"We have no problem giving money to those who think less of us because we HAD (pretense) no other option," according to entrepreneur and influencer Dana Chanel.
"I want to encourage people to think more about the anthropology of beauty instead of creating content without a deeper meaning," says Tinted founder Deepica Mutyala.
A group of black Harvard Law students have united for an empowering photo series that further demonstrates change and diversity against the odds.
A recent study has revealed that hair products predominantly used by black women and children contain hazardous chemicals.
New Jersey hair braiders are required to have a license to legally operate in a salon, but new legislation could change that.
From opening up about her sexuality to the head-turning hair artistry (courtesy of Nikki Nelms) on her new album, Janelle Monáe is indomitable.
At the Time 100 Gala, Leslie Jones wore a custom white Christian Siriano suit dress, styled her hair in a flattop, and wore a navy lip to pay tribute to iconic supermodel Grace Jones.
The supermodel says her career nearly ended before it started because a hairdresser couldn't handle styling her African-American hair.
Saturday night, Beyoncé became the first Black female headliner at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. In a performance that she called “very important for me” and that was politically charged, as has become her style, Beyoncé’s brazen tribute to Black history and Black culture has inspired mass reactions that reverberated across the internet. How could it not, after she declared Coachella forever changed: it is now Beychella.
After the passing of her great-grandmother, 17-year-old Skyler Branch decided she wanted to somehow honor her relative, as well as others who have inspired her, with a special dress on the big night.
"No group is monolithic, certainly not women of color," according to Joanna Simkin, a celebrity makeup artist and Yahoo Lifestyle's Diversity in Beauty Awards judge.
"The industry is finally hearing the voices of women of color and acknowledging our buying power," says Tiara Willis, the genius behind Twitter account @MakeupforWOC.
There seems to be a pattern of optimal greatness here, and it's crystal clear why Fenty Beauty was also awarded "Invention of the Year" by Time in 2017.
Founder Zarna Surti wanted to launch a print magazine based around the women of color whose voices and faces she felt were missing from existing publications.
'Glamour' speaks with dermatologists to better understand why it seems women with darker skin are magnets for dark spots, discoloration, and scarring.
If there's anything Kimberly Drew can impart on those working to evolve the feminist movement, she says they need to understand that we haven't figured it out.
Lambb, short for "Look at My Black Beauty," was created by two sisters, Naomi and Cauline Grant, with a mission to redefine images of people of color in media.