LOL. This really tickles my fancy. I mean, I hate man buns too, but DAMN Brigham Young, was it really necessary to BAN the buns?
In a recent interview with B. Scott, K. Michelle revealed that she really wants to remove her butt implants. And I for one, am GLAD.
Anything that Princess Lupita is a part of, I take great interest in. And since she’s one of the most beautiful people I’ve ever seen, it’s only right that she’d be linked to one of the most successful beauty brands in the world–Lancome. The actress/model just announced minutes ago, that Lancome will officially be launching in Kenya today!
Ok. I know we’re living in a day and age where we can do just about anything we damn near please. I get it. I’ve seen a lot of advances just in my 28 years of life. I went from a beeper to carrying around a $1,000 computer that we now call a phone. We’ve gone from video tapes to links. But one thing I never thought I’d live to see is man weaves, and apparently they’re getting really popular.
I like the internet. Nothing keeps me entertained like the interwebs on any given day. From hot topics, to celebrity gossip, and just downright foolery, you are guaranteed to get whatever it is that you’re looking for on the internet daily. But one thing I’ve noticed about social media is that it can get reeeallly superficial. And essentially, I’d be willing to bet that it’s kinda ruining our psyche.
Selena Quintanilla is one of the biggest Tejano music stars of all time. Not only was she incredibly talented, but she was also a jaw-dropping beauty. It’s only fitting that MAC Cosmetics would design a makeup line just for her.
The fashion industry has a long history of being racist. It’s not often that we see Black faces on fashion runways, in magazines, or wearing “fancy clothes” or makeup. If they ARE seen, it’s because they’re in publications like Ebony, Essence, or the like. Well one Sudanese model by the name Nykhor Paul is fed up with the fashion industry, and she decided to give them a piece of her mind via Instagram this week. Warning: It’s great.
We’re finally able to watch Season 3 of the Netflix Original series Orange Is the New Black, and thanks to Chivas Skin Care, we’ll have some soap to go with it.
Finally! Last week, Mattel announced that they are introducing some diversity to their doll collections. It only took them five decades, but hey, we’ll take it!
If you’re not a Black woman…or man, you might not know what we mean when we refer to “edges.” In our community, when we talk about edges, we’re talking about your hairline. You can have full edges, soft edges, nappy edges, slick edges, snatched edges, OR your edges can be non-existent. The latter is what you DON’T want. But if you are one of the ladies out there who is having issues with your lack of edges, you can get help!