No Place For Hate Fundraiser

Hey Honey! This Saturday, July 15th is “National Give Something Away Day”. Like every year (Open Your Eyes to Human Trafficking), we have chosen a cause very near to our heart to boost up awareness and raise funds. This year we are supporting the Anti-Defamation League’s, No Place for Hate® Initiative! Our Boost It Up…

Open Your Eyes… to Human Trafficking

It’s 2017 and slavery is still a very real issue in our world. As a part of Human Trafficking Awareness Month, we at Hey Honey would like to do our part to raise awareness and try to help the 20.9 million people around the world that are victims of human trafficking. Human Trafficking is a…

Estee Lauder

As part of our celebration of Women’s History Month, we are highlighting various women whom we call Assertive Beauties, that helped to change the world. Meet Estee Lauder, a woman who started her own beauty company in 1946. Her business, which includes such product lines as Estée Lauder, MAC Cosmetics and Clinique, continues to thrive to this…

Rosalind Franklin

To celebrate Women’s History Month, we are featuring various important and influential women who helped to change the world. Rosalind Franklin, chemist, is one of the world’s lesser known women, but was and is still very important to modern science. She had a pioneering use of X-Ray diffraction, that led her to play a very…

Interview With Stephanie Maner, R.N.

To celebrate Women’s History Month, we are taking the time to interview Assertive Beauties in the community. Meet Stephanie Maner – RN, BSN, CLS, ANS, Oncology Aesthetics. After working with children suffering from critical skin ailments at Children’s Hospital in Denver, CO, she has created a business in the medical spa world and is the owner…

Timeline of Women’s History

Women were always the lesser individual, forced to live with no rights, no education, and no thoughts of their own. Throughout history, women have fought for their rights and are now some of the most successful people in the world today. To celebrate Women’s History Month, check out this timeline of the incredible fight to equality….

Oprah Winfrey

Born to an unwed teenage mother, Oprah Winfrey spent her first years on her grandmother’s farm in Kosciusko, Mississippi, while her mother looked for work in the North. Life on the farm was primitive, but her grandmother taught her to read at an early age, and at age three Oprah was reciting poems and Bible…

Open Your Eyes, Show Us Your World

Hey honey, Open Your Eyes and show us your world! Join us on Instagram to take part in our latest giveaway. Entry rules: 1. Snap a pic of your world & open our eyes. It must be something powerful, whether it’s beautiful, sad, or anything in between. No selfies, please. 2. Add hashtag #HeyHoneyOpenYourEyes to enter…