This Brit babe hit it big in 2012 after signing with one of the industry’s biggest players – Models1. Jena Goldsack is a barefaced beauty and self-confessed ‘free bird’ who leads a jet set lifestyle, living between New York + London.  She’s been featured in some of the world’s biggest magazine editorials + has recently starred in a sweet perfume campaign with Italian brand Trussardi. We can’t get enough of this girl + her to die for eyebrows – watch out Cara!

Follow Jena on Insatgram @jenagoldsack

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We’ve noticed a new festival trend emerging this summer, along with flower garlands and body gems galore, temporary tattoos are the new big thing, appearing on every field, park and dance floor this season. You can get the look now with these metallic beauties from Seekers Of Sun, exclusively sold at Missguided!

How to do it…

1. Cut out the desired tattoo and remove the plastic layer

2. Place the tattoo print down on the area of the body you wish it be transferred on to

3. Dampen a cotton pad or cloth

4. Delicately rub the damp cloth over the transfer for 30 seconds

5. Carefully remove the paper to reveal your festival ready temporary tattoo!

How to work it…

Be inspired with more ways to work the look over on Instagram x

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Festival fever is in full swing and we were lucky enough to head down to Lovebox in sunny London this weekend! Bang in the middle of the heatwave, the temperatures were sky high and the atmosphere was incredible, it felt more like we were in the Bahamas than Bethnal Green! But of course the music was the main reason we were there and it didn’t disappoint, with performances from MNEK, Kiesza, headliners Chase & Status and our personal favourite,  Katy B, who got the crowds going crazy.  We’re going to brighten up our Monday morning by blasting ‘Broken Record’ through our headphones and relive the moment!






Can we do it all again this weekend?x

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Whether you’re wearing them to keep your hair out of the way whilst sunbathing, or to keep your hair tame under your winter hats, the cornrow braid is a trend that will be hot all summer and continue throughout Autumn/Winter.

 Unfortunately, not all of us have a hair stylist to help us out every morning like Ms Jenner who has been seen rocking the braid style several times. So, how easy is it to do a cornrow braid? Well, watch the step-by-step video that Vogue put together below that makes it all just look so easy.

 We know what we’ll spend our time doing this weekend…

 Tip: This look works best with 2-4 braids. Just try your hardest to stay away from the Katie Price circa 2004 look.

Tips for Cornrow Hair

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How to cornrow hair

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We have yet again been blown away by Brazilian beauty Luma Grothe as we discover she is the face of DSquared2 spring campaign looking more incredible than ever before – and that’s not all.. Luma is taking over even more magazine covers and storming catwalks across Europe, USA and South America.

Luma’s list of clients continues to grow ever more impressive – which now includes Lilly Sarti, Grey Magazine and Julien Macdonald – and it’s no surprise she is so sought after with her strong features, sweet personality and a body to die for.

We couldn’t be prouder of our girl for all she has achieved so far and can’t wait to see what she’s up to next – go Luma!

DSquared 2 – SS14

Grey Magazine – Italy SS14

Triton – SS15

Julien Macdonald – FW14/15

Barneys – March14

Cushnie et Ochs F/W14

Nicole Miller – F/W14

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We are LOVING Two Shoes One Pair blogger Naomi’s killer festi-cool style. Naomi pairs a full-length kimono with a colourful tie dye playsuit and fun accessories for a young, wild ’n’ free look.

Blogger Styling for festivals

Two Shoes One Pair Wears Missguided

How to dress for a festival

Two Shoes One Pair Wears Missguided for Festival

Bloggers wearing Missguided

Festival Styling for summer 2014

Two Shoes One Pair Festival Styling

Festival Style by Bloggers

Blogger Festival Styling

What to Wear to A Festival in 2014

Photography by Greg Sutton (Workhorse Pictures)

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Twitter: @greg_sutton_

Shop the Look: Missguided Tropical Maxi KimonoMissguided Open Back Playsuit and Circle Glasses in Baby Pink

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Hey girls, I’m Eleanore and I work on the Blogger Outreach Team here at Missguided HQ.

I never leave the house without my lippy on, I feel naked without it.  My childhood hero was the one and only Gwen Stefani, who in my eyes was the queen of red lips! So over the course of a working week I tested out 5 lipsticks from our rad makeup range.

Day One


how to choose a lipstick

Barry M lip paint in pink sparkle> Shop here > £3.99

This is not a colour I would usually go for but I loved it.  It’s really easy to apply as the colour isn’t too strong, it stayed on until mid-afternoon which is pretty good and didn’t clump.  Overall, it’s a great summer’s day shade for wearing with floral prints and summer dresses. Team with a dark eye to make it a little less girly.

Day Two

choosing the right lipstick for your tone

how to choose the right red lipstick

Barry M lip paint pillar box red> Shop here >£3.99

I loved the colour of this lipstick.  This is not a tram/car lipstick because you have to concentrate pretty hard putting it on.  It didn’t last as long as the first lipstick,  lunch time was the death of this one but still I’d say it’s the perfect night out lippy with your LBD and some killer heels.

Day Three

how to choose the right lipstick

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Rimmel London lasting finish colour rush lipstick in I want> Shop here > £5.49

Surprisingly, this was my favourite lipstick of the week.  The colour is so vivid and really eye-catching. It’s perfect for summer or at festivals as it stayed on all day and night!! I woke up the next day and still had a little tint on my lips. The pencil makes is so easy to apply too. The only downside is that it did dry my lips out slightly, but mixed with some gloss and it was perfection.

