Helen Williams, the first black supermodel
I'm a black girl who loves bold lipstick colors. Bright red, Deep berry, jet black...I love the way they emphasize the thickness of my lips. But sometimes I'd rather opt for a nude lip depending on...
Early 20th Century African American Woman Photo Credit by Alondra The natural hair world is like one big university. What an interesting way to start off a blog, right? I’m serious though, it’s as …
This is just a smattering of the beautiful crowd at the Brooklyn-based music festival.
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As a Black man and an African historian, I have found that one of the most inspiring aspects in the annals of humankind is the outstanding role of African
Pam Grier. #1 Babe.
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Carmen De Lavallade, a dancer & choreographer, tells the story of her outfit for our Ageless Dailies. For Carmen shopping and links, go to SLU: http://stylel...
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Columnist G. Ann Wilkerson outlines eight stereotypes commonly held about Black women, why they are inaccurate and how they have the potential to be harmful.
Here's a review of 10 popular drugstore lipsticks
It's still the summer of the #CarefreeBlackGirl. Here's how some women define the phrase.
Susannah Mushatt Jones was born in Alabama on July 6, 1899.
Former ANTM contestant Bre Scullark shares her experiences with colorism in the modeling world.