Finding the perfect shade of foundation or shade of lipstick for all shades of brown has always been a dancing affair among brands for women of color since FOREVA! With beloved and legendary pioneers like Madame N.A Franklin and established cosmetic companies like Fashion Fair Cosmetics, brainchild of Johnson Publishings (Ebony and Jet Magazine), they have cleared the runway to earn a piece of this 58.79 billion industry (www.statista.com).
So we’re all familiar with the start and stop diet routine or the infamous line after eating horribly over the weekend. What is it that we normally say? Probably goes something like this…”Monday, I’m going to get back on track, start eating better and workout.” Sounds about right, huh? Well I’m sure that we’ve all said those very words and had good intentions of doing so. But somewhere along the way, we got off track.
My goal is to share with you what I have come to learn throughout my fitness and weight loss journey and as an Independent Beachbody Coach.
Here are a few tips to help you stay on the healthy track.
Can you believe it? Somehow I keep finding incredible beauty products to stan for. How is this even possibly? As a legitimate beauty enthusiast (read: I buy an obscene amount makeup), I live for a good lip pencil or a new perfectly brown foundation that changes your mood from gloomy to glowing with just one stroke.
In my first beauty video of the year, and I am hoping to do loads more, I share with you seven beauty products that I am crushing on.
This limited edition palette from NARSfeatures their eight dual-intensity eyeshadows with riveting range from delicate peach pink to fierce black orchid and a specially designed wet/dry eyeshadow brush.
I’m always surprised at how far we’ve come when it comes to beauty. There are so many options (besides makeup) when it comes to enhancing our beauty.
Contacts have been around for years. Because there weren’t trendy glasses available when I was growing up, I’ve been wearing them since I was a teenager. But now, instead of changing the color of your eyes, you can enhance the color of them.
I’ve been staring at this blog entry for the past 20 minutes. Trying to figure out what I wanted to write about. What I needed to say to the world today.
My mother is 60-years-old…today! And all I wanted to do was call her. I just wanted to hear her voice. I wanted her to ask me how New York was treating me? And if Mike and I were getting along? When’s the wedding? You know, the pleasantries that happen when you haven’t spoken to someone in a while. I haven’t spoken to my mother in forever (over two years to be exact). Then I remembered that she left me for her rightful golden cloud-infused seat somewhere up in Heaven.