Imagine heading to the movies to check out the latest blockbuster, and seeing one of your handmade necklaces on the main actress. Surprise! That was the surreal experience a local Seattle jewelry designer had when watching Fifty Shades of Grey.
Jamei attended college at the age of 16, graduating high school with her degree in cosmetology. Working in a salon she focused on her main goal: a degree in journalism. While studying, she was discovered as a commercial print model and has since had her image used by companies worldwide from Uhaul, Microsoft and more.
She is most passionate about meeting new friends and has traveled the world, living in both Spain and India, to do so. She has gone through six suitcases, each having a wild story of being dragged down a dirt road in Israel to being forgotten in Thailand.
Writing is her favorite thing to do, especially about events, new companies and people. If there is a story to be told, Jamei wants to share it with the world.
Recent stories by Jamei June
Although there were many awards to be handed out at Sunday's Oscars, Best and Worst Hairstyle could have been easily added to the prestigious list to be taken home by stars.
Ever find yourself flipping through a magazine or see a new haircut on someone and suddenly silently exclaim, “Wait…. is that really the trend?!”
Here's a combination of stories from couples who have made it through 15 to 61 years of marriage, and a matchmaker’s perspective, to hopefully help love birds and singles alike this Valentine’s realize the reality to making ‘Happily Ever After’ come true.
Alex Isaly, a celebrity fitness and nutrition expert, is in town this week - his first time to Seattle - and sat down to talk with us about food and fitness.
Imagine reading a fictional novel and realizing that almost everything - down to your age, profession, hair and eye color, hobbies and even location - is exactly the same as the main character. This is what happened to Brayden Olson after reading best-selling novel 'Fifty Shades of Grey'.
The Seahawks tight end gave us an inside look into his life - including who his best friend on the team is (Marshawn Lynch), his favorite movie (Wedding Crashers), and his other part-time job (modeling).
One man makes one phone call, and an hour later thousands of lives in the Seattle community are changed. That man is Moussa Elmoussa, a business owner at The Landing in Renton which hosts an annual Food Drive for The Salvation Army.
This is the time of year when the cameras are ALWAYS out to take pictures you will either look back on and cherish, or loathe. We asked international fashion photographer Alvin Nguyen for some pointers on how to pose for the perfect pic.
Have you been naughty or nice this year? Don’t worry! I am specifically asking regarding your skin care. Santa might attest to the fact beautiful skin, especially up close, is a gift most ladies would ask for.
Hundreds of attendees and celebrities (like Macklemore), came out to The Showbox on Friday for Runway to Freedom - a fashion show aimed at empowering and supporting domestic violence victims by raising funds through fashion shows.
Over 75 contestants arrived at the Miss Washington USA pageant yesterday. Tensions and expectations were high as McKenzi Novell, Miss Great Spokane USA, was named our reigning titleholder for 2015.
Lady 12 is a new clothing line and community, dedicated to making women Seahawks fans look fashionable while supporting the team and impacting the community.
As the leaves change, so should your perfume collection. The new season has arrived and it’s time to smell the way you look - fabulously in Fall.
Who says you can’t wear something you’d sleep in out in public? These five tricks will allow you to secretly wear your workout clothes anywhere.
You’ve gotten the ticket, the hair appointment and the dress. You’re all set for the Gala and the inevitable amazing night out on the town. But there are three stops you, like many gala attendees, probably forget.
As summer sunshine fades and the days get darker, so do the beauty trends for Fall 2014. Filling us in on the must-know trends for the season is Nordstrom’s Beauty Trend Editor, Kate Fannin.
How would you define someone who is ‘high maintenance’ - perhaps pampered, vain, and popular? Great, now add a bit of fur and four legs and you have the basis of Seattle’s own pet luxury brand.
Little Black Dress: something almost very woman has heard is essential, elegant and simply perfect for any situation. Wouldn’t it be great to have a skincare line like that?
Many little girls dream of being a ballerina, but as grown women it's not often they are given the chance to stand in front of floor to ceiling mirrors, with motivational music blasting, and have ballet incorporated in to their workout.