Support The Girls The Movie For The Weekend? Plus Keranique and Tennis Clinic In NYC!By The DivaGals | August 24, 2018 | Gal Approved
SEE. The new indie film Support The Girls is a slice-of-life flick about small-time living and the jobs we do in it. Regina Hall stars Lisa, as the manager of a Hooters-like sports bar where there are low tops, short shorts and beer easily flowing. Lisa shows us the good, bad and ugly of managing such an establishment, which I’m not sure I needed to know. But in Regina’s hands, Lisa definitely comes across as a woman who cares more about her girls than the bar’s bottom line. One to watch is film newbie Shayna McHale – better know as rapper Junglepussy – who is one the working moms in the establishment. She’s the kind of firecracker who knows when to be anti-establishment. This flick moves at a slow pace that may be a little bland for most moviegoers, but if you’ve got no plans on a lazy Sunday, you could kill a couple hours at Double Whammies. Open in theatres today.
GROW. Luxury Gal attended a Keranique event and got the, which she immediately handed over to our Divalicious E-I-C. As you know, Delaina has been dealing with hair loss for some time, so she’s always excited to try new products to help those strands grow. The system is a four-piece hair care kit designed to build thicker, fuller, healthier-looking, beautiful hair. It includes Scalp Stimulating Shampoo, Volumizing Conditioner, Hair Regrowth Treatment with 2 percent minoxidil – the only FDA Approved Ingredient for women’s hair loss – and Lift Repair Treatment Spray which feels tingly upon application. Our lovely E-I-C will keep you posted on her progress!
DO. The US Open kicks off next week, and if you’re NYC-based, you can get your tennis ON. The City Parks Foundation is hosting a day of instruction and playing with pros that’s open to all ages and skills. And yes, there will be giveaways and more on this court! Look for Lacoste tennis pro/#WBWD Murphy Jensen as he hosts the annual junior tennis clinic. Grab your racket and head to the Central Park Tennis Courts at 96th and Central Park West on Sunday, Aug. 26, starting at noon.