Brittany Burton

Brittany Burton is a News Columnist at Grit Daily. While attending Howard University majoring in Broadcast journalism, she became a writer at Buzzfeed and Huffington Post, which jumpstarted her career.

Shiseido’s Tiffani Carter-Thompson dishes on latest WASO skin care line

Shiseido beauty cosmetic line is using Japanese-inspired super foods to take its beauty products to the next level. Case in point: This past weekend, the beauty giant celebrated the relaunch of their WASO Skincare line, available exclusively at Sephora. Inspired by the holistic and natural Japanese food tradition “Washoku,” WASO features key ingredients selectively chosen for their purity and simplicity. Some of these ingredients include tofu yuzu, loquat honey, and Japanese...

Shiseido threw a house party on the beach and LA loved it

For the last 145 years, Japanese cosmetic line Shiseido has remained on top of the beauty industry. To celebrate the launch of their Color Gel Lip Balm, and WASO inspired product line, the brand hosted its second annual Beach House Party in Malibu. This past weekend, Hollywood influencers and beauty experts, flocked to a secret location where they enjoyed the latest innovative beauty products. Grit Daily showed up, too. Day 1 On Friday May 31st, Shiseido kicked off this celebration by...

Chef Enrique Olvera dishes on “food twins” LA and CDMX

In Mexican culture, tacos are more than just a food. They are a way of life. Enrique Olvera took that to heart. A world-renowned chef and entrepreneur, Olvera has made it his mission to inspire his community through his love of tacos and love for Mexico City. The LA Times launched it’s third annual Food Bowl Festival this month, welcoming Olvera to its opening night ceremony. While there, he presented the first incarnation of his praised symposium outside of Mexico City. Together he and LA...

LA Times’ “Food Bowl” Reminds Us Why We Probably Should Head to CDMX for Its Food Scene Soon

Have you ever wondered why Los Angeles has such a thriving Mexican culture? The “sisterly DNA” of many Los Angelenos lies in the heart of Mexico City. In 1969 Los Angeles and Ciudad de México — the latter now known as the pretty bad-ass quartet “CDMX” — became sister cities and this week celebrated 50 years of interconnectedness. To show the impact this sisterhood has on the LA food scene, The Los Angeles Times  launched 2019 LA Food Bowl Festival for the...

Prince’s Estate To Release New Album

When someone inspires the masses, his legacy will always be felt. But when he changes the world, he becomes an icon. It has been three years since the passing of the iconic Prince, but his Purple Rain is still pouring out in American culture. In honor of his legacy, Prince’s estate has announced plans to release a new album on his birthday. This news coming shortly after the estate declared that the singer’s memoir would be released on October 29. Titled “Originals” this masterpiece will...

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