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InHAIRitance: Tracee Ellis Ross, Ayanna Pressley and Color Of Change Advocate for Small Black Beauty Businesses and the CROWN Act

Can you believe it’s nearly the end of 2020—and amid everything else, in most states in America we’re still asking for permission to wear our hair as we please? While the freedom to wear naturally textured or traditional Black hairstyles may seem purely aesthetic to the willfully ignorant some, it is in fact part of

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'It’s the Right Thing to Do': Gabrielle Union Tells Us Why Amplifying Black Businesses Feeds Her Soul

You may have been pleasantly surprised to see Gabrielle Union urging you to make it a #BuyBlack Friday on Facebook Live this year, but like her now-decades-long career in the industry (“I’m almost 50 and [they] treat me like an ingenue,” she jokes), don’t call it a comeback—or a trend. She’s been about that #BuyBlack

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From the Maxx to the Marshalls: 'Style Savant' Kahlana Barfield Brown Gives Our Affordable Faves a Giftworthy Edit

True confession time: I am a veteran “Maxxinista.” If you don’t know what that is, you obviously never had the unique privilege of growing up near a T.J. Maxx—it was even my first part-time job! A decade later, I spent years modeling for the brand, so suffice to say, the Maxx and I—and its equally well-priced sister

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Where Have You Been: Fenty Beauty Finally Announces New Pro Filt’r Soft Matte Powder Foundation and Gloss Bomb Cream

If there are three things I love in this life, it’s: good coffee, good dessert, and a good makeup day. The latter of which I’m proud to say has become quite the norm over the last few years, thanks to my borderline obsession with makeup tutorials (looking at you Jackie Aina). But as any beauty-lover knows, the type of

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