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Prophetess Pamelia Wright’s newly released “The Beauty Makeover for Men and Women” is an intriguing opportunity for spiritual reflection and growth | News

MEADVILLE, Pa., July 26, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — “The Beauty Makeover for Men and Women”: a fascinating discussion of faith-based self-worth. “The Beauty Makeover for Men and Women” is the creation of published author Prophetess Pamelia Wright, a teacher, a motivational speaker, a corporate CEO, and a community advocate and leader.

Prophetess Wright shares, “People of the world, the time is now! How old or young you are does not matter. Age is only a number. It is time for you to live the life you were destined to live. This beauty makeover is vital. Knowledge is power, and the truth will set you free. Each page of this book gives you the power to create the life you want and the truth that sets you free from all the barriers keeping you from your rightful life. It is no accident that you are reading this message today. God is

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These Young Entrepreneurs Are Reclaiming Beauty Spaces For Black Women

Black women and our beauty, from our hair to our nails, is something that we heavily identify with from childhood; getting our hair braided, sitting in the salon for hours, our first full set. It’s also d something that the world continuously tries to use against us; from not being hired for jobs because of the way our hair or nails look to those same styles being worn and praised by women who don’t look like us. It was only in 2019 that the CROWN Act (Create a Respectful and Open Workplace for Natural Hair) was passed in California and New York, a law that prevents workplace discrimination against natural and protective hairstyles. This means that up until two years ago, Black people could be discriminated against simply because of the way we wore our hair.

It’s exactly why Black women found safe spaces in places like the beauty

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Let Black Women Wear Their Bonnets Whenever They Want

Comedian Mo’Nique Hicks sent out a PSA through her Instagram on May 29: She wanted “young Queens” (read: Black women and femmes) to think twice before deciding to wear sleep and loungewear in public.

Mo’Nique is a revered comedian known for her role in the early 2000s sitcom The Parkers as well as tons of comedy specials and films. In the Instagram video she posted, Mo’Nique recalls a recent trip to the Atlanta airport where she saw a group of Black women wearing bonnets and head scarves as they waited to board their plane. The sight of the women, “too many to tap,” as she says, was so offensive to her, she decided to comment on it.

The conversation around bonnets is one that has been playing out online for over a month now, but in the latter days of May, Mo’Nique decided to add her two cents. The video

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Fascinating Beauty Secrets From Indian Women

One of the biggest realizations in western beauty in recent years has undoubtedly been the swaths of inspiration we can draw from the Far East—from ancient skincare traditions to innovative new technologies and everything in between. But while much of the focus has been on the 10-step skincare routines of Korea and the long list of incredible ingredients used by Japanese beauty brands, there’s another Asian culture whose practices have been influencing beauty and health around the world for centuries: that of India.

There, beauty rituals are built upon thousands of years of history and tradition and have been lovingly passed down from generation to generation. “An Indian home is generational, and in any home, you learn by watching,” says Juhi Ash, a wellness and health guru and the founder of New York’s Juhi Ash Center. “As a child, I was shown simplicity and routine when it comes to

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