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Welcome Style & Glam Magazine Readers,

Jamyce Patterson is a mother, a magazine owner and founder of Style & GLAM LLC, a fashion and beauty event and media production company. She worked in the healthcare industry for almost 20 years, before leaving Corporate America to pursue her love for fashion and glamour. Jamyce quickly realized that to bring her business to local customers, she would need more than great fashion to progress in this industry. Dedicating countless hours on new and exciting ways to engage Pittsburgh's fashion scene, she discovered that many small businesses had the same challenges. Soon after, Jamyce created PGH Style & GLAM (later to be named Style & Glam LLC ) to give entrepreneurs, models and artists a platform to build bigger brands and network with potential clients and media. Jamyce has since worked with thousands of businesses, designers, artists and models. In gaining press recognition for her company, Jamyce has obtained over 6000 combined social media supporters and has appeared in many Pittsburgh magazines and newspapers. Proud of her successes, Jamyce’s biggest joy is raising her daughter to not only be loving and understanding of others, but to be determined and hardworking in all that she sets out to achieve.

I want to thank everyone that has participated or supported Style & Glam Magazine. From conception, as the founder and Editor-In-Chief, my main focus is to empower upcoming artists, entrepreneurs, models and businesses through our editorials, featured articles and "In The Spotlight" interviews. Style & Glam Magazine provides a national platform that allows professionals to promote their brands, grow their media exposure and work with the best advertisers and industry key players.

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Style & Glam Magazine is a quarterly print magazine with special online features. Our mission is to inspire and capture the attention of every reader with trendsetting fashions, coveted beauty techniques, modeling tips and state-of-the-art photography. We are excited to bring you luxury and glamour in every issue. CONNECT. CREATE. CAPTIVATE

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FASHION Tom Marron

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Virtuality Threatens The Extinction Of The Real Runway Models Tamara Penn

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10 FOOLPROOF Fashion Hacks Kia Poshman

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Build A Fashion Brand And They Will Come: Learning How To Reach Millions

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BEAUTY Diversity Or Not In The Beauty Industry Tamara Penn

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6 Best Lipstick Brands And Top Trending Colors Erin McCaffey

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5 Breakout Hairstyle Trends For Spring ‘20 Kim Errol

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Coconut Oil: The Good, Bad And Ugly Heather Pollen

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ON THE COVER: Model: Tanisha Thomas ON THIS Style PAGE: Designer: & Glam Models: Nu Lu, Thomas Tanisha Thomas, Ethan Klie, Victoria MUA: Tanisha Resch, Lisa Antoinette Photographer: Style & Marie Glam Photographer: Ray Feather

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Mother. Activist. Influencer. Survivor. Lani Dee

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The Heart Of Gold Designer: Eva Dixon Jamyce Patterson

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Cover Model Winner: Tanisha Thomas Kate Penn

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Influencer: Bethany Decker Kate Penn

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BEAUTY EDITORS Tamara Penn Erin McCaffey Heather Pollen Kim Errol

FASHION EDITORS Tom Maron Tamara Penn Kia Poshman Kim Thompson

IN THE SPOTLIGHT EDITORS Jamyce Patterson Kate Penn Tina Barlow

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many ways to rock this look and you can continue to wear it for decades to come! 3. Square Toe Strappy Sandals As trends come and go, one will always remain in style: a sleek pair of sandals. This season, there has been a myriad of square toe shoes making the rounds and for a good reason. This flattering design, with a strappy finish, elongates the legs and creates a unique silhouette for any outfit you’re wearing. Although best worn in the warmer months, feel free to add

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Spring/Summer ‘20 Accessory Trends Tom Maron a pair of sheer tights or socks with your footwear to up the ante. Choose from bright shades to add life to your ensemble or keep it classic with traditional colors like white, black, or brown.

1. Chunky Boots As sweater weather approaches, it’s essential to keep your feet warm and dry. This season, when choosing a pair of shoes for the temperature, you can’t look past chunky boots. Featuring a low heel and rubber platform, these are a comfortable and sleek option to wear with a feminine dress or jeans. They’re perfect for a night out on the town or a walk through the park – it instantly adds a grunge twist to your outfit. For the ultimate fierce look in 2020, opt for a knee-high silhouette with a miniskirt – put a ’90s spin on this stylish ensemble and be a real head-turner. 2. Bucket Bags What’s better than having a handbag that holds all of your goods? A stylish one! These bucket bags have never really gone out of style, but they’re coming in stronger than ever with these stunning options. From a soft silhouette by Louis Vuitton to a Barbie-esque design by Chanel, this is an accessory that you will keep with you forever. Rather than choosing a traditional shade, such as black, grey or white, why not step outside of the box and opt for something blue, pink, or marigold? There are so 10

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versatile accessory that will be on everyone this season – wear it with a dress, skirt, or pants; there are no rules. To create a monochrome look, opt for a single shade across your entire outfit. It is an item that will never go out of style, so make sure you keep this in your wardrobe for every occasion. 6. Long Puffer Coats

This winter, the puffer coat has gone through another revamp—from short to floor sweeping- adding texture, prints and statement-making bright colors and cool camo...even ruffles.

