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Customize Your Nude Lipstick Look for 3 Amazing Everyday Makeup Looks

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By Onicia Muller Interested in how Black women can rock nude lipstick? Here are three easy step-by-step makeup tutorials using ASE Beauty’s Emerge (our universal nude lipstick). ASE Beauty is a Black-owned, clean beauty makeup brand for women of color. Nude lipsticks are perfect for natural everyday makeup or trendy soft glam looks. These professional MUA lipstick hacks are guaranteed…

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4 Enticing Ways To Rock Berry Lipstick That Black Women Will Absolutely Love

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4 Enticing Ways To Rock Berry Lipstick That Black Women Will Absolutely Love Onicia Muller for ASE Beauty.com Kissing season is coming up, so our Beauty Bestie Onicia Muller (@OniciaMuller) created four easy step-by-step makeup tutorials featuring Ambition (our classic berry lipstick). Keep reading to learn how you can recreate these fun berry lipstick looks. Right now, you can purchase…

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Black Women are Driving the Growth in Women-Owned Businesses

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iStock/monkeybusinessimages By Charlene Rhinehart There’s no shortage of news about the evolution of women-owned businesses in the past few decades. More women are diving into entrepreneurship and earning a bigger piece of the financial pie that keeps the economy moving. According to the 2018 State of Women-Owned Business Report, commissioned by American Express, the number of women-owned businesses increased by…

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Shop Moe Melanin for School Supplies that Inspire Kids to be Somebody!

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@moemelanin By Winnie Gaturu Standard school supplies are often plain and boring. The ones that are a bit more vibrant tend to be way above the normal price list. In addition, most of these supplies do not have themes that resonate with black kids. However, there’s an increase in the number of black-owned companies that target their own communities even…

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Review: I Tried the Mega Popular Teeth Whitener Owned By This Multi-Millionaire Mom

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Amber Rose and Ramon Griggie of Express Smile Atlanta By Erickka Sy Savané When it comes to teeth whitening, the mother of all teeth whitening, at least as far as instagram is concerned, is Express Smile Atlanta (ESA). Go to their page and celebrities like Amber Rose, Kylie Jenner and even Teyana Taylor and hubby Iman Shumpert are packed like…

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This Luxurious Black-Owned Skincare Brand Gave Me Supple, Summer-Ready Skin

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Photo Courtesy of Nyakio By Kanisha Parks Healthy skin is such an important facet of a successful beauty routine, especially since there are so many products on the market geared towards just that. In my teens, my main skin concern was acne but after that mellowed, clear, smooth, healthy, glowing skin has been #goals for me. Continue I can’t stand…

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Everything You Need to Know About Black-Owned Business Directory ‘The Black Mall’

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    By Winnie GaturuIf you’re looking for a way to support black-owned business, The Black Mall (TBM) is the perfect solution. It is an online business directory that helps you find products and services from black-owned businesses across the nation. The mall was started as a means to offer support to both existing businesses and startups. Supporting black business…

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This Family-Owned Ghanaian Label Wants You to Take a Piece of Ghana Wherever You Go

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Photo of Essie & Nana Brew-Hammond via Exit 14 By Brook Bobb A love of clothing runs in Nana Brew-Hammond’s family. Before her grandmother started one of Ghana’s first and only female-run advertising agencies, she was a seamstress, and Nana’s mother, Delphine, grew up helping with measurements, sewing, and cutting fabrics. Nana’s sister, Essie Hammond, was also born in Ghana,…

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