First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Pads Review: Say Goodbye to Dull Skin, and Say Hello to Bright, Radiant skin

Where Have I been? Oh boy did I miss blogging! I’ve been super busy with life and other projects that I’ve been working on, so I’m back to blogging and will be doing a lot of reviews and more personal entries as well. Also, I have an excited project that I will share with you… Continue reading First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Pads Review: Say Goodbye to Dull Skin, and Say Hello to Bright, Radiant skin

Makeup Remover+ Milky Cleanser: My Review on the Origins Clean Energy Gentle Cleansing Oil

  As you can see in my last updated skin care routine, I am an avid Origins user. I use their Checks and Balances Frothy face wash for oily, combo, and dry-sensitive skin. Besides the typical cleansing balm, face wipes, and cold creams. I took an interest in the Origins Clean Energy cleansing oil when… Continue reading Makeup Remover+ Milky Cleanser: My Review on the Origins Clean Energy Gentle Cleansing Oil

Top Four Drugstore Moisturizing Conditioners/Detanglers For My Natural/Curly Girls

Besides splurging money on beauty and skincare, I love splurging my money on hair care products as well. As a natural hair girl, I love a good moisturizing conditioner/detangler for my 4a/b hair. Below I will present the top four best  inexpensive drugstore conditioners that serve different purposes, and will bring benefit to your hair… Continue reading Top Four Drugstore Moisturizing Conditioners/Detanglers For My Natural/Curly Girls

Product of The Week: Moroccanoil Treatment #NaturalHair

      I’m sure looking at the above picture I posted and looking at the many of bottles, you can tell I really love using this oil. This is not something new to my routine I’ve been using it since 2012 (my first semester in college). This line alone is on the pricey side (worth it)… Continue reading Product of The Week: Moroccanoil Treatment #NaturalHair

Hair Grease: Why I Still Use and Won’t Apologize as a Natural Hair Girl

Versus the 80s and the 90s, now as a natural hair girl I have YouTube where I can see tutorial or videos on how to properly take care of my natural hair, tips, reviews on products I want to try, and see girls with my own hair texture.  Before Shea Moisture, Carols Daughter, Mixed Chicks,… Continue reading Hair Grease: Why I Still Use and Won’t Apologize as a Natural Hair Girl

Ulta Haul: Mario Badescu , LA Girl Pro and Origins

  Tuesday I decided to go to Ulta and splurge my money on some old and new products that I’m familiar with and with some new products I’ve been eyeing. Below you’ll see the new products I’ve invested in and some that I am familiar with.   Origins Checks and Balances Frothy Face Wash- Sensitive,… Continue reading Ulta Haul: Mario Badescu , LA Girl Pro and Origins

My Thoughts on The BH Cosmetics 10 Color Professional Blush Palette

If you know me you would know that besides MAC, BH cosmetics were the first makeup brand that I’ve ever invested in. They care about their customers, they’re affordable, they have great deals, and so much more.  Even though I prefer higher end to drugstore makeup products. I will never 100 percent turn my back… Continue reading My Thoughts on The BH Cosmetics 10 Color Professional Blush Palette

Product of the Week: Where My Curly/Natural Girls At!!!!!!!!!!!

You know besides makeup, skincare, and beauty. I like to feature hair care products for my curly and natural hair girls. I must admit I’m a product/smell junkie, and if it’s affordable. My product of the week goes to the Garnier Fructis Sleek and Shine Leave in Conditioner. It retail for $2.96 at Walmart and… Continue reading Product of the Week: Where My Curly/Natural Girls At!!!!!!!!!!!

How Michel’le Biopic Is an Important Talk in The Discussion Table: Five Things I learned

As many others, yesterday I tuned into Lifetime to watch Surviving Compton the Michel’le story. I was very excited for her to tell her story because she was a pivotal woman in N.W.A yrs, and was the first R&B act that was singing on mostly Hip-hop or Gangsta rap songs that influenced so many other… Continue reading How Michel’le Biopic Is an Important Talk in The Discussion Table: Five Things I learned