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What's your greatest skin care challenge?
As women and a growing number of men of color, what's your greatest skin care challenge? Whether it's dark spots, uneven skin tone, dark circles,puffiness under your eyes or hair that won't grow, you'll find a product that can possibly become the solution to your challenge.
Moisturizers and ingredients that hydrate your skin will always be your best friend, for your face, body and hair. So look for products with nourishing and nurturing ingredients. Shea butter, cocoa butter, mango butter and jojoba oils are a few of the ingredients to keep on your list.
We've got new additions to our store for you. Essential oils have been known to help calm and soothe skin and scalp irritations. Although you'll find a sample kit on the hair category page, you can use them for any of your skin and hair care needs.
The hair care sample kit has been given an upgrade. We've increased the size of the container on the shampoo and conditioners and added a hair butter sample to the mix.
Although there's beauty in your blackness, your skin is sensitive and needs protection from the sun just like everyone else. So if you know you're challenged by sunburn, add a few drops of Lavender essential oil to Jojoba and Grapeseed Oil and create a nice body oil for yourself. It will bring comfort and beauty back to your skin.
We're listening to you and your suggestions, so keep an eye on the category pages and your emails for updates.
Until next time ...
Dedicated To Your Beauty
African American women have always been known to add an element of style to the category of dressing.
While gray, black and navy blue suits can be oh-so-boring, black women took those colors by the horns and accessorized them into fashion trends that have redefined what fashion is to the world.
A colorful scarf, a bold shawl, a colorful broach, have all adorned and added color to the traditional uniform of dark office suits.
While you will read in publications such as the Wall Street Journal about Career women adding bold colors to their suits, African American women did this years ago. I know I was one of them.
There was nothing more boring than looking like a clone with no self-expression, so I’d always have a colorful shawl or scarf. They later became my signature pieces. For me it was shawls and scarves, for others it was jewelry.
In another career I was an Image Consultant (still am to a certain degree) and for some of my clients at the time, their signature piece was their lingerie. You couldn’t see it but the silk teddies and tap pants or slips were an inner expression that allowed them to move and feel feminine in tailored suits.
Even though pantyhose were a big part of leg attire, I’d suggest garter belts and hosiery. This gave them an even more feminine feel.
Texture and Color in African American Style
African American women are the Queen of blending texture and colors and this takes a certain amount of confidence to carry them off. The key is in being able to wear these textures and colors without distracting the person you’re speaking with. After all, in your work environment, you still want your professional voice to be heard more than you’re seen.
Bottom line, don’t allow the outfit to out speak your message at that corporate presentation. While self-expression and new elements in style can offer you new colors and provide you with figure conscious details, it should also bring balance to your femininity and authority within your work environment.
Comfort and professionalism are your objective. There’s no longer a need for broad shoulders with a military flair. There was a time when dresses were not a part of what was considered “Proper” attire. Now you can wear a “Dress” and when topped with a soft and flowing or semi tailored jacket, you’re professionally dressed in your Power Style.
Remember, there’s still a fine line between showing T&A and commanding respect. Power dress with style and grace and leave the T&A for after work activities.
Dedicated to Your Beauty,