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    Hey Lovelies, Let me ask you a quick question. When was the last time you walked into your closet and felt empowered about what you had to wear? I know sometimes I can't remember either and I do this for a living. I was chatting about it with some friends the other day and they all said the same thing. "I have a closet full of clothes but I feel like I have nothing to wear" I don't want anyone to have to live like that.  It causes such anxiety and it drains your confidence knowing you are not empowered in what's going in...

Hey Lovelies, This week I am talking to my Gentlemen about updating their style so ladies, if there's a guy in your life pass these gems along!  Being well dressed is a form of manners.  Truth. Being well dressed doesn't mean always a being in a suit or wearing too tight clothes. It does mean dressing well consistently, relevant to the person you are, and your environment. Below are some tips to step up your dress game and yes you can thank me later. Fit Is King Most men wear their clothes waaayyyyyy too big. Case in point. In the left photo, the shoulders are too...

Hey Lovelies, It's almost officially fall and time to review your makeup collection.  Did you know that makeup is not good forever? I know it sucks but better to chuck some old mascara than have an eye infection right? I have compiled a list of your common products and how long you should hold em and when to fold em. Mascara & liquid eyeliner:  Replace every 3 to 4 months because bacteria gets into the tube every time you take it out and put it back in (nasty). Pencil Eyeliner - No more than two years and always sharpen it before you use it...

What is beauty?  Where does our idea of beauty come from?  For most of us, the media and the magazines give us our ideas about beauty and the standards that we can't possibly measure up to.  The part they leave out if how important a part your inner beauty plays into the core of your very being.  Our beliefs about ourselves usually starts when we are young from our parents, our fathers in particular.  My father would tell me how pretty I was, but for whatever reason, I didn't believe him. He spoke the words but it didn't resonate in...