My Frida Style Inspiration

Hi Sunshines,

I am a huge Frida Kahlo fan (not surprising, right?) Recently I’ve been inspired by her style, and I like to think we have things in common like our love for plants, and art so I decided to film a ‘Get ready with me’ video to implement some of the things from Frida’s style into my own style. Frida has inspired us all in different ways and one of the things I love about her is her unique classic style while embracing her true authentic taste without trying to fit into anyone else’s. Here’s what I put together, inspired by Frida and staying true to my own beauty without replicating hers.

In this video you’ll see me get ready as I create a classic makeup look and crown braid inspired by Frida’s legendary style. Red lips, red nails, several unique rings, floral summer outfit and a floral head piece is what I consider Frida has influenced in my style.

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If you’re also an admirer of Frida’s art and style, the book I featured in this video is a perfect way to understand her work and her life as an artist.

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The Book is by: Andrea Kettenmann available at Urban Outfitters

What I’m wearing?
Romper Overalls: H&M
Crop Long Sleeve Shirt: American Apparel
Floral Gold Head Piece: Urban Outfitters
Jewelry: PANDORA Jewelry

Work Space + Vanity Room Tour #SunKissHOME

Hi Sunshines,

I’ve decided to start a new home series on my Youtube channel called #SunKissHOME where instead of showing you a full “home tour” I only show you certain rooms/parts of my home, I feel comfortable showing publicly. Ive shown you parts of my living room in a previous blog post, and so many of you liked it. Now, this is episode #1 from the #SunKissHOME series. This is the room where all my Youtube content/work takes place, and where I get ready everyday because this room contains my closet, my vanity, my work desk, and a sofa for added comfort. It’s my safe place, my sanctuary, my chill spot and my think zone, all in one. I really focused on making this room a place of inspiration and comfort and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Thanks for watching and stay tuned by subscribing to my channel so you don’t miss any upcoming videos from my channel.






• Desk Drawers: IKEA (Alex Drawer unit)
• Acrylic Chair: IKEA (Tobias)
• Cube Shelf Unit: IKEA (Billy)
• Vanity Mirror:
$20. OFF Code: ‘SunKissAlba’
• Table Top: custom made size (Lowes)
• Marble Wallpaper: Amazon + Taget
• Chair Pillows: Target
• Moroccan Pillow Throw: HomeGoods
• Pouf: HomeGoods
• Blue Large Planter: HomeGoods
• Gold Tier End Tables: Urban Outfitters
• Lens Cup: Urban Outfitters
• Wall Planter: Urban Outfitters
• Sheer Curtains: Urban Outfitters
• Macrame Crochet Portal: Urban Outfitters
• Macrame Plant Hanger: Etsy
• White Sofa Futon: Wayfair
• Brass Curtain Rod: Wayfair
• Round End Table: Wayfair
• Mirrored Trio Stands: Wayfair
• Mosaic Panels Champagne : Pier1
• Chandelier Floor Lamp: Pier1
• All Cement Planter Pots: Target
• Terra Cotta Pots: Garden Stores
• Pencil Holder & Pencils: Target
• Kate Spade Gold Stapler
• Gold Folder/Magazine Storage: Target
• Vintage Rotatory Phone: Amazon
• Tall Floor Mirror: IKEA
• Gold Hand Duo: Wayfair
• Gold Vanity Mirror: Target
• Gold Jewelry Box: Target
• 3 Crystal Candle Holders for Brushes: Wayfair

Organic Hazelnut Chocolate Cake Recipe (Flourless, Wheat Free, Low Sugar)

Hi Sunshines,

Every year since my son’s 1st birthday I’ve dedicated myself to making his birthday cakes, homemade. I’ve learn more and more each year and Yesterday 6/16/2016 was Manny’s 7th birthday! I made him this super creamy, and delicious hazelnut chocolate cake he requested for his special day. I am so proud of this cake you guys! It’s probably the best one yet. As most of you know we keep Manny away from wheat, and sugar all year round but on special occasions like this day I try my best to find the best ingredients to make a good cake while still keeping in mind our priority to his Autism lifestyle, BUT not sacrificing taste. This cake is flourless, wheat free, (gluten free) and low in sugar.

