Anonymous asked: Any hairstylist recommendations in Hawaii?
Everyone stylish that I know goes to Holly at Salon Reve, or anyone at Salon Blanc. Blanc can run a bit pricier…
Anonymous asked: where should i go for cyber monday?
I’ve been sort of neglecting my inbox so I may not be the best person to ask… feel free to let me know of any sales you think I should check out that I’ve missed!
Overstock.com - Sales on sales on everything from furniture to appliances
Karmaloop.com - Already having a generous BlackLight Weekend special sale, but will also have WebCam Girl Monday with cybercam models trying on clothes and giving away gift codes
ShopNastyGal.com - Had a brief 40% off all black clothes on Black Friday which was great and I missed, so I’m sure they’ll have something on Monday as well
SSENSE.com - 50% off on a site full of designer labels and brands is really great. Potential to save thousands on quality pieces here. Lanvin, Saint Laurent, Kenzo etc…
BoutiqueToYou.com - 25% off sitewide
LastCall.com - Neiman Marcus Last Call, which is already discounted since this is the department stores sale site, is 40% off everything and 60% off clearance.
Gap.com - 40% off thru Monday
Solestruck.com - Tiered sale thru the weekend
Anonymous asked: Ideal first date?
I’m not really dating right now, but if I were…
I’m not terribly picky, and I’m also not the type of girl who sits around fantasizing about the perfect date and the perfect wedding. I’m a foodie so I would enjoy eating at a nice (read: nice, not *necessarily* fancy) restaurant or somewhere new that a notable chef just opened, and maybe going to see a movie after. Not above dinner + a movie. An activity would also be fun… taking me to do something that I’ve never done before or go somewhere that I’ve never been. A museum? A gun range? I’m game.
I think as long as it doesn’t feel like a cookie-cutter date formula that you use with every girl, and as long as we have chemistry, then I’ll enjoy it.
(In the series How I Met Your Mother, the main character Ted takes this girl on a two-minute date that was actually just p e r f e c t)
Anonymous asked: thanks for the info <3<3<3
No problem, feel free to email me if you need help booking anything email@example.com
Anonymous asked: show us that booty. you look smoking hot girl.
Hahah you show me yours, I show you…
(Jk no dick pics please ! Lol!)
Anonymous asked: We will be there for a whole week. Budget would be in the $$$$.
Oh how fun, you’re going to be exhausted!
This is what I would do…
Sunday: Lavo Nightclub for DJ Vice. It’s a more boutique club— super cute. He plays some open format, it’s good to get hip hop when you can since LV is so house music dominant.
Monday: Marquee Nightclub industry night
Tuesday: Hyde Nightclub at the Bellagio, for a great view of the fountains and the Eiffel Tower. Another small, boutique type club. or 1Oak, if you want to get a little “ratchet.”
Wednesday: Light Nightclub industry night, new monster club and Cirque themed
Thursday: Tao Nightclub
Friday: Hakkasan Nightclub or XS Nightclub, two monster clubs
Saturday: Marquee Nightclub, maybe Drais afterhours depending on how crazy you’re getting
Or if you grow tired of the club scene, go to Downtown Las Vegas and hit up some bars. Insert Coin is a cool little video game bar. Commonwealth is another cool bar right across the street.
In the daytime, go to the Tea Lounge at the Mandarin Oriental. The spa there is the absolute best, too. Or you can get $20 reflexology in Chinatown, there are countless spots you can go to. Shopping… or go kart racing at the track, if you aren’t too hungover.
Eat at: Raku on Spring Mountain, Monta on Spring Mountain, Heritage Steakhouse at Mirage, Joes Stone Crab + Steak at Ceasars Forums, so many more but I’m having a little blackout right now on my favorite eateries.
Anonymous asked: what are those pictures of your ass for
They aren’t all of my ass, but… I digress. You’ll see, hold on!
Anonymous asked: jordans and a baggy tee shirt and hair tied. still gorgous marry me pls
hahaha if you aren’t proposing to me under fireworks at disneyland or the eiffel tower then I’m just not certain I can commit.
