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Yarlen Rolls Out of Bed Looking This Good

Fashion Breakdown: Jacket and bag from a pile of clothes her mom was donating; tank top from Fruit Of The Loom (men's); spandex tights by American Apparel; boots: "I have no clue"; watch is a Casio calculator watch from the thrift store; lipstick is Diva from MAC.

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Name: Yarlen Ferreira

Occupation: Make-up artist and musician

Who did your tattoos? My friend Chico from Marked For Life.
What inspired this look? I rolled out of bed and found this on top of the pile.
Any influences in fashion? Its not a big deal to me at all. I like comfort. Make-up on the other hand...
What are your favorite brands? MAC and Make Up For Ever

Spotted at the Lifted party at Blackbird Ordinary

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