This breathtaking beauty is Tiffany. Or for those of us who know and love her, Tiffy. This lovely lady is someone it has taken me a couple years to get to know. Tiffy takes awhile to warm up to people as she tends to be a bit reserved. Once she opens up it is fabulous. Always there with a hug, a funny anecdote, smile, shoulder or an ear if you need it.
At a party, she wants to make sure you are having a good time and is a grand hostess because of it. (She makes a scrumptious spinach-artichoke dip, I am actually a little hungry thinking about it). She is also the person who makes sure that I have a drink in my hand and a smile on my face. She will manage to flit about the room, making sure to give everyone some face time.
I also appreciate how thoughtful Tiffy is. There have been a number of times where I have been floored at the level of consideration she has for her loved ones. Tiffy is quite a gem. Not only because she is gorgeous, but because she is one of the sweetest people I have ever known.
From the very beginning she has been very supportive of Dreadnaught Darling (and me). There were many times that her and her girlfriend Jenny came and kept me company as I worked long hours into the evening making dreads when I first started.
Many moons ago I asked her if she would be willing to model for me if the opportunity arose. She gave me an emphatic yes. So when Patrick agreed to take photos of my raven-haired beauties, Tiffy was the first person that came to mind.
She is such a good artist! For Christmas she hand-painted ornaments for a number of us. She even took the time to note my favorite colors and incorporate them on the ornament. I hope that one day she picks up crafting and starts selling some of her work on Etsy too. Even if it is something like painting Scrabble or Domino tiles and selling them as necklaces. [Tiffy: Hint, Hint]
Just a few days ago Tiffy commissioned me to make her a set of dread falls. I am excited to get started on them and eventually get another set of photos of her displaying them. In these photos she is seen wearing the ‘Pitch Black’ set of dread falls, which are for sale in my Etsy store. You can find the listing here.
The day of the shoot was extra cute. I stayed the night at her and Jenny’s place the night before to make traveling to Patrick’s studio easier. Tiffy had done her nails for the shoot and had asked me for input for what she should wear. I am rather useless because I think everything she wears is cute (I would love to raid her closet). Point in case, she looks lovely. Though, I did help by styling the dreads! I’m not completely useless I suppose.
I am hoping to get another photo set of Tiffy with her completed custom set of dreads. As it sounds like it should be a lot of purples, blues and blacks. I’m excited.
Thank you Tiffy!