The American beauty industry wouldn’t be what it is today without the influences of Asian beauty. Without imported Korean and Japanese brands like Etude House, Shiseido, and Hera, we wouldn’t have witnessed the rise in popularity surrounding cushion foundations, popsicle-stain-inspired lip tints, and glass-skin primers. But more importantly, we have to give credit to the influential Asian Americans sharing their in-depth knowledge, cultures, and visions through blogs, YouTube, Instagram, and other “democratized” platforms. Over the past few decades, many have grown their influence and popularity through less traditional means, while the mainstream beauty industry (and investors) saw
Count on Rihanna to make even grocery shopping look glamorous. The street style icon was photographed out in Los Angeles, carrying a bag of food from Bristol Farms. She wore a short jean mini skirt, open Celine printed top, pink bra, a gold choker, metallic stilettos, and sunglasses with a neon green face mask. It was a very summery look for early spring:
Rihanna has been photographed out frequently the past couple weeks, showing off the many sides of her street style while going out to dinner in Los Angeles. She has worn slip
With the flowers blooming and the birds chirping now that it’s spring, this only means that summer is right around the corner. Soon we’ll be wearing sandals, swimwear, cutoffs, and bright summery jewelry, of course. Since the pandemic started, we all have been yearning for mood-lifting jewels that will brighten up our days. If you think about it, jewelry has been a constant throughout the pandemic; it’s helped us feel dressed up for any last-minute virtual calls, and throwing some on is a quick and easy way to make any outfit (no matter how casual) look put together.
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Today marks the 110th anniversary of International Women’s Day, a day to reflect on the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women around the globe. Aside from donating to female-focused charities, raising awareness about women’s equity, and lobbying for gender parity, spending your money at women-owned businesses is one of the easiest ways you can show support on IWD.
Women of the past and present are paving the way for future female business leaders. According to a