4. Statement Large Chain Necklaces Large chain necklaces will be making their way to the forefront of the season. From oversized and chunky designs to a delicate yet statement piece, these accessories are an easy way to tie an outfit together. Pair it with a blazer or sweater – there are no rules with this timeless bling. 5. Wide Waist Belts Tie every ensemble together with these trendy belts. Sitting in the middle of the waist, it will create an instant hourglass shape and complete your attire. This is a

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Virtuality Threatens The Extinction Of Real Runway Models Tamara Penn

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hat if runway models were no longer needed and agencies went out of business? It won’t happen you say, but truth be told, virtual humans are gradually taking over the world. Case in point, Imma, a digital Instagram model for KATE Tokyo Cosmetics, with over 50,000 followers, have entered uncharted territory, decked out in her trendy, street-style mix of edgy and sporty fashion brands, such as Nike. This 3D pink hair virtual style icon, created by ModelingCafe —Tokyo-based CG company — can be seen jetsetting to cities like London and Paris. In a recent makeup campaign, Imma was coined “the face” of the company over her 2 “real” model counterparts. How could this happen? The digital based company paid special attention to her realistic features with varied levels of lighting and style filters. You can see her posing in a composite of shots wearing real and virtual make up in a magazine advertorial interview. With this new wave of CGI models on social media, they are being sought after from huge fashion houses such as Dior, Valentino and Prada, depriving real models of paid gigs. Although we are some ways from a complete world domination, these virtual icons are a growing phenomenon with potential to disturb the modeling community as we know it. Now who wants to check out their Instagram and Twitter accounts?!

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ust like the beauty hacks we all crave, you will fall in 7. love with these simple tips. Going easy on your purse strings, every fashionista can find these hacks a cinch to follow without breaking the bank. Now get the celebrity secrets that even the Kardashian's stylists will cosign.

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Use white wine to remove a red wine stain. With a light touch, soak a cloth with the wine and blot the area, but do NOT rub.

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Hiding bra straps on the shoulder blade, by taking a hair tie and wrap it behind both straps and through itself. It will hold into a knot and hide the straps by pulling them together.

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For an instant boob lift, use professional grade fabric tape. Start below the breast and then tape vertically to lift and support your chest.

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Remove oil stains from a purse or shoes by sprinkling baby 8. powder on the soiled spot and letting it sit overnight.

Use shaving cream to remove makeup (foundation particularly) from shirt collars.

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Put the string of your hoodie back into the hood by threading it through a straw.

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Stretch out tight shoes by placing a Ziploc bag of water in each and leaving them in the freezer overnight.

10. Don’t have a steamer? Remover wrinkles from your clothes by placing a towel on top of the area and use a flat iron.

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Build A Fashion Brand And They Will Come Learning How To Reach Millions Kim Thompson

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ave an eye for the next fashion trend or gifted at sewing custom garments that fly off the racks? Knowing how to position your startup will have a deep impact on your branding, earning you a profound amount of success and money.

2. Develop strong websites. Every legitimate business has a website, but not every website out there is good. There are many crucial parts of your website that must be mastered: email capture, contact information, layout, copy-writing, visual aids, etc. Overall, good websites require substance more than anything else. Your website must inform, inspire and engage.

As new entrepreneurs try to establish their brands by setting up elaborate social media channels and websites, most fall short in their strategy...yes, strategy. Too many times overlooked, this process is necessary to take an upcoming brand to empire. It’s 3. Include visuals. like tasting the soup without putting in the seasonings. If you want customers, it’s imperative for fashion brands to build trust Would you remember a website without photos or videos? while giving your potential consumers some flavor...or salt, for a Absolutely not. Visual aids allow your readers to focus their lack of a better word. In doing so, an effective marketing attention on your brand by capturing their eyes. Most people message will satisfy the hunger of your audience. have photographic memories, so the right photos will dramatically enhance your brand and build trust. Make sure Whether people know you exist or not, you need to have the your website and social media are chocked full of visuals of your right approach when creating a branding strategy. If your goal is goods, events and yourself. to reach the masses with your products and services, here are the five ways to attract millions of people to your brand:

4. Be memorable. Be remembered.

1. Leverage your social media.

Although this may sound redundant, it isn’t. Being a memorable business is all about your reputation. What type of messaging are you giving to your customers. What are you known for and do

While most social media platforms are free, not all are built alike. The key is to focus on three main accounts, that best suit your brand, and consistently share strong content throughout. Don’t overlook the others, because in a “what’s good today, may Continue on page 57. not be good tomorrow” era, technology is forever changing. Who know Snapchat would be so big?! 16

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apparel and accessories from pages 20 –21. A. Black Bow Crop Top. $52 B. White Wide Leg Pants. $30 C. Black Cut Out Top. $40 D. Snakeskin Print Wide Leg Pants. $34 E. Black Faux Leather Wrap Belt. $20 F.

