.



    So at the office, are these types of props just laying around for you guys to use?
    Yes, there's a lot of foam wig heads and badly organized closets and all sorts of things on hangers.

    Sounds like a dream to me! Well, Elaine, thank you so much for your time and I can’t wait to see your career take off. Just don’t forget about me.
    I won’t forget you Ally!


    Watch the Episode 2 of Precious Plum here and shop Elaine's picks below!




    Kimchi Blue Silky Sabrina Shirtdress

    I have this dress in red. I'm obsessed with it. It's super cozy and I kind of want to get it in all colors and wear it all the time always.


    Lucca Couture Lattice Waist Dress

    I have this dress in purple and I'm also obsessed with it.


    Chelsea Crew Armor Lace-Up Ankle Boot

    These shoes are maybe the coolest thing I've ever seen.


    Staring At Stars Diamond Border Romper

    Gotta love a romper.


    Gemma Correll Cats Of The World Tee

    I ironically (and unironically) love cat shirts so this...


    BDG Sheer Burnout V-Neck Tee

    I have this top and I get a lot of mileage out of it.


    Chelsea Crew Nirvana Heel

    Red shoes always and forever.


    Magical Thinking Bright Star Duvet Cover

    Awesome duvet.


    Magical Thinking Large Woven Hammock

    A hammock built for two is what life is all about.


    Money Bean Bag

    And finally.... because a house is not a home without a beanbag money chair.
  • The Lonely Island and Robyn: Go Kindergarten

    The Lonely Island get so many great guest singers. HOW DO THEY DO IT? This song with Robyn is actually pretty catchy, too. Their new album, The Wack Album, isn't going to be released until June 11, but if you're curious to take a look at the tracklisting, head over to Pitchfork. Apparently Kristen Wiig is going to make an appearance on a song, so you know it's gonna be good. —Katie
  • Marfa Journal #1

    The inaugural issue of Marfa Journal, the new mag named for and inspired by the enigmatic arts hub of Marfa, Texas, is now available. FYI their awesome splash page is probably NSFW if you work at some square-ass office (so many acronyms.) The first issue includes features on Odd Future's visit to Marfa, Rachel Korine, Lindsey Lohan and photographer Tim Barber. —Angelo







  • Grumpy Cat: The Movie

    Well, it's finally happening: an internet meme is being turned into a movie. It looks like good ol' Grumpy Cat (real name Tarder Sauce) is getting her very own live-action flick! She'll play a talking and, we're assuming, very grumpy kitty. Now we can only hope that Lil Bub will get the same treatment. A live-action Lil Bub the Unicorn movie, perhaps? —Katie
    (via Vulture)
  • Trend: Tropical Prints

    The sun is shining and the temperature is rising, so it's time to break out your most festive summer gear, aka tropical prints. Get ready to be the best dressed at all of those pool parties, barbecues, and whatever else you're invited to this summertime. Matching two piece sets are my favorite for the ladies, while for the guys there's a plethora of Hawaiian print button-downs to choose from! It's time to stock up on tropical everything, everyone. Maddie


    Kimchi Blue Smocked Dress


    WeSC Floral 5-Panel Hat


    Kimchi Blue Cutout Waist Jumper


    Nuco Island Fever Flower Short Sleeve Shirt


    Kimchi Blue Hawaiian Floral Saddle Bag


    CPO Captains Chino
  • One Sick Stitch Etsy

    Aw shit, guys. The One Sick Stitch store was only launched yesterday (by one of my favorite internet people, Mai), but these embroidery hoops are already flyin' off the shelves. The girl knows her way around a needle and thread. If by the time you see this post all her hoops have sold, never fear! She also does custom hoops, as well as collar embroidery, so if you can dream it, she can make it. And make it really fucking awesome. —Katie











    (Hell yes she stitched that beetle on there.)
  • (Stella via Cargo Collective)

    Interview: Stella Berkofsky

    Meet Stella Berkofsky, the 22-year-old fashion photographer whose self-taught skills, natural beauty and killer sense of fashion will have you glowing green with envy. A few glances at her work and you'll start to wish she was your BFF so that you could travel the world together and have her document all of your good hair days.
    Interview by Ally Mullen

    Introduce yourself!

    I’m Stella Berkofsky and I’m 22. I grew up in London but have been in Los Angeles for seven sunny years. I take photographs as well as a handful of other production and fashion related things.

