Bella Scott A Dominican MUA on the Rise

I first came across Courtney Destouche or Bella Toto Scott when I was introduced to the Facebook group The Glow Down Dominica. Of course as a self proclaimed makeup enthusiast I was intrigued and my fascination grew when I was introduced to the first live video of her 'beating her face to the gawdssss'. View post

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#FeatureFriday Ft Rianna Patterson

Introduce yourself: (Name, age, location, what you do) share as much as you feel comfortable with.* My name is Rianna Patterson, I am 19 years old from Picard and I am the founder of the Dominica Dementia Foundation.   What made you go natural? How long have you been natural? I have always been ridiculed for being natural, that ...

Dearly Beloved, a conversation with Natalie John

I first heard about Ms. Natalie John through an article by Huffington Post last year. Dreamy Weddings was featured as an ideal wedding planning company for those interested in having a destination wedding. Ever curious I went on their site and was pleased to find a company which presented itself as a high end quality service ...

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#Feature Friday Ft. Norris Francois Jr.

Introduce yourself: (Name, age, location, what you do) share as much as you feel comfortable with.* Norris Francois, a student of Photography, Film, Writing, Philosophy, Sarcasm, Economics, and anything else he can get his hands onto resides on an island in the middle of the Caribbean Sea called Dominica and aspires to become better than everyone else at ...

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En Garde! A Look Into Dominica’s Fencing Society

“Going through this competition as Dominica’s first fencing team was a great experience…although unsuccessful in the tournament we did not go down without a fight…we impressed the team and coaches there with our teamwork…. they were very happy that there is a new fencing team on the map and that’s Dominica.” View post

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Caribbean Taboo a Voice for the Voiceless

Following a passionate conversation with a colleague about the insurmountable challenges of women Mimi Johnrose decided she wanted to be a voice for the voiceless. Little did she know that she was beginning a journey that would take her two years to accomplish. Finally, after 24 months of hard work and countless rewrites Caribbean Taboo ...

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