Black Sheer Top. $23

G. Tulle Knee Length Elastic Waist Skirt. $56 H. Trio Buckle Waistband Belt. $35

“Evelyn” Fish Scale Dangle Earrings. $37

“Apple” Door Knocker Bracelet $27

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Studded Triangle Bag $48

"Heidi" Metallic Geometric Earrings $24

Studded Shield Sunglasses $43

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Faux Fur Jacket. $140

M. Faux Leather Lace Blouse. $58 N. Satin Flower Crystal Bridal Sash Belt. $50

“"Stella" Pearl Bib Collar Necklace $45

“Cyndel” Pearl & Pink Tassel Dangle Earrings $30

“Clarissa” Pearl Hoop Dangle Earrings $28

”Bethany” Pounded Metal Geometric Earrings $25

Pearl Cluster Hairpins $15

"Zeeda" Pearl Bib Necklace $58 “Tenille” Pearl Chandelier Earrings $34

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“Holly” Feather Necklace and Earring Set $38

“Linzy” Swivel Dangle Earrings $24

"Star" Open Toe Crystal Strappy Sandal $72

Gradient Mirror Sunglasses $35

Gold Wired Clear Clutch $47

“Marie” Black Beaded & Crystal Asymmetrical Dangle Earrings $20

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"Star" Open Toe Crystal Strappy Sandal $65.00

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Faux Snakeskin Crystal Clutch $42.00

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Sequins Beaded Lace Blouse. $123

Q. Metallic Gold Faux Leather Shorts. $32 R. Metallic Faux Leather Cutout Jacket. $225 S. Sheer Pearl Ruffle Blouse. $56 T. Black Faux Leather Knee Length Skirt. $30 U. Ribbed Off Shoulder Ankle Length Dress. $68

“Tiffany” String Pearl Necklace $28

“Felicia” Pearl Crystal Bangle $38 “Sienna” Crystal Dangle Earrings $35

“Marla” Crystal Butterfly Knuckle & Thumb Ring $35

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apparel and accessories from pages 42—45. V. Faux Leather Studded Crop Top Jacket. $165 W. Tulle Floor Length with Train Elastic Waist Skirt. $115 X. White Belted Flare Top. $57

Rhinestone Pearl Beaded Fringe Round Clutch $65

Y. Faux Leather Crop Pants. $95 Z. Pearl Crochet Knit Dress. $165 A1. Pearl Crochet Knit Off Shoulder. $95 B1. Faux Leather Flare Mini Skirt. $52

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“Carol” Crystal Deco Chandelier Earrings $35

"Donatella" Rectangle Rhinestone Earrings $28 “Honey” Crystal Dangle Earrings $32

“Chaka” Pearl Cluster Sphere Dangle Earrings $37

Crystal Pearl Fringe Evening Clutch $47

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Colored Rhinestone Beaded Fringe Round Clutch $62

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“Rima” Colored Rhinestone Hoop Dangle Earrings $34

Pearl Studded Sunglasses $43 "Zeeda” Metallic Beaded Bib Necklace $58

Snakeskin Studded Crystal Envelope Clutch $45

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C1. Satin Ruched Bodycon Party Dress. $54 D1. Glitter Ruffled Sleeve V Neck Mini Dress. $62

Gradient Mirror Sunglasses $35.00

E1. Satin Buttoned Belted Jumpsuit. $85 F1. Sheer Flared Ruffle Sleeves Blouse. $52 G1. Sequin Elastic Pants. $40 H1. Linen Cardigan Cape. $47 I1. Satin Collar Bow Belted Blouse. $50 J1. Faux Leather Leggings. $35 K1. Sheer Ruffle Sleeve Neck Bow Blouse. $72 L1. Snakeskin print Belted Loose Shorts. $48

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"Chantell" Two Toned Metallic Necklace $32

“Tia” Snakeskin Metallic “V” Cuff Bracelet $25

""Kendra" Chain Link Necklace $47

“Mya” Animal Print Metallic Buckle Cuff Bracelet $25 Get these items and more at www.shopstyleandglam.com

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Diversity Or Not In The Beauty Industry Tamara Penn

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ith upto 50 foundation colors in all shades and hues, who wouldn’t think that diversity in the beauty industry is now accepted, even celebrated. The last five years have moved towards inclusivity of more people of color being represented, mainly driven by social media, with major cosmetic giants such as, Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty Line and MAC, taking the reigns. It’s safe to say that the days of supermodel Iman having to blend her own foundation on photo shoots are gone… or are they? Some popular beauty influencers are not impressed with how slow this progression has been.

