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 SAM_2715(Tyra Beauty Cosmetics Line…And all mine! hehe.)

August 28, 2015

Leah V. Daily:

Tyra Beauty Review

Detroit, MI

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So as you guys know, I love-s my cosmetics. I can’t always apply it, but I love it nonetheless. I got some cool products from Supermodel, Tyra Bank’s new cosmetics line. I made a vlog about it on my new YouTube Channel: Leah V. Daily Tyra Beauty Review Check that out. And you can also see my beauty regimen as well.

In the gorge selfie above, I am wearing several of her cosmetics. Smack My Fat Lash (Mascara), OOPS Liner, Line ‘Em, Fashion-Able Blush (Cream), Cheek In A Stick, and Light In A Stick.

“We’ve created innovative, luxurious and easy-to-use products to help you look and feel your fiercest—in just minutes!”

–TyTy

Quote courtesy of Tyra.com

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First off, all these products are hypo-allergenic. There are a few liquid eyeliners that I can’t use because they burn my eyes. Opps Liner was very gentle and I loved the pointed tip and easy glide applicator. It also has an “Oops” tip on the opposite side where you can actually erase messy wing lines and sculpt the point to perfection. The Smack My Fat Lash was also gentle on my eyes and didn’t clump up upon application. I used Line ‘Em on the outer lower water line for extra drama.

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WordPress won’t let me rotate this pic! Anywho, turn your computer sideways. Hehe. I used Fashion-Able Blush and Cheek In A Stick on my cheeks. The first one is in a cute little jar and the other in a stick. Both are so easy to blend and lasts all day.

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(Shades: Pitaya, Flower band: Wal-Mart, Sweater: Torrid)

After a long day, my makeup lasted and I was satisfied with the products. If you want to check out the rest of Tyra Beauty or purchase any of her cosmetics go to Tyra Beauty

And I’m ready for my closeup :0

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(MUA: Madinah M.)

May 3, 2015

Southfield, MI

The Ultimate Style Expo by Scotta Intimates

http://www.scottaintimates.net/

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So Bruna of the blog StyleMile and I were asked to return to the Ultimate Style Expo to serve as guest judges on the Street Style Blogger Competition!

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We chose Jordan Blackwell of Lil Miss JB Style. Loved the monochromatic look!

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Thanks Shaneia for inviting me 🙂 I enjoyed myself.

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This model rocked the runway.

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Madinah with the host, Ron Dance.

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Models after the show.

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These pics are super dark. Forgive the lighting. Yall like my dress, though? It’s from Forever 21 and so is the necklace. I shop there so much that I think I should just start working there. Ha.

(Photo courtesy of FashionMeetsGod.com)

Jireh (at the end, far left) of the blog Fashion Meets God didn’t win, but she looked amazing. Her dress was courtesy of Thrift on the Ave in Detroit.

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(Fashion bloggers and the founder of Embrace The Natural You, Ginny)

Natural Hair, Health & Beauty Expo

Hosted By Embrace The Natural You

Detroit, Michigan

Wayne State University

June 7th, 2014

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Many fashionistas, naturalistas, health gurus, and creative souls came together and made this 2nd annual event a great success.

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Guests from all over the city came together to attend the style, health, and beauty workshops.

Embrace4I thought these two were just stunning in their colorful print and floral patterned dresses.

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Outfit Details: The dress and shades are from Forever21, and the floral jacket I got from Burlington Coat Factory 🙂

Thank you Ginny for inviting me. I learned a lot about health, beauty, and style. Can’t wait for the third expo!

For more info on upcoming events check out her website @  http://www.embracethenaturalyou.com/

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(Ceytra: Photos courtesy of Guru PR)

Watch out female rappers and emcees, Ceytra, the Nigerian queen has made it onto the scene. She is releasing her new single “I Work” ft. The Boy Illinois. She is well-known in Chicago and New York for her poetic yet hard hitting lyrics, and we’ve got an interview with her. We talked to Ceytra about style, music, and the industry as a whole. Check her out:

LV: Tell the readers a little bit about your background.

Ceytra: Well, I like to describe myself as a “Nigerian female artist who raps”. I’m from Chicago, born and raised. My parents are from Nigeria. I like to incorporate my roots into my music and fashion. I’ve been doing music for many years. I started out writing poetry to cope with a lot of personal issues, which turned into hardcore lyrics. I graduated from college in the spring of 2013 — I went to school for education. All in all, I love to create music, workout, and laugh.

