Your Clean Guide to Summer




By Tyshia Ingram of ASE Beauty

At its core, the word holistic means interconnected. It’s the idea of looking at, dealing with, and approaching things as a whole rather than separate individual parts. Clean living is a holistic way of life. It’s not just about your beauty products, the makeup you wear and what hair products you use on wash day. It’s also about your diet, what you’re eating and what you’re feeding your mind. It’s how you’re taking care of your body, your exercise and fitness routines.

Everything is connected.

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7 Women of Color Doing Amazing Things in the Clean Beauty Space


By Onicia Muller of ASE Beauty

A party isn’t fun when you’re celebrating alone. That’s why ASE Beauty in partnership with CurlyNikki.com is living our mission of empowering and uplifting women of color by curating this list of seven women of color doing amazing things in the clean beauty space.

This is Liquid Gold for My Hair and Skin

I 100% know that my glow radiates from within, but I do appreciate a product that gives me all the honey-dipped melanin lewks and feels :) 

How To Pick The Right Red Lipstick For You



by McKenzie Renae of McKenzieRenae.tumblr.com

Choosing a red lipstick can be daunting at times. Fret no more my dear, McKenzie Renae to the rescue! Whether you're after a fresh new look, a spicy option for a night on the town, or just a glam alternative to nude lips, everyone can gain something from the tips below. Check them out and get ready to put your best pout forward!

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What’s the best plant based moisturizer for hair and skin?

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CN Says: 
Although this article focuses on skin care, we use these same ingredients in our hair! I hope it helps! Spoiler alert- shea butter, rice bran and olive oil are the winners ;) 


Q:  Rebecca asks us to recommend the most effective, longest lasting, all around best plant-based moisturizer for skin. In our response we talk about the different methods of moisturization and what it means to be “plant-based.”

A: 3 methods of moisturization.

1. Occlusives
Purpose: To reduce how much water evaporates through your skin. (Cosmetic scientists refer to this as TransEpidermal Moisture Loss or TEWL.) Occlusive agents form a hydrophobic barrier on your skin that keeps the water on the inside. The most effective examples include petrolatum, mineral oil, and dimethicone. Some plant oils help occlude the skin but typically they are included more for their emolliency.

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6 Ways To Unclog Your Pores & Minimize Breakouts


via XoNecole by Krissy Lewis

When I usually get these bumpy breakouts, they appear in groups on my forehead. Most of the time, when I get these minor acne outbreaks, I would assume it's caused by a reaction to a moisturizer or face wash, but that wasn't the case. I did some research on what can cause them and I realized, my pores were crying for help.

Besides maintaining a healthy diet and drinking more water, here are six ways to unclog your pores and get rid of pesky bumps:

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