2017 Ubiquitous Beauty and Hair Expo

Hey Rubies!!

I’m here with a little light-hearted fun from the Ubiquitous Hair, beauty and fitness expo held in the convention center of Downtown Washington, DC. This was my first time attending the Ubiquitous Expo, an old co-worker of mine told me about it last year and I knew I wanted to attend this year. I’m glad to have the opportunity to attend one day of the two day expo this year, because it was so much fun!

I will definelty be rounding up my girls next year so we can make it a tradition. There was music, vendors, celebrity appearances and workshops. It was educational, fun and well worth the price of admission! Although it’s a two day event here in the Keep scrolling to check out photos from the event.


District of Columbia Mayor, Muriel Bowser, presented the 2017 Ubiquitous Human Rights Award to Bree Newsome, Filmmaker and Activist; as well as to, Karonda Cook the 2017 Ubiquitous Beauty Boss Award Honoree and Dir. of Merchandising for Sally Beauty. Talk about Women Empowerment at it’s finest!


Raheem Devaughn was the headliner on the mainstage for the day and he did not disapoint! His 45 minutes set keep everyone engaged and  singing along to his hits. he has a new ablum coming out on September 22, 2017. I’m looking forward to hearing  more from this conscience brother.  IMG_7825IMG_7822IMG_7808

Eva Marcille (I remember as “Eva the Diva” from America’s Next Top Model)  was in attendence showcasing her new First Ave, Sunglass Collection to the masses. They are cute, chic and trendy.



Eva was so kind and humble and stopped to speak with every single person. I see a pair of First Ave. Shades in my future!


Boris Kojoe, from the Real Husbands of Hollywood, stopped to snap a pic!



Robyn Dixon from the Real Housewives of Potomac was also in attendance promoting her up and coming Women Empowerment Event


There were familar brands along with up and coming brands, where you could grab samples or purchase full size products at a major discount.


CVS was in attendace as well, providing health screens and health education to attendees.


A few of the full size products I purchased, can’t wait to test them out and let you know my results!


My fellow Nigerian Queen came all the way from NY to share her collection of head wraps, skirts and other african attire. She recommended and tied my head wrap! Do you like it? Head over to her site to get your Touch of a Queen.




Lexi P. is a  12 year old entrepenuer making mogul moves and encouraging girls young and old to embrace and love their curly hair. I can’t wait to speak with her more in depth about her business plans for the future. In the mean time you can purchase any of the  two books she has authored  here!


These ladies of Haircredible have a unique story to tell with how they met and how they support each other individually and collectively. They are a true example of women empowerment. Check out their site to learn more about their hair care products for Rubies of all hair textures.



I had the please of stopping by the Women of Excellence Magazine booth as well. The founder is a Baltimore native whose mission is to uplift and empower women to live a life of excellence.



The hair and fashion show was another fun moment of the day.  Hosted by the Glynn Jackson, various beauty brands worked with designers to showcase fashion as well as their hair care products. Guys joined in on the fun showcasing products for their hair and beards. Their were children models and performances as well. Check out photos below!



So there you have it hughlights from the 2017 Ubiqitous Health, beauty and fitness Expo. Will I save the date for next year? With all the fun I had this year I certainly will!  I hope you will too! Shoot me an email, send me your beauty questions. Don’t forget to like us on Instagram and Facebook!

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3 thoughts on “2017 Ubiquitous Beauty and Hair Expo

  1. wow, this looks like an awesome fun and cool event, you must have enjoyed alot as it seems in the pictures, they all are beautiful 🙂

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