I am really proud to share with you all the fact that yours truly has been featured in a Q&A on the Beauty Schooled blog! I feel like this Q&A is my Jerry Maguire manifesto (before Kelly Preston dumped him AND beat him up). I also feel immense pride, like how I imagine a parent probably feels when they see their child takes its first steps (or so I've been told).
First a little bit about Beauty Schooled. The blog chronicles Virginia's what can only be described as adventures through beauty night school (think Frenchie from Grease only with Brazilian bikini waxes instead of beehives). It is HILARIOUS. Not LOL, LMAO, or whatever basterdized English internet speak the teeny boppers are using these days, but actually worth-spelling-out-in-proper-English-pants-wettingly funny. If that wasn't enough you could it read for the practical beauty tips learned from Milady's (beauty schooled's class text book.) Or the best (and my favorite element) is the fact Beauty Schooled examines established and commonly accepted beauty rituals from the feminist paradigm. (I mean seriously what is up with vajazzling?! ) Why did our mothers burn their bras in the 70s so that we could mutilate our nether regions by waxing off our hair and gluing on crystals (yes, that's what vajazzling is! (Seriously Why JLove, why???)
For the record I'm not gushing over Beauty Schooled because Virginia featured my Q&A (strictly coincidence I assure you, puh-lease totally not my style) but to set the stage for why I am proud of this particular posting (which by the way read here). I’m proud of this Q&A because it clarifies my position on natural beauty products and why I personally choose to use natural beauty products in a way that I’ve never coherently done on this Natural Beautee blog. I never realized just how deep my passion on the topic ran until I read it for myself after the Q&A was posted on Beauty Schooled. Thanks Virginia for allowing me the opportunity to clarify my thoughts and passions!