All these words describe one of my most favoritest (yes I said favoritest) things to do…and that is indulge in delectable, appetizing, absolutely delicious foods….go ahead hate me a lil’ (but just a little) I eat almost any and everything I want…within moderation of course and don’t gain a pound well unless its goes to my booty and that is NEVER a problem (Thank you Mommy and Daddy for the good genes) Because of this beautiful blessing I indulge in tasty treats on a regular basis. Anthony’s Cookies, Bi-Rite Cremery, Memphis Minnies, Steps of Rome, Patxi’s deep dish pizza and the list goes on.


Black babies…White babies…VIETNAMESE BABIES…OH MY!!!

Sandra Bullock People 5/10/2010

Famous people are doing it, Regular people are doing it…muscian’s, athletes everyone’s doing it. So I’m looking for real honest and true feedback here…if children need homes does it matter if the parents to be are that child’s race or just that they can afford that child a good home? I use to be a little torn when it came to my personal feelings on this one because I use to think a child should be with parents of that race so the child would be taught about themselves growing up and know who they are and where they came from but now I realize all of that doesn’t matter. If a baby needs a home and someone can give that baby a good home then it now seems to me that it’s a no brainer. With all the children in the world that need homes color shouldn’t really matter…but after reading so many peoples post on blogs and forums about peoples responses to Angelina’s adoptions and now Sandra’s adoption the question I pose to you is…Does color matter when it comes to being a good parent??

My birdy has a new housekeeper

So, I went to Tracy a few weeks ago by recommendation ┬ábut also because I’d been reading her reviews for the last 6 months but like to stay tried and true to my beauty team (Because they’ve been so good to me)..Anyway, in a pinch (my waxer was crazy booked) I went to Tracy before my vacation (where I was gonna be wearing skimpy,sexy,extremly small bikinis) and all I can say is…TRACY IS THE WAXING GOD (well for Brazilians that is) 1st star for making my kitty so pretty…(I can’t attest to anything I haven’t tried for myself)

I have to start by saying I am African-American so keeping the nether regions smooth and stubble free can sometimes be a tad bit challenging due to the face that our hair is a little more course and ingrown hairs can sometimes be a problem. I am not a women who only waxes when I’m in a relationship or getting some its important to me to be PERFECTLY groomed at all times…Don’t neglect her ladies…she is your friend…which is why someone good, through and reliable is extremely important.

Anyway, on the the experience. The location is convenient, easy to find parking and very clean. The room is well lit and she never ever double dips…using a fresh stick every time she dips it in that wax…2nd star for sanitation!! She talks to you the whole time and it really helps to distract you from the fact that hair attached to hot wax is being yanked from your chacha…oh and she does small sections at a time (which contrary to popular belief is MUCH MUCH BETTER) 3rd star for patience and precision. Once she’s done with the wax she pulls the magnifying mirror complete with a light ….YES A LIGHT over your goodies and plucks any stray or stubborn hairs. Lastly the dreaded get on all fours…but oh no…not Tracy…just pull your knees to your chest and Voila!!! Thank God..cause even though I’m quite a fan of that position doing it in front of my waxer is so NOT the business. 4th star for not embarrassing me.

TRACY…You are heaven sent. Me,My bikinis,and my chacha thank you!!! We will be back to visit again very very soon! 5th star because even when Im having a bummy day I still feel sexy because…I know my kitty is pretty. Even hiding under lace boy shorts and baggy sweats!

TRACY IS THE BEST…If you go to anyone else your crazy…I’ve ditched my last waxer.. (but one must understand…I was loyal for 3 years…this birdy has found a new housekeeper for her nest ;o)

Waxing by Tracy at Hair Help

1756 18th Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
(415) 350-4861