Hey yall, it’s Mo. I am excited to announce that I will be attending the Fashion With a Passion (FWAP) show this weekend, Nov. 2 at The Venue Scottsdale as a media guest! FWAP is an exciting fashion show that features local models and local businesses offering their latest in […]
This past summer the natural hair community was excited at the news of a new invention, the CWK Straight Plates, a product that straightens hair without the use of a flat iron (or curing iron, or whatever you use). The KickStarter campaign was HUGELY successful, creator Kelechi Bradley exceeded her crowdfunding […]
You’re getting ready for a big event, you reach over to grab your favorite mascara (you know, the one that makes your lashes look AMAZING…), after your signature three coats on the first eye, to your horror you realize that…..you’re out of lashy goodness 🙁 Allow us to introduce […]
Honey is THE BOMB. Not only does it sweeten your food and drink, but the humectant, antioxidant and antibacterial properties make it an amazing product for the skin and hair. To ensure that you are getting the most benefits when using it in your beauty regimen, use 100% pure, raw, unfiltered honey. […]
The folks at nuNAAT were gracious enough to provide their entire Real Me Curl-to-Coil Collection for Mo to try and provide a review. Check out how she created two different looks using these products!
Some of you may recall that we participated in the Los Angeles INHMD event in May as a sample sponsor. We provided VBar samples for the LA Curly Girls event, and the group founder and President Lydia Boyd has shared her impression of the VBar, check out this video: We are […]
What causes unhealthy hair?? Diet? Improper use of heat? Shampoo? Weather? When our hair isn’t in its healthiest condition, there are several variables that can be the culprit. Fortunately there are relatively inexpensive, time-tested, ol’ school products/techniques available that can help treat damaged hair…and you may only need to look […]
Diaspora Showcase Africa debuted on September 18, 2004, in Tucson, Arizona, as a fashion drama on the runway, while spotlighting humanitarian organizations that have made a significant contribution to Africa. The first show, “The Princess and the Porcupine,” was based on a script written by Kwevi Quaye , the creator […]