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For the music junkies: Beats By Dre’s Pink Pill Wireless Speaker


If you love listening to music on the go, Beats By Dre has just released the cutest little music device that’s chic, portable and syncs with your phone. Beats have teamed up with Nicki Minaj to create the Pink Pill wireless speaker which is available for purchase exclusively at AT&T retail stores nationwide and online at Pink Pill has features you can use such as:

Big sound – This wireless and cord-free device produces powerful sound. You can hear soaring highs and deep booming bass in every room of the house.
Change tracks from your phone – Or your laptop, or any other Bluetooth®-enabled device from up to 30-feet away. You can roam, and always have high-quality sound near or far.
Portable – You can set up anywhere since it’s lightweight, and small enough to fit in whatever you’re carrying out the door.
Bluetooth conferencing – The Bluetooth capability and internal microphone allows you to take calls.

Price: $199. Also available in Red, Black and White.

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Inspiration Nation: Shameless Maya Creates “I Don’t Care (Frizzy Hair)” Song & Video


YouTube Vlogger, Maya Washington aka Shameless Maya, created an anthem for the curly-haired girls around the world called “I Don’t Care (Frizzy Hair)”. She grabbed a few friends of all hair types to celebrate their varied textures of kinks and curls.

This video comes at a great time for Maya who just shaved off all of her hair to show that beauty is beyond one’s hair.

The song is available on Amazon and iTunes.

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Alicia Keys’ Reebok Freestyle Hi Wedges {Photos}

The collaboration between Alicia Keys and Reebok continues to rock with the release of the Freestyle Hi Wedges. Alicia made sure to keep the design of the original Freestyle Hi, but the wedged heel allows you to wear them with your favorite rugged pair of jeans or that cute little mini skirt. Personally, the red wedges are top pick but the blue and pink are just as chic.

Get more information at

Images from Sneaker Freaker
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CLOSED – The Pearl Mic Giveaway: Essie Neon Spring/Sumer 2013 Nail Polish Collection


Beginning May 1st, Essie will release a DJ Party-inspired nail polish collection for the ladies who love looking glamorous while enjoying a night out. Rid those pretty little fingers of that dull winter hue and spice them up with some vivid blue. The collection comes in six sassy shades:

+ Bouncer, it’s me! – vivid blue velvet
+ Bottle service – scorching neon fuchsia
+ Dj play that song – jam-iest neon plum
+ Shake your $$ maker – ambitious electric green
+ Saturday disco fever – superhot fire coral
+ Boom boom boom – ultra-bright party pink

And good news, Essie’s products are DBP, Toluene and Formaldehyde free.

Now the bonus! We are giving away TWO Essie Neon Spring/Sumer 2013 Collections. All you have to do is 1. follow us on Twitter. 2. Like our Facebook page, and 3. Share your favorite party song of all time in the comment section below. Here is ours, Zhané “Hey Mr. DJ.”

The giveaway ends April 30th. United States residents only.

Disclaimer: We were not paid to promote Essie’s products. We hosted this giveaway simply for the love of our supporters. This is our way of giving you a big hug and simply saying thank you.

Images by Beauty Almanac

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Cute Looks from Coachella 2013 Weekend One {Photos}

We came across these cute summer-ready looks of attendees at the Coachella Music Festival. Take a good look; you may see someone you know. You can’t go wrong with a little flash mixed with comfort.

Did you go to Coachella? Feel free to share your look with us, we’d like to feature it on The Pearl Mic.

Spotted at Who What Wear and The YBF
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Flyy Style: Beautiful High Fashion Grillz {Photos}

When Olympic swimmer, Ryan Lochte, revealed his American flag Grillz to the world during the 2012 summer Olympics, this not only sent reporters and photographers into a frenzy, but it solidified that Grillz, till this day, is making a huge chatter in popular culture. Once upon a time, say from the 1980s to the early 2000s, Grillz or fronts, was strictly a hip-hop fashion accessory. Now, that’s all beginning to change. Men and women from diverse backgrounds can be found sporting a piece. Look at how the awesome folks over at Interview magazine put a fun high fashion spin on the famous fronts.