Whether you voted for Donald Trump or not, you can likely still appreciate Barack Obama’s eight years of service. Chance the Rapper is showing the love for No. 44 and his family with a clothing collection, he announced on Twitter.
The standout has to be a T shirt with “Barack N Michelle” written in black-and-pink graffiti with their anniversary date. “With this project i wanted to timestamp a period in my life where i felt like i can do whatever i wanted to do and be whatever i wanted to be,” wrote Chance, whose stuff is about to be restocked due to high demand. ThankUObama.us
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The “Same Drugs” singer will be performing at the Grammys on Sunday night and um, chances are, he’ll be wearing one of his own tees.
Sure, they love all that pretty smelling, sudsy stuff, but kids definitely don’t need chemicals in their lives. Do as the celebs do: Try non-toxic, hypoallergenic products like detangler, cradle cap shampoo and body lotion from Hip Peas, free of dangerous ingredients like parabens, dyes and phthalates. Plus, 10 percent of all profits go to child-focused charities. Walmart, Amazon.
C’mon, get happy: Drybar, with locations throughout the U.S., is now in Miami Beach to make your hair dreams come true. The glam, femme space, which opened Friday with founder/stylist Alli Webb on hand, offers nothing other than professional blowouts in a jiffy. 1600 Collins Ave. Appointments at www.thedrybar.com, or by calling 877-379-2279.