Ali Sparks is a It tech, veteran, socialite, and lifestyle blogger. Ali has been active with social media for a while now but is just now starting her YouTube journey. She hopes her various passions and rawness teach, entertain, inspires, and give confidence to others. She currently resides on the east coast and spends most of her time focusing on goals involving school, business, health and creativity. Be sure to sign up for the emailing list so you’re the first to know about new projects.
The Break Down
Benefit Precisely, My Brow
Super thin pencil that allows you to place the product exactly where you intended it.
Mikiwi Mink Eyelashes/ D384/20mm Using Wispy Spikey Dramatic lashes help open and highlight your natural eye shape.
Pixie Wing Eyeliner with inner corner liner
Extends your eye shape both ways.
Inner Corner highlight
Using a light golden eyeshadow and a dense short circle shape brush I popped this in my inner corner to brighten the area and awaken the eyes.
GXVE- Tartan-Merlot Red Liquid Lip
Great red lipstick for warmer/darker tones doesn't come off too pink, blue or highlighty. A very sultry sexy color.
New Favorite Things
Why I love:
Stretchy and Sturdy
Has a lace up style which allows for more give and security
Has matching pieces available such as skirt, panties, and garter
Unique style and details
If you're not into corsets but like the style, there's a T-shirt option
Why I love:
High Quality Vegan Leather and Faux Fur
Varity of iconic styles
Bomb quality for price
Comes in multiple colors
Luxury Bags under $200
Did Social Media KIill The IT Girl?
At a first glance I would definitely agree that IG killed the IT girl because it’s easily obtainable and short lived. Is it’s really a bad thing? I think it’s an idea that’s been watered down. Or has it? When I think about women, I think about how everyone of us is so unique and so powerful. About how we all have a little magic that not all of us are even aware of. I think maybe if we spent more time with ourselves, we'll see how much of IT we all really have.
If you take a look at what a black IT girl is from a social media standpoint, you'll see black wealth from strippers to well-born elitist. In my opinion a rapper's baby momma more than qualifies as a modern-day debutante. But I think to be a real IT girl we need to start looking outside of wealth and into something you cannot buy.