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If you could tap a button and cool the planet, would you?  You now have your chance to clear the air, so to speak.  Cool Effect, a digital (online and mobile) platform founded by Dee and Richard Lawrence, supports technologies that reduce CO2 to help

Cause-based shopping is not only a consumer trend for customers who live to give, it’s the new norm.  Now, the key is to support industry leaders and online shopping experiences so the new norm can take root and become tradition.  Now beauty buffs can look

Being in the heart of New York City, a mecca of storefronts, niche businesses, and emerging brands has its benefits for Maria Bonita Salon & Spa owner, Fernanda Lacerda.  It’s not just the love of an 83.1 billion dollar industry that motivates the Brazilian native

With the boom of social media, customers have grown more knowledgeable of products, ingredients, and sustainable and earth friendly business models they value.  This is especially true in the beauty and hair industry which has an estimated worth of $83.1 billion dollars. Hair and skincare is

Can you think of anything more glamorous than being a CEO and self-taught key artist of your own makeup line?  Blue Michael of Blue Michael Cosmetics who discovered his love for the craft during his former years in the music, beauty, and fashion industries has

With 52% of singles feeling that they are too busy to meet other singles and more than half of Americans feeling overworked, getting on trend for cuffing season and surviving the holidays can require careful navigation.  The pressure alone of meeting new people and deciding

With politics whipping up an all-time hate frenzy many, if not most, are still nursing a mean election hangover.  Beyond the complaints, social giving, and mindful recognition of families and communities in crisis, where does this holiday season leave us?  Where do we begin to

From his first days gazing at the pages of People from Munro College in Kingston, Jamaica, celebrity penman George Wayne managed to go from days as an invisible scholar to a three-decade career as a journalist grilling the who's who of the celebrity world.  GW,

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