Anonymous asked: I'm from Hawai'i also and want to know how you are able to resist having fake everything (e.g., eyelashes, boobs, hair, etc.). It's strange and somewhat disturbing to me that eyelash extensions, boob jobs, and major hair color changes are increasingly prevalent amongst young women in Hawai'i; I have no interest in any of performing any of these things, but it's hard not to feel out of place. I can imagine the stresses and pressures are intensified in Vegas. How do you stay real and authentic?
Young women in Hawaii- but even more so young women in New York, Cali, Nevada, Texas, Georgia, Florida, etc… I feel pretty comfortable making the generalization that Hawaii is one of the most appreciative states of the “natural looking” woman. That being said, you aren’t wrong about the increasingly prevalent aesthetic shifts happening in all of those areas. Plastic surgery is so common place, made even easier by the fact that most girls can get men to fund them by just fluttering their eyelashes.
Congratulations on having no interest… I wish I could say the same. All of those changes were hard for me to resist back home, and they’re even harder now that I’ve moved to Vegas. The times that I’ve considered a boob job are countless. Nose jobs, lip fillers, drastic hair changes- I’ve considered them all. I know some girls who have had everything you can think of done— things you probably wouldn’t even think of, actually.
I almost feel like this next part of my answer will let you down… I think it’s sort of impossible for someone my age and in this industry to avoid making any changes at all. I’ve found that for me, the best way to create a balance is to make subtle changes (within limit) but in a natural looking way. Does that make sense? To amplify instead of alter, I suppose. I’ve had eyelash extensions but actually prefer false strip lashes, so I use these every time I go to work and occasionally on my off days as well if I feel the need to “dress up.” That being said, I don’t think I do so in a way that looks “fake” or gaudy. Last week my hair “grew” quite a bit but I’m not sure if anyone noticed- I got extensions beaded in. Again, I went with a natural color and I don’t style it in a way that is shocking. It’s fake, like my eyelashes, but I try for a natural look. I’m lucky enough to have friends that ground me. I try to make it home to Hawaii as much as possible because I feel like that, too, grounds me. Questions like this also keep me focused on whats real, so thank you for that~
sidexeffects asked: How is it to work in Vegas. I'm assuming its a huge trip. :0
Ah, well its definitely different from vacationing here. Working in a nightclub anywhere is sort of a trip, but Vegas in particular allows you to see people from all over the world and every walk of life. So thats interesting for sure… And of course, yeah people get wild haha
Anonymous asked: glad to see you're finally gaining weight. you look good bb
I feel like I gained 50lbs haha :x but thanks
Anonymous asked: Hey Lauren, I know you said one of your goals was to open up your own business by the time you're 25 right? I know I don't know you but I feel like you're one of those *rare* people who have that drive to achieve inside them that just won't quit, like it's almost eating you up inside. My goal is also to start my own business, but I know it's a few years in the future before I get there. I get in a rut sometimes thinking of how long it will take. How do you stay focused on your long-term goals?
Ah… I wish I could say that it’s easy but keeping my mind on the long-term is the hardest part for me. In every part of my life I tend to focus on the short term, so it’s a conscious effort for sure. I so often only see whats right in front of me and what I can grasp immediately that I rely on my friends a lot to remind me to be patient and keep me in check. The easiest self motivation I’ve found is to think up a gameplan to the main goal. Even just a “rough sketch” will work. Within that, set mini goals for yourself. In doing this, you’ve created short term goals that will be easy to focus on— and all of these short term goals will lead you to the long term prize.
Anonymous asked: How did you develop your fashion style? I'm trying to find a style that I like and fits me but I'm having a hard time.
Constantly developing. Experiment. Start with timeless basics (white button ups, black dresses, a form fitting blazer or leather jacket) and add personal touches— whatever that may mean for you. Experiment with trends sporadically*. Maybe most of all, try to understand your body type and dress for it***. Took me a while to learn what worked on me. Stylish is a great fit and looking confident in your clothes, instead of letting your clothes wear you. Buy some quality statement pieces. I happen to love a high waist and all black, but if you’re into color and a tee shirt dress looks good on your frame then go for it.