Hair style is the final tip-off whether or not a woman really knows herself.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Celebrities die to keep a child alive(Digital Death)

something to definitely follow... Help keep a child and a life a alive

Help support Alicia Keys Help keep a child alive foundation

"No one can lead our lives for us. We are responsible for our actions. So people—especially the younger generation---need to be very careful especially where safe sex is concerned."
-- Salman Ahmad

Monday, November 29, 2010

I ♡ Fashion

Fashion and the Hall of Fame in Bronx

Some work done sometime back... it was cold, sunny, and overall produtctive... shot at the Bronx Community college Hall of Fame in the Bronx..

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Halloween was so much fun

I just have to say that I don't normally celebrate halloween... but these past two yrs I have enjoyed it so ^_^... this year I felt so good as I prepared to go out and have fun only a night before the day.  My friends Davis and Miguel assisted me with a few tweaks here and there and I felt like such a barbie... as we went out and partied I saw some very creative costumes, and I must say many loved my costume everyone was asking to be photographed with me, I felt like such a celebrity.  Overall I had a blast and hope to enjoy the next one ;D

check it out

what a fun night could have not been in better company love my boys  xoxo.

Monday, October 25, 2010

My walk to support breast cancer research

This month is National Breast Cancer awareness month and I'm sure that this is a topic many of us can relate to.  Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in the United States...Breast cancer is a disease in which malignant(cancer) cells form in the tissues of the breast. It is considered a heterogeneous disease—differing by individual, age group, and even the kinds of cells within the tumors themselves. Obviously no woman wants to receive this diagnosis, but hearing the words "breast cancer" doesn't always mean an end. It can be the beginning of learning how to fight, getting the facts and finding hope.

According to the American Cancer Society, about 1.3 million women will be diagnosed with breast cancer annually worldwide and about 465,000 will die from the disease. 

While breast cancer is less common at a young age, younger women tend to have more aggressive breast cancers than older women, which may explain why survival rates are lower among younger women. All women are at risk for developing breast cancer. The older a woman is, the greater her chances of developing breast cancer. Approximately 77% of breast cancer cases occur in women over 50 years of age.

White, Hawaiian, and African-American women have the highest incidence of invasive breast cancer in the United States, approximately four times higher than the lowest group.

 Due to breast cancer my uncle lost three sisters to the disease one of them being his twin, it has been something that has stayed with me since a young girl and I've always wanted to do something to show my support for these women.  Hoping to do more in the future I begin this journey by donating not just money but my time and energy as well.

he supported the cause by dressing as a breast

my good friend Mara joined me on this walk :D

“Hope is one of the greatest gifts we have been given. It carries no price tag but its value is priceless. We cling to it when the future looks uncertain and praise it when things turn out better than we could have ever imagined. Hope is the foundation on which we build our dreams and aspirations. It has been the cornerstone upon which ordinary people have accomplished extraordinary things.”
Sandy Lynam Clough

Monday, October 18, 2010

Willow Smith... Whip my hair

Willow Smith's Debut video off her singe whip my hair

Monday, October 11, 2010

Glossy Magazine

Recent work Featured in Glossy magazine

Photography: Sarah Jane
Wardrobe: Cheryl Simmons
Make-up: Victor Noble
Hair: Julia Rose

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Nails a more eclectic look on fashion

  As a young girl I was always fascinated by my mothers fashion... she had the most fashionable clothes, hair always well groomed and last but not least her nails very well taken care of long shaped and adorned with color.  Which brings me to this post...
  For a while I had neglected the need to care for my nails it was almost irrelevant to me... and of course there is the stage in which I enjoyed the nonessential look of acrylic, and plastic finger nails, that didn't turn out very well.  Furthermore I have had an obsession with nail color, changing my color every week.  Nail color helps to add a dash of personality to every outfit if you ask me it can vary from sophistication to very playful.