Glimpsed at Work: Keaira Bright

Keaira Bright believes in being a bit of a risk-taker when approaching fashion. “I'm funky, trendy and edgy,” said the 31-year-old makeup artist at MAC Cosmetics in Harbor East. “The key to great style is having no fear and going with how you feel. Be daring. Be comfortable and confident. Own up to it.” When we spotted the Pikesville resident at work we loved how stood out despite having to wear all black for work. The key was a bunch of fun accessories. It started with her Nine West boots. She paired them with tights and a scarf from <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PRDCAS0000736" title="Lela Rose" href="/topic/services-shopping/clothing-accessories-shoes/lela-rose-PRDCAS0000736.topic">Lela Rose</a>, a black jacket with lace detailing from Macy's, and a black patterned shirt from Express. Her clutch was from DSW. Her earrings were from a beauty supply store. And her cuff was from a networking party. “People always love it,” she said.

( Colby Ware, for The Baltimore Sun / November 30, 2012 )

Keaira Bright believes in being a bit of a risk-taker when approaching fashion. “I'm funky, trendy and edgy,” said the 31-year-old makeup artist at MAC Cosmetics in Harbor East. “The key to great style is having no fear and going with how you feel. Be daring. Be comfortable and confident. Own up to it.” When we spotted the Pikesville resident at work we loved how stood out despite having to wear all black for work. The key was a bunch of fun accessories. It started with her Nine West boots. She paired them with tights and a scarf from Lela Rose, a black jacket with lace detailing from Macy's, and a black patterned shirt from Express. Her clutch was from DSW. Her earrings were from a beauty supply store. And her cuff was from a networking party. “People always love it,” she said.

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