My favorite celebrity is Kim Kardashian. Say what you will about her, but I think she is booti-full beautiful.


Nonetheless, being the middle eastern gal I am, I feel like anytime I get glammed up, people always compare me to her and say I look like her.

News flash to all y’all white people: Not every tan looking person resembles the Kardashians.

Now I would totally be lying if I said my ego isn’t inflated by this comparison. I learned how to curl my hair exactly like hers and get those spider lashes she rocks. (IF I HIT 20 LIKES ILL DO A STEP BY STEP TUTORIAL ON HOW TO GET HER HAIR). My 10 color concealer palette from ebay is on its way as we speak so I can contour my face like she does too. Plus I squat a few hundred times a day in an attempt to get a fraction of that concave rear end.

But what I’m trying to say is she isn’t everyones idol.

So next time you see someone with dark features and curly hair, vary the people you compare them to!

Peace! 🙂


Brush lovin’

I’m a Barbie girl, in the Barbie world
Life in plastic, it’s fantastic!
You can brush my hair, undress me everywhere
Imagination, life is your creation
Come on Barbie, let’s go party!


This is gonna be an odd post. But bear with me.

I have the most thick hair thanks to my middle eastern roots. With thick hair comes tangles and snarls. I used to cry because of my tender head.

When I was in first grade, my sister bought me the Aveda Paddle Brush because I was in so much pain. I’m a senior in college now…and I’ve used the same brush type for all that time. 

This brush is the best thing your can buy. Its durable and sturdy. You can blow dry your hair with it too. Its springy and has a place for the bristles to get some air. And best of all, IT DOESN’T HURT MY HEAD!!! It’s the nicest and least painful thing ever.

I would 1000% recommend checking this baby out. It’s twenty bucks but I’ve only bought three of them in the last 16 years. My sister and I swear by them.