“Makeup brands have had this relationship with women of color that is very trend based. “ Even photographers are getting in on the conversation. Alexis Lubomirski, beauty photographer who shot the Meghan Markle and Prince Harry wedding portraits, has seen lighting issues turn into a battle of aesthetics. “Some creative directors are afraid of highlights on darker skins because they feel it is not representative of the natural color of the girl’s skin,” he said.

Similarly, change is taking place in hair care. Led by influential stars like Wanda Sykes and Tracee Ellis Ross, who wear their hair unprocessed, is “redefining Hollywood glamour,” said Yet it’s a start, there is a further need for improvement. “We’re celebrity hairstylist Nai’vasha Johnson. This is “absolutely stuck in a place that is politically correct,” Tym Buacharern, a tied to race,” she said. “When you get into perms and relaxers makeup artist who has worked on “Black Panther,” and all of these things to alter what is naturally yours, let’s be “Dreamgirls” and the “Hunger Games” series, criticizes beauty honest, it’s embracing a race or nationality that is not your schools for not doing enough. “Let’s take it to a place that’s real own.” and lasting. For example, every brand is launching 40 foundation colors now because it’s the trendy thing to do. But is In a time lapsed video, London Myers, an up-and-coming the brand actually doing the work — the initiatives and Cameroonian-Irish model, documented her experience outreach? It’s not just about putting a black model next to Gigi backstage as she waited while stylists passed her by. She wrote Hadid. The stock needs to be there, and not only 40 shades at in the post: your Times Square store. The people at the counter need training.” Fenty Beauty campaign below

“Indeed, education is often cited as an issue. They teach predominantly how to work on Caucasians,” he goes on to say. Moreover, he believes that younger makeup artists are relying too much on YouTube tutorials. “YouTube is amazing for inspiration when you’re experienced, but it does the young makeup artist a major disservice because you’re learning from someone who’s great on doing makeup only on himself or herself,” Mr. Buacharern says. “You need to learn the fundamentals first, “ he continues, “Those skills, include shade matching, finding the right formulas for skin types and working with who is in front of you.” It’s no surprise that with more women of color being leading ladies, there are reasonable challenges with entrusting their image to these professionals. “ It’s about being comfortable and not having to worry about the hair and makeup part so they can focus on the work of acting,” Tym concludes. It has been known that some blockcharting actresses have hired their own glam squad to perfect their look. Sam Fine, a makeup artist known for working with Naomi Campbell, Iman and Queen Latifah, is not convinced. Being in the industry since 1991, he has seen cosmetics collections developed for women of color come and go. “There was Revlon, when they released ColorStyle, and also Maybelline Shades of You — where are they now?” Mr. Fine said. 52

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“I don’t need special treatment from anyone. What I need is for hairstylists to learn how to do black hair. I’m so tired of people avoiding doing my hair at shows. How dare you try to send me down the runway with a linty busted afro. We all know if you tried this on a white model, you’d be #canceled.”

making it easier for customers to get their hands on what were once considered niche products,” she says. “The mass expansion of the natural hair market forced independent blackowned companies to compete with corporations that previously ignored it.”

Not all bad, with some make up brands launching expansive cosmetic lines, more entrepreneurs of color, such as The Lip Bar and Briogeo, are starting to put its mark on this complex industry; however, natural hair discrimination in the workplace still feel commonplace (though both California and New York recently passed laws against it ). Brands and backstage runway shows are continuing to come under fire. Leona Wilson, NYC salon owner of LW Salon, describes the diversification of the hair-care market as a blessing and a curse, “The blessing? The giants took ‘us’ from specialty stores or from small shelf space to major retailers,

In Los Angeles Times, it indicated that almost 71% of black adults in the U.S. have worn their hair natural at least once by 2016.

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“We [women of color] have spending power, so it goes far beyond a trend for companies: It’s in their best economic interest to be more inclusive. Black women spend 80% more on cosmetics than our non-black counterparts, ” Wilson claims. It is clear that as more people of color demand for equality in the beauty sector, more “true” research, development and marketing dollars will be expected to satisfy all demographics. With this issue questioning the relevancy of these company that lacks support for diversity, it is in its best interest for major cosmetic companies to get on board, to promote its longevity in the industry and the overall bottom line.

