Update: Life in a Face Mask

It’s been a while since I last updated this blog! I started getting busy with work with the October 15 tax deadline, I got a new kitten named Jellybean, and we moved from Fremont to Capitol Hill in Seattle! I might dedicate separate blog posts to the bb kitten and the new apartment. The moving process was the smoothest I’ve ever experienced. Dillon and I were quite diligent in packing according to room and unpacking as much as possible during our first weekend.

I have also been doing photoshoots with photographers again! It’s been so good to pose in front of someone else’s camera again, instead of doing the same rigid self-portraits over and over hehe. Definitely happy to get creative with someone else again, even while masked up and social distancing. I have been doing my own hair and makeup as well, which hasn’t been too bad. I used to do creative eyeshadow looks a LOT in high school, almost daily. From red eyeliner to extended cat wings and shadows to blusher that went from my cheekbones to my lower eyelids (it was a great look, I swear). I’m a lot more toned down these days, opting for normal glamour looks rather than copying the runway, and it’s been fun! Doing my hair early in the morning before a photoshoot takes me back to college, when I would do my hair in clouds of hairspray before game days when I was on the cheer team. I use less hairspray these days, sometimes no hairspray at all as I like when my hair comes undone in looser waves rather than perfect curls a là Victoria Secret Fashion Show.

Anywho, here are just some of my latest works from the past month!

Photography by Zoë Burchard.

Photography by Zoë Burchard.

Photography by Zoë Burchard.

Photography by Zoë Burchard.

Photography by Zoë Burchard.

Photography by Zoë Burchard.

Photography by Sara Ranlett.

Photography by Sara Ranlett.

Photography by Sara Ranlett.

Photography by Sara Ranlett.

I hope you enjoyed this one!  There will be more, different photos on my Instagram feed in the days to come.  I figure a photodump Lite would be easier on readers.

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