    At what age did you become interested in photography? You take a lot of beautiful portraits—what did you take pictures of?
    I grew up around lots of creative people, so I've always been interested in image making. I think I shot my first 'fashion editorial' at about age nine on a Polaroid Spectra with a friend, which I also styled and modeled in.



    Did you go to school for photography? If not, how did you learn?

    My father was a photographer and he taught me the basics, some simple lighting and he gave me cameras to experiment with. From there, I self-educated.

    You also model. Do you prefer being behind the camera or in front of it, and why?
    Behind, without a doubt! I learned a lot from modeling and got to travel and meet amazing people. I think modeling has affected the way I speak to my subjects and give direction—positively. Being behind the camera feels much more comfortable; I love the process and being able to see projects from beginning to end.

    So tell us about the BAZAAAAAR photo shoot. If you could have any outfit from the shoot, which one would you take and why?
    Definitely the red printed dress. I love the boxy silhouette and the quilted shoulders. The print is fun and bright, but the shape is so modern and wearable. 



    Is your personal style similar to the clothes from the BAZAAAAAR Pop-Up? If not, describe what your style is like!
    I would like to say yes—I love exotic prints and textiles. I definitely collect a lot of similar prints and pieces, but I always pair down prints with solid basics and lots of denim.

    What is your favorite print to wear?
    Definitely stripes.



    Your photos make me want to take a major vacation. Where was the last place you traveled for fun?
    Well, I'm writing to you from Palm Springs! Hanging by the pool and considering going for a little exploration through Joshua Tree later this afternoon.

    Describe your dream travel destination.
    Right now I'm dreaming of Morocco. Relaxing in Tangier, busy Marrakech, vibrant culture, gorgeous architecture, delicious food, color and endless textiles! Hoping I can make it there this year.

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  • Sky Ferreira Live at Space 15 Twenty

    There's nothing to not love about this video by Tiger Tiger Studio from Sky Ferreira's live performance at Space 15 Twenty's Love Me Pop-Up shop.  We wish we could go back in time and experience it all again (especially the kissing booth). Maybe if we close our eyes, put on "Lost in my Bedroom," and spin around in our chairs a bunch we can time-warp back to it. I mean, time travel is real and stuff... right? Right.
  • Arrested Development: Season 4

    So, have you gotten a chance to watch Arrested Development yet? What'd ya think?! What were your favorite parts? Did they make a huge mistake? We want to know! "Hello darkness, my old friend" has been stuck in my head for like, the last 3 days now and I actually started chuckling on the sidewalk thinking about it, so they get two thumbs up from me for that joke. Any other memorable moments? Did you catch that Lucille's prison number, 07734, is "hello" upside down? Tell us on Twitter! If you're lucky, maybe we'll send you a nice .gif. —Katie



  • Interview: Photographer Noah Emrich

    Noah Emrich’s new photo book I’ve Got Nothing to Say is a telling illustration of modern American youth: surveyors in a land of surveillance eternally in conflict between our responsibilities to society and our responsibility to not take shit too seriously. I’ve come to know the Brooklyn-based photographer over the past few years and in that time have been continually surprised and inspired by his photographic point of view. 


    Emrich gained notoriety for his fashion photography, shooting for the likes of Esquire, The New York Times and Gant Rugger all before his recent 20th birthday. Now, with his first publication released, Emrich hopes to turn his lens toward more prescient environmental and political subjects. It’s a turn I might be wary of if I hadn’t witnessed first hand Emrich’s willingness to venture out of the orbit of his comfort zone to make great images. Besides, he’s got time to explore the outer limits of his photographic interests. I spoke with Emrich about balancing work and school, photography in the Internet age and seeing his face on NYC cabs. Angelo



    When did you decide to make a book and why? 

    The book came about in a pretty casual way. I started putting together this book about 6 months ago. The photos are mainly from the last year or so, with a few exceptions. I wanted to make a book because growing up in this age means we don't necessarily need a physical copy of something to know about it, or to experience it. The majority of the experiences we have now are through a screen. Beyond just the idea of having a physical object, I think there is something especially engaging about the book form — having the control to flip back to front or front to back, to go directly to specific pages and not have to deal with the forced sequence, holding one spread open and going through the book to pick out another it may remind you of. I like the definitiveness, that it contains only what was put inside its covers and will never be more than that, that it can act as its own isolated collection and object independently from its creator or subjects.



