I was skimming Instagram this morning, when I came across this photo from Cecilia Márquez, the owner of Saint Cloud boutique in Houston. I know Ceci, and have been to her shop, so I know she has great taste. I had to check out the guy who blew her and her friends away playing at The Continental Club last night.
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What’s the one beauty item a Southern woman never leaves home without? Lipstick. Around the office, we’re all abuzz over Louisiana’s Kismet Cosmetics and its vibrant range of eight hues. The formula goes on smooth, and colors are blended to suit various skin tones—Burnout, a red, is particularly flattering. Shades range from the wear-anywhere Naked Gypsy (a nude color with […]
It’s time to refresh your music queue, and Corey Flegel from This Is American Music is here to help. The indie record label, which launched in 2009 as a platform and support network for emerging Southern artists, has worked with bands like The Pollies from Muscle Shoals, Alabama, and Hurray for the Riff Raff from New Orleans.
My mother always has a rotation of DIY beauty tricks up her sleeve. The latest wonder food she is lauding over is papaya. The beta-carotene-rich fruit has enzymes (papain) and vitamins (A and C) that brighten and exfoliate skin, boost collagen, and reduce inflammation.
We all have grandiose ideas of reshaping our lives on January 1, but we also know it’s the little habits we incorporate into our day-to-day that make the biggest impact. To help, we break down 12 easy tips and tricks (one for each month) to reboot your beauty routine in 2015.
Have your Halloween get-up yet? Don’t worry, neither do I. As you debate between a cop, Katy Perry, or a saucy something or another, look to these Southern characters for inspiration instead. 1. William Faulkner. Though he’s not exactly obscure, I’ve never seen anyone dare go as the literary great. Plus, it’s the perfect excuse to enjoy some out-of-season mint juleps—Faulkner’s […]