Dr. Ifeoma (Iffie) Okoronkwo, is a Regenerative Medicine and Biocosmetics doctor who recently launched her new practice Beyond Beauty by Dr. O in New York City. Dr. O, as she is fondly known, uses her vast knowledge of all aspects of the human body to help her patients look and feel like their younger selves. She uses regenerativeÂ medicineÂ techniques, proteins and specialized medical equipment to turn back the clock of aging both inside and out. Her goal is to redirect her patientsâ€™ focus from striving to look like someone else to being the best versions of themselves. She accomplishes this by addressing not only a patientâ€™s concerns aboutÂ his or herÂ outward appeara
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On the night of the 2017 Womenâ€™s March, Alexis Androulakis and Christina Basias watched the massive numbers of women and allies that came together across the world to march for equality. They imagined every human that marched donating and the change it would create, and it was an AHA moment. They saw an opening for activist beauty, and thus Fempower Beauty was born.
The initial idea that Alexis and Christina had was for a product that femmes interact with on a daily basis to spark magic and create impact. They chose beauty because it has inevitably dictated what it means to be â€œfeminineâ€ for centuries. And they knew that those rules had to change. Wanting to make giving b
Guerlain La Petite Robe Noire Lip Colorâ€™Ink – Love this long lasting natural looking color that lasts without drying out my lips. My perfect shade is L111 Flawless, a neutral beigy nude. With well done up eyes and a few coats of rich glossy black mascara, it’s a good look. And did I mention that it smells light and kind of fruity… For night time or on camera, I go with YSL Rouge Pur Couture. It’s a luxurious silky texture, the shades are pretty fabulous and it glides on beautifully, no lip liner needed.
How am I supposed to pick just one?!?!? For a daytime, I love Charlotte Tilburyâ€™s â€œBitch Perfect,â€ which is literally the only nude that works w
Pilar Quintero has always lived a life that balances diversity with a strong sense of heritage and the power of the feminine. She was born and raised in Mexico City to an American mother and a Mexican father and is one of five daughters. Having a family with so many strong women surrounding her gave her a special perspective into what women want and need in their everyday lives.
She attended Mexicoâ€™s all women School of Hospitality (ESDAI) at the Universidad Panamericana where she obtained her degree in Administration and Hospitality. In 1991, Pilar married Ricardo and had four children (now ages 10 to 25). After the birth of her second child, Pilar ran a successful small business