Jasmine Graham

Writer

Location icon United States

Hello!
My name is Jasmine Graham. I've recently graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism with a minor in English. I enjoy about writing about fashion and beauty but I also have a passion for writing cultural and human interest pieces.

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02/24/2019
The 5 Best New York Winter Beauty Essentials | ROOSTERGNN

T here are a lot of great things about winter in New York: gourmet hot chocolates at City Bakery, ice skating in Central Park, and a parade of fabulous cold weather fashion. Unfortunately, it also is a really bad time for skin.

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02/16/2019
How Beauty Influencers Took Makeup to the Next Level | ROOSTERGNN

For the longest time, our knowledge of makeup has been limited to the glossy pages of popular magazines. But in the past few years, social media has completely turned the beauty industry on its head. On platforms like YouTube and Instagram, normal, everyday people can showcase their talents and connect with millions of women and men through makeup.

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02/14/2019
Audrey Hepburn: A Timeless Style Icon | ROOSTERGNN

Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's | Everett Collection Fashion is an ever-evolving industry. Every decade has a defined style - from the circle skirts of the 50s, to the long, flowy dresses of the 70s. Staying relevant in such a revolutionary concept as fashion is not easy.

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02/12/2019
The 6 Hottest 2019 Fashion Trends and How to Wear Them | ROOSTERGNN

With every new year, we have the chance to hit the restart button on everything: from our diets, to our relationships, to our careers. But perhaps, the most necessary change to our lives comes in the form of fashion. The year 2019 has just barely begun, but already new trends are popping up everywhere and turning 2018 on its head.

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12/21/2018
Chanel M├ętiers d'Art Goes to New York: Our Favorite Looks | ROOSTERGNN

For the first time ever, Chanel's M├ętiers d'Art landed in the city of New York. The annual show, which honors the craftsmanship of the brand's specialist workshops, debuted at the iconic Metropolitan Museum of Art. Chanel's creative director, Karl Lagerfeld, made the decision himself, citing the city as a place where nothing is impossible.