Who's Behind BeForeverGlammed's Affordable, Glamourous Online Beauty Store

December 09, 2019

Get to know whos behind BeForeverGlammed affordable and glamourous online beauty store. 

When it comes to makeup, I am totally about the best for less and guess who is also? Pauletta Angela, the founder of BeForeverGlammed.com. The 2 of us connected last year after I reposted one of the products she sells on my Instagram @thebiche_com and one of my followers made a purchase with a matter of minutes. Every since then Angela has trusted me to share her products, film first impressions and reviews with my audience. I bet you want to know about her a little bit more because I surely did.

When did you fall in love with makeup?
I fell in love with makeup when I was in high school while living in New York. During that time I started to experience hyperpigmentation on my face and makeup camouflaged my imperfections. It gave me confidence!

What was your first makeup product? 
Oh gosh, I would have to say my Prescriptives Foundation. I loved it because it was light-weight and it didn't feel like I had a mask on. I think I just dated myself. LOL.

What is your beauty routine? Meaning from skincare to makeup application? 
I'm going to be very honest and say that I didn't have a skincare routine until about 10 years ago - at least not a consistent one. I used to fail my skin terribly and realized late in life that a consistent skincare regimen was not only important but necessary. So, no matter what time of night it is, I make sure I remove my makeup and never sleep in it. That was a struggle for a minute, but I noticed once I cleansed, moisturized, and hydrated my skin daily I got fewer breakouts and actually improved the texture of my skin. 
For removing my makeup, my holy grail is coconut oil. I use this before I cleanse and twice a week I use a facial scrub. I’ve also started to incorporate monthly facials which got my skin back in check and microdermabrasion was a game-changer for eliminating my hyperpigmentation. When it comes to my minimal glam makeup application, a must for me is: lip liner, a nude lip color, highlighter, and dewy skin. For full glam a must is: smokey eyes, lashes, a pink lip color, and a bomb highlighter - it's kind of my signature look.

When did you start your business?  
I started BeForeverGlammed 3/18/18 after going through downsizing at work. I always envisioned making this happen but was waiting for the perfect time. So I stepped out on Faith and decided there was no time like the present.  

How many years young are you? I say years young instead of how old are you.  
Thanks for that Doll! I'm proud to say that I'm 52 years young. 

What convinced you to go hard as a Minority-owned brand?  
There's so much that I'd like to do, but sometimes we have to take baby steps. Finding makeup for darker complexion sisters like myself has not been easy. I can't tell you how many times a foundation or lippy was purchased only to end up in the trash because it left me looking either ashy or gray and did not compliment my skin tone or the size of my lips. More so, I hated that purchasing makeup was so expensive. I wanted to be a point of resource for women of all ethnicities to afford products and still be gorgeous. There is nothing wrong with big brands, but you shouldn't have to break the bank to purchase great products to enhance your natural beauty.    

Where would you like to see your brand featured? "Oh wow! Top retail chains of course."

Where do you see your business in the next year? 
In the next year, I plan to expand BeForeverGlammed and launch several yummy products. Right now we sell products the industry raves about at affordable prices, but in December, we'll be launching our very own Lippies and Highlighters. We're Excited!



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What influencers have you worked with and what influencers would you like to work with? 
We have had the pleasure to work with you of course (@thebiche_com), @Cakefacebellaa, @Antheas_makeup, @ninettvielma, @tuamasdulce, @emsbymanal, @muaasap, @rachelnorstrom, and @alyviacosmetics to name a few. I would love to work with @danachanel, @ellarie, @shantaniabeckford; @makeupshayla, and @patriciabright.

Where can people purchase your products? Locally or only on the web?  
Our products can be purchased via our business Facebook and Instagram page, and also via our website at www.beforeverglammed.com

Last Question:
Why do you think it is important to support Minority-Owned Cosmetic Brands? 
Quite frankly, there's a need for equal representation in the beauty industry, so let's support each of our journeys and embrace all beauties.

