Nia Pettitt, aka Nia The Light, reveals the struggle she's had coming to terms with her bacne and stretch marks, and the strength she feels now that she's flaunting them for Aerie.
As one fan shared, "Anything you do with your hair old, new or prehistoric you're just totally beautiful and forever will be."
For a company like Tarte to release just 15 shades of a much anticipated foundation in these post-Fenty Beauty days is brave. Or really uninformed.
Banks brought her "next-level fierceness" to the Build Series in New York City to promote her America's Next Top Model return and discuss the lack of diversity in the fashion industry.
In what seems like a feel-good family story, she took her child to get a manicure. Sounds great, right? Not according to the internet.
In January, East Coast residents normally deal with the kind of bone chilling weather that inspires tears. (Hint: We're talking about the ones that literally freeze midair as they drop from your eyes.) This is not one of those years... it's worse. And as of this week, most of the country can relate — which means we're all jealous of those who live in sunnier places.
Munn's striking features come from her white and Chinese background, and she goes out of her way to work with makeup artists who understand the best looks for her.
For models of color, these online communities not only promote and engage their work but can also speed up the process of landing that dream opportunity or job.
Mary Ntiamoah tells Yahoo Lifestyle that even though people note her resemblance to the supermodel on a regular basis, it's still shocking to her to see so many strangers agree.
For beauty boys who love makeup and don't have a support system at home, this is Starrr's advice: "Find your tribe. Find friends that appreciate what you do."
"F*** perfection. It doesn't exist." That's the message women's clothing retailer Missguided wants to spread, along with a promise not to touch up any of its models' features.
Jessa O'Brien, aka the Nude Blogger, has written a poignant blog post about falling victim to body shamers, who slammed her online for being too skinny.
Alexis Johnson, 23, celebrated the 17th anniversary of her paralysis with an inspiring post on Instagram.
After the birth of her now 5-year-old son, Chase, Talmesha Jones says she felt very self-conscious about her stretch marks.
Looks like the Fenty Effect is at play again: The latest makeup brand to step up its shade range diversity is none other than Kylie Cosmetics.
Aaron Phillip is a physically disabled, nonbinary femme, an underrepresented minority in the fashion world — which is exactly why she wants to get involved.
Sarah Taylor is a 21-year-old college student with a port-wine stain birthmark that covers almost half of her face. But instead of covering it up, she is unapologetically herself, and inspiring others with birthmarks to accept and love theirs too.
Not just any dolls, though, super diverse ones — from a Barbie to old-school baby dolls, all of different ethnicities.
Even though this year's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show includes six new black models, all with unique hair textures, Jourdana Phillips still must bring her own styling products.
Davina Bennett, the second runner-up for Miss Universe, not only showed off her crowning Afro glory, but did so with grace, intelligence, and confidence — and people are beyond here for it.