Get the Look: Leona Lewis
When it comes to makeup, singer Leona Lewis typically sticks to a neutral, bronzed color palette that compliments her beautiful golden locks. But for this special red carpet appearance, she decided to play up her jewel-toned gown with equally bold lipstick and liner. (Continue Reading…)

Iconic Cover Girls
Each month we anxiously await the new issues of our favorite glossies to arrive in the mail or hit the newsstands. While we still have a long way to go, we often overlook the major strides we’ve made. There have been numerous magazine covers that signified so much more than designer duds and flawless makeup. Let’s take a moment to reflect on a few that broke some serious ground. (Continue Reading…)

Game Changers
From their hair and makeup to their ensembles, celebs undoubtedly have to have a stellar team behind them in order to make it big. These talented ten—everyone from stylists to makeup artists—are a force to be reckoned with and have changed the face of fashion and beauty. June Ambrose She has been key in creating the looks of some of music’s biggest names: Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carey, Jay-Z, Diddy . . . just to name a few. (Continue Reading…)

4 Reasons To Pass on Pumps for Sneakers
There’s no doubt that a great pair of heels on the right women exudes effortless femininity: they tone our legs, add a little oomph to our backsides, make us stand tall, and give us a sexy strut that can’t be rivaled. But who’s to say that such confidence should only be ignited when five-inch pumps are involved? Sure, we settle for stylish boots and comfy flats on our off days, but what about a hot pair of sneakers? Many fashion fanatics, especially after their teen years, turn their noses up at the thought of rocking some sneaks. But with all the stylish options at our disposal these days, there’s no reason to reserve them exclusively for gym days or grocery shopping. Every once in a while, you’ve gotta kick off the fancy footwork and lace-up in style. (Continue Reading….)

Black Hair & Dry Shampoo: The Myths & Right Uses
Take one look in the cabinets in a Black woman’s home, and you’ll spot just about any hair product, from detanglers, oil sheens, to hair masks. But one thing you’re not likely to see is dry shampoo. While dry shampoos have been on the market for ages, it presents sort of a record scratch for most Black girls. It’s just not a product we even think about, let alone consider a must-have. Let’s just admit it. For some of us, dry shampoo is a White women’s product. Well, at least that’s the response we received from the three women we caught at a swanky New York afterwork spot. (Continue Reading…)

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