    In such an image-saturated culture, what can you say about influence? Is it hard to distinguish between original and influenced ideas? I always return to that Basquiat quote “Influence is not influence. It’s simply someone’s idea going through my new mind.”

    I like that quote. It's not framed in the terms of “stealing” like the ever-quoted Picasso saying. I think anyone who is a maker relies to some degree on the re-interpretation of the world around them, and the things they see and interact with on an everyday level. As an image-maker in such an image heavy time, I feel acutely aware of that. I think influence is a necessary step in process of making, and a greatly diverse and rewarding step at that.

    It is how that influence manifests itself in the work that matters. If an influence affects only aesthetic style, or surface qualities, it's probably not a very rewarding influence, especially because the end result of that equation leaves the artist with nothing less than a cheap variation — a knockoff. The influences that affect how you approach a subject matter or medium in a certain way, or change how you see the world or various aspects of everyday life, those are the worthwhile influences. An influence should act like a lens toward a new perspective not a diagram to be followed. 



    What are you working on currently? 

    I'm gearing up for summer right now. I hope to be traveling a lot and taking pictures all along the way. As far as making work, I've just been shooting during my day-to-day life mostly. I've been interested most in our relationship with artifice, our relation to the natural world, and how those two things completely surround us and interact with each other.



    How do you balance personal projects and client work?

    Most of the time with client work it's pretty clear what the final outcomes will be. I know what I need and how much I need of it. My personal work has always been more fluid wherein I kind of just keep shooting and editing groupings until I'm somewhere I like.


    What about juggling school and work? Are you doing a lot more "real work" than most of your classmates?

    This semester it ended up being almost all school and a little work. My mindset is that if I'm in school, paying for it, I should commit and not distract myself. But yeah, I definitely have much more work experience than most of my classmates. There are a few kids I know that are similar self-starters, but for the most part it's pretty foreign to most kids. They don't understand what I do.



    What goals do you have for the rest of 2013?

    I'd really like to expand my work into doing more editorial style work — not fashion editorials, but shooting real stories. I have a huge amount of interest in the forces that shape our culture, societies, and planet. Everything from environmental concerns and issues, through technological advancements that are changing the way we relate to each other and function within the world, to ideas of production and consumption and the dissonance created by that system in its current model.


     


    Who is on your top-5 "want to photograph" list? What about places?

    I don't really shoot a lot of people, so I'm having trouble trying to think of even one person. I guess I'm not in that mindset right now. I'd probably really get into shooting other artists; if they were people I really admired that would be the most interesting. As far as places: everywhere really. There are some places on my list solely for their beauty: Iceland, Patagonia, Peru, China etc. But I'd also like to work in the forgotten places, the places we try to sweep under the rug. Places we don't want to think about. It's important to bring the plight of all the other humans we share the planet with into the mind's eye of our comfortable lives.



    You’ve developed a significant Tumblr following over the years. Is Tumblr good, bad, or neither for photography, young photographers? 

    Probably some of both. I think it's an effect that mainly stems from the internet itself. Tumblr is the tool we're using right now but it was Facebook and Myspace before that. Tumblr offers its own individual services and functionalities. I think the overwhelming good aspect is the ability of an individual to be able to build their own audience and use that as leverage to work their way into the professional world. Now you don't need a PR and marketing budget. You can create your own hype. This is all helped through the greater access to things like online portfolios, blogs, and the instant global networking ability offered by the internet.


    The bad is more of a wish-wash. For one, there's a ton of photos now, more than ever. I'm sure you know. That brings up all kind of problems: What does it mean to make an image now? What does it mean when you take a photo of something? What is the value of a photo? What function does the photo serve? You could go on and on and obviously way deeper. There's also the issue of sourcing and crediting. Again, this stems from the nature of the internet. Someone will probably post an image you made without your permission or credit, but watermarks are ugly, so please just no. There's a big handful of problems Tumblr/Internet has caused for photography but I really would rather just make new work instead of think about the bad. Another awesome thing I forgot was the ability now to look at so much awesome work; back through the history of photography but also like right now. Tumblr specifically is a great tool when it comes to being able to see new work regularly from people you really admire just by following them.



