Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Notable Styles and More: Hair Stylist Feature - Nicole Bullock

Nicole Bullock is a hairstylist out of Indianapolis, IN. She has been a hairstylist for 20 years. She specializes in classy, stylish, and modern hairstyles for today's modern woman. Her first memory of wanting to be a hairstylist was at 12 years old. Nicole loved being able to emulate the latest styling trends of her favorite artists at the time. She also loves making women feel and look their best, which is the most gratifying experience of her career. 

In recent years, Nicole has fallen in love with servicing natural hair including her signature blow-dry and silk-press. She started her hair journey over two years ago and it has indeed been a journey. Nicole appreciates being able to help other women with embracing their natural hair while providing guidance on what works best for their individual texture. 

Please follow Nicole Bullock's hair page on Instagram @styledbynicolet. For booking visit her StyleSeat

Monday, May 21, 2018

Boss UP Business and Entertainment Conference!

Everything Underground has partnered with Youth to Youth's Exchange, for the 2nd Annual Boss Up Business and Entertainment Conference. The partnership extended the international initiative into Africa. Our partnership hope is to continue to showcase excellence that all people appreciate. The conference is May 24th - 27th, at Cowork Indy located in Downtown Indianapolis. Our emphasis is on empowering entrepreneurs in every generation with motivation and resources. You are invited and there is something for every professional at every age. 

There are some very stimulating panel discussions, workshops, and interactive activities scheduled. We kick off things off Thursday, with the meet and greet for Team EU with Lexi Jones. Lexi Jones is a EU member, Life Coach, Purposepreneur, Financial Advisor and Motivational Speaker. She will deliver the weekend opening keynote at 7 pm "Purpose & Profit: The New Normal". 

Friday night will be hosted by Author, Youth Activist and Internet Media Producer Jacquie Lynette. Friday is created to support and encourage the youth, families and mentors are required to attend with registered youth. Youth night starts at 6 pm and includes food, door prizes, live DJ, group discussions, Open Mic, youth performers, motivational speakers, academic standouts, athletic standouts, youth activists, games and various business owners and entrepreneurs who will be sharing information on their industries. 

Saturday is filled with an array of powerhouses from entrepreneurs and business owners to international business leaders and CEOs for Fortune 500 companies. Kicking off the day at 9 am, we have a variety of activities scheduled through out the day. Our weekend with panelists experts include Freeway Rick Ross - Author, Cliff Johnson - CEO of Cliff Johnson Insurance Agency, Lexi Jones- Purposepreneur, Deatra Stevenson - Philanthropist, Larry Williams - Black Chamber Indy and Pastor John Girton - Trailblazer Honoree - Servant Leader. Sherry Sims - Founder of Black Career Women Network and 2017 Trailblazer Award Winner. This year Sherry will be hosting two workshops during the Boss Up Conference the first is "Brown Girl's Ambition" and the second "Brown Girls Ambition: Side Hustle Strategies. 

What would the world be without the Fashion and Beauty industries? Not only are the aesthetically pleasing but the Fashion and Beauty industries are both multi billion dollar industries. Starting off will be the 'Beauty and The Beast' business Panel Discussion and Networking at 5:00 pm. Next is the "Fashion Faux Pas Business Panel Discussion and Networking at 6:30 pm. With panelists such as Master Barber and Educator Keith Potter. Celebrity Makeup Artist, Esthetician and Micro Blading Educator Rachel Langford and Hairstylist, Salon Owner and Founder of the Fuqua Institute of Beauty Culture, Jacqueline Fuqua. Celebrity Fashion Designers Nikki Blaine and Margaret Williamson, Unzip Magazine Editor and Designer Dlang Ferguson, International Model Scout and Runway Coach Pilar Ammons along with New York Fashion Stylist and Consultant DaNisha Greene who will be moderating both panels. The beauty and fashion business panelists will be discussing getting into and staying relevant in the industry, the Do's & Don'ts, New age Networking, marketing strategies, and making better money moves. 

2018 Boss Up Business & Entertainment Conference Schedule 

Thursday May 24th

6pm - 9pm Networking & Lexi Jones

Friday May 25th 

6pm - 10pm  Youth Night- Mature Youth Aspiring Artist and intellectuals

Saturday May 26th  

9 AM Sherry Sims -Cincinnati Black Career Women Network

'Brown Girls Ambition Side hustle Strategies

10 am Keynote & discussion with Cliff Johnson from Cji Insurance


                   11 am Lunch

12:30 Opportunity Starts in the mind.

Freeway Rick Ross- Author, Entrepreneur, Network Guru

Rev. John - Pastor, Radio Talk Host, Visual Artist (graphics-video), Community Leader

Cliff Johnson- owner CJI ,Insurance 

Shirona Gunawardhana - Black Culturists, Broadcaster 


1:00 Sherry Sims , Brown Girl's Ambition: Business Boss Moves

3:00 Delores Thornton,  Book Writing and New Authors Workshop

2:15 -2:30 Business Pitch- Open Forum

Entrepreneur and career strategies, long term and short term goals.. 

