It’s no secret our Mane Musecrush Zendaya can pull off any cut, color or style. The girl has always had major swagger and style, and the beauty evolution ahead from our friends at Nylon is proof.
As the Black Lives Matter movement pushes on, Sharon Chuter–founder of UOMA Beauty–is demanding transparency in the beauty industry. She has an idea on how to hold brands accountable for their lack of diversity which you can read below. Plus, a lazy gal wave tutorial that only takes three minutes. See a selection from a few our fave media publishers this week!
How to Hold Brands Accountable For Their Lack of Diversity, According to Sharon Chuter
At the beginning of June, in response to an outpouring of beauty brands having voiced their support for the Black community following George Floyd's death, Uoma Beauty founder and CEO Sharon Chuter launched the Pull Up or Shut Up Challenge. Her goal was to challenge brands to publicly disclose the number of Black employees working in their offices and headquarters as a way to call attention to the fact that far too many of these companies have claimed to be allies, though their hiring practices don't always reflect that. Read full story here.
Zendaya's Beauty Evolution Proves She Can Pull Off Every Possible Hairstyle
My ambivalence to my hair has been well-documented on this blog. I truly can't get behind a style other than simply brushed, straight hair, and honestly, I think it's because I'm lazy when it comes to doing my hair. Read the full story here.