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This episode drops on Beyonce’s 37th birthday so it’s only appropriate we discuss her Vogue September 2018 cover article and what a great example she's setting.
We're also discussing that viral Brooklyn nail salon video - yes, THAT ONE - and what it made me think about supporting black-owned beauty businesses.
But first I'm catching you up on my summer, including my quick thoughts on why you need to see the birthday girl on her On the Run II tour and my recap of TWO independent beauty expos.
***Please excuse the sound issues. Part of my transition means I had to record in less than ideal conditions!!***
Check out the links to articles, companies and products I mentioned on the episode here:
Indie Beauty Expo
Ethique, the eco-friendly personal care brand
L.O.V., the European makeup brand with magnetic (I said metallic, I meant magnetic) eye shadow pots
Shea Terra, the skincare brand that uses African black soap and other African indigenous ingredients that are good for you
Project Beauty Expo
Kreyol Essence, the Haitian skincare brand you'll soon see everywhere
Girl and Hair, the brand that wants you to care for your scalp under those weaves, braids, wigs and extensions!
Beija Flor Naturals, the wash-and-go friendly brand created for curls, kinks and coils
Beyonce’s VOGUE Interview
That semi-viral Brooklyn nail salon attack
The New York Times article about unethical NYC nail salons
Molas Boutique Spa in Brooklyn, NY
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