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Does the skin tone match your outfit?

We all like to look nice when we step outside for an event. In this post we will focus on if the colors you pick match your skin undertone. First, we will determine what your under skin tone is. Last, we will tell you what colors match well and what colors do not. Cool skin undertone: Hold a piece of white paper up to your face. Make sure you are in front of a mirror in a well lit room. Your skin will look pink, rosy, or blue. Flip your wrist up and look at your veins. They will be blue, purple, or a mixture of both.Your skin will react to the sun by burning rather than tanning. You have...

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Do people still shop at Black owned stores?

One day I was looking at our website when I asked myself this question. I walk up and down the streets of downtown Chicago and I do not see any black owned stores. Hmmm, why are their more black owned stores in this area I asked. Especially, black clothing brands? Most of these brands are online. So…. Is this the new movement everything will be online and brick and mortar stores will be extinct.Black clothing brands like Devonte or Black Gods and Goddess. Devonte is a shoe company that sells Italian made shoes. Black Gods and Goddess is a company that sells t-shirts, hoodies, dresses, etc. These companies are online. They have credibility, and great items. So how come nobody...

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Black Goddess Silk vs. Satin Casual dresses for women which one do you prefer?

We will be dropping our silk and satin dresses in a few days so be on the look out. Before you line up ready to order your dress let’s go over the difference between the two. Silk came from China. This material is what the Emperor of Ancient China had on. People love silk because of its soft, pleasing, polish, and expensive appeal. The strength and durability if taken care of last a long time. Silk is good for people with sensitive skin. Great insulator to keep you warm. If you wash your casual silk dress it will shrink. Silk has protein coated fibers called sericin. Satin also came from China from woven fabrics silk, polyester, nylon is how you...

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