In 2020, Eye Shadow Sales Soar Thanks to Face Mask Mandates

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In 2020, the eyes have it. “It” being our attention and our spending dollars: Eye makeup sales are on the rise in the midst of a pandemic that has kept us largely indoors — and kept our mouths covered up when we do leave the house.

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Huda Beauty's #FauxFilter Foundation Stick Is Even Better Than the Original

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On October 21, Huda Beauty launches the #FauxFilter Skin Finish Foundation Stick, a new formulation of its best-selling liquid foundation. In this editor’s review, learn how to best apply the new Huda Beauty foundation and why it works for everyone.

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6 Times Regina Hall Proved She’s Comedy Gold

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Give Regina Hall all of her things.

It’s long been argued among the Black community that Regina Hall is the most underrated comedic actress of the modern era. Thanks to Showtime, she’s finally getting her just due. The Black Monday actress has just inked a first-look deal with the premium cabler and it couldn’t be more epic. 

With this new deal, she’ll develop projects via her Rh Negative banner. And of course she wouldn’t be a Black woman without already having her first such project already in the works: a one-hour comedy special that Hall will star in and executive produce.

Here are a few of her iconic roles throughout the years that helped solidify Hall’s status in Hollywood.

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The Internet Reacts To Ayesha Curry’s New Hair Color

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Ayesha Curry was trending once again yesterday morning as the entrepreneur and wife to basketball star Stephen Curry showcased a new look on her social media. Curry who usually rocks a dark hair color switched to blonde, but only temporarily she wrote in her Instagram caption.

Quickly after she posted her chic new look, the internet swarmed with opinions. “I actually like Ayesha Curry hair better blonde yall some haters,” a twitter user wrote in response to the comments about the change. Some users expressed their personal distaste in her look as well one writing, “I think Ayesha Curry looked better before.”

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Mom goes blonde (temporarily).

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After her fans caught word of the trolls, many more came to her defense, including her husband, ” You beautiful baby. And don’t let anyone tell you differently ok?” Stephen Curry wrote in her Instagram comments.

One thing about Steph Curry is he gonna always have Ayesha back. A HUSBAND!!! 🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/pHF3RussFf

— Ayesha Curry Updates (@AyeshaHive) October 19, 2020

Ayesha, outside of being and NBA wife has made a name for her own. Primarily being a force in the world of food, as well as being author has accompanied herself to a buzzy following. This unfortunately puts Curry in a group of celebrities that trend when any big beauty change is being made. Just in May, the mom of three showcased her beach ready body, but not without a swarm of opinions to follow.

Check out a few reactions below to Ayesha Curry’s new change and five pictures of the boss mom looking better than ever.

I actually like Ayesha Curry hair better blonde y’all some haters

— BB (@Brittany_Battin) October 20, 2020

Ayesha Curry is basically the LeBron James of basketball wives. No matter what she do, good, bad, or indifferent people always got sum to say. https://t.co/PfaPuLLeyH

— Chef BoyarDAN👨🏾‍🍳 (@DanielSunDon) October 19, 2020

Me looking at this Ayesha Curry picture trying to understand what the fuss is about. pic.twitter.com/QCgxmxzEpX

— kevikev (@KevCoke6) October 19, 2020

After everything that has happened in 2020, y’all still on here dragging Black women.And the sad part is, it’s mostly Black women attacking Ayesha Curry.So it’s only “protect Black women” when it’s a Black woman that y’all like. 🤔 pic.twitter.com/DfpjTqKLj5

— I AM KIARA (@OriginalFox_) October 19, 2020

I’m convinced people believe it’s their job to hate on Ayesha Curry. Just let her live her life, it’s her hair. I love The Curry Family, let them be 🙏🏽 pic.twitter.com/2SeAHezABA

— Mychal (@mychal3ts) October 19, 2020

I think Ayesha Curry looked better before……. pic.twitter.com/cT4wRxv262

— Mela-n8-ed (@lisagenae88) October 19, 2020

Ayesha Curry really became Ayesha Coleslaw

— Published Author (@Ter0me) October 19, 2020

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For Deidre Jefferies Banking on Style Meant Embracing Her True Calling

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Deidre Jefferies knows fashion inside and out. She tells ESSENCE that her interest in fashion began with her mother’s personal style, but a trip to a fashion trade show in Vegas opened her eyes to the vast potential for wealth-building in the fashion industry — a concept that piqued her interest immediately. “I could never stop thinking about it,” Jefferies says. “I could never stop wanting to do it.”

