My first night time skin care tutorial!! Anyone who knows me personally knows how much I struggled with my acne prone, oily skin from middle school to the end of high school. After a lot of research I finally found the skin care routine that fits perfectly with my skin. Ever since I started using Derma9 masks, it has helped my skin look even better. My skin feels smoother and it even helps with acne scarring. Anyone who is struggling should definitely try their masks out.
DISCLAIMER: I do not own the song that is playing in the video. The rightful owner is the one and only artist, Drake, who I will definitely be seeing in concert again.😍
I received this beautiful book from @mixdhair which looks at the mixed race identity here in the UK. .
Flicking though this book there is a wide variety of different faces and quotes from the 'mixed race' community. It struck me how I related to some of those quotes and how I've heard them echoed by many mixed race people. .
I also saw a post floating around online about the hijacking of the natural hair movement by mixed race girls, I absolutely recognise the privilege that comes with being mixed race in society, I also recognise that it comes with its own unique challenges.
If you're reading this and you're of mixed heritage I'd be interested to hear how you experience being mixed race, what's your heritage, do you experience any challenges in your identity, what makes you proud to be mixed race, what are the pros and cons of a mixed race existence? If you're the parent of a mixed race child what's your thoughts on their identity. Let's respectfully discuss.
The thought of running my first 5K got me like...
One of the gems of my re-shoot with @bjcb
Me: I have a hapa and a white eye. How they doing?
Billy: What was that? *click* 😂😂😂😂😂😂 #reshoot#mixedgirlproblems#quapa