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    NeNe Leakes Makes Appearance with Fashion Fair Cosmetics

    Fashion Fair Partners with Cinderella on Broadway


     NeNe Leakes Makes Appearance with Fashion Fair Cosmetics



    On Thursday, December 4, Fashion Fair Cosmetics, the largest Black-owned cosmetics company in the world, celebrated its partnership with Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella, the Tony Award®-winning Broadway musical.

    “As a longtime fan of the play, I am extremely excited that our brand had the opportunity to partner with Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella as the production welcomes NeNe Leakes to the cast,” said Amy Hilliard, president of Fashion Fair Cosmetics. “As the first cosmetic brand developed specifically for women of color, it’s an honor to partner with this play as we all welcome the first Black Cinderella on Broadway,” she continued.

    As part of the partnership, Fashion Fair Cosmetics launched the Cinderella Collection, a selection of Fashion Fair looks inspired by the play. The collection is currently featured exclusively in select Macy’s locations in the New York Tri-State area from now until the end of the year.

    To celebrate the partnership, Fashion Fair hosted a meet and greet and makeover event with NeNe Leakes, at Macy’s Herald’s Square on December 4. Leakes plays the evil stepmother, Madame in the production, and is known for staring in the reality hit series, Real Housewives of Atlanta, on Bravo.

    During the event, Leakes showcased a signature look from the collection as she greeted Fashion Fair customers. Guests also had the opportunity to receive makeovers from the talented Fashion Fair makeup artists, such as Tia Dantzler, celebrity makeup artist and Fashion Fair global creative director.

    Fashion Fair and Cinderella also sponsored a raffle for a prize of two tickets to the Cinderella Broadway play.


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    (BPRW) Procter & Gamble’s My Black is Beautiful Celebrates Beauty in Action for Essence Festival’s 20th Anniversary


    (BLACK PR WIRE) – CINCINNATI--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- My Black Is Beautiful (MBIB), a long-term, community-building program created by Procter & Gamble to spark a broader dialogue around Black beauty, will celebrate its seventh year as a title sponsor of the Essence Festival by inspiring attendees to put their “Beauty into Action” during the holiday weekend and beyond. MBIB also will create hands-on, engaging experiences for festival goers that deliver beauty in action in creative ways by connecting attendees with their favorite beauty and household products. These experiences range from MBIB booth makeovers, transformational and “Beauty In Action” programming, celebrity meet-and-greets, social media surprise gifting, influencer interviews, expert panels, main stage moments. The brand will also introduce its six newly crowned “MBIB” Ambassadors to consumers on July 4 and they will be on hand throughout the weekend to motivate, excite and galvanize attendees to affect positive change in their local community.

    As part of its purpose-inspired “Imagine A Future” program - created to reach and teach one million Black girls over three years to believe that their Black is beautiful - MBIB is commemorating the last year of this three-year program with the “Beauty In Action” Challenge designed to engage the community to put their beauty in action everyday. MBIB will encourage Essence Festival attendees to accept the “Challenge” and provide confidence building engagement activities throughout the event.

    “The P&G My Black is Beautiful family is honored to celebrate Essence Festival’s 20th anniversary with thousands of extraordinary women who put their beauty in action daily,” said Grace Janes, Brand Manager, My Black Is Beautiful. “We look forward to inspiring more phenomenal women this year to join the movement and help us achieve our goal of reaching and teaching one million girls to believe their black is beautiful.”

    A key component of the MBIB Essence Festival experience is the signature beauty experience booth. Centered around the “Beauty in Action” theme, beauty and lifestyle brands CoverGirl Queen Collection, Pantene, Olay and Clairol Professional are offering free makeovers, consultations and expert advice on personal grooming and styling. Guests also will be treated to swag beauty bags and a unique social photo experience designed to compel them to share their inner and outer beauty with the world. The new “MBIB” Ambassadors will also be on hand to share their inspiring stories and community plans with attendees. The MBIB booth will also include a live social news station to bring the “best of” MBIB and Essence Music Festival moments to the community live and in real time.

