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Last Week, The Best Beauty Looks Spoke Of Strength In Different Shades

Last Week, The Best Beauty Looks Spoke Of Strength In Different Shades


In the words of Stephanie Lahart, “Melanin is an incomparable beauty” and the best beauty looks from last week prove this. With an array of rich and ethereal face beats accompanied by lush hairstyles, our Instagram feeds were ignited. Not only did the individual looks stand out in their own forms, but they spoke of strength in all shades. Latest makeup looks and beauty trends for black women.

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Effortlessly coming for our edges––literally, American singer and dancer Normani served us goals with a sleek braided look for her feature in Teen Vogue’s October 2020 issue. Even more exciting, the star’s take on the feathered brow trend was elegant and perfect!  

Also raising the bar and giving us “big hair don’t care” vibes, budding singer/songwriter and actress Tanerélle blew us away with a bigger than life Afro. Not only did it uplift the naturalista train in divine ways, but her intricate facial features added the perfect level of je ne sais quoi to her natural-inspired makeup look. 


Kicking off the makeup game with a bang, ex-Big Brother Naija star Rebecca Nengi Hampson gave life to the phrase “let your eyes do the talking.” With skin work that screams sultry and a pair of whimsical lashes, her look was both glamorous and intense. Giving off subtle glam on the opposite end of the makeup spectrum, Cape Verdean-American model and current Miss New York, Andreia Gibau was a sight to behold in a matte and nude look.  

Playfully rooting for unconventionality, Nigerian fashion model Daberechi Ukoha-Kalu rocked a blue metallic eyeshadow that we can’t wait to copy. Her overall look seemed perfect and regal for the dark-skinned muse. 

Check out the best beauty looks from last week…


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divine time

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have you listened to Nothing Without You though?

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One of my most asked questions is if I feel pressure going into Miss USA? Well, the answer to that is yes & no. I feel enough pressure to keep me motivated, but not enough pressure to lose myself in the process. One of the many things I’ve learned along the way is to be true to who you are no matter what and that makes for the best journey. ⁣ ⁣ My purpose is far greater than Miss USA. It’s truly to positivitely contribute to society & inspire people. It is what I do and what I will continue to do. ⁣ ⁣ Also, I know what it feels like to win and I know what it feels like to lose. I’m at peace with either outcome because I have the utmost faith in God. For me to go from my humble upbringing and be where I am today, I’m truly in awe and just so grateful. To anyone inspired by my journey thus far, know that you, too, have all the power inside of you to achieve your dreams and that who you are is always more than enough. I’m seriously no different than you. Whatever platform you have, little or large, there’s always someone watching and you can always make a difference.⁣ ⁣ MUA: @lisa_opie @beautybyladycode @theladycodeshop ⁣⁣ Photographer: @franzorban ⁣ Top: @lacycoe⁣ Hair color: @yukselsahinny

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