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#SayHerName: Why Kenneka Jenkins Deserves the Same Attention as Natalee Holloway

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  Natalee Holloway – Kenneka Jenkins Last week, I stumbled upon an episode of ‘The Disappearance of Natalee Holloway.’ It was part of a new, six-part documentary that follows David Holloway as he searches for new developments in the disappearance and murder of his daughter, who took a trip to Aruba upon her high school graduation. It’s also a 12-year-old…

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Beauty Vlogger Jackie Aina Wants To Eliminate Struggle of Finding Proper Foundation Color For Black Women

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Popular beauty vlogger Jackie Aina is helping to eliminate the struggle of finding the proper foundation color for black women. On her 30th birthday, she announced an upcoming collaboration with Too Faced Cosmetics. The collection will expand on the 24 Born This Way oil-free foundation shades, creating additional options for deeper skin tones. Continue Reading Too Faced co-founder Jerrod Blandino…

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How To Prevent Oily Pillow Cases

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by Mary Wolff If you are like most naturalists, you need your moisture. While applying your favorite emollients before bed can give you the hydration your curls crave, it can have an unpleasant side effect on your bed linens. When it comes to managing oily pillowcases, there are a few tricks to help you wake up happy and refreshed. Continue…

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White Women Are Big Mad At Diddy’s Tweet Showing Love To Black Women

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Sean Combs greeted his 12.3 million Twitter followers with a warm acknowledgement. Instead of a traditional good morning, he started the day by shouting out black women. Continue Reading Shoutout to black women just because… — Sean Diddy Combs (@diddy) July 27, 2017 And people got big mad. Instead of celebratin’, some followers got to playa hatin’. Why not ALL…

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Is Being A Vegetarian Bad For Your Hair?

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by Mary Wolff We all know the foods we eat play a role in how we feel, but they also play a role in how we look, too. When you aren’t getting the nutrients you need, the body will naturally shift focus to protecting other areas such as teeth and bones, before worrying about giving the leftover nutrients to external…

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