OK Ladies, listen up! I have a new secret weapon that everyone needs to know about.
Drum Roll…… The Burt’s Bees Herbal Blemish Stick
Recently while on a business trip to Seattle an awesome co worker shared this little secret with me. I was boarding the plane from east coast to west coast with an awful zit lurking on my chin. By the time we landed on got to the hotel my chin was crazy! This zit was just angry! That’s when she wiped out this magically like stick and changed my life. I as unsure at first, I usually put tooth paste on zits, and since the next day was filled with meetings I didn’t know if I should try something new. But she has amazing skin so I decided to try it out. I applied it to a q-tip and showed that monster who was boss. And like magic the next morning it was 90% gone. I couldn’t believe it. That night we took the Red-Eye back to New York and that next day I was at Rite Aid picking up a Blemish Stick of my very own.
For just $8 bucks, this is one product that everyone should have!
Here are some of the Super Sexy Dames to rock a pair of black ears
Ok, I confess, I am a Cat Lady!
And Anne Hathaway bringing Cat Woman back to the Big Screen has given me some Cat Scratch Fever. (Corny, I know)
It’s really just another excuse for me to look up some crazy cat swag.
A week ago today I had the honor of showing my line, Bombshell Clothing, at the Shortstack’s 6th Annual Charity Fashion Show. The show was held at the Gorgeous Midtown Loft and Terrace on 5th Ave. This was my third year being involved in the show, and will definitely not be my last. There is nothing I love more then some awesomely bad ass girls who all get together and work the runway for a better cause.
Shortstack™ is a teen driven fashion and modeling program. Its goal is to allow young girls who do not fit the “normal” model standards to be a part of charitable fashion events. For years, girls have been rejected from the modeling industry because they are too short. Shortstack was created by teens under the guidance of Windows of Opportunity, Inc. to give these “short” girls a chance at achieving their dreams as models and empower them to love themselves for who they are. Proceeds from the Fashion Show will be donated to Windows of Opportunity, Inc.’s Youth Development Programs, such as the HIV Empowerment and Leadership Program (HELP), “The Inner You” Program for Eating Disorders, and more.
The Girls involved in Shortstack are by far some of the best models I have had the pleasure of working with. Why blend in when you can stand out, and that’s exactly what these girls do!