Moderated by Essence's Jennifer Ford with Nandi Madida and Shalom Blac. Beauty is worldwide and it has the power to connect women from all walks of life. Digital influencers in the beauty space have the power to shift entire industries and empower communities of women with just a few words and a camera wink. We catch up with a few of the world’s most popular Black beauty influencers to discuss confidence, the importance of representation, why Black voices in beauty matter, and how to use your platform as an influencer to inspire change.
Join Unilever EVP and COO NA Beauty & Personal Care, Esi Eggleston Bracey, California Senator Holly Mitchell, and Dove Self-Esteem Educator Dre Brown in a conversation tackling how to end hair discrimination and celebrating the 1-year anniversary of the CROWN Act which protects Black people who choose to wear their hair in natural and protective styles.
Moderator Mikki Taylor sits down for a fireside chat with MC Lyte and June Ambrose. It’s a well-known fact that Black don’t crack. These ageless Hollywood stars are proof. Maintaining their relevance and authority as Black women with grace and style, we sit down with seasoned actresses to dish on their beauty regimens, how they’ve been maintaining self-care during this pandemic, and why it’s important now more than ever for Blacks in Hollywood to continue making cinematic strides for the culture
In Black culture our hair is more than just a biological make up, it is indeed a CROWN we wear proudly. As the nation gradually begins to make a shift to end Black hair biases, the cast and creator of Hulu’s, BAD HAIR sits down to share details on the horror film, black hair in Hollywood, and the importance of black representation in all forms of entertainment.
Ready, Set, Glow with Estee Lauder with Sloane Stephens, Ellarie, and Cynthia Bailey.
SheaMoisture CEO Cara Sabin, and Global Head of Community Commerce Simone Jordan will join Unilever’s EVP & COO NA Beauty & Personal Care, Esi Eggleston Bracey to discuss their commitment to maintaining the legacy and scaling the impact of the once black-owned, and now acquired beauty brand. Moderated by Essence Editor Jennifer Ford.
Celebrating sisterhood and community is top of mind for Naomi Campbell, as she breaks down her simple beauty routine, the joy of opening the doors for diverse models, and running her changemakers program in Africa with ESSENCE Chief Content Officer MoAna Luu.
@Styleandbeautydoc Danielle Gray and ESSENCE’s own Allie Mcgevna share their thoughts on skin care and why self care is more important than ever.
If you're coping skills are waning during quarantine, you're not alone. In this My Black is Beautiful discussion, Felicia Leatherwood & Teyonah Parris talk about #HowWeCope, balancing activism and self-care.
Join Celebrity Stylist Kiyah Wright as she reveals at-home styling tips to take your hair glam game to the next level.
Young, Black & Gifted: Parenting A Gen Z Beauty Boss with Lia-Symone Yahya, Ferdinand Yahya and Yvonne McNair. An enlightening conversation around the realities of supporting children who are currently, or aspire to, launch their own beauty brands. Topics to include: What support looks like as a parent; Navigating protectiveness & constructive criticism; Managing their interaction with consumers on social media as a young entrepreneur, etc.
Most of us don’t forget to wrap our hair before we sleep. But are you taking care of your skin with the same energy? Join us as Felicia Walker breaks down the essentials of a skincare routine that is easy and works for you! Olay is proud to provide solutions for any of your skincare concerns! If you like what you see, get a free stick mask when you purchase with the code ESSENCE.
Whether on the screen or through activism, Dominique Jackson and Dashaun Wesley are no strangers to slaying. As we celebrate Pride Month, the two sit down for an intimate discussion on inclusion and equality within the beauty industry, the community’s mirrored struggle with social biases, and how to own your truth and live unapologetically.
Moderator LaChina Robinson interviews Jemele Hill and Cari Champion African-American women in broadcast media are constantly challenged by society’s mainstream views of beauty and their beliefs about who can take up space and have a voice. These two media powerhouses, and friends, Jemele Hill and Cari Champion discuss how they’re forging their own paths to success, taking control of their own narratives during this pandemic, and battling the sportscasting industry’s limiting views on beauty and authority for Black women.
Join the carnival and celebrate your beauty! Watch tutorials from top beauty experts and hear curated conversations about personal care and self-image from your favorite celebrities and influencers. Beauty Carnival shows busy women of all ages how to make self-care a priority.