Jun 8, 2017 >> Meet our new Country Crush: RaeLynn
Just in time for our good vibes Summer Issue, we hung out with budding country music starâ€”and serious ray of sunshine!â€”RAELYNN. The Texas-born, Nashville-based spitfire made a quick pit stop while on her RaVe tour to chat about her rise to fame, country roots and how giving back is the best way to spread positivity. And to make this Texan feel at home, we brought in some bright blooms to create good olâ€™ fashioned daisy chains.
RaeLynn first stepped into the spotlight at just 17 years old while vying for celebrity mentorship on NBCâ€™s The Voice, and her debut single God Made Girls was a chart-topping success. Now at 22, RaeLynn has a brand new album Wild Horse, and is playing country shows around the nation. And sheâ€™s partnering up with trendy brands like Forever21 to spread good vibesâ€”and her undeniably funky style. RaeLynnâ€™s music is all about being true to yourself, living life to the fullest and having fun through lifeâ€™s ups and downs.
RAELYNN: GIRL CRUSH ALERT >>
RaeLynnâ€™s bright, positive and unapologetically enthusiastic attitude is surely paving her way to success. Get inspired by her charming personality and energy. Watch along as we talk about first concerts, meeting Dolly Parton and making daisy chains with this country music star.
From Zara Larsson to Julia Michaels, RaeLynn keeps the music going on her tour bus along with a few other essentials. She describes her style as spunky and bright. And she never leaves home without plenty of fake eyelashes for bold, dramatic eyes, and lots and lots of glitter keeps her feeling like a superstar.
Get Rae’s Faves: A. Shu Uemura Color Lustre Hair Products // B. Batiste Dry Shampoo: â€œI canâ€™t imagine life without it. Especially tour life!â€ // C. Too Faced La Creme Lipstick // D. Holographic Glitter Makeup Bag: â€œI love glitter and sparkles.â€ // E. Ardell Lashes: â€œMy makeup artist and I like to layer two different pairs to create drama. The bigger, the better!â€
Text by Alaina Africano
Photo by Michelle Wodzinski