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Sponsored Video: Charlotte Free and ASOS

ASOS have come up with a Christmas collection featuring Charlotte Free, the pink haired beauty, who has captured the attention of everyone with her platinum mane with a highlighter pink ombre and has transformed the runway into a democratic platform. It's always amazing to see models with a sense of fashion of their own and those that are not afraid to flaunt their personal style even on the ramp. I think it works for her as it makes her face more memorable than a tonne of models that just pass by without us recognising them.

I love that ASOS has used a fairly young American model as Charlotte and taken inspiration from her quirky style to create a festive, party season collection for Christmas that shall greet us very soon. I had a look at the collection just now and absolutely love how its playful, girly, quite teenage inspired yet full of sequins, metallic and glitter. It's surely not everyone's cup of tea but I can see quite a few girls who do not like the traditional elegant, sophisticated party pieces to find this right up their street. I am too chicken to quite frankly even sport this in the comfort of my home but I adore it for how beautifully bold and fresh it is.

Spotted in an arcade and launched on the catwalk does not seem to have changed Charlotte much as she still dyes her pink mane all by herself at home, which helps quite a few of us out there to relate to models like her much better.

For a chance to get a little more of the free spirited model, ASOS is giving away looks that she is sporting the video above. If you'd like to get your grubby little hands on a pair, pin the video using #BestNightEver and like ASOS on Facebook.

*Article sponsored by ASOS




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Sheefa. 29. London. Spamming the web with ramblings on hair, eye shadow, skincare & cosmetic hoarding in general since 2008. Grab a cuppa and kick back!
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