 

LV: How would you describe your personal style?

Ceytra: I would say it’s more edgy, sexy, and stylish. Certain days depends on how I dress. I always want to be comfortable and stand out. Style is not about what you wear, “It’s how YOU wear it”. I always like to incorporate my Nigerian heritage into my style, whether I am going to an event, doing a photo-shoot, or just a regular day. I love to incorporate a material called “Ankara” into my clothing. Being an artist, you always want to be different from the rest.

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LV: How does your music influence your style and vice versa?

Ceytra: My music has definitely influenced my style of fashion. The things I rap or talk about have to be real. I rap with such a hardcore sound while giving people my Nigerian roots — that brings out a “seductive feel” in my overall style.

LV: How do you embrace your body image being in an industry that is very critical to everything?

Ceytra: I don’t put too much focus on that. Yes, there is a lot of pressure and competition in this industry, but you have to love yourself first. It’s a shame how they put pressure on us women, but hey that’s our world! I just give people “Me”, and that’s all I can give you. I am a very curvy woman and I can’t hide that. You either love it or hate it! Simple…

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LV: Who are some of your fashion inspirations? Why?

Ceytra: I really like Emily B. from Love & Hip-Hop’s fashion sense. Emily has so much style it makes no sense! Not only is she a curvy woman, but she embraces it and doesn’t care what people think. From her taste in heels, bodycon dresses, etc — I truly love it! Also, Olori Swank is beyond amazing. Not only is she Nigerian, this girl is remarkable. She is a stylist for Keyshia Cole, Lance Gross, and many more. The way she coordinates things together is so tasteful! She definitely inspires me to always ‘Dress to Kill’!

LV:  What are your future plans? Aspirations? 

Ceytra: I can’t really tell the future, but I have a lot of goals I need to reach. I plan on taking the industry by storm and really dominating with my brand and my music. I feel like every artist has a story to tell, and this Nigerian Goddess has a lot to say.

Watch out for Ceytra’s new single @ https://soundcloud.com/thisisceytra/

And follow her on her many social media outlets:

Official Website: http://thisisceytra.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisisceytra
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ceytra
Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisisceytra

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(Above: Carlotta Tutt Holloway of the She Is… Project)

October 26, 2013

Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History

Detroit, MI

I was invited to this expo by Carlotta the founder of the She Is Project and True Root Marketing. It was a day filled with panel discussions by PR and marketing women, fashion bloggers, and business minded people. The room was full of photographers, retail booths, and local bloggers all coming together for one purpose: empowerment.

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My OOTD. I went with a rocker chic look. Army fatigue swag.

Sheis3One of the panel members, and she is a fashion blogger. Her OOTD slays!

Sheis8Pictures of fabulous audience members. Sheis10  The owners of Thrifty Broads and audience members.

Sheis7The panel members after the panel discussion.

Sheis9Carlotta and her niece, Annastasia.

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Eid Prayer was early, early in the morning. I borrowed this amazing hijab (head scarf) from my friend. I’m not sure the exact color name, but I called it burnt orange or pumpkin.

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Ahhh, no make-up on….Well at least no foundation. I felt a little naked.

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My friends and I after Eid prayer. The leaves are changing. It’s officially Fall!

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Outfit of the Day (OOTD): Headchain from eBay. Scarf from my friend. Earrings from Lane Bryant. Sequined blazer and dress from Torrid. And shoes from Macy’s.

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Fall Fashion. Hijabi-Style 🙂

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Detroit Design Festival

Eastern Market

Detroit, MI

“Fashion After Dark”

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We had a great time at the “Fashion After Dark” fashion show.

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All the models after the show.

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(Left) Kat, the model and Madinah MUA.

(Right) Lilapop, the photographer, in her Kroger bag dress and .

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It was a hair-raising experience.

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(Left) It was a full house.

(Right) Our looks for the evening.

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Some of the fashions from local designers.

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The audience got to see sleek and wild styles!

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Hair raising afros, leather, and chains.

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An entire dress made out of bubble wrap. I love it.

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Noir Leather has some awesome pieces.


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