Baz Luhrmann – Everybody’s Free to Wear Sunscreen

The Salon Outlet



The Salon out is for business owners, cosmetologist, freelance makeup artist, hair stylist to start their own beautifying business. Salon outlet helps each professional to get those affordable items they will assist with your business. They have state of the art make up ,hair &nail kits for very affordable prices so if you are creating your new business Salon Outlet is the place that you should heading to the salon outlet.


Makeup Case
Some makeup train cases can be magically transformed into a makeup stand with mirrors, lights and everything.  Imagine how easy your life would be with a free standing makeup station which you can take with you wherever you go, some of them even have an added power outlet so that you can plug in your tongs or hairdryer
Portable Salon Shampoo Bowl
Easy to assemble, you won’t even break a sweat12SPB001-D1-ROL-06-p01_compact

Cool design, it is lightweight and won’t break easily

Made from brand new PP material bowl as well as stainless steel support pipe

Adjustable height

Fully angled bowl so you can wash that hair nicely

There’s a plug to keep water from draining out the hose

Five removable feet

Always read the manual before using (it helps)



Nail Art Drill Machine Kit

High torque

Ergonomic and amazing color design

Simple to use thanks to the dialling speed control

Hardly makes any noise or vibration when turned on

Fuses can be easily replaced

Lightweight and comes with a cool design to allow heat to escape

Purple cradle for the handpiece

Powered by a foot pedal

20 free spare sanding bands because we like seeing you get free stuff

4 way nail art brush and separator (all for free as well!)

Nail art rhinestones in 600 pieces

Perfect for manicure or pedicure appointments

Ideal for professional or personal use

for more information please visit their website at






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2014 Gluten & Allergen Free Expo

gfgI am so excited to attend this year’s Gluten Free Allergen Free expo at the Cobb Galleria Center on May 17&18. I am looking forward to the workshops & educational sessions. The 150+ vendors,Samples from the vendors, Discounted products,Free reusable bag to carry your goodies and more!!!!



if you want more information about you can attend please visit their website at On how to enter to win free tickets. You can also use code BLOGATL to receive a 35% discount on your ticket!

I hope to see you there!!!!!!!


The Gluten & Allergen Free Expo

I am so excited to announce that I am an official  GFAF expo blogger!!!!! If you are interested in joining me please visit their website at  for more information on how to purchase your ticket…

I hope to see you there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


May 17-18, 2014
9:00-3:00 pm

Free Parking!


Cobb Galleria Center
Two Galleria Parkway
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Tel: 770-955-8000





Sarah Orrico weight loss story

Check out Sarah’s story and see how she lost weight and took control of her health.
Sarah Orrico’s Weight loss Story
Basically I have always been overweight, ever since I can remember (I am 20). I have struggled with my weight all my life and tried basically everything. From fitness camps for two summers,  WeightWatchers, NutriSystem, and a personal trainer. I basically tried everything that I could at such a young age and nothing worked. I would lose weight with a  few of the above but I could never keep it off. Growing up as an overweight teen was really hard because I was bullied a lot and had horrible self-esteem issues.
Around Christmas time last year I was at my heaviest weight and I didn’t even want to leave the house or see my friends because I was really depressed.I heard about a weight loss surgery from my mom I was really apprehensive about it and did not want to do it because I had heard bad things from other people who had it. I did a lot of research and made the decision to met with a surgeon and he told me that it was definitely a possibility to do the surgery. He recommended the Gastric Bypass surgery because I was so young and overweight that this would be the best option for me (I was considering the Sleeve).20140324-145242.jpg I remember crying when we decided to do it because I could finally see a light at the end of the tunnel I finally felt like there was hope for me. We set a date for  (July 31st 2013).
I started working out and eating healthy to prepare myself for my new lifestyle.  I started  my weight loss journey on June 5th and lost 35 pounds before the surgery.
I had surgery on July 31st and I have lost a total of 129 pounds (98 pounds since surgery). I honestly am so happy with the decision I made. I don’t like telling a lot of people because I’m afraid people will think I “took the easy way out”, but you know what, I have honestly been through hell doing this. I have tried to lose weight the natural way and I just couldn’t succeed no matter how hard I tried I really needed an extra push. It has been one of the hardest things I’ve done in my life. It is definitely NOT easy. I am so proud of myself and how far I’ve come. I am still continuing on my journey and can’t wait to see what happens in the future.
Thank you Sarah for taking the time to share your weight loss story  I wish you much success on this journey. If you would like to follow Sarah on her social media platforms for inspiration here are her handles
Instagram: sarahorrico and Twitter: _loud and
proud you will become



Ozeri Brezza III Dual Oscillating 10′ Desk Fan review

My video review of the Ozeri Brezza III Dual Oscillating 10′ Desk Fan review. You can go to to order your very own Desk fan.

Rikki Dee’s story of how Ebony fitness came to life.

ebony fitness

I was so thrilled when I found Ebony fitness account on instagram. This page is dedicated to men and woman of color that are into fitness. When I  found the page I submitted my weight loss story and I was so excited to find that I been featured back in 2013. After following the account  I really wanted to share the owner’s story….See below Rikki Dee’s story of how Ebony fitness came to life.

Rikki Dee, Creator of Ebony fitness resides in Los Angeles with her boyfriend, Marcell & their 7-year-old Pomeranian, Yoshi.In the fall of 2012 I suffered an injury to my right foot which immobilized me for nearly 16 weeks. During that time, my muscles in my legs would atrophy whereas many people would gain weight, I actually lost weight. I am naturally a slim person, with the metabolism of a hummingbird, and had hovered between 117 and 118 lbs since high school but I got down to 113lbs and hated the way I looked… to make matters worse I was hosting my 30th birthday party in a few months.

I decided to get in and stay in the best shape of my life as soon as I was cleared to work out. I immediately started looking for inspiration on the Instagram fitness accounts I followed. But the problem I encountered was that there was no one who looked like me, with my body type, or with similar goals. I was sickened by that startling discovery and started searching for men and women of color that I could relate to. FitnessShot MainHeadshot2014They were not hard to find… just hard to come across on the popular fitness accounts. I pulled the name @Ebony_fitness out of thin air and just started posting all of the beautiful cocoa brown, black as night, high-yellow, red bone and butter pecan colored bodies that I could find. It never mattered to me where someone was in their fitness journey because I respected  all “Men and Women of Color Dedicated to a Fit & Healthy Lifestyle”… plain and simple.

Today @Ebony_fitness, essentially a “shoutout or sfs (shout for shout) account” has nearly 22,000 dedicated followers and counting. The website is underway and new projects are developing.

As a Health & Fitness Advocate for minorities my ultimate goal is to bridge the gap between the mainstream fitness world while educating, motivating and inspiring change in our communities. I am helping to re-shape society’s view of fitness and give usm rebuilding my body and currently weighing a healthy 128 lbs.

You can follow Rikki at the below social media platforms:

@Email:  Facebook


Thank you so much Rikki for all that you are doing in the African-American communities: Keep inspiring, motivating and encouraging people of color to get off the couch and into the gym…….

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