Mother’s Day Gift Ideas That Rock! Give Her A Makeover And Take Her To A Show!By Delaina Dixon | May 4, 2022 | Beauty, Entertainment, Travel
If you still looking for Mother’s Day gift ideas that will truly impress your mom this Mother’s Day 2022, we’ve got a few fun, out-of-the-box ones. Check ’em below!
Give Her A Makeover
We know mom is beautiful inside and out, but she still deserves a little pampering! Let her try a new hair color with Creme of Nature’s Exotic Shine™ Color with Argan Oil from Morocco. This new and improved hair color collection can transform mom with head-turning shades, such as blonde, red, brown, copper and black.
Spice up her spring look with a new eyeshadow palette from one of our favorite makeup artists, Sparkle Hill and Mainline cosmetics. Watch her makeup suggestions here or below!
Lastly, make your mom smell oh-so-sweet with Lolita Lempicka Le Parfum. Infused with amazing scents like licorice flower, anise, amarena cherry, violet and tonka bean notes, its iconic apple-shaped bottle will look amazing on her dresser.
Take Her To A Show
Now that Mom’s all dolled up, why not treat her to a night of theater? Does she love musicals? Take her to see Into the Woods, one of late, great Stephen Sondheim‘s most inventive shows. It’s currently playing a two-week run at NY’s City Center. Adia alum Heather Headley stars as the Witch.
If your mom loved The Golden Girls, she’ll get in her chuckles at That Golden Girls Show. Four very talented actors recreate classic moments of the hit sitcom — with puppets! Now playing on NYC’s Theatre Row. Not in NYC? Book her a pass to a live-stream performance on May 21. Your mom adores the work of Ntozake Shange? Her thought-provoking for colored girls who have considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf (pictured up top) comes alive again on Broadway at the Booth Theatre in a strictly limited engagement. A celebration of the power of Black womanhood, join the circle as seven powerful women share their stories, find their strength and rejoice in each other’s humor and passion through a fusion of music, dance, poetry and song that explodes off the stage and resonates with all.
photo credit: Marc J. Franklin, For Colored Girls; Lempicka; Golden Girls Puppet Show, Into The Woods by Joan Marcus