Heather Marianna’s Beauty Kitchen Beauty Boxes were featured on Nailitmag.com
“I’m up to something with @beautykitchenhm @heathermarianna #bossbitches cheers,” Farrah posted on June 23, along with a photo of herself and Heather Marianna
Farrah Abraham shows off champagne flute bath soap while visiting Heather Marianna’s Beauty Kitchen warehouse in Boulder City.
Identify: LA’s writeup on Heather Marianna’s Beauty Kitchen line
Heather’s success story on CSB.com
Top Billboard Artists Including Ariana Grande and Iggy Azalea, Treated to Beauty Kitchen Goodies
￼￼￼Christina Milian, and daughter Violet, were spotted stocking up on Beauty Kitchen’s popular ￼alphabet and number bathtub soap at GBK’s Pre-Oscar Gifting Suite at L’Hermitage Beverly Hills on Saturday, Feb. 21.
Heather Marianna provides Vegas Magazine readers with holiday shopping tips as an exclusive retail expert
Ellen Burstyn, Viola Davis, Beau Bridges and Edie Falco were just some of the big name stars who attended GBK’s two day gifting suite in Beverly Hills this weekend.
Heather Marianna, with her home beauty secrets, is a multimillion-dollar heiress who turned her 10-year, over-the-top shopping addiction into a fabulous and affordable product line, Beauty Kitchen. Since launching her Beauty Kitchen You Tube series in July 2012, Marianna’s channel has reached more than 3 million viewers and followers. The brunette bombshell’s outrageous obsession also was featured on Oxygen’s “My Shopping Addiction.”
FOX 5 whips up beauty treatments with ingredients you already have in the kitchen with Heather Marianna
￼Christina Milian adoringly shows off Beauty Kitchen’s soap cupcake at ￼GBK’s 2014 Espy Awards Gifting Suite
Hello Las Vegas, Heather Marianna here with your summer tips to beat over heated skin this season!
I am so excited be writing for the Informer Media Group again and I look forward to giving you the best possible easy low cost tips for all things beauty.
With beauty, brains, and an eye for style, Heather Marianna has quickly made a name for herself in Las Vegas. First spotted on Oxygen’s My Shopping Addiction, Marianna is social media sensation, with hundreds of thousands of Twitter followers and Youtube fans clamoring for her “how-to” videos, in which she makes beauty products using everyday items found in the kitchen.
It’s almost summer time here in Las Vegas and that means one thing, pool parties. You do not want to be seen with dry, cracked hands and feet; after all you have worked all winter long on your summer bod so don’t neglect your hands and feet.
Here are some simple tricks you can do at home, for a fraction of the price of a trip to the spa.
I always say that winter time is always best spent getting yourself summer ready. From working out, getting healthy, doing your body wraps and also repairing your hair from last summer’s sun and over styling damage.
Here are three of my favorite hair masks that I love to use all the time. And yes, I also use them on my real hair clip in extensions and so can you.
Recently on a shopping trip with some of my girlfriends, we walked into one of those very well-known and also very addicting makeup stores. You know what I am talking about, the one that everyone shops at, the one where a little bucket of products can easily end up being well over $1,000. Hey, I love this store, you can’t make everything yourself and a girl has needs, but while at this store I came to a Beauty Kitchen epiphany.
Every woman loves a great facial steam it’s usually the first part of an expensive facial. However you don’t have to spend your hard earned money at the spa to enjoy a great steam.
Here are my three top facial steams that I love and use on a weekly basis.
I recently spent some time with my dear friend Candice in California. She is a brand new mom to a gorgeous four month old daughter Athena James. Candice is a vegan, a yoga instructor and creator of the Divas Dish. As I spent a few days with her and her newborn baby we were discussing all things baby, and I realized that most new mothers like Candice love to use all natural and organic products on their babies.