Performing your skin care in the proper order helps you get the most benefit from your products, avoid diluting or wasting them and allow them to work before moving on to the next product and step.
Kristofferson now 25 years old is the CEO and co founder of UCA Youth Marketing. In only a year, he has become a Prime Minister Youth award Nominee, speaker and mentor and now leads a company of Youth-minded individuals who are quickly disrupting the ever – changing social sphere. UCA’s presence is now felt across the island among tertiary institution. But above all, his passion lies in engaging and inspiring the next generation.
Rihanna is one of the best selling music and video artists worldwide. She has over 60 top ten singles in the US and the UK and she has sold well over 250 million records. She adds to this approximately 13 American Music Awards, 12 Billboard Music Awards and 9 Grammys!
DJ Willy Wonka, was born Adolfo Quan in Belize City in the country of Belize. He and his parents immigrated to the states when he was only 4 years old. He grew up in the Bronx, NY, and is now based out of Los Angeles, California.
Romeo Downer’s artistic journey began years ago on the quaint Caribbean island of Barbados. During his early school days, this ability was brought to the attention of Carl Broodhagen, a well-known artist in the Caribbean.
After you pack your beach or outdoor activities bag and lay out your clothing and sunscreen do you even think of your hair? Do you wonder what the soil, salt, and sun does to it and how to treat and protect it?
Ms. Kerry-Ann Reid-Brown is the founder of the award winning Carry On Friends Caribbean American Podcast. What makes Carry On Friends special is that they understand the nuances of both cultures and the podcast is where the unique reality of being a Caribbean American is explored and celebrated.
Ms. Reid-Brown; from Montego Bay, Jamaica is also the founder of Breadfruit Media, a podcasting company that provides strategy, show development and production of stories by Caribbean Americans on a variety of topics reflecting the diversity of experiences of the Caribbean’s global diaspora.
Lyttle fondly remembers falling in love with music at age six and talks about an old radio that he used to repair and fiddle with and later on used to sing along to the music he heard. While he enjoyed singing, he didn’t realized music would be his career until around the age of twelve when with the help of his uncle he began performing in an entertainment group where he not only sang but he danced and acted as well. This gave Lyttle a taste of the music industry, plenty of practice and the start of his amazing career.
The Caribbean is lush and full of flora and fauna. Much of its bounty is known to the world as simply food or plant and the use of fruit, bark and herbs in beauty preparations is something shared between families and passed down through the ages.