Mar 18, Your Move

Interview: MoMinerals Makeup

Tell us a bit about yourself. I am a passionate problem solver and a promoter of self confidence. I co founded MoMineral makeup brand, a natural makeup brand that cater for women of colour in 2014. Prior to the launch of MoMineral Makeup, I worked as a makeup artist. I also hold a BSc in […]

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Oct 17, Your Culture

PRETTY HURTS

Being that it’s black history month I wanted to take this opportunity to remind every black woman that read this of just how beautiful you are. I hope that you are encouraged by it. Accept you for you – you are enough. The first thing that I believe to be necessary for feeling beautiful in […]

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Aug 17, Your Culture

5 items under £10 for a full face of makeup

As a student there are times when you find yourself so broke that you’re relying on 3 for £1 deal of indomine at Asda to get you through the week before student loan drops. In these times you often reminisce about the items you had bought at the beginning of the semester that you could […]

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Your Culture

CurlyTreats Festival

We caught up with Vinna Best founder of the CurlyTreats Festival, the UK’s Biggest Natural Hair Festival to Celebrate Black Culture. Bio Since 2013, Vinna Best has been delivering natural hair events around the UK, in major cities including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Nottingham, Leeds, and Bristol, encouraging black women and girls to be and feel […]

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Jun 17, Your Move

Do It Now Now Retail: Anti-Pop Review

I was fortunate enough to have been extended an invitation to Do it now now first retail anti-pop event, focused on connecting businesses in the black hair and beauty industry to the best in marketing, PR, branding and Funding professionals to assist them in learning what it takes to run a healthy, scalable and sustainable […]

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Jun 17, Your World

Jamii

Recently we caught up with Khalia the founder of Jamii – the UK’s first discount card for African and Caribbean owned businesses. What was your starting inspiration? My starting inspiration for Jamii was the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement here and across the Atlantic. Many people began talking about the importance of supporting […]

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Jan 17, Your Culture

Wearing a bold lipstick

Hey everyone, I hope you’re all well. I’m back today with a quick beauty post and I’ll be talking you through some easy tips to step up your lipstick application from level 50 to 100 lol. It only adds 2 minutes extra to the process of applying lipstick but it makes a noticeable difference. Honestly, […]

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Apr 16, Your Culture

Spring look

Spring is here! Which of course means new trends or should I say reinvented trends? Florals? Ground breaking! What is Spring fashion all about? Spring fashion is that ‘nearly summer but still chilly but you don’t need a coat’ type of fashion where you don’t have to wear heavy outerwear but you can layer up […]

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Apr 16, Your Culture

How to survive in heels

So my friend’s and I were all trying out our outfits for a friend’s birthday dinner. She was going for an elegant theme which meant everyone had to wear dresses and heels. I was excited but I seemed to be the only one -Even the celebrant herself was wondering how she would survive in heels […]

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