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Nivea Under Fire for Culturally Insensitive Ad: Why Can’t Ad Execs Get It Right?

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Nivea thinks natural hair is uncivilized. Atleast that’s the impression many are getting from their latest campaign. Nivea for Men released an advertisement running in national magazines of a well-dressed, shaven man with a haircut tossing a version of himself with a natural hair afro...

Street Etiquette: “Pushing The Boundaries” of Black Male Style

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The way African-American men dress has always been highly-criticized. Baggy jeans have been chastised by everyone from celebrities to politicians. Tight pants have been made fun of publicly by rappers who regrettably have questioned the wearer’s sexuality on account of the fit of their slacks....

Master Your Perfect Shade of Makeup + Nail Polish This Fall with MAC and Rococo

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MAC is mastering matching women to their perfect shade of foundation with their latest addition that was two years in the making. MAC’s Matchmaster Foundation SPF 15 is an innovative foundation with pigment technology that “reveals rather than conceals” your skin’s undertones. “One of the...

Look of the Day: Kelly Rowland

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Kelly Rowland attends the press launch of The X Factor at 02 Arena on August 17, 2011.

Trey Songz On Rocawear Evolution Fragrance and Why He Loves Independent Women

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The revamped Rocawear brand has tapped Trey Songz to be the spokesperson of the new Evolution Fragrance for Men. Evolution combines top notes of mandarin, mango and rhubarb, middle notes of coffee, incense and nutmeg and base notes of musk, amber and tonka for a fresh...

Jennifer Hudson: “I’m Prouder of My Weight Loss Than My Oscar”

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From Vibe Vixen: Weight loss is a sensitive issue in the black community. Generally, we embrace curves and think “thicker than a snicker” shapes are to be praised. But when it comes to health, fat around the thighs, hips, breast, butt and belly isn’t exactly...

Look of the Day: Kerry Washington

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Kerry Washington arrives at the 2011 Do Something Awards on August 14, 2011.

The New York Times Puts a Spotlight on TSA Natural Hair Pat Downs

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After September 11th, security at airports nationwide was increased to ensure everyone’s safety but recently there have been reports on a different type of security measure. The New York Times reported Timery Shante Nance, an African-American woman with natural hair, went through security at an...

Would You Let Your Man Rock A Speedo?

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Summer is coming to a close, but most of us are in the middle of planning a warm weather vacation to ease the pain of cold temperatures. If the upcoming season is anything like last winter, a getaway is going to be essential which means...