Saturday Turnt Up: Vol. 3

Photo By Slim Aarons

Everyone stop what you are doing, Frank Ocean released a visual music video called Endless, and if you are an Apple Music subscriber, you can catch it here. If you are not a subscriber, then peak it at Vimeo. The cover of Aaliyah (who covered Isley Brothers)'s "At Your Best" in the beginning gets you ready for a good almost hour of an experience. Also, don't forget to check out his new video "Nikes" where he pays tribute to Trayvon Martin. 

I hate that the whole mess about the supposed robbery to Ryan Lochte has everyone's attention, but NPR has brought up what has been going around in the Twitter-sphere in the last 24 hours, if he wasn't white would things have been different?

Also how can you not love Chrissy Teigen for this post...

I personally cannot bring myself to give two shits about Ryan Lochte's gas station fight, and this is why. — christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) August 18, 2016

Now that Instagram has brought on the stories, has anyone else figured out if they should dump Snapchat and jump on the bandwagon. I personally like the fact that you can upload all the material that I produce on Snapchat and just upload them to Instagram (it doesn't take to long once you get into the routine of saving your snaps and makes it easier to add filters). If you want to know how to make the most of your Snapchat story check out this article from Later: "How To Make A Snapchat Story" - perfect for branding!

In the world of friend Bethany, from Twenty Something Plus,is on island for the weekend, and I am having major FOMO about her most recent beauty find straight from Korea...the MoMoUp Makeup Remover, and I already ordered two boxes. They basically fit around your fingers and on top of  removing your makeup there is a cleansing lotion that hydrates and protect your skin as your remove all that old makeup from the day (or night...whatever you are into).

Rosé season is almost ending for some (but never for me) and I was finally able to get my hand on BABE, the rosé in the can from the makers of White Girl Rose. I have to admit I enjoy the taste of the wine in the can much more than the bottle (assuming its the same kind), and this will definitely be my drink of choice for beach days, picnic, parent-teacher conferences, back pews at a wedding, etc.