On October 5th 2017, Fulbekloset website was launched here in Minneapolis. The event took place at the Minnetonka Club House. I was fortunate to get invited for the private viewing of Fulbeklost web launch and it was also the CEO birthday. The website is very easy to navigate and the pictures are amazing. The goal is to merge Ankara with western fashion to provide a luxury style.
Our mission is to give our customers the buying power, while creating a unique platform for African luxury items
Fenty Beauty, Match your Skin Tone and The Beauty Inclusion of 40 Shades!
A multicultural approach to beauty line is to provide products that cater to a vast majority of different skin tones. There is no denying that women around the world have been going crazy about Fenty Beauty. It is tough to ignore that other beauty brands are scrambling now. Rihanna is known for her fashion and beauty look with outstanding success in the industry.
Fenty Beauty was created for everyone: for women of all shades , personalities, attitudes, culture, and races. I wanted everyone to feel included , that’s the real reason I made this line.” -Rihanna
I have never heard since I started wearing makeup – from back in the days of Mary Kay till Mac Cosmetics, Cover girl, Iman Cosmetic and now Fenty Beauty – that in less than a month a beauty line sold out worldwide. When I went to Sephora it was a zoo the first day and I had to come home because the line was ridiculous.
I received my Trophy Wife Killawatt highlighter and could not stop dancing. I did a swatch on my wrist. Everyone want to be a Trophy wife ! Yasssss!!!!
The most talked about “PRO FILT’R Soft Matte Longwear foundation” is meeting a lot of women expectations. So , I decided to do the work for all MN women, scroll down and watch vloggers from different part of the world “slay” fenty beauty.
It was like watching a beauty-buster movie in different shades. Enjoy!
Shade 420 and 410 with Jackie Aina
“White business get funded based on potentials, but black businesses get funded based on proof!”
Meet talented singer “Imani Waters” at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Our collaboration was effortless. Even though there was a mini-disaster in the styling process, she was calm and flexible to all changes that took place that day. It was shocking to learn that she does not use any makeup. Yes, all that skin is natural! She only applied lipstick.
Right now she is focusing on her music while maintaining a normal life. She wants her music to reach people to make them feel fulfilled.
Book Imani for events – wedding, birthday party, or any special occasion . Her voice will give you goose-bumps and you will be entertained.
Vanessa is hosting Miss Nigeria International (MNI) 2018 to help women understand the importance of education, making use of their creativity and becoming solid entrepreneurs.
“I have learned that there are a lot of misconception about women that pursue their dreams to become beauty queens.”
Critics focus on :
Body size : The normal expectation of the industry focuses on a certain body type and height. MNI 2018 is here to encourage ladies to go beyond their beautiful faces or bodies. This is why she made it a priority to have a physical trainer during the week of MNI beauty pageant to help each girl maintain a healthy body size.
Beauty Manners :She emphasized that every woman should behave as a queen in their every day life. Let’s imagine, Queen Elizabeth fighting on the street or we hear her using obscene words in public. I do not think anyone will give her the respect that she deserve worldwide. This is the same way women should behave no matter the circumstances. Try to protect your image in public and control the words that come out of your mouth. Especially in social media , it breaks my heart to see how some ladies portray themselves online. This images are going to be online forever and that can be detrimental to their future. I am not saying I am perfect but I want women to learn from our mistakes and have a better tomorrow.
Build a solid future : I’m happy to see the “Melanin popping ” trend started. I believe is a great way to accept women especially our Black/African women that are interested in the beauty Industry. A friend once asked me “Is beauty pageant still a thing ? ” and I replied yes ! It will always be a thing. Because as the future unveils it self, we are getting women from all works of life that are investing great resources to improve the beauty pageant lifestyle- for both contestant and winners of any platform.
The world is looking for women that are educated and digital savvy because this is the future. Women are not only going to shatter the glass ceilings but take over the world to a greater height! Women are known to be nurturing by nature, so we will nurture the world to a more unified universe. Our Heavenly Father loves family, so lets treats ourselves as one family!
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Last week Saturday, my friend invited me to the Annual Unity Dinner at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.It was hosted by the Black Student Union and it was not only Black students in the room.
Although I was a bit late, I had to rush from work down to the University of Minnesota Twin Cities Campus.
Cementing our greatness as Black
Chanda Smith Baker
The dinner was a unique occasion that focused on discussing real issues that are ongoing in the world today.
Art is a voice for change!
The four questions asked:
What is Black/African American culture in United States, and to what extend can people have access to that culture?
How do we deal with Black student isolation on campus, and is there a way we can support admissions?
3. How do we dismantle police brutality and violence against our (Black) community?
4. What can our community (UMN) do to make an impact, and what would you like to see from your peers and administrators?
One way of been great , is surrounding yourself with people that are great.
Some suggestions that were brought up on the topic of police brutality. First, it was discussed that improving this infrastructure can be done by providing education. This means informing black individuals on how to guide themselves with optimism and shattering the stereotype in Black culture.
Another good point was removing the pipeline of imprisonment and improving the cultural change in the police system.