Fashion statements just kept getting crazier in the past few years — not that I'm complaining. But there are some people who still manage to stand out in a sea of rainbow hair, modified bodies, and crop tops.
With no further ado, let me introduce you to the lady I've been going gaga over recently. Beth, also known as The Tiny Little Girl, is a kaleidoscope of beauty and aesthetic whose feed is total hair and style-spiration. Quoting Kurt Cobain with ‘wanting to be someone else is a waste of who you are,’ I couldn't have put it any other way to describe this tiny, tattooed lady's mojo.
The Lovechild of Nymphadora Tonks and Dan Molloy
Beth's followers will instantly recognize her for two things: Her tattoos and her ever-changing hair colors. Whilst my personal favorite is her blue and neon yellow locks, others also loved her peculiar mixes such as her magenta and yellow, her pastel pink and neon yellow, and a lot more going on.
It's not just the crazy colors, though. She also has a habit of stepping up her game with hair twists and fun hair clips.
Pop Culture Buff
I've also been enjoying many of Beth's reference to pop culture icons like The Simpsons and Tim Burton films. She expresses her love for them through clothing, nail art, and curiously enough she occasionally finds stuff like the Duff beer from The Simpsons below.
Her pop culture musings does not stop with her skirts and finds. She also has some epic pop culture tattoos of her own like this one from Dan Molloy.
‘Aesthetics’ may have been a term that was unfortunately cheapened by mostly teenagers who have Tumblr for breakfast but – forgive me – aesthetic is what I'd use to describe Beth's feed in its truest meaning. A feast for your artsy-hungry eyes.
A fan of UNIF, Beth constantly dazzles you with her spectacular wardrobe and dizzyingly wonderful style choices. Check out the literally dizzying dress below that she so adores!
She has more style in her nails than we have in our whole body
Total leg sleeve #goals
Beth's #goal-worthy leg sleeves are etched with the works of some of OZ's finest neotraditional tattooers.
Sole game always on point!
'Nuff said. Follow Beth on Instagram.