I shared several photos with you on my Instagram and snapchat yesterday and received tons of comments asking for the recipe. So here it is! If you’re interested in a low sugar, wheat free, flourless chocolate cake, I know you’ll love this one! Even if you’re not aiming for a healthier alternative to chocolate cake, you’ll still LOVE and enjoy this delicious treat. TRUST ME.

I used 2 glass pie pans and 1 ‘single’ glass muffin baking bowl (for the top round piece)

ALL INGREDIENTS: (can easily be altered to vegan)
• 4 egg whites + 1 yolk (or Flax seed meal if you’re vegan)
• 4 Tbsp Flax seed Meal + 10tbsp water
• 1 cup of Milk + 1.5 tsp Apple Cider Vinegar
• 3 tsp Baking Soda
• 1/2 cup of melted butter (any butter of your choice)
• 2 cups Apple Sauce (or other fruit sauce)
• 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
• 1 cup Maple Syrup (add more or less)
• 10 drops of Hazelnut Stevia
• 1/2 tsp Sea Salt
• 1 cup Cocoa Powder (unsweetened)
• 1 cup Almond Flour
• 1-1/2 cup Hazelnut Flour

• 2 Jars of Justin’s Organic Chocolate Hazelnut Butter
( I used 1 whole jar and half of the other jar)
• 2 spoon fulls of butter + 3 tbsp of milk
• Maple walnuts (or any nuts of your choice)
Stir in glass blow with 2 spoons of butter. Place bowl over a pot of boiling water (low temp) and stir the chocolate slowly, until creamy and spreadable.

1. Pre heat oven 350° F
2. Butter spread your pans all around. Dust some flour over the top (lightly) and shake out excess if needed. Let sit until you’re done mixing your cake ingredients.
3. Measure your milk + ACV. Insert in a bowl. Stir it and let it sit.
4. Separate Bowl: Whip your eggs (or flax seed meal with water) I used both eggs and flax.
5. Add baking soda to your Milk + ACV mixture. Stir it.
6. Add the Milk + ACV mixture to your egg bowl.
7. Add your Maple Syrup. Whisk to mix well.
7. Add apple sauce, vanilla extract, and melted butter. Mix well.
8. Add Cocoa Powder, Almond Flour, and Hazelnut Flour. Mix well.

• Pour into your round pans and whatever is left over (if any) pour into a small cupcake/muffin pan and place all 3 pans in the oven for 25-35 minutes at 350°

• Test if cake is ready by sticking a thin object like toothpick or fork in the middle and if it comes out clean, its ready. Take it out and place it in the fridge for 20-30 minutes.

• Take your cakes out of the fridge, after its cooled a bit and place your first cake on a cake stand.

1. Place 2 spoon fulls of butter in a glass bowl over a pot of boiling water. Add some of your chocolate hazelnut butter slowly as you stir. Keep stirring slowly until creamy and mixed evenly. Spread frosting over the first layer of cake on the cake stand. Then add a some crunched ‘maple walnuts’ over the frosting. (use any nuts of your choice)

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2. Place your 2nd cake on top (flipped upside down on top of the other cake. I didn’t do this because I forgot to place it upside down to meet the shape of the under layer cake.)

3. Add Frosting the same way all over the top of the cake and sides.

4. Cut in half the 3rd layer (from cupcake/muffin pan) place the top half your cut right in the middle of your cake on the stand. Add frosting right in the middle of the circle cut piece. Sprinkle more Maple walnuts over the sides of the cake however you like.

5. Place back in the fridge for another 20-30 minutes before serving or eating.



See more photos on my Instagram: @SunKissAlba

Bake Time: 25-35 mins
Prep Time (after baking): 20-30 mins
Fridge Time: 20-40 mins or more
FULLY READY (time to eat): 1hr 20mins (approx)