Inside the IMS – Jordan Aaron

April 6, 2016

Jordan Aaron

What is your favorite word?
My favorite word lately has been “poppington” lol it’s not a word AT ALL but I use it to describe anything that looks good. It’s an upgrade from popping. It couldn’t just stop there. so, let it be “poppington” whatever you do!


2. Who is your favorite hero of fiction?

Wolverine! If you run into him or anyone with a beard, send them my way. Beards are and will forever be “in”, with me.


3. What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally?

I’m a sucker for raw/unrecognized talent, that you can usually find on the streets and the sidewalks of DC; I don’t think people realize how their art affects people. I’m forever moved creatively and spiritually by the beautiful art showcased in the most unfavorable and unexpected places.


4.  Which words or phrases do you most overuse?

“Y’all” you can take the girl out of the country but you can’t take the country out of the girl. Being from Georgia, that’s one word that stays!
5.  What profession other than your own would you like to attempt?

As much as I love fashion, I’d love to volunteer and travel around the world, blogging as I go.


6.  What is your current state of mind?

My next place of travel; I’m excited to see the other parts of the world


7.  What is your favorite curse word?

Bleep  (censored)


8.  What is your most marked characteristic?

Currently in the salon, I’m marked as “the girl with the short blue hair”
It has a ring to it.


9.  If Heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you arrive at the Pearly Gates?

“Well done, my good servant!”


10. What is your motto?

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you,” a beautiful quote by Maya Angelou that stresses the importance of finding your purpose.


At the moment….,

My favorite look is anything beachy and sunkissed. However, I think that it’s important to maintain your color/highlights, keeping it fresh and healthy! My favorite go to conditioners for blondes would be purple conditioner by Davines and Mending conditioner by Bumble. Color or not, it’s always great to treat yourself and your hair to a good repairing or moisturizing treatment.


With style and grace,


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