For me, quarantine meant finally embarking on the natural hair journey I'd avoided all my life.
Plus, can Black designers overcome longstanding obstacles to succeed in key retailers?
Including a remarkable aluminum-free deodorant that really works, a moisturizing hand sanitizer (in super-cute packaging!) and a handful of summery fragrances and candles that brought a bit of escapism to our lives.
A database for shoppers, investors, editors, influencers and social media users.
Including picks for every hair type and texture.
Including a mask that rehabbed seriously damaged hair, a beloved mascara with an under-$20 price tag and oh, so much more.
Not bad for a $12 drugstore find.
Because body breakouts can be just as relentless as facial acne.
Featuring a calming perfume oil, a CBD-spiked cream that's the stuff of relaxation dreams and more.
It's a moisturizing, glow-ifying, vitamin-C-rich powerhouse.
Important note: No dragons were harmed in the making of these products.
The African-American lifestyle magazine is once again an entirely Black-owned company.
Plus, LVMH launches e-commerce for its wines and spirits brands.
A slew of new formulas claim to block your skin from the great outdoors. But are they legit?