Skincare brand Skinergy Beauty was designed to meet the skincare needs of women of color.
Communities across America are slowly beginning to reopen business doors in our great country.
We get it. Saying goodbye to summer is hard.
Known for their top of the line cotton and cotton-based products, Supima returnee to this years NYFW to host their design competition for the twelfth time. As it’s been since it starts in 2008, based on their collections, eight graduating senior designers had the opportunity to display their designs, made from Supima fabric, on the runway. This year it took place in Pier59 Studios’ Studio C. Gina Guo (ginaguo_) from Drexel University went home with the grand prize of $10k for her collection; a series of flowy, blue and coral-based pieces inspired by Australia’s coral reefs.
Skincare with an edge? Nowadays CBD can be found in more than just a blunt.
Skincare without the use of harsh chemicals that are bad for us and the environment is a trend everyone should like, subscribe, and follow.
Crowns of curls, braids and colorful extensions floated through Pier 36.
Essence Beauty Carnival brought out black women of all shades, ages, and sizes from all over New York City who all came to slay.
Pond’s is one of the world’s biggest skincare brands to date. Best known for their ‘Pond’s Cold Cream,’ surely you’ve heard the name before. Recently they released their Cold Cream Cleansing Balm which you’re sure to love.