There are seven fundamental types of catastrophes. Beauty is not one of them.
First Friday of the month & it just happens to land on the first day of February, new beginnings all around. Hope everyone had a great week & will have an even greater weekend… till next week, enjoy these random online bits of wonder….
𝍬 26 Moments That Restored Our Faith In Humanity is a step toward some sunshine and faith when so much in our world is completely mad.
𝍬 He was on the brink of a major life change but sadly, died alone and homeless before he knew about it.
𝍬 20 Absolutely Breathtaking Photos of Central Park makes it easy to see why it costs so much to rent or buy anywhere near the area.
𝍬 Leonardo DiCaprio is one of my favorite actors, so when I heard he walked Kate Winslet down the aisle at her wedding, admittedly I gasped a little. How sweet.
𝍬 If you’re an esthetician, a spa enthusiast or just like reading interesting articles about the subject, you’ll find this one about Race Relations and the Spa Industry worth your while. As a black woman and licensed esthetician, I agree my education didn’t cover the special needs of ethnic skin – which includes other ethnicities of color as well. The Fitzpatrick Scale is just the start of it! I was the only brown face in the class & if I hadn’t been there to bring up hyperpigmentation, scarring, keloids and so on, my instructor might’ve skipped it altogether. There’s definitely a gap.
𝍬 Since I’ve been blabbing about natural hair this week (my unfinished journey..more to come next week), thought I’d share this fabulous slideshow all about Natural Hair in 2012: The Year Curly, Kinky And Natural Tresses Took Over The World
𝍬 It’s Black History Month…so I’d like to include one of my earlier & favorite posts from last February. Do you know about Sarah Forbes Bonetta Davies? I’ve found her story fascinating since I first read about her. You have to consider the times and the unique life she lived, pretty amazing. Where was her story in my history books?