I am the following:
I am a mother, wife, big sister, and a daughter. I am dark skinned, African-American woman from San Francisco, California. I have an awkward sense of fashion (I believe ugly items can be cute), I have super coily #naturalhair and I cannot live without music.
I am best known for...
My big smile, awesome sense of humor (this opinion may vary), and my red lipstick addiction.
Why do I call myself the Choqolate (pronounced chocolate) Chiq (pronounced chick)?
I am the sweetest, dark choqolate, brown skin chiq you'll ever know!!
Did you know...
I grew up thinking my dark skin was deemed as ugly and undesirable (sad face).
Unfortunately, I remember what it felt like to hear someone say, "dark skin is ugly" and I remember being treated badly because of my dark skin tone. I will admit these things were very hurtful to my self-esteem. (Don't worry this did not ruin my life. This experience taught me a lesson.)
As I grew older, I began to realize my skin was really beautiful. My dark brown skin was not a curse or some thing to hate. My complexion looked like #Choqolate. I learned to love and embrace the skin that I am in.
Random fact about me:
I love celebrating womanhood no matter the skin tone, ethnicity, size or shape.
Random fact about the blog post called Choqolate Chiq :
This page is meant to encourage all women, while paying attention to darker skin women who need that extra encouragement.
It's important for you to know that true beauty comes from within and shines on the outside.
This Choqolate Chiq is all about #InsideOutBeauty.