Jolorie Williams said instead of doing an “official launch” for its Lottabody Style Collection, Revlon Pro decided to “focus on consumers and influential women” instead. While Lottabody products were well known in the early 1990s for its setting lotion, Williams, vice president of multicultural marketing at Revlon Pro, said the brand wanted to revamp its line with a “month-long digital campaign” which was dubbed “My Style Matters.”
Sheryl Lee Ralph Schools Mothers On What They Need To Tell Their Sons And Daughters About Sex
Today is World Aids Day and who better to discuss this disease which is disproportionately affecting the African American community than the diva herself, Sheryl Lee Ralph? In 1990, the actress started the D.I.V.A. (Divinely Inspired Victoriously AIDS Aware) Foundation to create awareness of HIV/AIDs after seeing many of her Broadway fans fall victim to the disease.
Girl Scout Cookies Now Available For Online Purchase
After years of prohibiting Internet sales, the Girl Scouts of America approves what they call the “Digital Cookie.” The “Digital Cookie” is a platform for scouts to sell/ship their famously-delicious boxed cookies to people around the country. Via NYT: “Girls across the country now can use modern tools to expand the size and scope of their cookie business,” said Sarah Angel-Johnson.
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