Preparing for the Perfect Headshot

I’ve been a blogger/influencer for the past 8 years and the one thing I’ve failed to do is take a professional headshot.  I have lots of amazing photos but none of them equate to a professional portrait.  Every time I’m asked to provide a headshot by an event organizer I cringe.  I usually skim through whatever I have that’s close to a headshot and provide that. A professional headshot necessary so readers, brands and PR companies and companies have a face to put with the Curves and Confidence brand. With all that in mind, I started to think about what I needed to do to prepare for Winter’s headshot event to ensure my portrait reflects my blog and my personality.  Of course, I am concerned with what I should wear but what about professional makeup?  I reached out to Winter and asked her to provide some tips I could share…

Who What Wear – Ruffle Sleeve Fit & Flare Dress

| Dress – Target (Who What Wear) | Belt – Zara | Shoes – Nine West | Who What Wear I’ve been eyeing the Who What Wear Target collection since it was released in January of 2016.  Until now I didn’t really care for anything.  In my opinion, the designs have improved drastically.   Now I find myself heading to the Who What Wear section every time I’m in Target.  Unfortunately, it’s slim pickings every single time.   So I was really excited to find this simple black ruffled dress.  You can’t ever go wrong with a basic black dress.  I try to avoid wearing super trendy or flashy fabrics at work so this was an awesome find.  I debated with myself about the length of the dress and whether or not it was appropriate for work.  It’s slight shorter then I care for but it’s okay to show a little knee…

Introvert or Nah?

You guys did miss me! Thank you for all the comments and emails I received on my last post.  Y’all are the best. New Job, Who Dis? In my last post, I mentioned I started a new job over the summer.  My new position is very fast-paced and keeps me on my toes.  It also requires me to put on my extrovert hat every day.  Which is completely terrifying as an introvert that struggles with social anxiety. When I accepted this new job I knew I’d be required to interact more at work. However, I had no idea how intense my first couple of weeks would be.  My supervisor did an amazing job of making sure I transitioned into the organization with no issues.  However, when we started the introductions phase, which lasted about three entire days, I had a melt-down every day after work.  I am talking about an…

When Life Happens I promise I didn’t mean to abandon you guys but I started a new job and well…life happened.  My new position is very demanding and it took a few months for me to acclimate myself.  I am finally starting to feel settled in and ready to start…

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I’m sharing #Tide in my life as part of a Tide sponsored series for Socialstars™ If you’ve been following my blog for awhile then you know one thing remains constant, my love for all things black and white. I do enjoy wearing colorful outfits from time to time, like here,…

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