    For the third year in a row, fabric and home care brands Gain, Charmin and Bounty are also getting in on the celebration. Gain will be bringing “Music to Your Nose” moments to the MBIB booth with special appearances of DJ Kiss and reality TV Gainiacs, the Braxton Sisters. Local radio DJ Mixx Maestro will be spinning joy-filled tunes throughout the weekend to keep guests energized and a scent expert will take consumers through a bio-metric interactive experience that shows how smelling Gain flings! evokes the same feelings as listening to your favorite song. Guests will also receive a sample of the new Gain flings! laundry pacs to add a bit of joy to laundry day.

    Charmin and Bounty are extending the excitement beyond the booth with their take over of two of Essence Festival’s highest trafficked event areas: the bathrooms and the food court. Charmin is upgrading key bathroom stalls within the Convention Center by replacing the standard stall tissue with Charmin Ultra Soft and Charmin Ultra Strong Mega Rolls. Charmin’s ‘Leonard the Bear’ will also make a special appearance throughout the festivities to delight attendees and their kids. Bounty is bringing a touch of home to the basic Convention Center food-court ascetic by adding table décor and Bounty Select-A-Size rolls to enhance the enjoyment of the famed New Orleans cuisine options.

    MBIB is also excited to team up again with Walmart, a like-minded partner that recognizes and caters to the unique needs of African-American women. Together, MBIB and Walmart will share booth experiences that include gift card giveaways, celebrity appearances and customized entertainment for 400,000 consumers to build buzz around “Beauty In Action.” MBIB will also host informative panel discussions with African-American influencers at the Walmart’s Live Stage booth.

    To celebrate Essence Festival’s 20th anniversary, MBIB will also host an intimate transformational “Beauty In Action” dinner on July 5th in New Orlean’s Red Light District with motivational speaker Lisa Nichols. Nichols will invite attendees to join the “Beauty In Action” movement she helped spearhead, to help realize the MBIB vision and put their beauty in action to reach and teach one million Black girls. Additionally, the six new MBIB Ambassadors share their plans to help pay it forward within their local communities.

    Over the past seven years, the MBIB movement has grown to motivate more than 1.8 million Black women to help change the conversation around Black beauty by addressing the associated societal and cultural stigmas associated with it and self-image.

    To learn more about MBIB partner brands and the “Imagine A Future” initiative, join MBIB and change the conversation visit myblackisbeautiful.com and follow us on facebook.com/MBIB, Instagram (@MBIB) and Twitter (@MBIB), using hashtags #MBIB and #BIAJourney. There, consumers will be able to find updates on MBIB activities at Essence Festival and keep up with “Imagine A Future” news and resources. Consumers also can download the “Imagine A Future” discussion and facilitator’s guides and view the Imagine A Future documentary on YouTube/mbibvideo.

    About Procter & Gamble
    P&G serves approximately 4.8 billion people around the world with its brands. The Company has one of the strongest portfolios of trusted, quality, leadership brands, including Always®, Ambi Pur®, Ariel®, Bounty®, Charmin®, Crest®, Dawn®, Downy®, Duracell®, Fairy®, Febreze®, Gain®, Gillette®, Head & Shoulders®, Lenor®, Olay®, Oral-B®, Pampers®, Pantene®, SK-II®, Tide®, Vicks®, Wella® and Whisper®. The P&G community includes operations in approximately 70 countries worldwide. Please visit http://www.pg.com for the latest news and in-depth information about P&G and its brands.

    Source: Procter & Gamble


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    P&G’s My Black is Beautiful
    at this year’s Essence Festival!


    P&G’s My Black is Beautiful at this year’s Essence Festival! P&G’s My Black is Beautiful (MBIB) will kick off its 3rd year of its purpose-inspired initiative Imagine A Future at the Essence Festival’s 20th Anniversary by introducing its “Beauty In Action” theme to Festival attendees.

