Sketchbook Series

Hi Everyone !
I’m started a Sketchbook series for the month of May.

These are not meant to be masterpieces. The whole point of me doing this is to share my work with you al and push myself to draw everyday. I will hopefully post a video a day showing a sketch Ive done in my sketch book. Enjoy :)

*If you have any questions , suggestions or tips , please leave a comment down below

Summer Skincare Tips

1. Moisture! Moisture! Moisture!

A light Moisturizer with a SPF will give your skin all that it needs to get through the summer months. My favorite moisturizer is Olay Complete. 

2. Sleep


Getting a goodnights rest is essential to good skincare. When it comes to your beauty routine, sleep may be the closest thing there is to a fountain of youth. Your body repairs itself and recovers while you snooze, and that leads to a long list of benefits for your looks. The key is to get enough shut-eye -- 7 to 9 quality hours each night.

3. Water

There are many good reasons to drink water: It’s refreshing, and it helps your brain function, maintains energy levels, regulates body temperature, aids in digestion, and ultimately keeps your body healthy. 


4. Sugar Scrub

Sugar Scrub

Homemade sugar scrub is the most natural way to soften, exfoliate and to freshen up the skin. Sugar is a natural sweetener that can also be used as a natural beauty regimen. Its fine texture gently exfoliates the skin without leaving harmful residue that can clog the pores. It has moisturizing properties that prevents the skin from drying. It is safe to use even on children’s sensitive skin and to soothe chapped lips.


5. Mask

Masks are applied to cleansed skin for 10 to 15 minutes, although the duration can be shorter or longer; some hydrating masks can also be used as an intensive overnight treatment.

Art: Kehinde Wiley- A New Republic

#KehindeWiley displays his art at the brooklyn museum this past week. Check out more at (


February 20–May 24, 2015

The works exhibited in Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic brings up issues about race, sexual orientation, and the legislative issues of representation by depicting contemporary African American men and ladies utilizing the traditions of conventional European likeness. The show incorporates a review of the craftsman's productive fourteen-year vocation and components sixty artistic creations.

Wiley's signature representations of ordinary men and ladies riff on particular artworks by Old Masters, supplanting the European privileged people delineated in those canvases with contemporary dark subjects, attracting consideration regarding the nonattendance of African Americans from chronicled and social stories. 

The subjects in Wiley's works of art regularly wear shoes, hoodies, and baseball tops, rigging connected with hip-hop culture, and are situated against differentiating elaborate enhancing foundations that summon prior times and a scope of societies. 

Through the procedure of "road throwing," Wiley welcomes people, frequently outsiders he experiences in the city, to sit for pictures. In this community prepare, the model picks a propagation of an artistic creation from a book and reenacts the posture of the depiction's figure. By welcoming the subjects to choose a show-stopper, Wiley gives them a measure of control over the way they're depicted. 

The show incorporates a determination of Wiley's World Stage painted creations, started in 2006, in which he takes his road throwing procedure to different nations, extending the extent of his coordinated effort.


Life : Asha talks with

" is not your typical web site. We don't cover the pop culture of now, we cover the pop culture of the future. Now, with that being said, our agenda, is to bring to your world all of the people who are working hard, and mastering their craft, so that they can put their talent on perfect display for your viewing and listening pleasure. 

We will also bring to you people who have made their marks in this world and have taken journeys that you did not even know about. Some of them are uplifting, some of them are heart breaking, and some are a little, or a lot, over the top. It's whom they are, and we love them for it."

The creator of My Eyes Your World, Detrich Davis has sat down with Asha to talk art and animation.

To see the full interview go to 



Asha Hanna