Bridget Satterlee

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Ever dreamt of working in a foreign country? For Bridget Satterlee, her summer was just that–  she was flown across the pond to work in London with The Hive Agency. For many models, a summer abroad working is an excellent way to meet new photographers and brands, taking their image and international experience to the next level. Naturally, we’ve been eagerly checking our computers for updates and check-ins on her progress. Here’s what we’ve learned so far:

Bridget has worked with internationally known photographer Claire Rothstein, whose work has graced the cover of Harper’s Bazaar, as well as lauded editorial photographer Andres De Laura, whose credits include fashion powerhouses Bazaar, L’Officiel, ELLE, and Vogue Magazine. She’s shot some video with ultra-popular British brand, Missguided and even a top-secret editorial with beautiful pastel wigs for an ‘undisclosed’ top UK print Magazine (guesses, anyone?). Last but not least, Bridg shot with sought-after London photographer Constance Phillips, whose clients have included American Apparel and Kangol.

To make this all a little easier for you to envision, we’ve compiled some of our favorite images from Bridget’s stay in London. We don’t know about you, but we’ll be mentally face swapping ourselves into all of them… a girl can dream, right? linebreak

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Check out Bridget’s portfolio and follow her on Instagram.

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This feature was originally posted on Populartv.com.

See Nous Models’ Bridget live the SoCal dream.

Have you ever been star struck?
For my 12th birthday, I went to my first concert fourth row center stage for Jesse McCartney. Katy Perry opened for him and it was one of the best nights for me as a little girl! I had the biggest crush on him! Plus, the security let me move to the first row and we made eye contact.

What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever had to wear for a shoot?
So far I haven’t had to shoot with something too crazy, but the weirdest thing I’ve ever had to wear at a shoot was probably fern fronds around my neck.

What’s the band you’re dying to join?
The band I thought would be fun to be a part of is A Tribe Called Quest. I listen to a lot of solo artists but if I had to chose a group they’d be my favorite. They have an original rap sound that draws me to their music.

See the rest of the editorial below.

Photography – Isa Wipfli

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Follow the Models:

Alexis Ren / Ashley Moore / Bridget Satterlee / Cat Haave / Danielle Herrington / Diane Murtha / Faith Picozzi

Grace Lynn / Lyzy Adler / Maitlyn Simmons / Naty Belmont / Paige Watkins / Sakura Heffron / Sydney Schafer

It’s Fri-YAY! Get your shop on when you click over to AgaciStore.com for some seriously seductive weekend attire. With everything from the #LBD to the #LWD and everything in between, this all black-and-white collection will have you ditching your sartorial woes and daydreaming about your next night out. Because, you can never go wrong with the classics!  Shop the lookbook for a boost of print-mixing courage (yes, you can totally pull this off), and then get a little wild putting your own spin on things.  Crop tops and pencil skirts, blazers and shorts- it’s all fair game with these dynamic duos. So toss your seasonal florals and get on board with this timeless, no-fail trend.

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Alexis Ren / Bridget Satterlee / Diane Murtha / Faith Picozzi / Fo Porter / Greta Jimenez 

Lyzy Adler / Maggimae / Paige Watkins / Sakura Heffron / Tereza Kacerova / Zeda Navarro

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This article was originally posted on Byrdie.com

We love our smoky eyes sparkly. We love our smoky eyes metallic. And we love our smoky eyes in every color of the rainbow. However, none of those looks are exactly daytime-appropriate. But when we hear the words “smoky eye” we can’t help but reach for the black eyeliner and silver shadow—the heart wants what it wants, right? To help remedy this “more is more” approach we’ve grown accustomed to, we called in celebrity makeup artist Lauren Andersen. Andersen assured us we can translate our love of the sultry smoky eye into a much more daytime-friendly version that’s just as captivating.

Keep reading to see how it’s done!

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Before

Before you begin your smoky eye, make sure you have groomed brows to frame your face.

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Step One: Lid Shadow

Using a large eye shadow brush, press a slightly shimmery, light taupe color,

like the one from Dior’s 5-Colour Eyeshadow palette in Montaigne,

into the center of your lid. Then, flip the brush to soften it at the crease,

and push the color into your lower lash line as well.

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Step Two: Crease Shadow

Using a darker brown shadow, take a blending eye shadow brush

and swirl the color in small circles into the outer corner.

Create a little more depth by blending it up into the crease.

Resist the urge to take this step into your typical night-out application.

Andersen says it’s always better to start with less, and build up as needed.