    Throughout the weekend MBIB will connect attendees with their favorite personal care and beauty brands through a series of engaging activities. Including signature makeovers, celebrity meet-and greets, surprise gifting, influencer interviews, expert panels and social media contests. MBIB will also host special influencer only makeover appointments.

    Motivational speaker Lisa Nichols will visit the Convention Center MBIB Booth and moderate a panel at 3pm. Lisa Nichols will also host a private dinner on July 5th.

    Preceding the dinner, a scent filled GAIN flings! “Music to Your Nose” cocktail reception hosted by The Braxton’s. Trina, Traci, Towanda and Tamar Braxton will be on hand to take photos with attendees and will share the moments with the crowd! GAIN flings! will also take over the Superdome’s Main Stage the evening of July 5 for a fun round of Braxton “Twitter Trivia”.

    The MBIB movement has grown to incited more than 1.7 million Black women to help change the conversation around Black beauty. MBIB is proud to continue this tradition by inspiring the women of Essence Festival to join the movement.




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    Fashion Fair Cosmetics Appoints
    Tia Dantzler as Creative Director


    CHICAGO (February 28, 2014) — Fashion Fair Cosmetics, the first and largest Black-owned cosmetics company in the world, is proud to announce the appointment of celebrity make-up artist, Tia Dantzler, as the new global creative director for the company.

    Tia Dantzler
    Tia Dantzler



    As global creative director for Fashion Fair Cosmetics, Dantzler will assist in developing, marketing and creating products, in addition to leading training initiatives for the established beauty brand. She will also show new and existing customers how to Say Yes to their individual beauty in new and innovative how-to instructional videos hosted on the Fashion Fair site and via social media.

    Dantzler comes to the company with 12 years of experience in the industry, and is a trusted beauty brand influencer who has helped to introduce new and established products to a broader audience. She has traveled the world as the personal make-up artist to notables, entertainers and celebrities, such as President Barack Obama, Jennifer Hudson, Viola Davis, Keke Palmer, Tika Sumpter, Mary Mary, Sherri Shepard, Jurnee Smollett, Maxwell, Kanye West and Lee Daniels.

    Dantzler also has expansive experience on the editorial side, with credits that include the covers and pages of magazines such as Vogue, Life, GQ, Essence and GLAMOUR. Her expert advice was also featured in top fashion magazines such as Elle, Cosmopolitan and InStyle. Her work can be seen on a number of media platforms such as film, television, music videos, advertising campaigns and on red carpets; and she has collaborated with a host of famed photographers such as Annie Leibovitz, Matthew Rolston, Peggy Sirota, Norman Jean Roy, James White, Mark Seliger and Robert Erdmann. In 2013, Tia Dantzler produced her first instructional DVD titled, Red Carpet Beauty Secrets, which highlights her trademark techniques and borrows from her stellar career as a celebrity make-up artist and groomer.

    “We are thrilled to bring Tia Dantzler on board as our global creative director and look forward to her expert ideas for the line as we continue to re-launch the Fashion Fair Cosmetics brand, grow the business and further enhance its position as a leader in the industry,” said President of Fashion Fair Cosmetics, Amy Hilliard.

    “I'm extremely excited to be partnering with such a respected brand,” said Dantzler. “I look forward to contributing to its continued development as the company continues to grow and expand. It's an enormous opportunity.”

    Dantzler started her position with Fashion Fair Cosmetics on February 1, 2014.

    About Fashion Fair Cosmetics:
    Fashion Fair Cosmetics is the first and largest Black-owned cosmetics company in the world. The company began in 1973 as part of Johnson Publishing Company, the preeminent publisher of EBONY and JET magazines, to address the lack of cosmetic products on the market for women of color. Fashion Fair Cosmetics remains deeply rooted in the African-American experience. The brand's focus remains dedicated to offering products, services and education that address the unique complexion needs for women with deeper skin tones. The line can be found in department stores across the United States as well as in Canada, the United Kingdom, countries in Africa, the Caribbean, France and other countries around the world. For more information, visit FashionFair.com.


