New on flairja.com: Dancehall Life trio new brand ambassadors for Stay Golden Cosmetics, and more
Ewan Simpson, chairman of the board for the Jamaica Reggae Industry Association (JaRIA) and an attorney-at-law, is no ordinary guy. An alum of Glenmuir High School in Clarendon, The University of the West Indies (UWI) Mona and Cave Hill campuses and the Università degli Studi di Torino in Italy, Simpson has also traversed the spheres of music, from holding down posts as musical director of the National Dance Theatre Company to managing reggae group One Third and doing vocal arrangement for Shaggy.
The stars of the new web reality series, Dancehall Life, are the new brand ambassadors for Danielle Edmond’s Stay Golden Cosmetics. Christina ‘Dancing Rebel’ Nelson, Keticia ‘TC’ Chatman and Tashlicka ‘Pretty Pretty’ Laird are the faces of the US-based brand, and will feature in online and mass media campaigns.
“So I hear people licking their lips, rubbing their ‘hand middles’ and posting all sorts of things about what they will be doing come July 1 when the entertainment sector is reopened,” writes Daviot Kelly in this week’s Kelly’s World. He plans to stay put, but for those heading out on the town, he’s calling for s-p-a-c-e and for partygoers to “work wid the time”.
“Thirty-WON!” That is how motivational speaker, author, success coach, mother and politician Krystal Tomlinson is describing her 31st revolution around the sun. She shared 31 lessons she has had “the pain and pleasure of learning” with Flair.
Mothers hold down the fort during the pandemic
A mother is one of the most rewarding roles a woman will play in life. But it is no walk in the park. Add COVID-19 to the mix, and it could become a recipe for disaster.
But these superheroes continue to hold down the fort, seamlessly sewing and stitching the fabric that is their home together, despite facing many obstacles. We spoke to six mothers about the joys and growing pains of pandemic parenting.
Summer ‘Daze’ with Maxie
The fun time we look forward to all year long is fast approaching, and with COVID restrictions easing up a bit, summer is looking to be business as usual! With the excitement palpable, summer trends are resurging, and we are all dreaming of vacations yet again after being cooped up for so long. We’re looking at affordable fashion items you can cop this summer, without breaking the bank!