Girls day out with Lamiah!

Spent the day out with a good friend of mine, Lamiah. Lamiah introduces the video with the Kehlani and Party Next Door situation. I later picked Lamiah up and we did girly things such a shopping, getting our nails done, out to a nice Mexican restaurant. Did I mention we found great cheap makeup finds…

Meet this Delightful Desk Attendant 

Junior at the University of Missouri, Amy Hudson, is a desk attendant at the Rollins front desk. Hutson lived in the residence hall her freshman year. Due to lack of transportation, she was looking for an on-campus job. She originally planned on living in a single suite the following year, so when she landed this…

OOTD: Art Show + Pop-Up Shop

This was just a simple outfit that I put together for my friends Art Gallery/Pop-Up Shop embracing neutral colors and expressing them with different pieces. Camouflage Jacket- Village Discount Outlet (Thrift Store) – $4 Well-Off Co: http://www.WelloffclothingCo.com (soon to be released) – $30 Riding Pants – American Apparel (On sale)- $48 Shoes: Charlotte Russe –…

College Fashionista Photoshoot

Sophomore Brea, who is also a Journalism student at Mizzou, interns with a fashion blog site, College Fashionista. College Fashionista highlights students around the world with the latest college fashion styles and trends. I was super excited when Brea reached out for an interview and campus photo shoot! I decided to put together multiple statement…

Waist Training at a fair price.

The history of waist training, also known as waist clinching, traces back to the 1900s. Waist training started being practiced during the Victorian era in Europe and eventually made its way to America. It all began with the invention of the corset, a fitted undergarment that is worn to shape a woman’s figure. If you have…

My Foundation Favorites

In my last post, I took a trip down memory lane and shared my first makeup purchase story. As promised, I am going to share all of my foundation favorites with you all in this post. For starters, I started off using Makeup Forever foundation powder from Sephora. At the time, this foundation powder was…

Story time: My first makeup purchase!

A few weeks before my senior year of high school, my best friend Jasmyn and I decided to take a trip to the mall. I had just gotten a new hairstyle and I wanted to walk into my last year of high school with a completely new look that would “WOW!” all of my friends…

Turning a Yeezy into “ME-ezy”

As promised, this post will be about how one can remix the Yeezy Season 1, 2, and 3 collections and make it their own, at affordable prices! Well for starters, all of Ye’s collections contain nothing but neutral colored looks, as mentioned in my last post. However, I noticed that Yeezy Season 1 collection covered…

Yeezy Season 3

As we all may know, Kanye West has recently debuted his new collection in an epic fashion show plus a listening party for his new album “The Life of Pablo” in Madison Square Garden. The event took place during NYFW (New York Fashion Week) and was titled, “Yeezy Season 3”. Thousands of fans and artists were in…

DIY: Make your own wig under $100

Things you will need: PRODUCT LIST: (all can be found at beauty supply stores or online @ amazon.com + a hair vendor of your choice) Black Weaving Thread Curved Needle Net or Mesh Weaving Cap Wig Head Stand Extensions of your choice Lace closure Wig clips   I prefer to use a lace closure for…

Bargaining for Beginners

Paying for your extensions to be professionally styled can definitely be pocket draining. Over the years getting hair extensions sewn in have been popular by demand by females of all ethnicities. Due to this, hairdressers have the advantage of charging 1-300 dollars, to simply sew in and style extensions for their clients. There was a…

About Moi.

Hey guys! My name is Obehi Imarenezor. I’m a student at the University of Missouri-Columbia, majoring in Broadcast Journalism. I would like to think of myself as a fashion enthusiast. I’m obsessed with thrifting and bargain shopping (HINT, HINT: my name). I am Nigerian, but American-born. I highly value my culture, and I love sharing it…