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6 Best Lipstick Brands And Top Trending Colors Erin McCaffey

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5. CHOCOLATE Two Faced Melted Matte-Tallic Liquified Lipstick, Caffeine Queen Ulta $21.00

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5 Breakout Hairstyle Trends For Spring ’20

Photos courtesy of Motives by Loren Ridinger

Model Chrissy Tiegen Photos: JAMES DEVANEY/ GC IMAGES

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ew season, new hairstyle, right? Or at least, that is what all of the cutting edge hair gurus tell us, but honestly, who needs a reason to chop off or add some luscious locs. Go fierce and try one of these bold styles in the new year for the new you.

Jawline Bob

Deep Side Part

When it comes to hitting refresh on your appearance, turn up the voltage with a dramatic deep side part. Take the part further across the face, creating a side-swept style and voila...instant volume and texture. Whether you’re rocking a pixie, bob, midlength hair or long Rapunzel tresses, this craze will highlight the eyes, slim the face and emphasize the cheekbones.

Seasoned celebrity stylist Garren (Brook Shields and Madonna’s hairstylists) emphasizes the look should be crisp and clean, stating, “The blunt bob should cut like a razor, right at the jaw.” The severe shape should highlight your neckline and jaw, giving you a symmetrical frame around the face and a modelesque jawline. Whether it has a voluminous wave or a sleek, shiny finish, try parting it down the middle or toss it to one side for a sexier vibe.

Gamine Pixie

With a play on the British term, “boyish” and “elfish,” most feared this cut for looking too masculine, but no worries, this ultra chic style is now all the rage. Making a comeback, be daring with bold choices like colored highlights and messy curls.

Shag Bangs

According to editorial stylist Mandee Tauber, "It's all about the fresh, textured movement of shag bangs,"she explains. Don’t want to cut your own hair? Now you can add on a clip on bang for the same look. Even wear this bang with a ponytail for a casual feel.

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STRAIGHT FROM THE BEACH

1. Start by working Slick Hold Styling Pomade through

damp hair, making sure to not ‘brush’ it through with your fingers too much. You want to retain as much texture and natural movement possible. Twist hair in sections to help it clump together and not go fluffy.

2.

Dry hair with gentle heat until hair is 80% dry. Don’t over dry! Gently shake hair out and mold into place with the palms of your hands.

Model Josephine Skriver

Actress Tia Mowry

Wet Look

When done right, this celebrity favorite is perfect for parties and red carpets. Create the dewy look and pair it with a bold lip for a strong statement. Thanks to celebrities, fashion shows and red carpets around the world, this sleek look is just in time for the summer, whether you’re heading to the beach or a night out. But how do you actually do it? What products do you have to have? The ‘wet look’ can be broken down two ways – smooth it out for the ‘Sleek and Shiny’ look or the more textured ‘Straight from the beach’ approach. Check out the following instructions for a perfect slick back hairstyle and hit the runway. THE SLEEK AND SHINY LOOK It’s the famous look where hair is slicked back through the top and the sides, cascading down the back all shiny and dewy!

1. Comb your wet hair back from your face using a wide tooth . comb. Comb straight from front to back over the crown. Comb the sides flat and all the way through to the back behind your ear.

2. Apply a generous amount of Slick Hold Styling Pomade following the track marks from the wide tooth comb through the top and sides.

3. Apply gently heat from your dryer to secure hair in place (high heat will create a matte finish).

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Continued from page 16. Build a Fashion Brand And They Will Come: Learning How To Reach Millions. you perfect these attributes? Think about creating signature goods and services that your competitors are not currently providing. Now being remembered is a little simpler. What you name your company can be helpful or an inconvenience to some, as they may have difficulty searching for cumbersome titles. Keep your name short and sweet but unique enough to avoid having your audience sift through a thousand names that are similar.

5. Tell your story. Nowadays everyone is eager to talk about their childhood, using public mediums. The purpose is to give your audience ample information about who you and your brand are. It’s about being transparent. It also gives your brand an emotional tone and deeper meaning to your marketing message. Your back story should be favorable, including biographies, testimonials and credentials. Time to get out your pen and paper and start jotting down your strategy. Good Luck.

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Coconut Oil:

The Good, Bad And Ugly Heather Pollen

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ecently experts have been tapping the brakes on this once named “end all, be all” home remedy, arguing that some studies show adverse health benefits when orally consuming coconut oil. But what about the skin? Despite the controversy, skincare experts still sing praises for its natural antibacterial and anti inflammatory properties, not to mention, it is accessible and an inexpensive item used in a daily regimen. Before you head out to your local supermarket to get a jar of coconut oil, just know that not all oils are good for you. Coconut oil is rich in linoleic acid, an unsaturated omega-6 fatty acid, which helps retain the moisture content of your skin, creating that silky smooth feel. It also exfoliates the outer layer of dead skin cells, making your skin softer. High quality coconut oil is an all-natural ‘anti-aging’ moisturizer when applied topically. Then skin and connective tissues absorbs the oil, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. On the contrary, low-quality coconut oil can be highly processed (and possibly contaminated), which can lead to pesky breakouts and other skin irritations. Refined coconut oil Refined coconut oil is oil that has been extracted from previously dried coconut meat with chemical solvents or through physical extraction methods. Coconut oil produced this way must be purified through refining, which means some of the beneficial nutrients in coconut oil are lost.

