Co-founder and CEO of Miss Jessie’s, Miko Branch, has been a household name in the Black community for as long as I can remember. She and her late sister, Titi Branch, are no doubt pioneers that serve as factors of why the beauty industry is poppin today for women of color
The Super Beauty doll, created by Tiffany J, not only provides African-American growing girls with a doll that looks them, but one that speaks 20 positive affirmations that promotes self-love.
Fun fact: Black women are one of the most underserved markets in the beauty industry. To little surprise, African Americans spend the most money in the beauty industry.
Any time of the year is a great one to add a little extra umph and style to your home. Thankfully, it’s not as difficult as it sounds.
With fall quickly approaching, I think it’s safe to say the oversized denim jacket is still a trend that’s going strong.
There’s this dated stigma that the beauty industry is full of vanity and conceit. But, because of women like Tie Cooper and her annual Hi BeauTea Party, it’s receiving acknowledgement and recognition for what it really is – one that promotes and inspires self-confidence, self-care, and self-love.
To say Emmy-Award winning actress Regina King was inspiring and motivating at the 2018 Black Women’s Expo is a pretty big understatement. Our favorite homegirl-in-our-head added even more #BlackGirlMagic to the already amazing three-day event in Atlanta the weekend of August 10th.
Going vegan has proven to be more than the latest trend.
Considering the current climate when it comes to racial tensions in the nation mixed with the proud stance of being African American, it’s important now more than ever to recognize, salute, and celebrate Juneteenth.