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When it comes to implementing a little color into our wardrobes, some of us can be a little hesitant. But once you find the right hue for your skin, there should be no stopping you… Check out the celebrities who aren’t afraid to be seen in green or any other shade.
Tia and Tamera
Remember these ladies? Well, besides starring on “Sister, Sister” in the 90′s, they have come full circle with their wardrobe. They are showing off their new Spring promo looks for Season 2 of ”Tia and Tamera,” premiering in June. This season, the reality show chronicles everything from Tamera’s new marriage to Tia’s career as a now working mother. Spring has sprung for sure!
Oh how we love a red matte lip. Particularly when it’s paired with dewy skin—we just love the contrast in textures…so fresh, so HOT! Totally inspired by Rihanna and her crimson pout that’s been seen out and about the last few days, here’s 4 matte red lip colors to rock this week.
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If fashion is a form of self-expression then what does your attire say about your level of expression?
What do I mean? Allow me to explain.
As I recently browsed the premiere fashion magazines for the latest fall trends, I got excited about this seasons’ fashions. From polka dot prints and military inspired threads to utilitarian comfort, I loved it all! But I loved it for someone other than me.
Considering myself slightly fashion-forward and a self-proclaimed fashionista, I immediately had to question my fashion insecurity and even asked a few other fashion lovers their opinions on the latest fall trends. Surprisingly, their answers were somewhat similar to mine and all carried the same theme “I like the styles, but it’s not really my style’. This only lead me to wonder, do some of us black women, play it too safe when it comes to fashion?
Fashion evolves. It’s fun and is one of the first things people notice when they see you. I don’t consider myself an uncreative bore. So why should my style suggest otherwise?
The truth is some of us like feathers, slightly uncoordinated color combinations, frilly skirts and all. But if your name isn’t Rihanna or you aren’t a child of Jada or Will Smith, chances are the freedom of fashion self-expression wasn’t embedded in your head.