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    Start The New Year With A New You Using Camille Rose Naturals!

    - Organic Body and Hair Products for the Holistic Girl within You -

    Camille Rose Naturals



    Keep your New Year’s resolution diet intact this year and bring your favorite desserts straight to your hair and body products! Camille Rose Naturals is a delightful collection of products ranging from whipped body butters to deep conditioning masks that will satisfy all of your sweet cravings!

    Specializing in holistic health, wellness and beauty products, Camille Rose Naturals only uses all natural ingredients making the line ideal for the organic girl! Popular products from the line include an Algae Renew Deep Conditioning Mask, infused with ingredients that will prevent hair from thinning, breaking and shedding, a Sunkissed Whipped Body Butter, a Carmel Cleansing Conditioner, and a Honey and Peppermint Shampoo.

    For more information on Camille Rose Naturals, please visit http://www.camillerosenaturals.com/


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    'Foundation' Laid for Georgia's Makeup Industry at Inaugural PMAC Show


    PMAC Show
    Maha Hardison accepts her winning trophy for her peacock design at the 2013 PMAC Master Le Maquillage Body Art Competition.


    PROFESSIONAL MAKEUP ARTIST CONFERENCE (PMAC)
    Phillip Mosby
    678-871-PMAC (7622)
    www.pmacshow.com


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    Professional Makeup Artist Conference (PMAC)


     Professional Makeup Artist Conference


    "Professional Makeup Artist Conference will lay a solid foundation designed to build unity within Atlanta’s makeup community. As Atlanta’s Film and Television industry grows exponentially, we want not only to expose the vast amount of talent that is holding down the foundation of the Georgia entertainment industry, but to teach, mentor, and expand newer artists on a higher level towards global thinking.'
    ~Gwynnis Mosby, PMAC Founder and Visionary

    On November 16 - 17, the inaugural Professional Makeup Artist Conference (PMAC) will host five makeup competitions (Body Art. Bridal, Haute Couture, Special FX, and Fantasy), host a series of classes and educational panels led by A-list makeup artists specializing in major motion picture, television productions, high fashion runway and/or commercial print, and deliver a red carpet fashion and awards show awarding one top legend and eight highly-regarded masters of makeup.

    The PMAC show will be held at Le Fais do-do Event Center located 1611 Ellsworth Industrial Blvd. Atlanta, GA 30318.

    Created by legendary celebrity makeup professional, visionary and founder, Gwynnis Mosby who is responsible for almost two decades of professional makeup expertise for top-selling GRAMMY & BILLBOARD-charting musicians such as TLC, Usher, Faith Evans, Toni Braxton, Monica, Tupac, and A-List celebrities like Bill Cosby, Perri “Pebbles” Reid, the PMAC show encompasses all facets of the trade and will host multiple vendors supplying a wide variety of cutting edge, exclusive makeup supplies and products.

    Makeup artist participants include: Gwynnis Mosby, Reggie Wells, D’Andre Michael, Roy Wooley, Toby Sells, Natalie Spencer, Patrice G. Coleman, Cheryl Thomas, Linda Dupree, Yvonne Eagle, Aubrey Campbell, Lay’Na Anderson, Jusan Jones, Tara Hardy, Megan Dougherty, Eva Jane Bunkley, Courtney Hammond, Rio Sirah, Keitric Starks, Mabry Williamson, Ernest Washington, Mary Washington, Myron Kyrs, Lou Freeman, Selena Evans Miller, Marnie Wilson, Cynthia Chapman, Elanor Morris, Rosemary Kimble, Sheldon Horton, Keitric Starks, Denise Tunnell, Jeremy Dell, Kelvin Myers, Manuel Torres, Char Coates Crump, Malika James, Alex Lucas, and Nyssa Green.

    http://www.pmacshow.com


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    L’ORÉAL USA AND
    THE AMERICAN CONFERENCE ON DIVERSITY CO-HOSTED FORUM
    “REFLECTIONS ON DIVERSITY: DEFINING MOMENTS”


    - Diversity Experts Revealed Best Practices -

    “Diversity Management has had many defining moments,” said Angela Guy, Senior Vice President of Diversity & Inclusion at L’Oréal USA upon welcoming nearly 100 guests to The invitation-only forum, “Reflections on Diversity: Defining Moments,” co-hosted with The American Conference on Diversity at L’Oréal USA New Jersey headquarters on Thursday, June 6, 2013.