You all please go ahead and support, follow and share her brand. She has a lot of great products, tools and more that you definitely want to try.


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This Lemon-Herb Butter Whip Will Keep Your Turkey Moist and Beyond Flavorful

November 27, 2019

Achieve the perfectly moist and flavorful turkey this Thanksgiving (or Christmas) with this Lemon Herb Butter Whip. 

Once you have used this butter for your turkey (or a whole chicken), it is pretty much guaranteed to have people coming back for seconds, thirds and more (if there is any left).

It's almost Thanksgiving aka turkey time!!! I am not sure about you but I do like turkey, but I love turkey legs (that are smoked), because of the tender and juiciness of it. Deep-fried turkey is amazing, but I have a love/hate relationship with baked turkey. Some times it comes out dry, other times it comes out so, so. Now, last Thanksgiving I gave myself a trial of amping up turkey with a herb and butter mixture and trust me when I say, it came up so juicy and tender that there were no leftovers.

Please Note: This is Lemon-Herb Butter Whip and turkey is prepped one day before you plan to bake the turkey. This is technically a marinade and seasoning.


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Preparation. 
Blender, food processor or chopper (I used a 1.5 cup chopper)
Reynold's Kitchen Turkey Oven Bag
Ikea roasting pan
Large bowl
Large wood cutting board
Large spoon

Ingredients
1 small red onion
4 fresh garlic cloves
2 fresh lemons
1-0.75oz packaged of fresh rosemary
1-0.75oz packaged of fresh thyme
2 sticks of sweet cream (salted) butter
*Optional Himalayan salt or black pepper*
Turkey is naturally known to be salty. Also, the salted sweet corn butter has more than enough sodium. Too much salt increases blood pressure I don't use much of it. 

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Directions
I use a wood cutting board to place all of my ingredients on because it sucks up the leftover water moisture.

  1. Rinse off the rosemary and thyme and set aside. *Optional leave a few sprigs of rosemary and thyme out to lay on top of turkey when baking*
  2. Cut the red onion into quarters, remove the outer skin of the onions then set aside. 
  3. Clean the outer skin of the 2 lemons, cut both into 2 halves. 1 of the halves cut into 1/3 of an inch circular slivers and set aside. Those slivers you will use place on top of the turkey while it bakes.
  4. Remove 2 sticks of the sweet cream salted butter from the fridge and set aside.
  5. Start your Lemon-Herb Butter Whip by adding 2 of the garlic cloves, 2 quarters of the red onion, 1 bunch of the thyme and 1 bunch of the rosemary into the chopper (blender or food processor). Blend until everything looks "chopped". 
  6. Next, add one stick of butter then squeeze one and then half of another lemon juice over your hand (to catch the seeds) and blend the mixture until it looks like a semi-smooth butter whip
  7. With a spoon or spatula place the mixture into a bowl and set aside. 
  8. Repeat the steps 4-7
  9. Although the turkey isn't posted on here what you will do is clean the turkey, remove the bag from the center and rinse off the turkey. I keep the neck because it is flavorful. What you will then do place the turkey on the Ikea roasting pain, start to cut slits into the entire turkey then rub and stuff the turkey with this lemon-herb butter whip. Don't forget to stuff the butter mixture in the skin as well. No one likes a dry bird.
  10. For the stuffing, I take leftover or stale tortilla or quinoa chips, crackers french bread and crush it. I then add a spoonful of the lemon-herb butter whip then stuff the mixture inside of the bird. 
  11. I then rub the rest of the lemon-herb butter whip all over the bird then squeeze the circular lemon slices all over the bird, and place them on top of the bird. Also, use the remaining sprigs of thyme and rosemary on top of the bird. 
  12. Carefully place the entire turkey inside the Reynold's Kitchen Turkey Oven Bag, seal it with a twist tie and place the turkey back in the roasting pan. 
  13. Allow this to marinade overnight then place in the oven the next day. Follow the baking time as well as temperature setting instructions that are on the packaging of the turkey.

