Obinna Keke, Director of Innovation & Business Operations for SheaMoisture Men, shares how the brand is celebrating this underserved community — while upending tired stereotypes and rejecting toxic masculinity.
See ya never, orange highlights.
So you've committed to embracing your natural texture. What's next?
Remember when everyone did this sticky-outy-ends thing to their hair?
Plus, what beauty products will consumers buy this year?
Also present at Chanel's Fall 2021 presentation: the stick-straight hair and thick, black eyeliner of your early-2000s teen dreams.
With stints assisting just about every top hairstylist in fashion along the way.
"All curls are beautiful and should be seen that way."
Calling all "Splash" fans.
Remembering a beacon, a legend, a treasure — and how she honored Black culture through her hair.
For me, quarantine meant finally embarking on the natural hair journey I'd avoided all my life.
Her burgundy lip color is pretty timeless, too.
Plus, inside hair's ongoing cultural appropriation and racism problem.
Plus, Babba C. Rivera launches hair-care brand.
Let's take a moment to get inspired by the skillful work of hairstylist Lacy Redway.
Plus, Gap Inc. names Nancy Green CEO and president of Old Navy.
"We can start by hiring Black people in front and behind the scenes."
Accented with a gilded, clock-inspired mask and a flawless red lip.
And that coral-y, orange-red lip? Stunning.
Madison Reed CEO and Founder Amy Errett on running a business that's thriving, despite (and because of) the pandemic.
Plus, all of the products are available on Amazon for less than $10.
Plus, the problematic history of the term "dreadlocks" and Tracy Reese on how fashion can become anti-racist.
"We want to be a brand that helps to redefine what 'aspirational' means for textured hair, and that includes normalizing certain styles of hair and building up all kinds of textures of hair as aspirational."
The actress and beauty founder also posted a personal message to fans about Pattern's "Phase 2" and the importance of celebrating the beauty of Blackness.