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Unrefined coconut oil Unrefined coconut oil is often referred to as “virgin” coconut oil. Technically, coconut oil by nature is refined, because the oil must be extracted out of the coconut. In its extraction process — wet-milling — the oil doesn’t need any additives or require bleaching, reducing its exposure to high levels of heat, like refined coconut oil. Also, allowing it to keep its distinct coconut flavor and odor. Virgin vs. extra-virgin coconut oil As mentioned, “virgin” coconut oil is unrefined coconut oil, but there is literally no difference between virgin and extra-virgin coconut oil, except for the amount of fatty acids. With no regulations governing the purity of coconut oil, one is not better than the other. The only way to tell that you’ve got a properly pressed, unrefined oil is to use your nose – if it has a sweet smell like a freshly cracked coconut, then bingo. Glass vs. plastic container Always buy coconut oil that comes in a sealed glass jar to lock in the nutrients. Plastic containers are typically mass-produced and a lower quality counterpart. While good economically, the high levels of lauric acid will destroy the plastic over time, leeching into the oil itself. Scouring department and convenience stores, here are a few of the best coconut oil products we could find. Check page 60.

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Spring Of Life Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil – Non GMO & Cold Pressed

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In The Spotlight

Model : Dana Quinn Makeup: Hope Marie Hair: Eva Dixon Stylist: Eva Dixon Photographer: Al Reid

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MOTHER. ACTIVIST. INFLUENCER. SURVIVOR. LANI DEE

Designer: Eva Dixon Photographer: Style & Glam Magazine

Jamyce Patterson

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Winning “Best Dressed” at 2018 Glam Awards, a red carpet awards ceremony, I thought this would be another interview with a model and her extensive modeling resume (a mile long). As I began to dig deep into Lani’s life, I knew she had a story to tell. In dealing with her daily struggles, she uses modeling to help overcome them. Attempting to get her agoraphobia in check, she focuses on the love for her 4 children and modeling.

Photographer: CDF Photography

Modeling Experience: New York Fashion Week Love Fashion Show Lupus Foundation Fashion Show James Bond Soiree Compilation 2.0 Fashion & Beauty Expo Camillya's House of Style Hat Off Alopecia Fashion Show Fashion At The Mueller Ray Darten Pop Up Shop & Fashion Show Mother's Day Extravaganza Fashion Show Pittsburgh's Smokin Jim Frazier Inspiring Lives Magazine, published model (6 times) Italian Sons and Daughter's Fashion Show Parisian Fashion Magazine “People in the City” Exhibition, Barcelona Kiya Tomlin, catalog model KDKA Channel 2, featured Garbage Bag Gala and Fashion Show Boston PROJECT RUNWAY Fashion Designer and Art Week

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J: What was your first inspiration to get into

modeling?

L: My first inspiration with makeup was a combination of my mother's makeup, Vogue and Bazaar magazines and this white background poster I got at Spencer's Gifts of a pale-face with rainbow colored eyelids and lips. I tried to emulate it with my mother's makeup at the age 10. My father, typical Asian stereotype, loved photography. He was always buying the latest cameras and taking me to beautiful places to shoot like Seven Springs in Delmont, Pennsylvania and the Fall Foliage, Disney World, Philippines. Inspired by the pages of Vogue, Bazaar and wedding magazines, I played the fashion designer and the princess turning curtains into trains and having fashion shows in my room or the bay window of my living room which has a windowsill as big as a stage for a small girl, complete with a double set of curtains.