    The event was part of the American Conference on Diversity’s 65th anniversary celebration. Attendees included chief diversity officers, EEO and affirmative-action officers, diversity recruiters and human resource professionals from throughout New Jersey. Participants took the opportunity to network and learn best practices in workplace diversity issues from leaders in the profession.

    “A key defining moment for L’Oréal was the formalization of a US Diversity team in 2002 that defined L’Oréal’s efforts in Diversity as a key strategic driver for our business. We are proud that L’Oréal USA set the standard and continues to be a role model for its initiatives and approach across 24 countries, worldwide,” said Ms. Guy.

    “Today we are on a mission to make beauty inclusive and your participation in this afternoon’s discussion supports this effort,” Ms. Guy concluded.


    Angela Guy


    Angela Guy, Senior Vice President of Diversity & Inclusion at L’Oréal USA delivers opening remarks to nearly 100 guests at the invitation-only forum, “Reflections on Diversity: Defining Moments,” held at L’Oréal USA New Jersey headquarters.
    Award-winning researcher Dr. Patrick F. McKay

    Award-winning researcher Dr. Patrick F. McKay, Professor of Human Resource Management and Chair of the Human Resource Management department in the school of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, shared data that revealed the value of diversity in bottom-line performance.



    New Jersey Department of Higher Education

    Presenters included, left to right:

    New Jersey Department of Higher Education Chief of Staff Elizabeth Garlatti; INSIGHT Into Diversity Co-Publisher Lenore Pearlstein; American Conference on Diversity President and CEO Elizabeth Williams-Riley; Rutgers University researcher Dr. Patrick F. McKay; Angela Guy, Senior Vice President of Diversity & Inclusion at L’Oréal USA, and INSIGHT Into Diversity Co-Publisher Holly Mendelson.







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    (BPRW) HairSaché LLC Makes HerCase Available for Sale


    - One-of-a-Kind Storage Case for Keeping Beauty Secrets Fashionably Discreet -

    (BLACK PR WIRE) – HairSaché LLC has launched the Doshia® brand Original HerCase Collection® providing women of all ages with a fashionably discreet, light-weight and easy-to-use “multi-storage solution” for beauty and cosmetic products ranging from wigs, clip-ons, hair pieces, and hair extensions, to make-up, jewelry, and other personal care essentials such as combs, brushes, and satin caps.

    If you’re puzzled on where to store your cosmetics, wigs, hair pieces or accessories while at home or traveling, HerCase may be the perfect solution. This revolutionary product was designed by Pamela A. Reid, an avid user of various beauty and hair care products, and President and CEO of HairSaché LLC.

    Original HerCase Collection®
    Reid is a Miami Dade College North Campus graduate and Florida Atlantic University senior majoring in Psychology, who has been using fashion wigs for many years. She became “very disappointed” after she amassed a collection of fabulous wigs and hair pieces and found no suitable storage products online, in boutiques, and in beauty supply stores. Her dismay led her to ask friends and representatives of major brand wig manufacturers about where to find wig storage products. After not finding a solution that met her needs, she took matters into her own hands and designed the Original HerCase Collection® which she affectionately labeled the Doshia® brand.

    The Original HerCase Collection® comes in four different eye-catching colors: Bodacious Burgundy, Chic Black, Golden Cheetah and Sassy Zebra. It has evolved into a stylishly sleek, one-of-a-kind case, combining fashion and convenience for the woman on the go. It is ideal for anyone who uses any beauty, cosmetic, and personal care products at home or while traveling.

