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NEW Feature Alert! Curl Riot covers my natural hair journey and the brand

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"This liberating moment represented so much more than the act of removing years of damage it was a symbolic and represented a new phase of my life. I credit my natural hair journey for helping me discover a self-love I never experienced in the past."

I had the opportunity to chat with Curl Riot about my natural hair journey. A blog that focuses on beauty and style tips for natural hair. I shared that my journey to natural hair inspired me in others area of my life and helped me to start Made by Malyia. Read the full blog HERE and visit them on IG/Twitter/FB @CurlRiot.  


The Stylish Standout Features Made by Malyia Designer on Business, Style, and Overcoming Fear

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“Made by Malyia is more than a jewelry company—it’s a lifestyle! A brand that brings the consumer on my personal journey of entrepreneurship, faith and inspiration behind creating this brand."...

This is an excerpt from my interview with The Stylish Standout. A site created to empower women who weren't made to fit in, after the founder Michael Jones,  realized the same about himself and his circle of friends.

Check out the full feature, Jewelry designer Malyia McNaughton on Entrepreneurship, Personal Style and How She plans to Expand her Budding Business HERE.

#ShesFearless Feature-Woman VS Freedom

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This week has been short of magical! Celebrating the 2 year anniversary of my company, and the announcement of my collaboration with Lionsgate's "The Divergent Series:Insurgent". This week I was also featured by the amazing Krystal Clayton of Woman Vs Freedom. Please see below excerpt from the interview and read the full feature HERE

Here's an excerpt from the feature

How do you face your fears?

I look my fear in the face and call it what is it. If I’m afraid to fail, I question who’s standards am I using to measure that failure. If something scares me I usually do that task first because the more I think about it the more I will talk myself out of it. 

Name one fear and/or setback that you’ve overcome.

One of my biggest fears was not being accepted into the fashion industry and being considered a failure. How do you all your life say that you are meant to do something but you aren’t validated by the industry you seek approval from. The way I overcame this was by staying true to who I am and not trying to conform. After I stopped seeking that stamp of approval that’s when it all changed for me. My brand was authentic and spoke to who I am. 

Follow @womanvsfreedom on Twitter and Instragram to see more features of women entrepreneurs!  Visit the website HERE