This weekend, I got a chance to have a intimate brunch with other natural hair business women and blogger in the Dallas area. Julian aka Bella Kinks, kicked off her first Brunch and Build event. Attendees included Tia, Marrica, Jaleesa, Charlene, Vashti, Adaeze, Cole, Ciara, Kala, I’sha and myself meeting at CBD Provisions for brunch then some pampering at Blushington.
BRUNCH AND BUILD SERIES
After a long morning run, I headed over to meet the other ladies at CBD Provision, which is located in the fabulous Joule Hotel. After grabbing a few appetizers we learning about the goal of the Brunch and Blog series. The goal of the group was to bring influential natural hair bloggers together, build memories and also help support each other.
What I loved about the group is that we are not competing against each other but collectively collaborating to make an impact and enhance lives. I left more motivated to work in my passion and continue to create content surrounding my love hair, wellness and much more.
BEAUTY AND BLUSHINGTON
After brunch, we headed to Blushington in Highland Park Village. Blushington is a gorgeous place offering professional makeup application at affordable prices. We sipped champagne, learned new makeup tips and relaxed for a bit. Since our makeup was so amazing, we decided to do an impromptu photoshoot and then head out for another “brunch round” at Papadeaux’s.
Photography by: I'sha Gaines Photography
If you didn’t know I love me some Papadeaux’s! :-) We had a great bar table chat about dating and natural hair industry at Papadeaux’s for hours. With great cocktails, friends and 70 degree weather, what a perfect Saturday.
Don’t forget to scroll the gallery above to see all the visually of my day. Many thanks to Julian of Bella Kinks for setting up the Brunch and Build series, the entire staff at Blushington Makeup & Beauty Lounge in Dallas for hosting and my creative boo I’sha Gaines for always being ready for an impromptu photoshoot. Check out the #brunchandbuild hashtag on Instagram to see more of how we spent our day.
PS: If you noticed my photography skills improving, you can credit I’sha for teaching me some graphic and skills. What’s even cooler is your wanting to flex and improve your graphic skills I’sha and Veepee Jay are having a live hands on workshop “Make It Pop” here in Dallas on March 19th. You can check out the details HERE.