This recipe for the butter whip was tested by me and tried by many of my home guests. I started off with a cornish hen, followed by a whole chicken and once I mastered them and got positive feedback then I made a larger portion for the turkey. Again, this is Lemon-Herb Butter Whip and turkey has to prepped one day before you plan to bake the turkey. The turkey needs time to absorb the flavors. 


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SL Thomas is a professional cosmetologist, barber and beauty writer for independently-owned cosmetic brands. She is a self-taught cook since the age of 9.


How Often Do You Wash Your Hair? Natural Hair Enthusiasts May Surprise You.

November 03, 2019
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I belong to a natural hair Facebook group for Black women. Someone posed the question, ‘How often do you wash your hair?” One lady publicly admitted that she washes it, “Once a month.” My eyes bulged and my disgust factor went into full throttle because of the number of bacteria that are possibly building in that full month.  I know that our hair can be dry and unruly and at times a month of bacteria building, product topping, and particle infestation. It’s disgusting and hair needs to be cleaned more than once a month. This is non-hygienic. As a professional cosmetologist, I would never ever tell me, clients, to wash their hair once a month even if I was the one responsible for putting braids in their hair or some other protective style.
Let me break it down for you. 


Hair is dead but those hair follicles that create those beautiful coils stem from your very much alive scalp so when you skip cleansing it for a month various things can start to happen. Ponder on that for a moment. You know those curl-defining creams, leave-in conditioners, and curl refreshers that you love to apply every 3-4 days to your hair? Yeah, you know them. They make your hair look good huh?  Well, guess what? The product residue that doesn’t rub off on your shirt or on or your pillow when you sleep at night is sitting on your scalp building a layer of bacteria. The bacteria happens when the natural oils from the scalp start to sit on the scalp instead of naturally dispensing on the hair because of the amount of leftover product it has to try to penetrate through. Honey, your scalp needs to be cleansed. Your hair is begging you to do so.


Oh, wait a minute. Your scalp is now feeling a bit itchy so you start to scratch a little bit. Remember this is week 1 of you not washing your hair so the residue from previous products is on your scalp and now the bacteria from underneath your nails are getting on your scalp. Oops, we forgot to factor in the bacteria and dirt sitting on your actual fingertips that touch your scalp too. If you think about how much stuff you touch throughout the day and how many germs are sitting on your hands and fingers, you probably shouldn’t be touching your already dirty hair. Now those pollutants in the air are attracted to your hair. 


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Everyday pollutants cannot be ignored nor can they be excluded from touching us. They are everywhere. We live in a particle-filled world because we too are a big, living breathing bacteria-infested living being. So when you are going on week #3 of not washing your hair, you have additional bacteria living on your hair and scalp. The smoke from a cigarette, weed, or even a vaping pen gets trapped into your hair. The dust from the dirt or the construction that you walk past every morning and afternoon. Then there are small cobwebs that you just happen to run into as you walking in your house. Yes, we know clean but your natural hair, unfortunately, is still holding on a few pieces of it but you wouldn’t know because you didn’t wash your hair yet. Ugh. that’s pretty disgusting right but you tie your hair up anyway because it’s week #4 and you will not be washing your hair until the end of the day. 


Tying up natural hair in between washes is the easiest way to cover up the mess that you created for 4 weeks and the most logical thing to do because, at this point, the hair has become unmanageable. You can no longer apply any more products to it because the hair is so dirty and the scalp is so itchy that it smells and it is flaky. It’s a pretty disgusting site and you have transferred the bacteria to your scarf now. It seemed like a good option but thinking about it now, it really is not. It’s another bacteria spreading fest from your hair to another piece of clothing.


Now that you know the process of how bacteria spreads from now washing your hair, please know that it is crucial that you wash your hair on a weekly if not every 10-day cycle. There are too many particles, bacteria, dust and etc. that are building on your hair.

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I Met Danessa Myricks at The Makeup Show Chicago!

