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Last Week, The Internet Was Blessed With Exquisite Beauty By Black Women

Last Week, The Internet Was Blessed With Exquisite Beauty By Black Women

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We may be running out of words to describe the beauty of Black women, but it is evident that Black women are never running out of beauty. By formal definition, exquisite beauty means intensely, immensely, and extremely beautiful or delicate and the women on our best beauty list from last week are all that and more. 

The Hair Black women beauty.

It’s the hair for us as Black-ish actress Tracee Ellis Ross covered Elle magazine’s ‘The state of Black Beauty’. Her cornrows were done in dramatic plaits, with long braids varying in size, resting to the side of her head––with one braid transforming into a long kinky ponytail. So African, so original, and oh, so exquisite!

Still, on braids, American media personality and model, Choyce Brown’s braid chunks and huge Bantu knots were everything, so much so we couldn’t bring ourselves to pick one look. Why subject ourselves to such a hard choice? Her dewy, glowing skin, and her eyes were also goals! Choyce has been serving us some serious face lately. We’re full.

Skin & Makeup

You know you’re eating good with our weekly beauty round-offs, as it’s always a balanced diet. On the issue of food, we would love Nollywood actress, Sharon Ooja, to tell us about her diet because this SKIN! Sharon’s blonde bob hairstyle, nude lips, and glammed eyes just sit gracefully on her youthful skin and we need tips! We feel just the same about South African beauty and lifestyle influencer, Siyabunny. beauty

Perhaps we should talk a little more about skin work? Or how would you like fresh and perfectly set eye looks? Last week, our best fresh eye looks came from model Sydney Harper (single shot) and beauty influencer Hanihanss. We love how their light lashes effortlessly frame the eyes, bringing out all the natural beauty of a woman’s eyes. But there’s more!

Check out the exquisite beauty of these Black women…

Tracee Ellis Ross

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Sharon Ooja

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Acacia McBride and Sydney Harper

Siyabunny

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Haneefa Olasimbo

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Tonye

Choyce Brown

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Hanihanss

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Boma

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Sydney Harper


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