CapFABB Blogger Spotlight: WebHauteJas

Blog Name: Web Haute Jas
Your Name: Jasmine
Where are you located?
What type of blogger are you?
Fashion/ Nail Art Blogger
How long have you been a CapFABB member and what is your favorite CapFABB memory?
Member since 2011. My favorite CapFABB memory was the last meetup i was able to attend this past June. There were so many new faces, all excited to be there, many had read my blog and had seen my manicures – that was exciting to me! I love that the blog has a voice, an audience and the feedback was excitement!!
If you could give any advice to other bloggers what would it be? OR what advice are you looking for from other bloggers?
I would say, enjoy the ride of blogging! Change the look of your blog often and don’t be afraid to share the real you!
Tell us about yourself…
I am a girly-girl at heart. My fashion sense evolves, I love to try all looks. After all these years I am finally comfortable sharing my talent – nail art & the art of manicuring nails (there is a difference). It has always been a hobby of mine, but I never really thought anyone was very interested. The blog has allowed me to showcase my art form, & what I buy and wear from day to day!
Hidden talent or quirky factoid about yourself…
I love bacon! …its not healthy, but it’s true…
What is your favorite part about living in DC?
The culture clash! When I was younger, we moved around alot because of my fathers job…so I have lived up and down the east coast from florida to upstate new york and in-between…but the DC area is by far my favorite. You get alittle bit of everything here…

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