#NolaCrawl: Meet Us at the Shea Moisture Pop-Up Shop!


I am so excited to hit New Orleans this weekend! One of the first stops on our #NolaCrawl will be the first-ever Shea Moisture pop-up shop!


I’m a huge fan of Shea Moisture skincare (the products smell delish!) especially their amazing olive and green tea body butter which gives my skin such a pretty glow. And when I luxuriate in a bubble bath to destress (which is quite often), I always use the lavender and wild orchid body wash. The scent is so soothing and peaceful, and my skin always feels super soft after.

I’m going to hit the chic pop-up shop in Nola to get my hands on some of these goodies, along with my blogger boos Lexi With The Curls, Style and Beauty Doctor and Love Brown Sugar. It’s the first destination on our #NolaCrawl – stay tuned for more of the fab spots we’ll be visiting. Plus we’ll have celebrity interviews, concert recaps, exclusive videos, product giveaways and so much more! It’s going to be a blast!

Be sure to stop by the SheaMoisture pop-up shop for a special meet-and-greet with the four of us. We’ll be chatting, snapping pics and answering all your skincare questions. Excited? I am too.

We’ll be hanging out at the pop-up at these times:

Saturday, July 6th 3:30-5:00 PM
Sunday, July 7th 12:00-2:00 PM

Location: 321 Chartres Street Between Bienville and Conti Streets (across the street from W Hotel French Quarter)

Can’t wait to see you there! Not hitting Essence Music Festival this year? You can still get in on the fun virtually through our hashtag #NolaCrawl. And of course, I’ll be covering it all here on Glamazons Blog.

Here are fliers with the other exciting events happening at the Shea Moisture pop-up shop including meet-and-greets with Myleik of CurlBox and Curly Nikki:




Glamazon Jessica

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