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It’s time for another interview with a fellow blogger, fashionista and jewelry lover. We at Joolwe.com like to talk with other bloggers about anything and everything that has to do with jewelry and fashion and share it with the Joolwe community.

Ungenita Provost is the founder of the “Ungenita Beauty Blog: Her Inner and Outer World“. The self-described actress, author and beauty guru says her website is dedicated to helping women unlock their inner beauty and take exquisite care of their outer beauty. Readers of her blog can find beauty and fashion tips, great deals in the marketplace and interesting blogs that are focused on uplifting the female spirit. She says she started her blog to “empower women to live a beautifully successful like from the inside/out.” Provost adds “It’s not just about vanity….it’s about valuing yourself.” Now that you have a little background information about Ungenita Provost, let’s get some more insight her thoughts and feelings about all things jewelery.

What is your attitude towards jewelry?



Jewelry completes the look. If you look at Fashionistas, they always have a piece of jewelry on.

What are your jewelry style secrets/philosophies?

I love mixing expensive with inexpensive. I also like to mix colors & textures.

What type of jewelry can you not live without?

I love bracelets. I probably have 100 at least.

What piece of jewelry do you think that every woman should own and why?

Earrings because it enhances your face.

What were some of your favorite jewelry pieces from Joolwe.com?                                                                                                           

I love to mix up my diamonds with CZ & I love your Sterling Silver Fancy Stud CZ. Because I’m an animal print lover I had to pick 18k Gold Over Sterling Silver and 4.72 ctw Smoky Quartz Safari Bracelet. For a high fashion girly look I’d go for ELLE Sterling Silver Rose Quartz Earrings.

Who is your style icon and why?

I love Jennifer Lopez because her style varies but she pulls off her look effortlessly each time.

What is the biggest mistake you’ve seen people make wearing jewelry?

The biggest mistake is when people don’t pull the look together. If you are going to wear the earrings go for a necklace or bracelet. Make it complete.

 

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