October 28, 2019

You guys, I went to The Makeup Show Chicago and I was in a version of heaven, to say the least. 


As a  professional and license Cosmetologist for going on 9 years now, I get the chance to attend many professional beauty events. This year I attended 2 of them. The first being Premiere Orlando International Beauty Show and the second were The Makeup Show Chicago. I really love going to these events because there are many opportunities for me as a Beauty Writer and Content Developer in the beauty industry to network, sample new products and see what new techniques and tools are hitting the mainstream market or what you can see on models of the fashion runways.

The Makeup Show Chicago with Danessa Myricks and James Vincent

This event took place a few weeks ago on October 6th and 7th at the Fulton Market in Chicago's gentrified Westside neighborhood. For 2 days beauty industry professions gathered in an artist community environment where they met industry and learned from industry leaders such as Taraji P. Henson makeup artist Ashunta Sheriff, runway and fashion hairstylist Linh Nguyen, makeup artist, and hair educator Bethany Townes and more. During this event, there was also an opportunity to meet and see (no charge) demos from Chicago television makeup artist of The Profit CNBC  Viola Nicholson which is an experience within itself. Attendees also had the opportunity to not only purchases products from 'new to them' or favorite brands but meet the CEOs of the brands themselves One of the CEO/Founder of a growing brand for people of color and celebrity makeup artist AJ Crimson of AJ Crimson Beauty. Talk about a win! This event was clearly an opportunity to pick the brains of these major beauty enthusiasts. The Makeup Show is held in multiple cities of different states, so check out their website for opportunities near you;-)

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Free and Paid Education Classes
My main reason for attending the show was to learn from and meet my favorite 'new to me' makeup artist, global educator and photographer Danessa Myricks of Danessa Myricks Beauty and I did:-) :-)

When I learned from my Instagram feed that she was going to be there and was also teaching classes, I purchased my ticket and attempted to purchase a ticket for a class. Unfortunately $35 classes were all sold out and the really expensive class that was $100 over my budget I simply couldn't afford. I'm trying to live within my means. When I arrived for day 2 of the event, I saw that there really was no need to purchase a ticket for the classes because the layout of the building allowed for people who purchase general admission tickets to view the classes that were being taught. The only thing that you could not do is sit down, partake in Q&A's and so forth. For me, this was fine because I learn a lot by looking however it would have been amazing if I could have gotten the hands-on experience.


Brands At The Event
The brands that were there were:
AJ Crimson Beauty
Danessa Myricks Beauty
Alcone, Crown Brush
Friends Beauty
GlamCor
Glamours Chicks Cosmetics
Kett Cosmetics, Bdellium Tools (I purchased their Golden Triangle brush and I'm filling with it soon!)
Pinnacle Cosmetics
Cozzette Beauty
Smashbox Cosmetics and so many more!
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The Space of The Makeup Show
The space of the event was smaller than I expected. After coming from Premiere Orlando International Beauty Event in June which was HUGE, I was expecting the same. This was not the same. The layout of the space reminded me exactly of the name of the location, a market. The Fulton Market. This a was medium sized, market store layout that you would find in a downtown grocery store in Chicago, Illinois or even Miami, Florida. Although it wasn't much space, that didn't mean that the beauty vendors and educators were not packed inside of there selling products left and right because believe me honey, small space or big. We will migrate towards beauty deals and opportunities to learn from the best.