J: What celebrity would you J: What are some of your greatest accomplishments? like to work L: I have done some great "bucket list" things. I’m so proud of with? being a part of make up campaigns for some popular local L: I would magazines. I have, also walked in runway shows for many of love to work Pittsburgh's most prestigious designers such as Eva Dixon, James with Ann Leibowitz, because of her incredible talent. With Houk, Stephanie Renee Moye and Leesa Miscovich Kassler to her perspective of black and white photography, she has name a few. inspired me to create my own exhibition. I'ld, also, like to be photographed by Exquisite Voodoo's, Scott Guy. His photos and gifs of my model friends are AMAZING. As far as celebrity make up artists, Patrick Ta, Jeffree Star and Shane Dawson are some of my icons and I would love to partner with them in a beauty campaign. J: You’ve recently participated in Inspiring Lives Magazine #metoo shoot. How was that experience and what did you take away from that campaign? L: The #metoo movement came along at the peak of my modeling career. After almost a decade of control and abuse and even dealing with multiple stalkers, I was proud J: What is to be part of the shoot for Pittsburgh Action Against Rape in Inspiring Lives Magazine. My message to a #metoo your survivor of sexual abuse is to know the red flags and have greatest challenge in a plan to leave your abuser. It is imperative to get out of a volatile relationship, because it could be the matter of life modeling? How did or death, so have a strong support system and absolutely you don’t go back for any reason. overcome At times, it has been difficult to continue to follow my Photographer: Edmund Porta it? modeling dreams, but it has made me strong enough to be L: Having an advocate for the social media page “Empowering to push through my anxiety when I’m getting ready to Models Group” that uplifts and forewarns models against leave my house. I have agoraphobia, panic attacks, PTSD (GWC'S) Guys With Cameras. In the group, we educate and anxiety from a severely abusive relationship. I was young models about sex offenders and traffickers that made to dress down, “like a man,” my clothes were cut up frequent social media pages, events and photos shoots to and I wasn't allowed to wear makeup to work. Basically, I prey on vulnerable models. We take the time to show them didn’t feel beautiful, but since, modeling have changed all how to do their research on photographers and managers, of that. Once the music starts, I hold my head up high and bring chaperones and scams to look out for. walk with confidence and pose feeling like a goddess. I've . learned to pull focus and ask for help when I need it. J: What important tips would you give a model getting Breathing, lots of hugs and surrounding myself with a in the fashion world? positive uplifting support system is key. L: First, be safe. Know the people you are working with. Then I would say, build a professional portfolio and J: What are you known for in the industry? network on all social media platforms. L: I have a signature, sultry smile. The meanest “smize” you will ever see. Also, I’m proud to be known for my Get more styled shoots and spotlight features at kind heart. www.styleandglam.com. www.styleandglam.com

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The Heart Of Gold Designer: Eva Dixon Inspirational, Advocate And Momma Bear Jamyce Patterson

LIFE AS A DESIGNER Eva Dixon, owner of “I Do Designs By Eva,” learned how to sew patterns at the age of nine from her grandmother. Being in business for almost 25 years, she is known for custom dancewear and elegant bridal gowns. Eva finds inspiration for her clothing lines from classic style of the Victorian, 20’s and 50’s eras. She has been spotlighted in numerous publications and events, such as Pittsburgh Fashion Week, Project Runway Show, NYC Fashion Model Takeover Showcase, Salvation Army Garbage Bag Gala, Beaver Times, Inspiring Lives Magazine and "Four Weddings" for designing two wedding gowns. Adding to her repertoire, Eva has won many awards: Style & Glam, 2018 Glam Awards Designer Of The Year, Business Choice Awards Fabricator of the Year and Designer Of The Year for the Fashion Art and Design to name a few.

OVERCOMING OBSTACLES September 2019, Eva was scheduled to headline for a big fashion show NYC Fashion Takeover. Over 150 designers, models, photographers and beauty professionals traveled nationwide to attend this production. On the day of the show, after countless phone calls, the participants were notified that the event coordinator was no where to be found. Everyone quickly realized they had been scammed out of nearly $12,000. Making matters worse, NYC police removed the people from their hotel rooms, leaving no place for them to sleep. With sheer determination, “In a God’s moment,” as she calls it, several of the participants, GIVING BACK including Eva, put In the years of her working with models, dubbed “Momma their resources Bear” for her caring and loving nature, Eva has opened up together and secured the venue. Noticing they were up her heart and has helped many to navigate their way against the clock, “Everyone pitched in like team work. through the challenges of the modeling and fashion We felt like family.” They are still attempting to recover industry. She has created an empowering model group all of their money, but Eva learned a big lesson, “God that gives models a safe place to voice their concerns and brought us together. He taught us to stand as one body and learn the ins and outs about the business, from knowing soul. It was not about who we are and no color/race to the signs of sex trafficking to important tools on divide us. It was the true meaning of sister and promoting one’s career. brotherhood.” 66

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Tanisha Thomas Kate Penn

FASHION.BEAUTY.MODELING.ART

COVER MODEL WINNER

Photographer: Elite Pictures LLC

With her signature long legs and high fashion poses, Tanisha has graced many magazines, movies and ripped the runway for some of the hottest designers and fashion shows. Playing in her mother’s closet as a child to building her singing and modeling career, it’s no surprise she has been called a trailblazer, go getter and fierce. As God being the center of her strength, her steadfast determination and incredible ability to block out the negativity, success is inevitable. So of course, I had to interview this rising star to see what makes her tick.

