Are you beautiful? In a perfect world, there would be no room for a question of this magnitude. This question brings on the feeling of doubtfulness, wavering confidence, self-loathing, and unstable feelings. Resentment of our reflection decided to embed itself in the DNA of many of our generations. At times we may find ourselves being closed in as we press
Why Gold? In my blog Black: My logo the African Woman part 1 I explained why the color black was chosen. Representing a people that are powerful, although our strength may be forgotten, black was always my first choice. Black represents a people that stands bold, proud, outspoken, and strong. Placing gold with black reminds us to never
My hair hasn’t been always boldly locked. There has been a time when I would go to bed dreading waking to the unknown. I rarely had a clue what I would be doing with my hair for school the next morning. Never would I have imagined that the sleep the night before could be a blessing for the day after
Black is bold, brave, and beautiful. We are versatile in many ways just as the crown displayed on our heads. Dive into the depths of our cultural hairstyles. Watch The History of Braided Beauty.