Black beauty is one that is unique and indigenous only to those of african descent. Its evied and imitated by those who lack its distinctive traits. Yet, we don't seem to love or accept, but fear and reject it. Stop letting people tell you that only those with "good" hair can grow sensational lengths or can have a healthy, glorious crown. Stop putting cash in the underqualified stylists hands and learn to do it on your own. A 6 billion dollar industry, and not a cent of its going into your pockets. Reclaim your cash, and your pride.
1,000 Faces of Mother Henna is a spiritual and personal vow to create one thousand pieces of work, each incorporating some henna design and an element of a face. One thousand art works, one grrrrrl, and her quest to manifest peace.
This blog was created to sell 1000 handmade pillows to raise money
for my wedding. Like many brides to be on a budget it gets very
expensive to plan the simplest of weddings. The taxes and gratuity
alone for an average wedding party is enough to scare anyone. Then you
add the costs of a wedding dress, photographer, videoagrapher, flowers,
ceremony, cake, reception…You get the idea.
I am not rich and neither is the man that I am planning to marry. So
this is the only way I could think of to raise enough money to pay for
100CafeStreet.com is a Dessert Blog. We Talk about sweets for the sweetest! From yummy recipes and creative ideas to chocolate, cakes, cookies and brownies! We also have interviews with the creators of some of the most delicious desserts out there! Sometimes, they sponsor yummy giveaways so... visit us!
Heather Ferguson maintains an impressive weblog detailing the ongoing restoration of her 1912 Craftsman wood-shingle bungalow in Los Angeles. Pages full of photographs and articles on the many details
1951 Ranch Redo chronicles the renovation of our ranch-style house located in Corvallis, Oregon. In addition to discussing our ranch, I also talk about things (architecture, shopping, reproduction, e