Sarah Ize-Iyamu – Sizbeauty.com
Where is your business based?
My business is entirely online.
What do you make/sell? Tell us about yo’ self.
So, I run a beauty blog where I teach women how to clear their dark spots, dark knuckles, sunburn, acne and blackheads with simple natural home remedies. I also write about how beauty bloggers and entrepreneurs can use digital marketing to launch and grow their beauty brand online.
How long have you had your business?
Basically 1 year +
The rising cost of educational fees, combined with the soaring cost of living, has left numerous students struggling to afford to pay their way through university.
Yet, developing numbers of resourceful undergraduates are beating the system by signing up to the ‘sugar baby’way of life that sees older men spending thousands to spend time with them.
So-called sugar daddies take them out for dinner, treat them to lavish holidays and even pay them a monthly ‘allowance’ for the pleasure of their company.
Continue reading “‘He paid me £400 on our second date’: Student, 23, joins growing number of women relying on sugar daddies to pay their way through university with ‘expenses’ of up to £2,700 a MONTH”
After huge amounts of on-screen characters, directors, producers and more showed their support for Time’s Up at the Golden Globe Awards on January 7, Oprah Winfrey sat down with a couple of the ladies who led the initiative to discuss where they — and we — go from here.
How often have you watched Say Yes To The Dress and cringed at the incredibly tiny sample size gowns brides to have to squeeze into? It’s a cruel reality: most wedding shops (of all shapes and sizes) don’t carry dresses in non-sample sizes, not to mention sizes for ladies with curves.
So thank the wedding gods somebody chose to fix the problem.
Haute & Co. Bridal Boutique, founded by Shanelle Armstrong Fowler, is a luxury bridal shop that works with brides sizes 14 to 32. The Shanelle Armstrong Fowler mantra: You don’t have to sacrifice on having the classic, fashionable bridal experience because of what you look like.
When it comes to spotting mistakes made by brands – or anyone for that fact – nobody is safe from the all-seeing eyes of Twitter. Well H&M is the latest fashion brand to come under fire for an image that is being branded as racist.
2017 was a great year of Cardi B. The New York rapper killed it with her first chart-topping single “Bodak Yellow”, rocked the front rows of New York Fashion Week, and got that hallowed Instagram selfie with Beyoncé. Presently, just nine days into 2018, the performer is claiming that she directly influenced the release of ‘Lucky Charms Frosted Flakes’, demanding that she gets two percent of profits.
Cardi is obviously referring to her verse “Rollie got charms, look like Frosted Flakes”, from her greatest banger “Bodak Yellow”. Taking to her Instagram, the rap star posted (in ways that she tends to): “They Hurd BODAK YELLOW and was ROLLIE GOT CHARMS LOOK LIKE FROSTED FLAKES?!!!I think we have something right here !!! I want 2 (percent) of sale.”
The red carpet at the 75th Golden Globes was dominated by one colour – black.
Showbiz royalty at the Hollywood awards ceremony wore black gowns, pin badges or black shirts in support of the Time’s Up movement, standing in solidarity with victims of sexual assault and harassment, but what is it all about?
Why did the Golden Globe Awards 2018 attendees wear black?
Attendees at the prestigious occasion stood united with victims of rape and sexual harassment in the entertaining industry by following the dark-coloured dress code.
Stars including Reece Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, and Gal Gadot all wore black in a silent protest against the abused, which centered on allegations made against film mogul Harvey Weinstein.
My grandma passed away my junior year of high school. A month before she passed, she left me a voicemail wishing me happy birthday. Today I got that exact waveform tattooed across my heart, and I am able to play it just by holding my camera over it❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/nwoQ2Bn1DM
— ✨s.o.s. (@sakyrahhh) January 3, 2018
Chicago teen Sakyrah Morris has gone viral after tweeting a video of her new tattoo on Tuesday. She recently tattooed the sound waves of her late grandma’s birthday message to her over her heart.
An app called “Skin Motion” allows her to hold her iPhone over the ink and hear the voicemail. Sakyrah writes her grandmother left her the message just about a month before dying.
Michelle Youdeowei – Naturally Tee
Where is your business based?
Naturally Tee is a UK based online retailer, however, we do ship internationally.
What do you make/sell? Tell us about yo’ self
Naturally Tee is an online store selling organic baby clothes and essentials. Our products are made from 100% organic cotton and are approved by the Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). GOTS is the world leading textile processing standard for organic fibers, which validates that the clothing is Organic cotton and is free from toxins.