2:45 PM 

Lexi Jones - Transformational International Speaker  Business Coach Best Selling Author

Sherry Sims-Founder of Black Career Women's Network | Career Strategist | Champion for Black Women at Work

Deatra Stevenson -  Co Author of Chicken Soup for the Soul Series "Whatever you are Thinking Think bigger" Philanthropist

Faith McKinney- America's #1 Personal Media and Brand Strategist |Television Producer at Real People Real Voices

4:00 PM 'Money & Music' Panel & Discussion 

Andrew Hunt - CEO of NumbersMediaTV 

St. James - Stop Beefing Radio

Sid "Uncle Jams" Johnson - owner of MECAP Management 

Banji "DJ BNasty" Aderiye - Blend Master DJ 

Dro the Writer - Owner Of Tapestry Films

Lucky Smith - Owner 24/7 Magazine 

5:00 pm 'Beauty and The Beast' Panel Discussion 

Keith Don Potter – Master Barber and Educator

Rachel Langford - The Makeup Coach
Jacqueline Fuqua - Founder of The Fuqua Institute of Beauty Culture
Britney Tipton - Celebrity Lash Tech & Entrepreneur 
Hope Hall - CEO and Founder of Diamond Virgin Hair Co

6:30 pm 'Fashion Faux Pas' Panel Discussion 

Nikki Blaine – Fashion Designer and Boutique Owner

Dlang Ferguson – Fashion Designer and Editor In Chief for Unzip Magazine

DaNisha Greene- Fashion Consultant and Creative Director

Margaret Williamson - Celebrity Designer and Mompreuner PRSVR

Pilar Ammons - Model Scout and Runway Coach of Simply Pilar Modeling

Location: Cowork Indy 120 E. Market St. Indianapolis, IN

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Makeup Tips For 2018!!

Hola Notable Stallions! We are excited to present to you a makeup tip guide. A guide that was put together to assist those interested in learning new ways and making improvements in applying their makeup. This guide will never go out of style. So bookmark this post and the guide itself to access it whenever you need to.

Specifically, this guide is comprehensive on 50 makeup tips every person should know. It is over 7,000 words and packed with practical tips. Makeup guide.

Notable Stallions I hope that you enjoy this post and the makeup guide.  

Monday, January 29, 2018

Voting Guide for College Voters!

This is the year of the 2018 Midterm elections. There are some resources listed below that will help you navigate the process.

Navigating the Election Process for Students and First Time Voters -

Vote. Vote Smart.

Monday, January 15, 2018

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr!

As we celebrate the life of an important soul today, Notable Styles and More (NSM) wanted to post the work of Daniel Rerala.

There are several articles written on this site depicting the life and the importance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, if you prefer a biography style post feel free to read previous articles.

In 2018 the question remains how can we utilize history as a resource and integrate it with examples, messages, circumstances and experiences from recent times.

The images below do an excellent job of relating the words of Dr. King to the atrocities of current times. Thank you Daniel Rerala and Amanda Seales @amandaseales for posting it.

Notable Styles and More Legacy

Today, Notable Styles and More would like to celebrate Bernice King as a legacy figure. The youngest child of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and Coretta Scott King (who was the mere age of five years old when her father was assassinated) is established in her own right. Miss King is currently a minister and CEO of the King Center.

Miss King had her first United Nations speaking engagement when she was 17. Bernice has also participated in non violent demonstrations and is still active within the community of Atlanta, GA where she resides. She was elected as the first female president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in 2009 but due to differences she declined the role.

Months later King became CEO of the King Center. King's focus as CEO is to ensure that the nonviolent philosophy and methodology (Nonviolence 365) is integrated into various areas of society including: education, government, business, media, arts and entertainment and sports. King is also the CEO of First Kingdom Management, a Christian consulting firm based in Atlanta, Georgia. 

Bernice King was recently spotted on an episode of Jermaine Dupri’s (So So Def) Rap Game where she can be seen encouraging the contestants to be mindful in their choices of lyrics and to stay motivated and determined. This woman is an strong example of legacy representation.

We wish her the best and offer our continued support in her future endeavors.

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Saturday, January 6, 2018

Notable Styles and More Legacy

Notable Styles and More is starting something nuevo with a series of posts that will reflect on a legacy!

Not that we particularly planned it this way ;) ;) 😉😉, but the initial post will showcase King Combs, birth name Christian Combs none other than Sean Diddy Combs' youngest son.

King Combs almost looks identical to his father and is following in the footsteps of his father with his efforts to pursue the music (on Bad Boy's label) and fashion business.

King Combs music can be found on TIDAL and other music outlets as well as visuals and interviews can be watched on REVOLT.

Watch out for more fashion influence from this young man, as he recently was featured in an ad for Dolce & Gabbana and walked in fashion shows in the Spring/Summer 2018 NYFW season.

Read further for more on King Combs and to view images.