“My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style” — Maya Angelou
Jasmine, born and bred in Sactown, lives organically free & embraces her natural beauty with an effortless form of sexy. She believes education is liberation, and seeks freedom through world travel. Jasmine utilizes her marketing career as a platform to fuel her passion. She was created to serve, and thrives off enhancing femininity. Catch her in sunny SoCal, tanning on the beach in coco oil, with a lavender almond milk tea boba in hand.
Hello Lovelies! A few of you have asked me about my morning routine wanting to know what certain things do for the body etc. I wanted to give you some insight here to the goodness I feed my body. I literally try to eat all of my food for a purpose. I eat foods that have a specific cleansing function for the body. The more natural - the better!
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Writer Akwaeke Emezi and Photographer Yagazie Emez. Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, Vogue, February 2018