One On One With Danessa Myricks
You all, this is the first time I was ever a super fan. I waited and waited, walked around, meet some owners of new Minority owned cosmetic brands such as nail polish brand "Janet and Co", attempted shade matched with one of the Danessa Myricks Beauty Associates, played in her products products and waited some more. BTW, even before the event I was dong an IG story about it and she even responding via DM because I mentioned that I was sad that I couldn't get a ticket to her class but I was still coming because I love her education and techniques. Dude, can you tell I'm really a super fan. I seriously watch so many of her IGTV education videos. 
When I finally got to meet her we took a couple pictures, she definitely helped with capturing the best angles and she shades matched me. I have this crazy skin complexion that has both red and yellow undertones so it was difficult to find a color. She tried about 2 colors and one of them matched pretty nicely but it was slightly off but I didn't care, I could just use bronzer. When I went to purchase the foundation she had one of her sales associates give me another FREE FOUNDATION and I was like, OMG! Thank you so much! After purchasing the foundation, I left in total excitement and forgot my credit card. Thankfully, Danessa found me and her assistant gave me back my card.

An Opportunity You Shouldn't Miss
This was my first time attending the show and I definitely enjoyed myself. I enjoyed seeing all of the makeup, the tools, the people and even the space of the event. It was quite an eye opening as an artist to network and learn from people who are in my industry. I saw and met skin care specialists, makeup brush and tools specialists as well as see how photographers create the beautiful images that we see on social media every day. This is a show I truly enjoyed and believe that more pros should go.

OMG, YOU ALL! I totally went to The Chicago Makeup Show!!!!

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Raegann's Beauty Corner. A New Makeup Brand You Need To Know

October 10, 2019
Loose highlighter, Raegann’s Beauty Corner, highlighter There are so many new makeup brands that I feel you need to know that the list is never-ending. This post is no exception.
Introducing another new Minority-owned makeup brand, Raegann's Beauty Corner. Trust me when I say, this brand has products you want in your collection. From the very intense glow of the loose highlighters to the pigmented liquid lipsticks followed up with the amazing lashes in packaging so cute and original that you will want to buy a lash style for every day of the week. If you have yet to see my First Impressions YouTube video then honey, click HERE
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Before I continue raving the products, I want you all to get to know the founder, Raegann.  
When did you fall in love with makeup?
https://www.instagram.com/raegannbeautycorner/
I've always loved makeup, but only the basic parts of it, i.e., mascara and lightweight foundation. About 2 years up until now I have really found true love in how expressive makeup can be - the creativity that comes with trying different eyeshadow to contouring! I started watching YouTube tutorials more and then taught myself how to apply foundation correctly. I learned how important highlighting was and using setting powders to finalize looks. It was all exciting to me. Safe and natural ingredients also became more important to me. I saw how natural ingredients affected my how it affected my face so I became consistent with researching every product I purchased. 
What was your first makeup product? Maybelline Mascara and Covergirl's Pressed Powder Foundation. Both I still highly vouch for. 
What is your beauty routine? Meaning from skincare to makeup application?  My skincare routine is pretty simple. I like to use minimal products as possible on my face due to sensitivity. It doesn't take well to different products being applied when it comes to cleansing. I use an all-natural avocado-based soap to wash my face. Avocado does wonders for my skin! I also make a DIY facial mask using avocado, turmeric, plain yogurt, and honey. After I rinse off the mask, I moisturize with avocado butter. 
When did you start your business?  May 2019 
How many years young are you? I say years young instead of how old are you? I am 27 
What convinced you to go hard as a Minority-owned brand? I believe representation matters especially as a Black woman and a Black business owner. We are on a rise as far as Black beauty (products, services, and companies) in our communities who are inclusive and I LOVE IT. I wanted to be a part of this phenomenal change. I also care about generational growth and wealth. I wanted to teach and show my daughter that we can do whatever we put our minds to as long as we have ambition and perseverance. It's not just a saying, it is a REAL thing. I wanted to have something to pass down to her when she meets the appropriate age. Once she is then can get involved in what will essentially be HER OWN business. 
Where would you like to see your brand featured? I would like to see my brand featured inside of Macy's, Target, Sephora, beauty magazines and blogs (small or big) and Forbes. 
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Where do you see your business in the next year?  I see my business prospering thanks to several connections already in progress. 
What influencers have you worked with and what influencers would you like to work with? I have not worked with any influencers as of yet. I do not have a specific influencer that I would like to work with because I feel if you are for all things beauty, I am here for it and will definitely reach out. 
Where can people purchase your products? Locally or only on the web? For now, online only. 
Why do you think it is important to support Minority-Owned Cosmetic Brands? I mean let's face it, we lack representation in the cosmetic world - whether it's Black or Minority-owned. Yes, some may be on a rise but the majority of us are still overlooked. I've been supporting small minority-owned cosmetic businesses before my cosmetic line was even thought of. These minority-owned cosmetic brands deserve my solidarity and support. I am going to be apart of that change and conversation to give them the recognition they/WE deserve. 
Now that you have gotten to know the owner of this new brand, go check her out on her website. https://raegannsbeautycorner.com/ and follow her on Instagram 
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SL Thomas is a professional cosmetologist, barber and beauty writer for independently-owned cosmetic brands. 

