Beauty

Every woman cares about beauty! Here, we can have heartfelt conversations about beauty as a concept and beauty as in how we tend to ourselves!

27 03, 2013

First Lady Obama “Puts Daughters On Diet,” Blogosphere Goes Nuts

By | March 27th, 2013|Beauty, Health News, Standards of Black Beauty|18 Comments

Lately, First Lady Michelle Obama has been giving lots of interviews in regards to launching her new initiative to address childhood obesity. Needless to say, as a growing fitness lover and parent, this makes me so giddy I could squeal. The plans and changes that could come from focusing on our children... the possibilities are [...]

19 03, 2013

Shot Girls: Read An Excerpt From A Video Vixen’s Book About Booty Injections

By | March 19th, 2013|Beauty, Body Image, Standards of Black Beauty|61 Comments

"When the third injection was finished... he used superglue to seal the poke hole that was made by the needle."

18 12, 2012

The Kickstarter That Wants You To Fund Fat-Shaming

By | December 18th, 2012|Beauty, Body Image|9 Comments

A woman creates a Kickstarter campaign to create a book that would "stand up against a society that protects fat culture while bastardizing thin and athletic women."

10 09, 2012

Video Vault: Watch The Photoshop Diet In Action

By | September 10th, 2012|Beauty, Body Image, Social Construct|13 Comments

Ever wondered just how simple it is to Photoshop yourself a new body?

5 09, 2012

Who’s Allowed To Call You Fat?

By | September 5th, 2012|Beauty, It's All Mental, Standards of Black Beauty|32 Comments

One evening my Mother, sister and I sat at the bar in the house, and my Mother couldn't stop staring at me. "I'm just so proud of you. You just up and decided that you weren't going to be big anymore." In an effort to not start smelling my own roses, so to speak, I [...]

2 08, 2012

Body Image, Self-Worth & Sexuality: Dark Skin, A New Documentary

By | August 2nd, 2012|Beauty, Black Hair, Body Image, Social Construct, Standards of Black Beauty|57 Comments

A new documentary shines a light on the struggles of women of a deeper hue.