Meet the Bloggers: Jen Chae, Cara Santana and Wendy Nguyen


We have assembled quite the lineup of blogger babes to address our Simply Stylist LA attendees! These ladies are a force to be reckoned with. They have each created a unique and irreplaceable presence in the blogosphere and beyond. We're talking millions upon millions of followers, worldwide! Whoa! We are ecstatic to introduce these top tier bloggers to all our readers and can't wait for you all to meet them on March 28th at the Grove in Los Angeles! Here's a little bit about the ladies:

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Cara | Cara Disclothed, @caraasantana

[blockquote_sty ver="1 or 2"]Originally hailing from El Paso, Texas, Cara Santana is an LA-based actress (you may recognize her from Salem) with a deep love for all things fashion and beauty. Cara Disclothed is her personal outlet where she shares fashion must haves, beauty advice, travel content and a peek into her Hollywood lifestyle. She has recently partnered with Nordstrom, Max Studio and Botkier and has been featured in publications such as Vogue, Glamour,, E! Online, Harper's Bazaar, NY Mag, OK! Magazine and more.  Plus Cara is the co-founder of The Glam App, which is an on-demand beauty app.  [/blockquote_sty]


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Wendy | Wendy's Lookbook , @wendyslookbook

[blockquote_sty ver="1 or 2"]Passionate about juvenile justice and inspired by the world around her, Wendy Nguyen takes art, nature, culture, architecture, food, people, and music and fuses them into the artful expression of fashion. With a unique blend of trend-setting and social conscience, she boldly explores the world of style.[/blockquote_sty]


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Jen | From Head To Toe, @frmheeadtotoe

[blockquote_sty ver="1 or 2"]Jen is a designer-turned-beauty blogger and vlogger with over 1 million subscribers on Youtube tuning in to her videos on makeup, fashion, product reviews, and self-confidence. As an artist at heart, she has a love for creating beauty and encouraging others to feel beautiful, believing that makeup should be used as a form of expression and not a mask to hide what we are afraid of. [/blockquote_sty]