A dreamer born in the fall of New York City.
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And of course this is nothing short of amazing.

And of course this is nothing short of amazing.

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Simplicity

Simplicity

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wmagazine:

Badu as she wants to be
Photograph by Graeme Mitchell; styled by Samantha Traina; W magazine October 2014. 

wmagazine:

Badu as she wants to be

Photograph by Graeme Mitchell; styled by Samantha Traina; W magazine October 2014. 

Ever have a conversation with your significant other or just someone you’re really interested in and you can’t even hear the words coming out of their mouth because their beauty is deafening? They finish talking and you just look like the heart eyes emoji. They didn’t even ask you a question and you’re like “yeah, I agree”.

So easy.

So easy.

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nike tech sp15? *catches heart attack*

nike tech sp15? *catches heart attack*

eternallybeautifullyblack:

It’s about time we elbowed our way into the industry!

Black Women Find Success in the Lucrative Business of Black Hair Care
Posted by For Harriet
Not much seems unusual about Judian and Kadeian Brown’s storefront in a tidy plaza off Church Avenue in Flatbush, Brooklyn, a neighborhood where every block seems to have its own African hair-braiding salon.
Posters of African-American women with long, sleek hair fill the window. Round jars of shea butter belly up to slender boxes of hair dye on the shelves. Wigs perch on mannequin heads.
What makes Black Girls Divine Beauty Supply and Salon’s visitors do a double-take is the skin color of the proprietors. “I go, ‘Look at all the faces on the boxes,’  ” said Judian Brown, recalling other shopkeepers’ and customers’ surprise when they realize she is not an employee, but the owner. “Who should be owning these stores?” [My emphasis]

[Read the article in its entirety at For Harriet.]


Definitely been to this particular beauty supply, shout out to Flatbush!

eternallybeautifullyblack:

It’s about time we elbowed our way into the industry!

Black Women Find Success in the Lucrative Business of Black Hair Care

Posted by For Harriet

Not much seems unusual about Judian and Kadeian Brown’s storefront in a tidy plaza off Church Avenue in Flatbush, Brooklyn, a neighborhood where every block seems to have its own African hair-braiding salon.

Posters of African-American women with long, sleek hair fill the window. Round jars of shea butter belly up to slender boxes of hair dye on the shelves. Wigs perch on mannequin heads.

What makes Black Girls Divine Beauty Supply and Salon’s visitors do a double-take is the skin color of the proprietors. “I go, ‘Look at all the faces on the boxes,’  ” said Judian Brown, recalling other shopkeepers’ and customers’ surprise when they realize she is not an employee, but the owner. “Who should be owning these stores?” [My emphasis]

[Read the article in its entirety at For Harriet.]

Definitely been to this particular beauty supply, shout out to Flatbush!

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