Golde, 54 Thrones, and Peak and Valley from Nordstrom’s Pop-In Shop #BlackOwnedBusinesses

Last month (September), during a weekend trip away, I made it a point to stop at Nordstrom because this particular location had a Pop-In@Nordstrom shop inside the department store. Pop-up shops (as they’re usually called!) are always cute and often meant to highlight underground, indie and upcoming brands and this usually occurs in beauty and fashion. As … More Golde, 54 Thrones, and Peak and Valley from Nordstrom’s Pop-In Shop #BlackOwnedBusinesses

Whippd Cosmetics: Review and Comparisons #BlackOwnedBusinesses

As always, I like to share where I learned or found out about brands, music, books, fashion lines (anything!) before getting into my thoughts about said product or release. For Whippd Cosmetics, I believe it was on Nylon.com, as a short post about the brand was posted and like other websites that briefly covered the … More Whippd Cosmetics: Review and Comparisons #BlackOwnedBusinesses

The Return of a More Inclusive Almay

*The Return of a More Inclusive Almay Color me surprised when I saw Almay’s latest commercial starring Rashida Jones. Jones may be on the lighter-skinned spectrum of celebrities who are biracial, but nonetheless, what was Almay–that hadn’t had a spokesmodel of color in years–doing promoting products with her? Was what I thought was happening really … More The Return of a More Inclusive Almay