    The Original HerCase® was designed to discreetly store and carry beauty and cosmetic essentials ranging from wigs and hair extensions, to skin-care creams, lotions, powders, perfumes, lipsticks, nail polish, hair sprays and gels, and much more. It is also perfect for storing jewelry including brooches, rings, necklaces, earrings, and bracelets.

    “The Original HerCase ® is about the size of a notebook computer case. It is discreet, light-weight, easy to-use and requires no assembly - making a perfect any occasion gift for mom, sister, aunt, cousin, friend, yourself, or anyone else,” said Reid. “The collection is a smart solution for keeping your valuables organized, all while staying fashionably forward.”

    Committed to making her product a “brand slam,” Reid sought mentoring from John E. Brown, co-founder of the Pepsom Group of Miami and former Revlon marketing executive - an experience she describes as invaluable given Brown’s expert knowledge of the beauty supply industry.

    “I have been selling beauty products for over 35 years, but never worked with such a determined and dedicated professional as Reid,” said Brown. “I have very high expectations of the new exciting Doshia® line because it serves a much needed purpose.” Brown went on to add that “women need a storage and traveling system for their wigs, hair pieces and other beauty products and that he wishes Reid and the company much success.”

    Reid has taken Brown’s advice to heart and implemented his suggestions including becoming a certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) by the South Florida Minority Supplier Development Council (SFMSDC). Reid formally claimed the Original HerCase® invention by filing for U.S. trademark protection.

    What Makes Original HerCase® Different
    The Original HerCase is uniquely designed-not just another hollow case with a few pockets. It features a built-in mirror and spacious individualized storage compartments that comfortably store a number of cosmetic and beauty essentials, including jewelry items. Each compartment has a mesh window allowing the user to easily see and remove the product of their choice. Two zippered mesh pockets are located below the mirror for storing additional smaller essentials. The inside back panel of the HerCase has three elastic holders for securing one or more accessories.

    Doshia® Brand
    Reid attributes her entrepreneurial success to the strong guidance and inspiration provided by her mother and mentor, Teddie Laing, who urged Reid to “develop and bring her innovative beauty storage solution to the market.” Recognizing the childhood name given to Teddie by her late parents, the Original HerCase Collection® will be sold under the Doshia® brand in retail outlets including boutiques, beauty supply stores, and specialty stores nationally, as well as online. Reid’s husband, Pierre Dorcius, has a very significant role helping oversee the family-owned business.

    Where to buy Original HerCase Collection®
    The Original HerCase suggested retail price is $39.99 and may be purchased online at www.OriginalHerCase.com, where PayPal and major credit cards are accepted. Shipping is free. Customers may use coupon code: OYXYE and get 25% off until September 30, 2012, which is just in time for holiday shopping. The Original HerCase may also be purchased in select South Florida beauty supply stores, listed below. The Doshia brand Original HerCase may be followed on FaceBook, YouTube and Twitter.

    Listed below are South Florida Beauty Supply Stores that carry the Doshia brand Original HerCase:

    C3 Career Consignment Clothiers
    12735 Biscayne Boulevard
    North Miami Beach, FL 33181
    305.773.1129

    Classy Girl Beauty Supply
    305 South State Road 7
    Margate, FL 33068
    954.532.5475

    Discount Beauty Supply
    1703 NW 119th Street
    Miami, FL 33167
    305.769.2350

    Sarah Beauty Supply
    5436 North University Drive
    Lauderhill, FL 33351
    954.617.9929

    The Beauty Supply Warehouse
    2121 North State Road 7
    Lauderhill, FL 33313
    954.714.9611

    For more information on the Original HerCase Collection®, please visit the website at www.OriginalHerCase.com.

