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Fashion Designer Johana Hernandez Is Making Face Masks

The COVID-19 health crisis continues to rage as governments continue their attack against the virus. Regular civilians have also started to join the fight as best they can. One person is fashion designer Johana Hernandez, who is the powerful force behind Glaudi and Glaudi Bridal.

Fashion designer Johana Hernandez is using her company to create face masks.

These aren’t your regular face masks. They are super trendy and fun patterns to cover your face when you have to leave the house. For some cities and states, face masks are becoming a requirement for all people when they are out in public. Los Angeles has announced the measure and it is going to be going into effect on Friday, April 10, 2020.

If you have been laid off or don’t want to spend the money, Hernandez did post a video showing how you can make your own mask.

There are patterns all over the Internet showing people how they can create their own face masks. Now that they are required, businesses can refuse service to anyone who is not wearing a facial covering when they come to a business that is still opened and deemed essential.

The designer even teamed up with her mother and staff to create medical-grade face masks to donate to hospitals.

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“Friends been working with my Mom and team and have made hundreds of medical mask 😷 to donate to our hospitals specially PIH Downey as they saved my fathers life multiple times in the past from ICU,” Hernandez shared in an Instagram post.

Money raised from selling the Glaudi face masks is being used to acquire and donate medical masks to healthcare workers who need them.

Healthcare workers in the U.S. are seeing a severe lack of personal protection equipment (PPE) as the number of COVID-19 cases increases. The PPE include gloves, face masks, gowns, hats, and face shields used to protect healthcare workers from contracting the virus as they work closely with ill patients.

Hernandez and her staff are working hard to keep their inventory in stock.

According to some of her posts, the facial masks continue to sell out. The designer is making sure to keep things stocked up so everyone who wants a mask can buy a mask. It is people like this who go above and beyond their duties that show the best of humanity in times of crisis.

READ: Dominican Fashion Designer Jenny Polanco Dies From COVID-19 Complications

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Former ‘Teen Wolf’ Star Tyler Posey Admits That He Has Gone to ‘Sex Parties’ During the Pandemic

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Former ‘Teen Wolf’ Star Tyler Posey Admits That He Has Gone to ‘Sex Parties’ During the Pandemic

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Sounds like Tyler Posey isn’t taking social distancing too seriously! The actor recently revealed that he attended a “sex party” in recent weeks–smack dab in the middle of a global pandemic.

The “Teen Wolf” star talked about his sex party experience while being interviewed by Sirius XM’s “The Jason Ellis Show”.

The Mexican-American actor started the interview by being candid about his sobriety journey, saying he hadn’t been as social recently because he “went through a rough patch”. But, he has since changed his ways. “I’m sober now,” he revealed. “I’m 71 days sober.”

Posey then gave an example of how deeply uninterested he is in doing drugs now. “I was at a party the other night where they had a table of cocaine, just a table,” he said. “And they had Holy water, which was shots with Molly in it, and mushroom chocolate. And I didn’t give a s— at all.”

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When Ellis asked him what kind of party this was, the “Jane the Virgin” actor admitted that it was a “sex party” where “people were hired to perform”.

Yes, Posey attended a sex party in the middle of a pandemic. Doesn’t exactly scream “safe”. Posey went on to explain that, although he did not have sex with any of the guests at the party this time, he had done so before.

“I have been to other sex parties, one other one, where it was like, uh….and I was like…” at this point, he broke into giggles before continuing. “I wasn’t part of the people who work there, but I was doing it.”

Tyler Posey has been making headlines recently for a myriad of reasons. In August, he came out on his Instagram page while condemning violence against trans women.

“I’ve been with trans women before. I’m confident with my sexuality,” he said in a wide-ranging series of Instagram stories. “I love everybody. I don’t give a s— what anyone thinks about me.”

Not only that, but Posey joined OnlyFans in September, where he has been further opening up about his sexuality and showing off his body for his fans.

While we’re all about being sex-positive and we’re happy that Posey is finding himself, any types of large gatherings right now are risky to public safety. And the likelihood that people were wearing masks at a sex party is…low. Let’s just hope they were safe in other ways!

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Nordstrom Has A New ‘Inclusive Beauty’ Category To Highlight Black-Owned Beauty Brands And It’s Where The Money Is At

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Nordstrom Has A New ‘Inclusive Beauty’ Category To Highlight Black-Owned Beauty Brands And It’s Where The Money Is At

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If you’re looking to be more intentional about where you spend your cash, Nordstrom has just made your efforts to support Black-owned businesses easier.

The department store recently launched a new Inclusive Beauty online shopping category to highlight Black businesses. In a post to the site’s Inclusive Beauty landing page, Nordstrom encouraged users to “Check out these need-to-know Black-founded beauty brands that we’re proud to have in the Nordstrom family.” The new category includes beloved lines like  Brioge, Epara and Beauty Bakerie!

Even better, the Inclusive Beauty section features a wide range of makeup shades to suit all complexions as well as hair products like silk pillowcases, and hairpieces.

Check out some of the featured Black-owned Beauty brands below!

Bomba Curls Dominican Forbidden Hair Mask

$28NordstromSHOP NOW

Briogeo Repair Rituals Hair Care Set

Briogeo

$20NordstromSHOP NOW

Baby Tress 3-in-1 Edge Styler™ Tool Blush

Baby Tress

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Epara Hydrating Mist

$56NordstromSHOP NOW

Beauty Bakerie Black Blending Egg Makeup Sponge Set

Beauty Bakerie

$18NordstromSHOP NOW

BeautyStat Universal C Eye Perfector Cream

$65NordstromSHOP NOW

Mantl Face + Scalp Invisible Daily SPF 30 Broad Spectrum

Mantil

$27NordstromSHOP NOW

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