    On the lighter side, how was it seeing your photo on billboards and cabs around NYC [in Gant Rugger’s “Team Americano” campaign] ?

    It was totally weird. My one regret is never riding in one of the cabs.



    Props too for keeping the price point [of the book] affordable

    Yeah, keeping the price as low as possible was one of the main goals.

    I’ve Got Nothing to Say is available from Done to Death Projects for $25 


  • Novosti: Love & Lashes

    I've been listening to Novosti's Love & Lashes almost daily since I saw them perform the new album in its entirety last month. It's hard to pick just one song to share from the album because the tracks flow together cohesively, but "Gold" is the most pop influenced song on the disc and provides a nice uptick before the record's more somber descent. The album has been garnering Novosti increasing attention since its release and the Portland duo is currently planning a summer tour to bring their nuanced rock to the East Coast. Angelo


  • Hanson: Mmmhops Beer

    Hanson, apparently the most good-natured band on the planet, released a beer this weekend in conjuction with Hangover 3 called "Mmmhops." Let that sink in, because it's most definitely the greatest beer name that's ever existed. Hopefully this beer takes off and becomes a staple of college parties everywhere. How great would it be to see a keg of Mmmhops at the Alpha Nu Nu Pi Chi party instead of plain ol' Bud Light? If you're of age and curious to try the beer, it looks like Mmmhops is in production and will be available to the public soon. Perfect to sip out by the pool while listening to your Middle of Nowhere CD on a boombox and wearing those daisy barrettes you love so much. —Katie


  • Hilarious People: Maria Bamford

    If you've been watching Arrested Development this weekend, then you'll recognize Maria Bamford as (SPOILER ALERT!) Tobias's buddy Debris from the methadone clinic, but prior to AD, Bamford was making us laugh all on her own. A zillion years ago, she had a great stand-up special on Comedy Central Presents (clip below!), and then a little more recently, she made her own show called The Maria Bamford Show, and it is totally weird and hilarious and a great way to pass the time if you're planning to sit on your butt in the AC this summer. —Katie


  • Nail Art with Floss Gloss: Round Two

    Janine and Aretha from Floss Gloss are back! Using inspiration from the Bazaaaaar Pop-Ups in L.A. and NYC, and products from our site, the duo has created three unique and easy-to-follow tutorials to get your nails on-trend just in time for summer. It's Round Two and we're even more excited than last week to try this out in the office! If you missed last week's nail art, make sure to try it out here!


    Janine: "This week I was inspired by the Della x UO Strapless Romper.



    The thing I love most about Africa Prints, which I mentioned last week, is that they are so organic in nature. So for any nail art skill level there really is no "wrong." I loved the heavy opaque dots in the rompers print. This is quick and hot nail art look. Perfect for time-conscious nail art babes.

    The Polish:  
    I used Floss Gloss Ltd Pro Nail Lacquer in Bassline, Glowstar, Wavepool, and Con Limon for the base colors (all colors are available here). I used Partybruise and Glowstar for the accent dots with my dotting tools and topped it off with Gloss top coat. Dotting tools can be purchased at local beauty supply, but also be found or made easily at home, for example: ballpoint pen, top of a dressmaking pin, toothpick, etc... get creative! 

    Glowstar

    Wavepool

    Con Limon


    The Steps:


    First, basecoat all nails—always!!



    For base color I've been obsessed with this mini french-tip-inspired nail—it's quick, easy and chic. I love wearing this alone in multiple colors when I'm in a rush and have bare nails or with nail art. Just apply a short swipe of the base color with the nail polish brush leaving half of your nail natural. Like last week, I chose to do a multi-hued mani. This adds more variety and color! You can stop here and choose to top coat or continue with nail art. 




    I used the lid to a jar for my pallet and dropped a bit of polish in each shade I'd be dotting with. 



    Begin dotting at the tip of the nail on the base color. A lot or a little—it's up to you. I chose to add more at the tip and work my way back to the cuticle adding dots sparingly to give a gradient effect. Play with multiple dotting colors, in different shades or glitter. Play with a full nail of base color, vary the size of dots, or add less... the possibilities are endless! Repeat on the other hand for a full mani or just play with various fingers.




    Finished! The result is a printed mani, sure to catch the eyes of all of your BFFs.



    Shop Floss Gloss and make sure to check back next week for Round Three!

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