ESPION ATELIER

Jefferies’ initial brand launch is different from the understated luxury pieces we’ve come to know from her line today. She launched her first brand with a close friend, debuting the label at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York, and shortly after, was named Designer of the Year by The Washington Post and The Fashion Delegate. She went on to partner with luxury car brand, Rolls Royce, and attracted sponsors such as Coca-Cola and Smart Water.

However, after Jefferies and her then partner were unable to fulfill a large order from a buyer in New York, Jefferies had to go back to the drawing board. With the fast success of her label also came the realization that she needed to broaden her education about the business of fashion while also finding tangible financial resources. “We needed so much to get ready. And for me, getting ready was getting my education,” Jefferies says. When Jefferies relaunched with ESPION Atelier, the sleek pieces were heavily influenced by the polished and professional style of dress in Washington, DC, the luxury designer’s hometown, given the city’s close proximity to government entities. Though vinyl, gloves, shiny fabrics and bodycon silhouettes appear as key reference points in her designs, the brand maintains a classic and timeless appeal.

Despite the push for more representation in the fashion community, Black designers like Deidre continue to face significant barriers to success. From securing investors to establishing retail support, forgingtarget=”_blank” rel=”noreferrer noopener” aria-label=”Banking on Style (opens in a new tab)”>Banking on Style. This exciting program gave Jefferies and two fellow emerging fashion designers a platform to elevate their brands through a powerful collaboration and design contest.

ESSENCE got a chance to chat with Jefferies about her start in the fashion industry, the importance of educating new talent, and securing your finances as a designer.

ESPION ATELIER

ESSENCE: When did you realize you loved fashion?

Jefferies: I had a really fabulous mom that looked like Diana Ross every day. I don’t know why, but she was super fancy. I developed her taste and general love of clothing, but I didn’t necessarily want to be a fashion designer. I just was one of those people who knew how to put it together.

ESSENCE: How did you get started in designing?

Jefferies: My best friend and I got invited to Las Vegas to work at his booth at the MAGIC Convention. This was when brands like Sean John, Fubu and Rocawear were launching and we got to see how the manufacturing business really worked. At the same time, I realized I was good at sketching. So, after the convention, I started my first line with my best friend, but there was so much we didn’t know. We started with a big financial advancement from another friend, and we grew way too fast. We got into Henri Bendel before they became just an accessories shop, but in the end, we couldn’t raise the money to produce the clothing to fulfill their orders and we had to put the brand down. Later, I started over on my own with ESPION Atelier. Being knowledgeable in the fashion industry before entering is the most important thing. With my first launch, we had not established enough credit to have any factory take a chance on us—that was a hard lesson.

ESSENCE: What kind of financial requirements should an emerging designer know is associated with producing a luxury collection?

Jefferies: $60,000 a collection, easy. If you live at the luxury price point, you can’t skimp on the fabrics. All the details cost you an extra $40 per pattern, it’s a very expensive undertaking. Patterning can cost you up to a thousand dollars each garment in addition to what you pay for fabric and trim, so. So digital is really going to help us and designers coming after us. Now we’ll have a better way to do things because pattern making digitally will save you from cutting fabric.

ESSENCE: Discussing those hardships, how did you feel to be chosen for the Banking on Style initiative?

Jefferies: I slid off the couch and screamed. Getting that phone call was wonderful. I mean, it’s just amazing that it came from ESSENCE, because I’m crazy about the new ESSENCE. I was really honored to be chosen. And then once I learned more about the Advancing Black Pathways Initiative, I was really humbled.

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ESSENCE: What was your aesthetic when designing work wear for Chase Style?

Jefferies: I grew up in DC, where it’s kind of prim and proper because of all the government sectors here. We’re all White House proper when we have to go to work. But then, we’re a Black city, so you get to see the mix of that after work. I tried to give the collection a good sporty mix that was still very polished.

ESSENCE: What motivates you as a designer?

Jefferies: In the beginning, I was looking for a way to do what I love and build wealth for my family. My mindset was business first and then design, with God at the head of it all. As I began to research the “business of fashion,” I discovered that design was such a rich, multi-faceted, sector with unlimited creative opportunities… like magic, you could draw your dream life. As a creative with my own businesses, there are no limits, no parameters set for me to work within. Freedom is the ultimate blessing. Now that my brand is growing and its DNA has crystallized, my motivation is legacy building and using everything I’ve learned to help others.