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K: What words of wisdom would you give an aspiring model? T: Be confident in who you are on the inside, not the outside. It's how you view yourself on the inside — is what will sustain you in the industry. Do your homework and learn the business to be sure and confident that modeling is for you. Never stop trying! Keep seeking, asking and knocking on the right doors! Surround yourself with those who will correct, love and encourage you to press for your dreams! K: What are your upcoming projects? T: As the Style & Glam Cover Model Search winner, I’m excited about being the cover model for Style and Glam Magazine and being a featured host on their You Tube TV show and reality TV series, “Behind The Runway.” Get more styled shoots and spotlight features at www.styleandglam.com. Height: 5'10" Bust: 34B Waist: 28 Hips: 38 Hair: dark brown Eyes: dark brown Dress: 6 Pants: 6 Shoe: 10 1/2 IG @Tanishatmodel Modeling Experience: Rock Steelers Style Fashion Show Pittsburgh Fashion Week DC Fashion Week Fashion & Beauty Expo KDKA TV Pittsburgh Today Live MindHunter movie Ma Rainey’s movie K: Besides modeling, what are some of your other passions? T: Singing has always been another passion of mine. I love to sing. It's an outlet for me. I can express my feelings through songs. I ,also, like to design clothes, jewelry and home décor. I love details and patterns. Designing is relaxing for me. At the end of all the sewing and cutting, I get to see what God has created in my mind. K: Who would you like to work with as a model? T: I would love to model for designer Donatella Versace. I am obsessed with her designs! She is just as talented as her late brother Gianni Versace. www.styleandglam.com

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INFLUENCER

Kate Penn

Bethany Decker

Photographer: Style & Glam Magazine


Known for her trampoline paintings and guitar and ukulele performances, this newbie on the block has already found success with over 60,000 TikTok followers. Height: 5’4” Bust: 34 Waist: 26 Hips: 35 Eyes: blue eyes Hair: brown IG @bethany_decker_ Modeling Experience: New York Fashion Week Pittsburgh Fashion Week Fashion & Beauty Expo Dress Haute window display ReFined Culture LLC campaign K: Who is your style icon and why? B: I know I sound like every other teenage girl, but I really admire Harry Styles. His fashion is unique and he has really helped me to feel accepted for who I am. K: Who would you love to work with? B: I would absolutely love to work with Zendaya. She seems like she’s very kind and great to work with. K: Did you ever experience any challenges in the industry? B: Just recently, I was at New York Fashion Week and my grandfather died. I knew I had an obligation to do, so I pushed through to walk in the shows and went home right after to spend some quality time with family.

Designer: Dress Haute Photographer: Kim Anderson

K: What would you tell a model that is not sure about starting his/her career? B: I would tell the model to just try it. You never know what’s out there, unless you take the initiative and try it. Get more styled shoots and spotlight features at www.styleandglam

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Candis Dorsey Tina Barlow

INFLUENCER

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In the attempt to start her modeling career at the age of 15, she was offered an opportunity to model outside of Pittsburgh, but because of the expense, Candis’ grandmother had to decline. Instead she encouraged Candis to pursue a career in Administration, which gave her experience in branding, marketing and most importantly networking. Height: 5'8” Bust: 32 D/34 C Waist: 27 Hips: 38 Hair: dark brown Eyes: dark brown Dress: 2/4 Shoes: 8 IG @CandisDorseyy Model Experience: Modelweek Pittsburgh James Bond Soiree Fashion & Beauty Expo K: When did you launch your career in modeling? T: On May 2019, I took what was already inside of me and leaped into the modeling world. K: What motivated you to start your career at the age of 33? T: Recently I have helped a long time friend, working with a Real Estate Investment Company to design the interior of a house. It was such an amazing experience, that it reminded me how passionate I’m about creativity. Ultimately it lead me back to what I love the most...modeling. K: Who do you wish to work with in the industry? T: I dream of the opportunity to work with and be mentored by Tyra Banks! She has been through a lot in her life beginning at a very young age, which I'm sure was not always glitter and gold. At the end, she shows strength in so many ways as a model, actress and woman. For that I would be honored at the opportunity to have her apart of my modeling life. K: What one piece of advice would you give another model? T: My advice to aspiring models would be to continuously polish your brand, eventually it will become so bright people can’t help but to see it. Get more styled shoots and spotlight features at www.styleandglam.com. www.styleandglam.com

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FASHION AS A FORCE FOR GOOD Every piece give mothers a chance to keep and provide for their children.

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Style & Glam Magazine - Issue 4, Winter 2019-20  

Style & Glam Magazine inspires and captures the attention of our audience with trendsetting fashions, coveted beauty techniques, modeling ti...

Style & Glam Magazine - Issue 4, Winter 2019-20  

Style & Glam Magazine inspires and captures the attention of our audience with trendsetting fashions, coveted beauty techniques, modeling ti...