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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 Doctors, Black Women, and Pregnancy: I Was Pregnant With A Hole In My Heart & Doctors Told Me To Toughen Up

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Black Doctors, Black Women, and Pregnancy: I Was Pregnant With A Hole In My Heart & Doctors Told Me To Toughen Up As told to Veronica Wells-Puoane of NoSugarNoCreamMag.com Brooke was pregnant with her second son when she realized something was wrong with her heart. But her doctors dismissed her, ignoring her concerns. Her story is one of thousands when…

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I Didn’t Want Southern Church Folk To Distract Me From God, So I Stopped Going To Church

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Photo by Zach Vessels on Unsplash I Didn’t Want Southern Church Folk To Distract Me From God, So I Stopped Going To Church As told to Veronica Wells-Puoane of NoSugarNoCreamMag.com Shantice describes how the horrible behavior at her church, from Pastor on down, caused her to get to know God outside of the building and away from the people. When…

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Black Women: Mistress Marley Explains How Findom Healed Her from Corporate Trauma

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Photo by Calvin Lupiya on Unsplash Black Women: Mistress Marley Explains How Findom Healed Her from Corporate Trauma As told to Veronica Wells-Puoane of NoSugarNoCreamMag.com Originally published on MadameNoire Most of us are waiting for the government to pay us what they owe us in the form of reparations. But Mistress Marley collects hers through her individual clients: white men…

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Black Feminist: When You Tell A Hotep You’re A Feminist

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Image by Dellon Thomas from Pixabay Black Feminist: When You Tell A Hotep You’re A Feminist By Veronica Wells-Puoane of NoSugarNoCreamMag.com You have to be careful who you smile at in the street–especially when you’re in New York City about to board the train. Interact with the wrong person and you can be stuck talking to an over-eager stranger for the next thirty…

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Black Women Take Care Of Black Women & Other Lessons From Robyn Crawford’s “A Song For You”

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Photo by Junior REIS on Unsplash Black Women Take Care Of Black Women & Other Lessons From Robyn Crawford’s “A Song For You” By Veronica Wells-Puoane of NoSugarNoCreamMag.com When I learned that Robyn Crawford, Whitney Houston’s longtime friend and former business partner, was writing a book about their lives together, I didn’t think that she was disturbing Whitney’s “rest” as…

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Darnella Frazier Filmed a Murder – Here is 1 Thing We Owe Her

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Darnella Frazier Filmed a Murder – Here is 1 Thing We Owe Her By Veronica Wells-Puoane of NoSugarNoCreamMag.com Originally published on MadameNoire.com Yesterday, Derek Chauvin was found guilty in the murder of George Floyd. The evidence was there. The witnesses said what needed to be said. The whole world saw Chauvin kneeling on George Floyd’s neck last summer. Still, when…

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