Jason Naylor is an artist, illustrator, and creative director based in Brooklyn, NY.  Jason has his own style that is fun, bright, and creative in his art, I love it.  Every time you see one of his pieces you will see something new and feel something different.  Once you are familiar with his work you will be able to spot it with many fashion and beauty brands.  He has been featured in Vogue Paris, V Magazine, Paper Magazine just to name a few.  He has caught the eye of many fashion houses such as Alexander McQueen and Rodarte collaborating on projects together.  He has worked with beauty brands like MAC Cosmetics, Maybelline, Pat McGrath, Jo Malone and many more.  Another notable project Jason has done is Rhianna’s Fenty Puma collaboration where he help create the logo, packaging design and direction for The Creeper. He’s art ranges from illustration, murals…

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  This foundation brush is everything.  After using this Clarisonic Foundation Brush I don’t want to use anything else to apply my foundation.  I was hesitant about it because when I turned it on it seemed a little aggressive and I didn’t think it would evenly apply my foundation.  I was ready to blend it in with my other beauty tools but as soon as I put it to my face it was gentle and soft and applied my foundation on flawlessly.  It is really incredible.  I also blended in my liquid blush and liquid highlighter and my makeup looked like it was put on professionally.  I’ll tell you that I’m not great at makeup, but after using this brush it makes me feel like a professional makeup artist.  I love it. If you already have any Clarisonic brush you can just buy the attachment it will fit on any…

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We all just want to have fun in the sun but don’t forget your sunblock!  Growing up in California SPF has been part of my daily skincare routine and it definitely helps because recently when I got a chemical peel they had a machine that tells you your skins real age.  Mine was 10 years younger than my actual age and the lady who tested my skin says it only reads up to 10 years younger and that my skin could actually be 12-14 years younger. I will that has a little to do with genes, my skincare routine and that I use SPF everyday since I was five years old.  If you don’t use it everyday, it’s not too late to start.  These are my favorite SPF’s that I have been using recently. I love Coppertone’s Whipped Sunscreen SPF30it feels like a moisturizer when you apply it.  I love…

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