Bridgette’s Pick of the Week is bizack! There’s a new Groupon/Living Social-esque resource on the scene for Black women that I know will especially be of interest to Triple B planning brides. The Fly Cut, launched by beauty industry vet Tia Williams (she’s held senior editorial positions at media outlets like Lucky, Teen People and Essence.com) and her two equally fabulous sisters found an innovative way to save women with kinky, curly and wavy tresses hard-earned cash when they visit the salon. This weekly deal site actually sells discounted vouchers for hair salons specializing in your hair. [Read more...]
I know this is a break from my norm, but this week I would like to expound on another Triple B entry: Wedding Day Hair Drama: Natural Versus Straight. About three years ago I made the decision to get off the “creamy crack” and go natural. I would tell anyone who would listen; my ultimate goal was to have a big Jill Scott afro. [Read more...]
Keke Palmer is one of those actresses I feel is underrated in Hollywood. Besides her acting chops, I’m partial to Miss Palmer because I met her a few years back while working at Essence and in addition to being talented she’s a sweetheart. So it is no surprise that when I viewed these adorable images of her on the red carpet, I immediately gushed. Keke opted to rock this look for the premiere of her last film Joyful Noise but it can totally work for a bride on her wedding day, too.
Hey ladies! When planning your wedding, indecisiveness isn’t sexy. Among the many questions I’ve asked myself, two have been hanging over my head:
1. How am I going to wear my hair?
2. Will I wear a veil and if so what kind?