    Contact Information
    Bernadette Morris
    Sonshine Communications
    T: (305) 948-8063, ext. 201
    E: bmorris@sonshine.com

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BLACK - AFRICAN AMERICAN COSMETICS
   

  1. Abantu ...
    Abantu.com is North America's largest hair and skin care, cosmetics and braiding accessories store for black women and men.
    http://abantu.com/

  2. ADU School of Cosmetology ...
    ADU School of Cosmetology information.
    http://www.aduschool.com/

  3. African American Makeup Artist in Miami Florida ...
    On location hair styling and makeup artistry. Red Carpet results and nothing less. Airbrush makeup, eyelashes & hair extensions are amoung the many services offered. The proof is in our work call today!
    http://www.alluringfaces.com/

  4. Annette 2 Cosmetiques ...
    Annette 2 Cosmetiques conceived and developed a unique cosmetic formulated specifically for people of color.


  5. Aularale ...
    Aularale Cosmetics is a direct sales cosmetics company. Our headquarters is in Atlanta, Georgia, and the company is owned by the husband and wife team of Alton and Joanne Trawick.
    http://www.aularale.com/

  6. Baby Girl Cosmetics ...
    Baby Girl Cosmetics,LLC is a line of Cosmetics, Haircare & Bodycare formulated with skin-healthy ingredients for Beautiful Women of Color. Don't you want to be a "Baby Girl"...Beautiful!
    http://www.babygirlcosmetics.com/

  7. Beauty & Sugar ...
    Beauty and Sugar is a beauty and lifestyle blog focusing on natural skin care, makeup, simple and healthy living and great adventures.
    http://www.beautyandsugar.com/

  8. Beauty Noir Skincare and Cosmetics 4 Women of Color ...
    Featuring Flori Roberts, Iman and Interface Cosmetics, and Patti Labelle Fragrances.
    http://colormedirect.com/ReplicatedDefault.aspx

  9. b.l.a.c. minerals ...
    b.l.a.c. minerals is a mineral makeup line for women of color and ethnic backgrounds.Our products are pure,natural and free of irritating chemicals. We offer a comprehensive selection of shades and colors that complement the beautiful skin tones of ethnic women.
    http://www.blacminerals.com/

  10. Bronner Brothers Cosmetics ...
    The Bronner Bros. Enterprise consists of Bronner Bros. Beauty Products which include BB, African Royale and Nu Expressions product lines.
    http://www.bronnerbros.com/

  11. Cebon Cosmetics ...
    Custom blended for women of color, or any color.
    http://ceboncosmetics.com

  12. Char Braden Makeup Artist ...
    In need of a Makeup Artist? Please visit me online.
    http://www.charbraden.com/

  13. Christopher Drummond Beauty ...
    A black-owned cosmetic company specializing in colors for ethnic skin.
    http://www.christopherdrummond.com/

  14. Deonna Jazz Hair & Makeup Studio ...
    When you visit Deonna Jazz hair & Makeup Studio, our friendly, helpful staff will answer your questions and make suggestions on how to best serve you. Norfolk, VA.
    http://www.deonnajazzstudio.com/

  15. Dianne O ...
    Top stylist, makeup and hair designer for the Hollywood film and fashion industries.
    http://www.dianneo.com/

  16. Dudley Products ...
    Dudley Products, Inc., a multi-million dollar Hair Care and Cosmetics company offering professional products to professionals and training for cosmetologists.
    http://www.dudleyq.com/

  17. Fashion Fair Cosmetics ...
    Fashion Fair Cosmetics online.
    http://www.fashionfaircosmetics.com/

  18. Flori Roberts ...
    First African American brand in department stores is now the beauty destination for all women of color, with cosmetics formulated specifically for deeper skin tones. Here you can shop for your favorite products and get the latest makeup and skincare tips.
    http://www.floriroberts.com/

  19. Great Face Cafe ...
    Shop for prestige cosmetics for women of color, makeup, skin care and gifts. Expert advice on beauty tips.
    http://www.greatfacecafe.com

  20. Hair by Sapphire ...
    Motion Picture Hair Stylist/Hair Extension Specialist Available to Provide any hairstyle & Beauty Make-up. Swift, energetic, creative, punctual, professional. Works well under stiff deadlines with team or alone. Can take charge. Travels worldwide.
    http://www.hairbysapphire.com/

