One of my favorite things to do is explore new cities so when I had the opportunity to visit Tulsa, Oklahoma I didn’t even have to think twice before saying yes. I had no expectations when I got to Tulsa, I had no idea what to expect. Now that I have been there, I want to go back and explore more of the city and more of Oklahoma. I went to so many cool places, ate at really cute places and really thought about getting a place there. I’ll tell you I was pleasantly surprised with what a great city it is. First of all the people are so warm and welcoming. Genuinely kind people every where I went which makes the city feel like home. I also love how the city feels small but has so much new development. When you go to Tulsa that will be the thing…

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I talked to celebrity facialist Olga Lorencin about how take care of your skin during the summer. She gave us some great tips on what to do to get that red carpet glow. She’s given glowing skin to many of Hollywood’s A List such as Halle Berry, Sophia Vergara, Viola Davis and many more. This is what Olga had to say. “Summer is here and we are thinking about the hot, humid, sticky, lots of sunblock kind of situation for your skin. The only logical thing is to exfoliate, but be careful and make sure that it is done the right way. Abolish harsh, manual exfoliants, high dose acids, and retinols and make sure that you never exfoliate when sunburned or when you are spending hours in the hot sun.¬†When you do exfoliate, always do it at night and the following day wear a SPF 35+.” What are the best…

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Have you ever explored the largest little Tokyo in the US? If you haven’t now is your chance to get an amazing experience with Go Little Tokyo’s 4th Annual Delicious Little Tokyo. This event is two-days this Friday, July 19th and Saturday, July 20th. It is also LA’s largest Japanese culinary weekend. Little Tokyo has so many authentic Japanese restaurants that great to try. It’s also such a fun place to just hang out, grab a matcha and walk around. If you haven’t been it’s located in Downtown LA and is very walkable. There are tons of stores to shop in, kawaii cafes, and oishi restaurants. The schedule of the events are as follows: Friday, July 197 pm: Sake on the Rocks with the Little Tokyo Service Center (LTSC) (21 years or older only). Saturday, July 209 am: A Delectable Doughnut Tasting with Donatsu10 am: Summer Floral Centerpiece Workshop with Kuragami Little…

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