My face is still defrosting after this ski trip, in which I skied for a grand total of 1 hr this morning in 12 degree weather and said fuck this and stormed inside.
A mood, circa 2015.
Missin' this cutie patootie every single day! 👯♀️👯♀️👯♀️ @krisssayb
Fun #florals at the @nyxcosmetics event last month in NYC! 🌸🌸🌸 ———————————————————————— #writersofinstagram #beautyevent #tablescape #pinkroses #nyxcosmetics
🔥Hot off the press🔥—my latest blog post is up on The Daley Dose! 31 Things Publicists Wish Editors and Writers Knew. From comments about event invites to honest feedback, to the importance of social media and more, I think this one is worth a read! Link in bio! ______________________________________________________ “It’s not you…it’s your publication. As much as a publicist might have a great relationship with an editor, it’s not always a fit for our client’s opportunity. Good publicists don’t do mass pitch blasts or mass event invites or mass mailers, we target opportunities so that we’re not bombarding editors with every single pitch that may not be relevant to your publication. Even if we worked with you all the time for a client while you were at a certain publication, if you change jobs, that might change what we can strategically offer (especially when it comes to press trip invites and exclusive interviews). Please don’t take it personally, we can’t always invite/offer everyone everything!” – Beauty Publicist, 27 “TBH, we need editors/writers way more than they need us. It’s a fact. But, that doesn’t mean that PR should be taken for granted when it comes to media. Nothing is worse than an editor/writer who is full of themselves and only features luxury brands or brands that spend thousands of dollars to take them on unnecessary trips. Be open to trying out the new up and coming brands/experts who do not have celebrities or an influencer behind them—they could be diamonds in the rough.” – Beauty Publicist, 29 “I don’t think [having a big social media presence] helps with building relationships, but it does determine some of our mailers. We know specific editors who never post, so often we wouldn’t send them the creative delivery because we do need to provide some ROI to our client and it makes it impossible without any email response or social sharing.” - Publicist, 31