Skye high let your hair bling

Pop and R&B songstress Jus­tine Skye is the name on ev­ery­one’s lips. Lis­ten up! Meet the lat­est way to wear jew­ellery.

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Any ris­ing mu­si­cian who can get celebs like Ken­dall and Kylie Jen­ner and Tyga to at­tend his or her show must have some stel­lar abil­ity. Such is the case for singing sen­sa­tion Jus­tine Skye, 20, whose head­lin­ing per­for­mance at The Roxy Theatre in Los An­ge­les last De­cem­ber drew a se­ri­ously star-stud­ded crowd. “The girl is gen­uinely ta­lented and just so cool. Her voice is the sick­est thing I’ve ever heard,” ex­claims Ken­dall, who also hap­pens to be her close friend. “I’m not even bi­ased right now – she’s dope.” At­lantic Records thought so too when they signed Jus­tine in 2013 af­ter hear­ing her dis­play her vo­cal chops on Youtube and Tum­blr. “I’ve re­leased EPS since then,” says the chanteuse, who has col­lab­o­rated with Tyga and Vic Mensa, and is now work­ing on her first al­bum. Al­though Jus­tine de­clares she’s still dis­cov­er­ing who she is as an artist, the con­stant vibe on all of her tracks thus far has been a med­ley of R&B, hip hop, reg­gae and pop sounds – topped o“ with pow­er­ful vo­cals that nail slow jams as well as up­beat dance grooves. Rock on! This year’s Coachella and Rock­ing the Daisies-in­spired trend: hair jew­ellery. Al­ready spot­ted on Ri­hanna, Rita Ora and street-style stars ev­ery­where, pretty hair adorn­ments have a way of mak­ing ev­ery­one look like a de­light­ful wood­land nymph. The trick is to keep it ca­sual, so don’t over-style your hair; you don’t want to look too bri­dal or like you’re go­ing to a kid’s birth­day party.

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