A Brand You Want To Know: Délali Robinson Cosmetics

September 24, 2019

2 of my favorite products from a small, independently-owned cosmetics brand. 


Hi you all! So I have been working with new and small Minority-owned cosmetic brands for over a year on The Beauties In Color Here Everyday YouTube and Instagram. One of the first brands that sent me the most amount of love, support and PR packages has been Délali Robinson Cosmetics and I have nothing but great things to say about this brand. Like I love them soooooo much! So much that you have to be introduced to the owner Adodo. So without further ado scroll down and get to know her and how she started her brand. 


FYI, my site still does contain affiliate links where I receive a very, very small amount of income (to purchase more makeup from minority-owned cosmetic brands;). 

When did you fall in love with makeup? I felt in love with Makeup about 4-5 years ago.

What was your first makeup product? Personally a pressed powder from MAC

What is your beauty routine from skincare to makeup application? Daily washing, toning and moisturizing my face then apply a light application of Délali Robinson Cosmetics dual powder 


When did you start your business? I started my makeup line mid/end of 2016


How man years young are you? 39 years young!

What convinced you to go hard as a Minority-owned brand? I keep pushing and go hard with my line because despite other brands being available, I feel like the connection between companies and consumers sometimes get lost. I want my company and products to be available/approachable and identifiable to women all around the world. There is always room for each of us.

Where would you like to see your brand featured? I would love to see my brand being featured in Oprah Magazine, Essence, Elle UK and Vogue. Btw, it has been featured on Black Bloggers Chicago and also The Look Chicago. I use her products frequently on YouTube.

Where do you see your business in the next year? We will be building our social media presence and online shopping sales funnel to reach women worldwide. My goal is to have a physical location in Germany or France in 2020.

What influencers have you worked with and what influencers would you like to work with? We have only worked with one so far SL Thomas of ”The Beauties In Color Here Everyday". We would love to work with more micro-influencers that believe in our brand and what it stand for. As for already established influencers, we would love to work with Jackie Aina or Nyakim Gatwech. 

Where can people purchase your products? Online at www.delalicosmetics.com Locally at our salon in 3601 W. 216th Street, Matteson, IL 60443.

Why do you think it is important to support Minority-Owned Cosmetic Brands? I think is important to support Minority-owned businesses to help level the field, help strengthen and financially grow our communities. We know and understand the daily struggles. 

Now that you all are able to learn a little bit more about her brand and one of my newer favorite brands, here are a few of my favorites that I think you should definitely try.
This is the cream HD foundation that leaves your skin looking so flawless and airbrushed that people will think you had a chemical peel. When applying this a little goes a long way so only use about a dime to nickel size amount if you do not want the caked-on look.

The next one is the Illuminator in both Rusty Cooper, which is pictured and the other one in Gold. I like to place this cream highlighter underneath my foundation to create a 'glow from within' type of look. It is very creamy and pigmented however it is really simple to remove with a makeup removing wipe, or my go-to, coconut oil.


Okay, ladies and gents, now get your coins ready and your fingers ready to click to follow Délali Robinson Cosmetics on Instagram and sign up for their website to hear about new product launches. 

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