This Model Crafts Her Own Photoshoot And Self-Portrait Sets – Design You Trust

This Model Crafts Her Own Photoshoot And Self-Portrait Sets

There are Instagram influencers and models, then there’s @kihmberlie.

Kihmberlie, otherwise known in real life as Kimberly Douglas, is what you’d call an artistic soul. She’s the type of person who’s sense of style far transcends that of the average person. Perhaps that’s why she’s been on the up-and-up for quite some time now, inspiring many women from all over the world who eagerly wait for every photo that she uploads.

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Mind you, it’s not just her beauty that attracts people to her — it’s also her creativity.

Born with artistic talent, Kimberly creates her own sets that are used in her photoshoots that, more often than not, go viral. From the photoshoot involving dozens if not hundreds of roses to her looking like she’s being trapped inside a bubble, Kimberly’s creativity and beauty knows no bounds.

What’s even more amazing is that, after creating these photoshoot sets, she then uses them to take self-portraits of herself.

As you will see from scrolling down below, you’ll quickly realize just how talented Kihmberlie is.

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I honestly didn’t think this shoot was going to work out at first, I was going to pin all of the leaves to the wall but I didn’t have enough pins, then I was going to take the photo from above but I didn’t have enough leaves and I wanted to look like I was in a rainforest. Eventually it was like 💡…to hot glue all of my fake leaves to the two art boards I had, then I put on a bikini top, dunked my head in the tub, sprayed my face, neck, and entire upper body with water and started taking photos 😂 (Thanks to God it all came together in the end 😂🙌🏾)((swipe for the bts/during photos)) Inspired by: @uuanjie’s photo of @dmeiyue (((photo is in my story I don’t know why it didn’t post with all the other photos 🤦🏾‍♀️)))

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“The message is how our world has become a giant dump for our consumer culture.” – Chelsea Daniels . . I’ve been wanting to a shoot about all the trash in our oceans and all over our earth for a while. Y’all know plastic takes the longest to break down, I just recently saw a video of how earth looked in 2000 and how it’s going to look in 2050 and it’s disgusting and heartbreaking, it’ll literally be the movie Wall-E come to life. I saw adidas is having a challenge until the 16th of June for every kilometer ran tracked on the Runtastic app, adidas will donate $1 to the Parley Ocean School. I know there’s other ways to contribute or donate as well. All I know is I do not want to live in a dump and our animals don’t deserve this. (y’all can swipe for the behind the scenes photo and more info on the Runtastic challenge, and this isn’t sponsored whatsoever I just figured if you can’t donate at least you can run 🤷🏾‍♀️) ((Also we have a plastic drawer in our house so that’s where I got all the plastic from and that’s where it’s going back 👌🏾))

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