Rihanna may have irked some journalists with her 777 tour antics like not showing up on the plane and starving the poor scribes, allegedly, but there were some pretty amazing images of the singer performing for her fans around the world. (Vogue UK)

The founder of The Everyday People Brunch (that oh-so-hip NYC brunch featuring the best grub, jamming music, dancing and a bevy of beauties), Saada Ahmed, just happens to have some beauty tricks, passed down from her mom, that feature everyday foods. (Refinery29)

Do the holidays have you in a funky mood? If you’re tempted to drown your feelings in a bottle of wine or bowls of Ben & Jerry’s check out this list of things every exhausted woman should do for herself. (Oprah)

Have you ever wanted to sue an artist over a bad concert? Well, the people who went to see Katt Williams perform in Oakland recently are doing just that. Word is that Williams and promoter Live Nation have been slapped with a class action lawsuit by Brian Herline on behalf of everyone who went to see the comedian “perform” on November 16. The suit is seeking unspecified damages for “Katt Williams’ non-performance.”(TMZ)

If you’re into this whole Cyber Monday deal, here are some beauty deals you can score right from your computer (make it swift, the boss is looking) from M.A.C., Nordstrom, Urban Decay and more! (Allure)

Do Black women need an image makeover? In her book, Black Woman Redefined, author Sophia Nelson says too many of us are still living in the shadows of how others have “mis-defined” us slavery and even today in examples like (insert reality show name here). Is a book like this the answer? (The Grio)


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