If you haven't already heard, Teyana Taylor recently announced that she's opening a 90s-themed nail salon in Harlem! I know I'm not the only one who's excited because I loveeeeeeeeee nails!! There hasn't been a lot of info as far as the location or opening date but stay tuned.....I know I will be!
I know my fellow West Indians will appreciate this one! I recently came across a monthly subscription box with uniquely tailored products that are essential in many West Indian kitchens. Even if you're not West Indian but love the food, you can get your hands on products like (seasonings, pepper sauce, sorrel, pholourie mix, curry, and so much more). Visit www.callaloobox.com for more information.
Do you suffer from painful mentsrual cramps?! Then, you might want to check out Livia. It's pretty much a small, clip on device that, once turned on, eliminates pain associated with cramps. Sounds a little hard to believe, right? Well if you're little skeptical, they offer a money back guarantee. And right now there's a 15% off Valentine's Day promotion. So check it out www.mylivia.com
If you didn't believe the internet and technology has taken over, you probably will after reading this post. Yes, you can now get divorced online. And it's not that expensive. You can start with a simple questionnaire to find the package that best suits you. The most expensive package listed is $2500 (plus additional state fees). Not sure how I feel about this, but I guess it does save time since so many people do everything else online. So if you're ready to call it quits with your hubby (or wifey) check out www.itsovereasy.com
Nigerian writer, Luvvie Ajayi, has created a database filled with all the black queens running for office this year. You're welcome! www.blackwomeninpolitics.com
Are you tired of deleting your photos and videos because you're running out of storage?! Well now you never have to again. The Ever app allows you to add unlimited photos to avoid having to delete them. And it's free!
Are you ready to buy Black? The 'Official Black Wall Street' app helps you find Black-owned businesses in your area that cater to your needs. Discover thousands of businesses from restaurants, clothing, beauty, to real estate, and so much more. Read/write reviews and favorite businesses. You can even receive alerts that let you know when you're near a Black-owned business. And if you are a business owner you can create a profile to boost your business in the Black community. I think this app is pretty cool, even though I don't have that many options near where I live. Download the app and let me know what you think!
I must admit my love for Cardi B grows more and more every day (actually, it's borderline obsession at this point!). But I wasn't always feeling her. My boyfriend first showed me her IG page back when she was just a regular stripper from the Bronx posting videos with no chill. And I was sooooo annoyed! But she grew on me. She around my age, she's a Libra like me, she's half Trini (like me!), and she also doesn't give a fuck (LIKE ME!!!). And just like any other Libra she's sensitive, self-conscious, and super down to earth, but will still fuck you up if need be. But that's not what I love most about her. My love for Cardi B is simply because of the way she leveled up. Whether you respect her beginnings or not, if Cardi B doesn't motivate you to never stop the grind then you're fuckin' bugging....or a hater! Either way, she's taking the world by storm and I hope she never stops! I recently checked out her interview with Fader magazine and of course I loved it. And if after you read it and you don't love her too (or at least respect her) then idk what else to tell you! www.thefader.com/2017/06/22/cardi-b-cover-story-interview
So this is really a thing!!! And it was discovered by 3 high school students as a school project. Hopefully this becomes available to everyone in the near future, so that know female ever has to go the trauma of being date raped! Watch the video and check out the full story on Forbes.com
KUDOS TO THESE LADIES!!!
Rightfully dubbed "the black Netflix", KweliTV is an interactive streaming service dedicated to the stories, issues, and culture of the global black community. Though it's still in beta phase (it's launch is expected some time this year), KweliTV has already garnered nationwide attention. It's goal is to enhance knowledge, encourage empowerment, and promote positive change throughout the black community. KweliTV offers (black) indie films, (black) web shows, (black) documentaries, and more. Unlike Netflix, KweliTV has different subscription plans to fit your needs: $0.99/per video, $2.99/month, or $19.99/year. So do it for the culture and and give KweliTV a try.
Click the link ---> Kweli.tv