  21. Image & You ...
    Image & You is your online source for Aularale Skin Care Cosmetics. Place your order with us for fast and efficient delivery.
    http://www.imageandyou.com/

  22. Iva's International...
    Skin care and cosmetics.
    http://www.ivasinternational.com/

  23. JES's Makeup Page ...
    My makeup based website with pictures and video(via youtube), showing the use of vivid colors and techniques for applying makeup.
    http://jesmakeup.googlepages.com/home

  24. Juvéderm ...
    Juvéderm™ is a next generation smooth gel dermal filler, from the creators of BOTOX® Cosmetic, which helps reduce facial wrinkles and folds such as smile lines and marionette lines.
    http://www.juvedermusa.com/

  25. Lena G Creative Design ...
    Specializing in make-up for bridal, fashion and television, fashion. Lena G has worked a plethora of fashion shows and photo shoots. Whether her responsibilities take her on location to a motion picture set, television studio, video session or to a photographic makeup shoot for a magazine, Lena G. displays her mastery for creating the right look.
    http://www.lgcdinc.com/

  26. LooK Entysin ...
    Professional Makeup Artistry & Hairstlying for everday looks, teen, mature & special occassions. We offer an array of natural hair care services and makeup application classes/parties.
    http://www.lookentysin.com/Pages/default.aspx

  27. Love Afro Cosmetics ...
    We have run several afro cosmetic stores throughout Europe and have been well established for over 30 years now! Some of you may have even visited our hair extensions, hair products & cosmetic warehouses.
    http://www.loveafrocosmetics.com/

  28. Makeup and Beauty Secrets for Women of Color ...
    Learn to care for your skin and apply makeup like the Pros - New DVD.
    http://www.taskmedia.com/Isparkle.htm

  29. Makeup for Black Women.com ...
    Your #1 Source for Black Beauty Tips! Style & make up tips for black women.
    http://www.makeupforblackwomen.com/

  30. Mecca All Natural Cosmetics ...
    Professional makeup supplies.
    http://www.meccacosmetics.com/

  31. Monica Cook ...
    Monica Cook, a licensed, M.A.C. certified makeup artist, provides on-site Makeup services in the Annapolis, Baltimore, Maryland, Virginia, Washington DC area.
    http://www.monicacook.net/

  32. NBCL State Beauty Culturist Association of New York Inc. ...
    A group of professional Cosmetologists which have been together since 1941. The oldest and largest cosmetologist's organization in N. Y. S. Representing professional and retail leaders of the beauty industry.Affiliated with the National Beauty Culturist League, in Washington, D. C.
    http://sbcahair.hypermart.net/

  33. Organica Pure ...
    Online retailers of pure organic skin care products based on aloe vera, honey and cocoa.
    http://www.organicapure.com

  34. Prince Reigns ...
    Have ingrown hairs, razor bumps, etc ? Check this site for answers to your questions.
    http://www.princereigns.com

  35. Saffron Rouge - Organic Skin Care & Aromatherapy ...
    Saffronrouge provides a large variety of natural and organic skin care products.
    http://www.saffronrouge.com

  36. Scandalous Beauty Online ...
    Beauty insight and reviews created for African Americans, by an African American. Find out what products really work for us!
    http://scandalousbeauty.blogspot.com/

  37. Sherita's Signature Style ...
    Sherita Leslie is a national makeup artist/stylist based in Nashville,TN. Available for print,runway,video and bridal. She is also a published beauty expert and spokesmodel for various beauty and cosmetic companies.
    http://www.sheritaleslie.com/

  38. Soul Purpose Oasis ...
    Find information and products that are designed to inspire, soothe, rejuvenate and empower the very essence of you. Makeup expert.
    http://www.soulpurpose.net/esuite/home/healthyu/

  39. ViVi Cosmetics International ...
    Cosmetics designed by Black skin care therapists and make-up artists for the Afro Cosmpolitan women.
    http://www.vivicosmetics.com/
















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