Purple Is The Color For Strong Women Who Fights An Autoimmune Disease Not Just A Power Color At The Inaugaration

Wednesday at the Inaugaration for President Biden and VP Kamala Harris, the color PURPLE was a choice amongst the ladies. Purple has always been a color of choice for myself due to my health. Being a Lupus and Fibromyalgia Warrior I have always worn purple for strength. It was nice to see the ladies at a special and important events wearing different shades of purple. Each one of these ladies are strong and powerful in their own rights.

As you know I have my own makeup line called Entitled Beauty Cosmetics that I started with my bestie and business partner, Johnny Lumoa. When we were creating colors for our All Nighter Lipstick Collections, I knew that I needed a bold and sassy color for us Autoimmune Warriors. During our Awarness days I wanted all of us warriors to have a lipstick that we could wear. A lipstick color that was created by a warrior, someone who is living with this nasty disease. So, I created “Queen B” and I named it that because it seem to be a name that peers call me.

Co Founder Brandy Gomez-Duplessis of Entitled Beauty Cosmetics

Quuen B All Nighter Lipstick from Entitled Beauty Cosmetics

Co Founder Brandy Gomez-Duplessis from Entitled Beauty Cosmetics

Wearing my Lupus wristband and Alex and Ani bracelet
At the Lupus Walk in Connecticut with Northeast Region Director Sue Gloor

If you know of anyone with an autoimmune disease and you would like to gift them something special gift them one of my “Queen B” All Nighter Liquid Lipsticks. It would mean a lot to me to support my makeup line Entitled Beauty Cosmetics. I know they would love it to wear on Awarness Day.

2 thoughts on “Purple Is The Color For Strong Women Who Fights An Autoimmune Disease Not Just A Power Color At The Inaugaration

    1. It is a great shade on many! I’m very proud of how the color came out. I speak at events and I also work with the Lupus org as a BA. I find that I now have something to compare Lupus to when talking about it so peers understand. I compare Lupus to having COVID but ours don’t leave after 14 days we live with it
      everyday.

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