Day Four

choosing the right lipstick

how to choose the right lipstick for your tone

Barry M lip paint in cranberry red  > Shop here > £3.99

I loved the darker tone of this lipstick. It’s got a sexy siren kinda feel. It would look great if used as an ombre effect or with gloss applied over the top. It didn’t survive past lunch time and was pretty hard to apply so I would suggest a lip liner with this one.  I think it would look hot with a done up shirt, skinny jeans and heels.

Day Five

Testing lipstick

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Rimmel London apocalips lip lacquer in big bang> Shop here > £5.99

This one has an incredible colour!! This is the Linx effect lipstick, guys will be dropping at your feet with this one. It’s the Sandy in Grease moment, and the Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone moment in Gangsta squad. Its high shine and high impact.  Just keep an eye on your lips, it could be all over you face pretty quickly as it was with me. I would suggest getting the excess off with a little tissue after applying and maybe don’t eat while wearing. Strictly sexy glances and sultry smiles.

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Missguided now deliver on Sunday

It’s hard to think Sunday’s could get any better but they just did and here’s how…

Ever wished you could receive your favourite Missguided pieces direct to your door any day of the week?

Well guess what, now you can!

Sunday delivery is available NOW in the UK! Simply order by 3pm on Saturday* to have it in your hands on Sunday. The best part is that it’s only £6.00 so you can still afford that pair of shoes to finish off your perfect outfit.

Here at Missguided we love fast fashion and if we see it we want it there and then, so when we heard this was coming we got a whole lot excited. Say goodbye to those lazy Sundays and get ready to work your own fashion show every day of the week!

Shop now

*T&C’s: UK only.  Order before 15:00 GMT Saturday to receive on Sunday. Order after 15:00 GMT on Saturday until 21:30 GMT Sunday and delivery will be Monday.  Postcode restrictions apply.

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Wanna look like you’ve just stepped off a flight back from your holidays? Check out our top tips on how to get that Bahama mama look and dress to make the most of it!

How to Tan in Summer

Tanning tip – If you’re out partying this weekend, start your prep early!

For the ultimate medium toned tan, all you need is a St. Moriz Medium Mousse and a slick of the St. Moriz Instant Wash Off Body Tan before you start getting ready to really enhance your glow – whilst keeping your look chic and natural. Keep your tan fresh by moisturising daily with an oil free moisturiser to make your look last. Double check you’ve moisturised top-to-toe before you apply your tan, paying attention to the danger zones – aka wrists, elbows, ankles, knees and feet – anywhere that may be dry and make your fake tan obvious! Remember – let moisturiser fully sink in before you apply any tan to avoid major streakage!

Tanning for summer

Nail tip – Choose a warm toned pink or purple, when you’ve got a subtle matte golden glow you can go OTT on the nail art!

Clothes – Lighter shades can accentuate tanned skin, like warm pale shades of brown, light blues, pinks and purples. We’re loving the Sienna Slinky Crossover Back Midi Dress – the perfect shape for showing off tanned limbs. Avoid gold tones and shades of tan as they blend in with golden skin.

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Visa Lom is the badass chick behind the blog 1 Fine Dai. Her killer style gives us serious wardrobe envy and we’re obsessed with her monochrome vibes. We wanted to know more about the babe behind the blog so got in touch to discuss all things blog-related… 

Hi Visa! We totally love your look and check in on the blog on a daily basis. So tell us, what’s the story behind 1 Fine Dai?

It started out as a place to keep a log of all my outfits, just as an archive to look back through.

 Can you sum up your blogs content in one sentence?

The content mainly focuses on OOTDS and product reviews.

 Where did the name 1 Fine Dai come from?

It was completely random and I just stuck with it. 

Do you find it hard to juggle your blogging with work and social life?

Somewhat, but I try not to let it affect my life by only blogging when I have the time, or when I really feel the need to.

Where does you outfit inspiration come from?

A lot of it comes from tumblr, and of course fellow bloggers. 

What social media platforms do you think works best for blogging and increasing followers?

When I started out I found that blogger was the best platform for blogging, due to its relative ease of use. I also found Tumblr to be a great platform to complement my blog by increasing the potential reader pool and increasing followers. 

What’s the most challenging thing about blogging for you?

Finding the time to do so and figuring out new ideas to keep the blog fresh and interesting. 

What’s the biggest perk to blogging?

Building relationships with other bloggers. It’s really rewarding when you can connect with others who share the same interests.

 Can you give us a few tips on blog photography?

Good lighting and learning what conditions work best for your camera are crucial. Photo editing is also a must if you don’t have the best of cameras. 

What’s the one piece in your wardrobe you couldn’t live without?

As cliché as it is, it’s gotta be a pair of black skinny jeans. They can be worn and styled in so many different ways.


What’s the one beauty product you couldn’t live without?

Sunscreen, since I am pretty sensitive to the sun!

Why do you think blogging is becoming so popular?

I think it’s because the Internet, along with social media has become more prevalent, making blogging one of the best outlets to share personal opinions and ideas. 

How do you cope with negative feedback or comments on social networking sites?

If it’s constructive, I take it into consideration and see where I could make positive changes. If the comments are not constructive, I just move on. I think its best to not dwell on it.

What advice would you give to aspiring bloggers?

Blog because you enjoy it. And don’t feel discouraged if you don’t have as many readers or visitors as you’d like or expect. 

Visa x

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