For the past couple years, Asian-orginated skincare products have gradually become accepted into the American beauty community….most with help of course. Let me give you a brief example: Seen these skincare products before? Maybe in your local Ulta store or reviewed by your favorite beauty guru on YouTube? Well, this is a Korean-based company that has been introduced and accepted by Americans all over. Here’s another that I actually did not know was an Asian-based company that has spread and now has locations here in the United States: DHC is a skincare company from Japan in which the founder, Yoshida, traveled abroad to educate himself and learn ways to fuse olive oils in Spain with herbs from Japan. He also gained additional education on skincare in Europe. DHC has now expanded to the United States by way of California and has been apart of the mainstream skincare community for some time now.
Yes friend, I decided to get all those gorgeous photos and give them to you in a YouTube video lookbook. Enjoy!!!!
For the past 3 or four months, I can honestly say there is a love/hate relationship between myself and the Allure Beauty Box. Like that great-aunt with the terrible garlic breath that you know is going to give you an awesome present for the holidays. Or that hideous relationship that you were absolutely happy ended but you missed the kisses. Its like….urgh! From the first box that I got, there was something in there for me and something in that box that totally made me want to pack it back up, put it in my car and drop it off at one of my friends’ house as a gift. Like what’s the point? One of the many perks of getting the Allure Beauty Box is that it exposes you to beauty and skincare companies all over the world that you probably never heard of. You also get the chance to try products that have come out in makeup stores
Dangerously hot best describes the Zetta, the newest addition to Hades signature spinal heel collection. This pump is decorated all around with silver, metal spikes and several bigger spikes on the toe and heel. Finish: Matte
Throughout my travels in an unbiased quest to bring to my audience fashion and the unique designers behind them, my recent travels took me into the city of Chicago, affectionately known as the ‘Heart of America’. My destination in the Windy City? Midwest Fashion Week of course, which was founded and guided by Mr. Berny Martin. As a fan of Mr. Martin’s work, I have followed Midwest Fashion Week over the years as they have acquired numerous mentions in notable magazines such as IndyStar.com (USA Today), ELLE Men, and Ok! Magazine. Midwest Fashion Week not only brings forth talent and visions via the runway, but also raises money for charities and non-profit organizations. Mr. Martin is no ordinary Haitian-born gentleman with just ‘good taste’, but an international fashion revolutionary in his own right. Notably a graduate of Purdue University, Berny Martin is also the Founder and CEO of Catou Wear, which serves on leaps and bounds beyond simply ‘made’ fashion designs. Martin’s Catou Wear brings
The Task Force of LAPD recently raided LA’s Fashion District, seizing over $700,000 worth of counterfeit makeup products like Urban Decay’s Naked palette series, Kylie Cosmetics, NARS, and MAC. An LAPD spokesperson stated that 21 different locations were raided and the makeup was ‘found to contain bacteria and human waste.’ (Miriam Hernandez with ABC7.com). Busted! Major Task Force hits 21 locations in the @LAFashionDist and nets $700,000 in Counterfeit cosmetics found to contain bacteria and human waste. The best price is not always the best deal! #ProtectingOurCommunity pic.twitter.com/gliJ8L2F9F — Captain Marc Reina (@LAPDMarcReina) April 13, 2018 Someone please contact that friend and that YouTuber that has been using these products for our enjoyment and spread the word!!!! Please don’t buy fake makeup. Its unsafe and you have no idea what is in those products. Save the coin and just go to your favorite makeup store….its safer 💕
Fashion X – Austin Fashion Week
Ladies and gents, may I present to you….Bliss. Also known for its Bliss spas strategically placed all over the country, this company was founded by Marcia Kilgore in 1991 in New York, New York and headquartered in the same. Her first spa was established in 1996. Evidently, Marcia had it going on because Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton swooped in and bought the majority of the company for $30 million in 1999 (gurl……that’s $45,123,367.91 in 2018….just saying gurl). When they completed the purchase, they opened a spa at 12 W. 57th Street in New York. The buyers of Bliss really know a up and coming luxury when they see it! Now if you travel like I do, you know some of the many places in which you can find Bliss because its in a lot of your favorite places like A loft hotels, JetBlue Airways, TJ Maxx (if you lucky). Celebrities like Madonna, Oprah Winfrey, Jennifer Lopez, and Uma Thurman are known
Please check out my video that I did on Clinton Whitney Downing. Amazing artist and this video may be the reason why I shouldn’t have a SnapChat ✨
To be a native of Louisiana and finally experience New Orleans Fashion Week was like a dream come true. Coming into Fashion Week, I was clearly intimated by the location of the venues, sharing rooms with celebrities, models, designers, socialites. Attending as a blogger and not a model put my mindset in a new level of stress to ‘perform’ if you will. Being in the right position, getting the right shot, and so many other things plagued my mind – that is until I got there. Despite it being the last night of New Orleans Fashion Week 2018, the venue was set and my destination was The Monastery. Although I am from Baton Rouge, knowing the location of the venue meant that it would not disappoint. One of the many designer’s collection that captivated me was Clinton Whitney Downing. Clinton is known for his raw eye for fashion as a designer and his forward-thinking as an