My 9/11 Experience

My 9/11 Experience

For so many of us September 11, 2001 does not seem over a decade old but still a memory that is clear and visual as if it happened yesterday. I would like to share my story in the wake of 9/11 this Tuesday. I remember it like yesterday. I was shooting for either Marie Claire(…)

Give Me Lip: What Lipstick Are You Wearing?

Give Me Lip: What Lipstick Are You Wearing?

Click on Read More + Comment to see more pictures. Ok ladies…share the scoop on your favorite lipstick. I wanna know the brand and the color!   What lipstick are you wearing?  

Exclusive Interview with Former Vogue Magazine Editor & Designer of Prova

Exclusive Interview with Former Vogue Magazine Editor & Designer of Prova

Click Read More/Comments for additional photos. As the frenzy of fashion week falls upon New York today, what better way to bring in the first official day with an exclusive interview with New York native and Designer of Prova, Irini Arakas. The epitome of cool, former editor and writer of Vogue magazine, Arakas branched out 7(…)

Season of Savings

Season of Savings

Click Read More/Comment for additional photos. How would you and a guest like a chance to win a weekend in NY that includes tickets to 3 Broadway shows, Hilton Hotel accommodations for one night, Complimentary dinner for 2 at a scrumptious Italian restaurant and a Broadway Gift Bag…well stay tuned and see how! On August(…)

How To Avoid Exercise Related Breakouts

How To Avoid Exercise Related Breakouts

via: livestrong.com Working out is great for your body, but can be tough on its biggest organ: Your skin. Sunscreen, sweat, and plain old gym grime can stuff up pores and lead to acne and other blemishes on your face and body. But never fear, LIVESTRONG.com is here. We reached out to dermatologists, trainers and(…)

Black Women’s Right to Remain Relaxed

Black Women’s Right to Remain Relaxed

via:Ebony… I spotted this woman in Savannah, Georgia with a legendary, jet black mane. It was incredibly thick, healthy and so lush it had to be sho’nuff store bought. It wasn’t. They were the kind of tresses some Southern grandmothers swoon over, and beg us not to cut. Ravishing. Voluminous. Gorgeous. I inquired about her(…)