EEEKS! No makeup and you want me to WHAT? That’s kind of what Tanya Tello said to me when I asked her to join me today sans makeup. Why you might be asking me is Tanya joining me today? Well you see it’s one thing for me to tell you how easy makeup is to put on but the real trick comes when I’m guiding someone else to put it on. So sit back, get comfy and come and meet Tanya learn all about makeup!
What a crazy chain of events yesterday at the Daytime Emmy Awards. Sadly there was a firestorm about social media and the lack of professionalism by my peers. Not everyone understands there place on the red carpet. So here’s the scoop.
Last night The New York Metropolitan Museum paid their annual tribute to fashion. Charles James was the honouree (showing May, 8 – August, 10 2014) and whether you loved or hated the fashion it’s time for a little schooling when it comes to the hits and misses and how Charles James influenced many decisions. Tune in, sit back and buckle up.
One of the most difficult times to be a friend is when someone you care about gets hit with the most foul of blows. What can I do as a friend? It’s not always easy to know what to say or do. If I am not equipped to give the answer it’s up to me to direct my friend to someone who just might be able to get them started.
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This is just the tip of the iceberg to teen suicide.
This is dedicated to a friend who Gary Samson who never made it into adulthood. As some of you know this video is auto Tweeted and posted to Facebook and thankfully it has already been seen by a couple of people. One of those people to see this was one of my friend Lail. Lail showed this video to her 15 year old daughter and after asking her mum I was promptly sent a friend request on Facebook. Why am I telling you this? Because you never know who you will impact by telling your story to, warts and all. There is beauty everywhere and in my experience the most incredible beauty is often found in depths of ones murkiest and darkest times. Sit back sistah’s, get comfortable, tune in and turn up the volume.
If you need help in the U.S, call Suicide Prevention 1-800-273-8255