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Step Three: Liner

With eyeliner, Andersen says you want to define the eyes, but not see the liner.

Start at outer corner and use short strokes right at the base of the lash line.

As you work in toward the inner corner, make your strokes even lighter.

Then, grab the flat brush you used earlier and smudge it in.

We defined both upper and lower lash lines, but that choice is all yours.

Just skip the waterline for daytime. We used Urban Decay’s 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Roach, a cappuccino color.

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Step Four: Mascara

Day or night, no smoky eye is complete without curled lashes and a healthy dose of mascara.

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Done!

And when in doubt, blend. A daytime smoky eye should be blended out to a soft, hazy finish.

When you can’t blend anymore, you’re done!

See more beauty tutorials on Byrdie.com.
Photographer: Justin Coit
Makeup Artist: Lauren Andersen
Hairstylist: Gregory Russell

Manicurist: Barbara Warner

Producer: Jenna Peffley

Take a look at Bridget’s portfolio and follow her on Instagram.

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Happiness, a brand known for having THE most adorable social media photos, launched a new collection at Kyle by Alene Too in Beverly Hills last Friday night. A few Nous Models have shot for the brand as of late, so when we got the invite to attend, we RSVP’d: TOTES. Not only did we have a super-fun time, we got to learn more about the brand and what they’re about. Here’s the rundown:

5 Reasons to Live in HAPPINESS

1. Happiness was born out of love (literally). It all started in 2007 on the first day of classes at FIDM, when two students met, fell in love, and teamed up their complementary degrees in Merchandise Marketing and Merchandise Product Development to create a clothing brand that would bring their vision of Happiness to life.

2. It’s family-style. Both Eiman and Michael (now married) have brought in their siblings and parents into the business; with the Hamza’s taking care of business in LA while the Scarpellinis are holding down the fort in Milan. Talk about goals!

3. If you don’t want to #SpreadHappiness, you should probably reevaluate some things. Um, hello!? Why wouldn’t you want to wear something that makes people happy? Imagine it now: it’s a sad, rainy day. You get up, put on your snuggly “Positive Vibes Only” sweatshirt and mentally prepare yourself for the gloomy day ahead. Except as you go about your day, people see the casual reminder on your threads, and they smile. Seeing their delight, you smile back at them. Now everyone’s smiling. It’s a no-brainer. Look cool, feel good and #spreadhappiness.

4. Athleisure is the new black. Well not really, but we think you get what we mean. Gone are the days (re:nights) that required you to wear bodycon dresses and high heels to be party-ready. This is 2015, afterall. We’re all professional multitaskers now. We can be cool, confident AND comfortable all at the same time. You don’t even have to take our word for it, it’s Gigi Hadid-approved.

5. You’ll find Bridget, Holly, and Lauren smiling back at you from ShopHappiness.com. I mean, we may be a little biased here, but our girls not only look the best, they are the best IRL. Just trust us when we say these are three of the coolest, kindest, Happiest girls you’ll ever meet. No false marketing here.

 

Check out our pics from the event, and some of our favorite pieces from the collection:

Shop more Happiness here.

Bridget Satterlee / Holly Hicks / Lauren Johnson

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This article reposted from Byrdie.com.

Most people’s thoughts on lip liner fall into one of two camps: Duh—I’ve totally got this or No way—I would have no idea what I’m doing. Either way, we’re guessing you’re not using this technique. Shown to us by celebrity makeup artist Lauren Andersen, this method is simple and effective. You’ll get a perfectly even shape every time, and it only takes four steps.

Keep reading to find out how it’s done!

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Step 1: Place your pencil at the highest point of your Cupid’s bow.

Draw a diagonal line extending down from that point, following your lip line.

Do the same thing on the other side to create an X in the center of your top lip.

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Step 2: Starting from the top of your X, draw a line down toward the inner corner of your mouth.

Andersen says to sketch the line so you can adjust as you go—don’t attempt to do it in one swoop.

Then, do the same thing on your bottom lip.

Start from the inner corner, and sketch the line out just to the center of your lip.

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Step 3: Repeat step two on the other side.

When applying the liner, Andersen says to be sure you’re using the pencil

right on top of your natural lip line (a sharp pencil helps with this).

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Step 4: Fill in with lipstick. Andersen likes to use a lip brush for this step

to blend the liner and lipstick together.

Done!

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Photographer: Justin Coit
Makeup Artist: Lauren Andersen
Hairstylist: Gregory Russell
Manicurist: Barbara Warner
Producer: Jenna Peffley

Take a look at Bridget’s portfolio and follow her on Instagram.