Sunday, November 28, 2010


Friday, November 26, 2010

Paul Mitchell's FAV 5 DIVAS

A diva (English pronunciation: /ˈdiːvə/, Italian: [ˈdiːva]) is a celebrated female singer. The term is used to describe a woman of outstanding talent in the world of opera, and, by extension, in theatre, cinema and popular music. The meaning of diva is closely related to that of "prima donna".

1. Beyonce Knowles
Everyone and their mom knows this lady is the TRUTH! She's incredibly talented, super gorgeous, and of course FIERCE! So it's only right that she gets the #1 slot.

2. Mariah Carey

Dubbed "The Voice" this woman can do no wrong in music. Her vocal range is SICK! Everytime I hear her music it soothes my soul.

3. Rihanna

Fashion ICON!! Hunni always serves it, Oh Na Na LOL

4. Celine Dion

Lady Las Vegas!!! The older she gets the better her vocals. She's been making music for over 3 decades and she is STILL going strong.

5. Paul Mitchell Rabell

No one gives me more life than ME! I'm amazed at how pretty my skinny ass can look and how I put myself together :-)


Saturday, November 20, 2010

P.M.'s (Paul Mitchell Rabell)Top 5 Products For Fall/Winter 2010

For the ULTIMATE HOLD LADIES!!! PUMP PUMP IT UP !!! I don't use this little fella all the time but when I do I Adore it's efforts.

As for fly-aways (the little hairs that stick up) a quick spray of Redken's Wax Blaster does the trick. Again the smell is FREAKIN' AMAZING !!

I use this holding spray by Paul Mitchell to set my curls after I roll and pin them. It's a light mist so no worries about crunchy hair and it doesn't flake so, no Snow White LOL

My folks with dry hair I recommend this oil collection is EVERYTHING!! It's light, locks in moisture, and keeps all frizz under control. Not only does it work but the smell is INCREDIBLE!

For Color Protection I LOVE Color Protection By Garnier It's absolutely AMAZING! It smells super yummy and it gives my hair that Bounce Hunni !


Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Fashion has no color or race, so Essence Breaks "A PROMISE" to their fabulously ignorant readers. . .

From left : Michaela Angela Davis, Ellianna Placas, Angela Burt-Murray
Photo from left: Jerritt Clark/ Getty images, Patrick McMullan, Frank Micelotta/ Getty Images

Last week, the staff of Essence magazine found itself embroiled in a racially charged fracas over its recent appointment of Ellianna Placas, the black publication's first white fashion director. Essence editor-in-chief Angela Burt-Murray went on the record to defend the decision, noting Placas's myriad qualifications and wondering incredulously why readers were so outraged over this, and not, say, a story the mag ran about "sex trafficking of young black girls in urban communities." Read More

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Designer Profile & The Perfect Bag: SANG A @ Debut New York Trunk Show 2010



The quest for IT. The ineffable qualities of must-haveness. The existence of perfect proportions, materials and minute details that, while imperceptible from afar, constitute THE bag every woman must own. Rare indeed. If anyone knows how to seek out and render these characteristics, it would be designer Sang A Im-Prop.

Hailing from South Korea, Sang A embarked on a very early, enduring and highly successful career as a dancer and true pop star. Through the creative channels so oft-associated with performance, Sang A cultivated an identifiable and influential sense of style, and was drawn increasingly to fashion as a profession. On her own volition she took a right turn – no pun intended – and traveled to New York City, enrolling at the Parsons School of Design upon arrival.

For Spring 2006 she launched her namesake collection of exotic skin handbags with catchy names, a carryover from her record deal days. Inspired by downtown New York street attitude, and the exotic skins and construction she researched in the workshops of European luxury houses, SANG A hits a mark that straddles high concept design and visual gratification.

SANG A's colors, materials and shapes have near-addictive, instant appeal. From moody, multidimensional metallic pythons to fantastic, trippy seasnake, croc and mink. The POP is an elongated bucket style with shoulder and handheld straps. MINI POP is an abbreviated, but still roomy version of POP. And this holiday season will undoubtedly see a lot of the FLASH, a signature angled clutch, in crimson metallic fish and stardusted leopard suede.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Trippy Prada motion book!!!!


Chanel Nails Em AgainHot on the heels of the drool-worthy Les Khakis de Chanel, which had fashionistas clamoring for militaristic taupes and muddy greens for fall, Chanel will drop Riva–a pretty, delicate eggshell blue that made its debut on the Saint Tropez Resort runway this May.

If you don’t have enough in the bank to jet off to the Riviera for a quick holiday, Riva’s $39 price tag will do the trick. But act fast: the limited-edition lacquer hits Chanel beauty counters, boutiques, and the website on December 1st, and if previous polish frenzies are anything to go by (remember the Jade craze?), it’s going to be a madhouse race to the last bottle. Style tip. . .Pair with anything Dolphin Grey to really gag em. Ow!