Because you’ve seen her all over your Instagram and Snapchat, unless you’ve been hiding under a rock…
It’s not surprising that the most influential stylist in the world (seriously, ask The New York Times) launched her own hair care line, but it is surprising (at least to me) that after using her products in my hair, my blow out lasted THREE FULL DAYS. Guys, that NEVER happens for me (see blow out photo after the jump). Aside from the amazing scent of OUAI products, I am now officially obsessed with the quality and how well they work. Naturally, I had to ask Jen three questions…ok, FOUR in this case, cause she’s awesome, and here’s what the stylist to the stars has to say.
I was truly honored to be invited to a lunch last week celebrating the #StigmaFree campaign, a partnership between Philosophy’s hope & grace initiative with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). The national effort focuses on shattering the stereotypes associated with mental health, which is something I think is becoming increasingly important in today’s society. I had the chance to chat with E!’s Catt Sadler, who actively support’s Philosophy’s program, on all things NAMI, beauty and, of course, her best advice to her younger self. P.S., you NEED to follow her on SnapChat (@CattSadler), cause she’s hilarious.
Q: What is your favorite fashion trend for winter 2014?
A: Psychedelic rave prints – bold, colorful brights. The print movement is still going strong and not going away. And that’s fun because you usually only think of prints for spring. And whether it’s fast-fashion or a more high-end item, many of these clothes are in fact washable. Just pop in a Tide Pod – which has brighteners – and your prints will stay protected. Fringe is fun, too. If I was a girl, I would wear fringe all season long!
The Victoria’s Secret supermodel was just named the newest spokesperson for L’Oreal paris, which just makes her even more awesome in my book. Here are three questions with Karlie…
Q: What gives you confidence?
A: I always feel really confident after a great workout. I don’t know if it’s the endorphin’s or the thought of overcoming a challenging, but I love the feeling of challenging my strength and pushing myself.