Empire Actress Serayah McNeill Fronts Multicultural Hair Brush Line

Actress Serayah McNeill will be the face of Wet Brush’s new collection called TxturePro, a line of three tools meant to detangle curly, kinky, way and coiled hair. The actress is well-known for her voluminous natural head of curls, and will promote the line which will feature a detangler, extension brush and wave comb. The hair tools are available in three different colors and aim … Continue reading Empire Actress Serayah McNeill Fronts Multicultural Hair Brush Line

Khoudia Diop on Embracing her Dark Skin

When Khoudia Diop first burst on the scene, the model’s deep ebony skin immediately caught attention. In an interview with NBC, Diop recalled that she was bullied in school so much that she just stopped going. “I was so ashamed of it that I would spend hours in the shower crying and trying to wash my skin off,” the Senegalese model said. She has since … Continue reading Khoudia Diop on Embracing her Dark Skin

Multiethic Kids Can Now Have Dolls With Natural Hair

Natural hair is becoming mainstream and popularized. We saw an entire movement dedicated to the trend during fashion week, and now the movement has taken a new shape in the form of dolls. I remember playing with Barbie dolls as a kid and I had one dark-skinned African-American doll who had jet-black straight hair down to her waits. I never questioned why she didn’t have … Continue reading Multiethic Kids Can Now Have Dolls With Natural Hair

Subscription Box For Multicultural Skin Tones

What’s your hue? That’s the trendy tag line of a new subscription box service dedicated to the health and beauty needs of women and men of color. The boxes aim to provide multicultural people the ability to try products while learning about small businesses. Customers can choose between one, three, and six, and twelve-month plans, and if they like the sample sized product they receive … Continue reading Subscription Box For Multicultural Skin Tones

Solange’s “Don’t Touch My Hair” Honors Black Beauty

In Solange Knowles’ new album, “A Seat At The Table,” the singer opens up with “Rise,” an intro that sets her album’s sultry Sade-eque tone. If you are a fan of her older sister Beyoncé, then this may not be the album for you since there are no songs that make you want to get up and hit the dance floor. This is the type … Continue reading Solange’s “Don’t Touch My Hair” Honors Black Beauty

Go Big or Go Home: NYFW Embraces Natural Hair Trend

From 3a to 4c, textured hair has been seen on almost every runway during this season’s Spring/Summer 2017 New York Fashion Week shows. This new acceptance of playful, thick locks is the industry’s way of making a statement that natural hair is beautiful, and, having a moment. Below we share our top picks of gorgeous natural hair looks that hypnotized the catwalks. Continue reading Go Big or Go Home: NYFW Embraces Natural Hair Trend

Essence’s December 2015 BeautyBox

At some point in time, even though I am surrounded with tons of free beauty loot, I became a beauty box junkie. From subscription boxes that host all-natural, organic products to boxes filled with “indies” aka the next big thing in beauty, I need them all. The box I am most excited about this month is Essence’s Beauty Box, which is loaded with everything you … Continue reading Essence’s December 2015 BeautyBox