The review for Skinny Teatox were so popular that I knew I had to get some of the teatox in your hands! Read it here if you haven’t, yet. You know how much love I have for my neckbrkrs out there. You all deserve the best. And by best, I mean “free”. Haha. So, Skinny Teatox were kind enough to make that happen!
Neckbreakin’ Style is hosting a giveaway ||
THREE lucky winners will receive a Skinny Teatox.
It’s really simple. To win -
1. Follow @neckbreakinlynn on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
2. Share or Repost this photo (above) via Facebook, Instagram, and/or Twitter. Every entry will help your chances.
3. Caption it with - “I’m a #NECKBRKR!”
4. Tag the photo with @neckbreakinlynn & @skinny_teatox
Entries will close April 16, 2014 at 11:59pm. Winners will be shortly announced after.
If you truly don’t have the patience, visit their website to purchase yours now or just to learn more about it - http://skinny-teatox.com.
Good luck and I can’t wait to hear what YOU think about the Skinny Teatox.
Let me start by stating the obvious - The food in Houston is amazing! More specifically, the vietnamese food here is one of the best you’ll get in the States.
Living in the tristate area, I’ve been exposed and have tried many different cuisines - Thai, Indian, American, French, Japanese, Korean, Greek, Mediterranean, Austrian…You name it, I’ve most likely tried it. The most disappointing thing about my city is the lack of great Vietnamese food. My home country is not well represented. It’s understandable because we’re pretty outnumbered by other cultures in the tristate area. But the Vietnamese porker (arguable, the only Viet thing about me) inside me dies a bit every day. So here is an ode to a very happy tummy! Here is the round up of some of the best spots to grab some mouth-watering (mostly Viet) food if you are ever in Houston, TX. Trust me, these are highly credible local Houston’s opinions! Some of these spots are so legit, they don’t even have websites. Thank god for Yelp!
Top (from left to right)
Banh Mi Croissant Combo // 60 lb. of home cooked Crawfish // Bun Bo Hue
6 Course Sinh Sinh (order the prawns!) // Pho Ga Kho // Perry’s Famous Porkchops //
Che Thap Cam // Pistachio Macaron // Hu Tieu (order Xi Quach on the side)
Which ones looks the tastiest?!
Now that I’m back in New York City, I’m also back to organics fruits and cleaner food choices. But, I also have some pretty fun news to announce soon. You’ll just have to tune in tomorrow!
In the past, there has always been a division between the creatives and the professionals. I like to argue that the division is melding into one. Artists are now professionals, within their craft and socially.
Personally, I deal with the intersection of Art and Business on an everyday basis. From Public Relation to Social Media and Creative brainstorming, I’ve had the opportunity to pay a part in or at least see all levels of the fashion and entertainment industry in action. I’m certainly not the only one who settles in messily between the creative and professional atmosphere. Since personal style is a reflection of who you are, my outfits tend to translate my ideas.
Here is a take on an outfit that can be worn for almost any every day obstacle - work, errands, and pleasure. Tie your hair up, keep it simple, throw on a classic pointy pump, and SIEZE THE DAY!
Photos by Faraz Nischal Photography