A group of black Harvard Law students have united for an empowering photo series that further demonstrates change and diversity against the odds.
New Jersey hair braiders are required to have a license to legally operate in a salon, but new legislation could change that.
"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.
Sister Circle Brunch was created by Destiny Arturet and Alisha Acquaye in response to the need for women and non-binary of color to have a space after the 2016 election.
From shaving systems specifically designed for curlier and coarser hair textures to honey-infused scrubs developed with the help of biomedical research, these skin care brands address the unique needs of people of color.
"I want my work to show the world that black women come in the most varied forms and we shine in everything we do," says Black Queendom Series creator and law student Staci Childs.
Cynthia Andrew, blogger of SimplyCyn, shared photos taken two years ago in Italy of an elderly couple touching her naturally curly hair and smiling.
On the heels of Maybelline's groundbreaking makeup collaboration with Shayla Mitchell, here are nine striking ads featuring women of color.
"To not see black or Latina women as famous in my industry is crazy! I have to talk about it," said Ashley Graham in a recent magazine feature.
“I don’t care if they have been around for years; they are going to have to erase what they have.”
One of the main issues Ni'Kita Wilson tackles with her work is the improper practices of skin care, predominantly among women and men of color.
Celebrity makeup artist AJ Crimson is a pioneer in cosmetics for women of color. Yahoo’s Diversity in Beauty Awards (The DIBs) highlights and celebrates personalities, brands, and products that embody inclusiveness and innovation. Here, we put a spotlight on DIBs judge and makeup artist AJ Crimson.
Viola Davis has opened up in an interview with 'Essence' about her frustrating experiences with hairstylists handling her hair incorrectly.
“I’ve had the idea for Hannah for a long time,” Saafir says. The longer I worked in the editorial world, the more I saw a need for it.” The editorial staff at upcoming magazine, Hannah.