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A Week of Beauty With Fashion Photographer Hannah Metz

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Welcome to Beauty Diary: Seven days of getting glam with an industry insider. From publicists to professional makeup artists, this is a week in the life of someone who lives and breathes beauty.

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Photographer, illustrator, boutique owner, fashion designer, model, fragrance developer, and makeup artist are all descriptions that could have applied to the Canadian-born Hannah Kristina Metz at one point or another, though you might know her best as a ubiquitous internet presence. Between shooting lookbooks for Samantha Pleet, opening her (soon-to-close, sadly) LA boutique The Loved One, and now, designing an eponymous clothing line, the recent Brooklyn transplant has cultivated quite the online following, thanks to her dreamy, ultra-feminine aesthetic.

We followed Hannah as she plays Exquisite Corpse at her friend Tennessee Thomas' store The Deep End Club, trims her own bangs (then debates seeing a professional), and finds a solution to the invisible-eyelash problem shared by all blondes and gingers: cat-eye eyeliner, everyday.

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