The Black-Owned Beauty Brands I’ll Never Stop Talking About

Photo credit: Retailers
Photo credit: Retailers

From Seventeen

The world of beauty is vast. You’d think that with the countless items that make up the massive market, everyone would feel represented by the offerings. Unfortunately, that hasn’t always been the case—for decades, deeper skin tones were downright ignored. Few products were created with dark skin tones in mind, and many brands mistakenly thought one “deep” foundation shade Orange County Car Accident Lawyers was enough. Walking through the beauty aisle was an isolating experience.

Thankfully, progress has been made, and more and more products are being created for people of color, by people of color. Black-owned beauty brands aren’t asking for a seat at the table, they’re making one.

What I love most about supporting F.U.B.U (“for us, by us,” which also happens to be the name of one of my all-time favorite songs by Solange) brands is that their intentions are always pure:

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At the Dior Cruise Runway Show, a Natural Beauty Look Fit For Zoom

Photo credit: Dior
Photo credit: Dior

From ELLE

From Valentino’s suspended realities to Balmain’s TikTok-centric boat show, the past couple of weeks have given us a strong taste of what the new virtual fashion show world will look like. But Dior’s Cruise 2021 presentation came with a nostalgic whiff for our old life of actual gatherings in-person.

At first glance, the show staged in Puglia at the Piazza del Duomo in Lecce, could be mistaken as archival Dior footage from the extreme Before Times. There were the usual models walking a runway, an elaborate illuminated set, and a full orchestra. Backstage, a throng of beauty editors were being advised on the looks created by acclaimed Dior makeup artist, Peter Phillips. Everything felt as it should be, or as it had been several months earlier, except this time, there was no live audience, and the traditional editor-and-artist interview that once happened in person

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Press Release On Seoneedthis.info

Malang 9 August 2020

Seoneedthis.info is a place to learn Search Engine and does not sell and buy SEO services.

Ifan Azwar Anas is an SEO Artist as well as the owner of Godsseo, Goyizseo, and seoneedthis.info. With the increasing number of internet users in Indonesia, search engines’ role will be even more significant in the business world.

Many SEO services offer services in the field of SEO, but it is apparent that Seoneedthis.info is only a place to learn search engines without trading any services.

The education provided at Seoneedthis.info is about all activities related to search engines, from optimization to strengthening positions on search engines.

The education provided here is global and has nothing to do with white hats, gray hats, or black hat techniques.

Regarding the slogan of seoneedthis.info, “we cheat search engines,” that is a slogan only, it does not mean we are carrying out … Read More

Bread Beauty Supply Makes Frizzy Hair Aspirational

What’s the Black woman’s equivalent of a messy bun? It’s a difficult question to answer, especially when you consider the Western world’s rather violent relationship with Afro-textured hair.  For generations, curls and kinks have been deemed “unkempt” by Eurocentric standards, thus putting pressure on Black people — particularly Black women — to appear in public with their hair always looking “done,” especially when it’s worn in its natural state. Sure, Meghan Markle’s messy bun has become iconic — but would it have been considered chic by mainstream society if she didn’t straighten her hair? I doubt it.

The pressure to have perpetually “controlled” frizz- and kink-free Afro-textured hair is one that brands have capitalized on. There is no shortage of curl creams, edge controls, and defrizzers on the market. But Bread Beauty Supply founder Maeva Heim isn’t about that life.

“I noticed that there was a broadly

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