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This month I am coming back with a new Woman Crush Wednesday that opened my eyes to an entirely new spectrum of black women and their hair. I had the pleasure to e-meet entrepreneur, blogger, influencer, and mother of 2 beautiful princesses, Mrs. Gina Atinuke Knight. During our conversation, she opens up about how hair allowed her to connect with her roots, her journey into CCCA, and her willingness to encourage women to embrace themselves as their authentic selves. 

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It is well known that colors have a big influence on us. Whether it’s physiological or psychological, they can transform our lives in the best way possible. Colors changed the life of the vibrant Elvine Ohlalah. The 30 years old French Youtuber with Gabonese origins grew up in a small town of France where being different never was uplifted.  If she could say something to her 15 years old self she would tell her that she is beautiful. Growing up, she felt like the black sheep in her school and family where she felt a lot apart.   “When I was...

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Every week, I will share a curly hair journey on #WomenCurlsWednesday. For the first story is the one of the dancer and model Amelye Solange that looked back on her journey.

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Last night, I went to sleep with so many memories and feelings about my past weeks, especially the days that we’ve spent in Portobello Market. We started our adventure on April 25th with the famous local saxophonist Ray Carless that gave us a little space on his table. On May 15th, we made our official entry under the Canopy of Portobello Market with our own stall.

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Beauty magazine have forever boasted tips on how to get healthy, strong hair. However, caring for your hair is not only a cosmetic choice, it can also be a spiritual one. 

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