Archive for June 2016

A New Dress for A Married Man

A New Dress for A Married Man
By Zondra Hughes A friend of mine texted me from Orland Park Mall, she had just found a ‘slay’ dress to wear for this new married guy she met on Facebook and the dress ‘only’ cost $259. She texted a picture of herself wearing the dress in the fitting room, and yes, if ever there... Read more »

Social Media Gets LIT for BET's Prince Tribute

BeBe Jones even has the beauty mark on the side!
Claire LeBlanc, Intern, Six Brown Chicks Prince fans are clad in purple and ready to see the widely publicized Prince tribute tonight on the 2016 BET Awards. Here are just a few of the fun faces that we spotted on Facebook and Instagram. Also, check out ILuvBlackWomen’s periscope here.  Nissan is a sponsor of the... Read more »

Yvette's Story: The Hustle Nearly Killed Me

Yvette's Story: The Hustle Nearly Killed Me
Yvette Kendall has reportedly “created more than 30 patent-pending products that span several industries, ranging from scientific and technical to recreational, including mobile applications, a new type of coffee beverage, pure water product and a DUI simple proof product.” Yvette’s road to success as a female Black inventor has been hard and treacherous, and the... Read more »
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I Went Natural--to Stop Sacrificing My Health for My Hairstyle

I Went Natural--to Stop Sacrificing My Health for My Hairstyle
As someone who has committed my life’s work to helping others achieve personal transformation, my natural hair journey was a reminder that transitions and transformations are not necessarily pre-planned or deliberate for that matter. As I reflect on my decision, I can honestly say my natural hair journey unintentionally happened after my 40th birthday. I... Read more »

I’m Sorry I Misrepresented Myself to You, But, I’m Celibate

I’m Sorry I Misrepresented Myself to You, But, I’m Celibate
By  A Comeaux “To lose everything and find yourself is the greatest treasure” I didn’t think that last storm was unique, as I’ve witnessed women bounce back like they never tripped. So amazed at the recovery I didn’t think of the premature wound that is her heart. I realized that when I was in those... Read more »

Do You Know When To Own Your Truth?

Do You Know When To Own Your Truth?
It’s been almost 4 years since my husband’s death. I wanted to do a quick video to help others that may be dealing with healing during their grief. Be Well and let me know how you own your truth during the healing process Dawj is a professor, strategist and lover of food, wine, travel, dogs... Read more »
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Are We Raising Our Girls to KILL Over Boys?

Are We Raising Our Girls to KILL Over Boys?
Beehives and Bathroom Brawls By Sylvia Snowden When Prince died, I was devastated (he seemed almost immortal, you know?), and one of the things I did to help overcome my sorrow was to immerse myself in all things Prince. I listened to all of my favorite Prince songs, I watched all of my favorite Prince... Read more »

Warning: You'll Miss a Good Man While Waiting for Prince Charming

Warning: You'll Miss a Good Man While Waiting for Prince Charming
by Gina B. Am I the only woman who doesn’t believe in fairy tales? Some years ago, one of my goddaughters had become fascinated by her Auntie Gina’s lifestyle and demanded to know if I lived alone and whether or not I had a husband. She was heartbroken when I told her that I’m not... Read more »

YouTube Success: Presenting Princess Shaw Chicago Screening

YouTube Success: Presenting Princess Shaw Chicago Screening
Six Brown Chick’s is happy to support Chicago’s Own, Samantha Montgomery, known around the world as YouTube turned superstar Princess Shaw. Samantha grew up on the south side of Chicago and now lives in New Orleans caring for the elderly by day and has now turned into a major star because of her talent and what... Read more »
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