10 Stunning Spring Fashion Portraits with Orange Hair


Experimenting with wigs gives you a chance to try bold hues without permanently committing to the color or damaging your hair. Makeup art became a creative outlet during my battle against Hodgkin's Lymphoma in 2013. It helped me redefine beauty beyond the browless, lashless, and bald face. I originally went to school for journalism, learned how to design magazine page layouts, and studied color theory. I did photography as a hobby and modeled briefly.

Tumors overtook the left region of my body. I worked extremely hard for 13 years to build a portfolio, run a model photography network, get published, and collaborate with companies to help amplify their marketing. When diagnosed with cancer, my life dramatically changed. There were numerous appointments a week, 6-hour infusions, tests, traveling, and the side effects from treatments. I was slowly losing myself amid this disease and didn't have a support system to help me get through it. Then I wandered into Sephora one day and felt that curiosity and passion for learning again.

Getting into makeup art helped ignite my creative side and embrace what this disease took from me. I began combining my photography, wardrobe styling, and color theory with beautiful artistry and self-portraits. 

The correct shade of copper paired with these stunning outfits and a floral backdrop created unique, fashion-forward portraits.


Featuring the Tatyana Merlot pencil dress in burgundy with floral lace. $125.00

This beautiful orange curly lolita wig was purchased from Buzz Fashion on eBay.
Circle skirt from Doll Me Up, Inc, and bralette from Yandy








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