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Meet The Black Woman Entrepreneur On A Mission To Build A Community Of ‘Milky Mamas’

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The issues of maternal and infant mortality in communities of color, particularly in the Black community, are often ignored.  It is no secret that Black mothers face a host of challenges to accessing quality maternal healthcare, regardless of socioeconomic standing and education level. With high profile cases like Serena Williams and Kira Dixon-Johnson (Judge Glenda Hatchett’s daughter-in-law), it has been repeatedly proven that this is linked to implicit bias, is a systemic problem and leads to Black maternal mortality rates being more than triple that of their white counterparts and considerably more than that of other races as well.

Though just as devastating to Black and Brown communities, there is rarely mention of how initiation into and sustained breastfeeding or a lack thereof impacts upon Black infant health and mortality rates or that of Black mothers. However, studies have shown that Black women are the least likely among women of all races to breastfeed on a whole and in the event that they do, it is rarely exclusive for the timeframe that they engage in the practice. As a result, Black babies are three times more likely to die than their counterparts of other races. Overall, they are more susceptible to sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), a host of life-threatening and sometimes lifelong medical conditions, including: asthma, respiratory infections, impaired vision, eczema, gastrointestinal infections, constipation, urinary tract infections, et al.

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Similarly, Black mothers who do not engage in breastfeeding are more likely to suffer from breast, endometrial and ovarian cancer; postpartum depression; diabetes; morbid obesity as a result of pregnancy/inability to lose pregnancy-related weight and other troubling medical health issues.

Enter Krystal Duhaney, CEO and founder of Milky Mama, who just recently claimed the top prize of $25,000 at the New Voices + Target Accelerators $100,000 Virtual Pitch Competition on September 25th. Milky Mama provides a wrap-around experience that improves the health and wellness of both mothers and infants, including online breastfeeding courses, a support group of over 25,000 mothers, virtual lactation consultations, weekly sessions with lactation consultants, and effective lactation supplements.

“Milky Mama…is going to have the greatest impact because this company and its founder, Krystal Duhaney, live their purpose. [Their purpose is] bringing awareness to the higher incidents of Black maternal deaths and infant mortality through their lactation supplement products and breastfeeding services…[and] what they are building is intentional about solving problems in the Black community.” said Richelieu Dennis, Chair of New Voices.

Krystal Duhaney, CEO, Milky Mamas

As a new mom who was having trouble with milk production and getting her baby to latch properly, Duhaney searched for guidance and support, seeking advice from her physician, son’s pediatrician, and other women about how to embrace breastfeeding. Duhaney struggled and found ways to cope throughout her breastfeeding journey with her son from 2012 to 2014. When she found herself battling the same issues after the birth of her daughter in 2015, she started researching foods that could support her on this journey.

Building a Purpose-Driven Business

As an avid baker, Duhaney developed recipes for baked goods and drinks that bolstered her milk supply. She quickly realized with the creation of her Emergency Brownie, that she could be a resource and community-builder for other breastfeeding moms, especially those who look like her.  She started posting about her products, creating an environment for breastfeeding moms to feel supported and Milky Mama was born in September 2015.

Just five short years, six employees and several products later, Duhaney has built a community that reaches over 500,000 “Milky Mamas” worldwide. Being a nurse, she felt it was important for her and her staff to become breastfeeding experts. As such, in 2018, Duhaney became an internationally certified lactation consultant and provided the opportunity for her entire team—of mostly bakers at the time—to become lactation consultants and doulas. 

“It was really important to me that everyone on my team was knowledgeable and passionate about breastfeeding. Everyone on my team is a mother and a woman of color […]. It’s important that we have a network of support that knows what they’re talking about. I wanted to see them grow and support their wishes and their needs for their own personal development,” Duhaney shared.

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Duhaney was spurred on by a desire to set a generational precedent in her own family, give her babies the best possible start and challenge the narratives around Black women and breastfeeding. She was determined that she and her babies were not going to fall victim to the potential fall-out associated with not breastfeeding. So, against her doctors’ counsel to just feed her baby formula, she pressed on and created a solution to the barriers of breastfeeding she faced and that solution was Milky Mama.

Purpose Filled and Pitch Ready

At the September 25th New Voices Foundation + Target Accelerators Pitch Competition, Duhaney shed light on her business and by extension, the breastfeeding-related issues plaguing many Black and Brown women. Performing a near-perfect pitch, wowing the judges with her breastfeeding and lactation expertise and a clear vision for Milky Mama LLC, Duhaney laid claim to the top prize of $25,000. In addition to the funding, Duhany will receive business coaching to help her further grow and scale her businesses from New Voices Foundation, which empowers women of color entrepreneurs to achieve business success through leadership and skills development, access to capital and networking opportunities, as well as other innovative leadership initiatives—at no cost to the entrepreneurs.

“For so long, I would post on Facebook and I wouldn’t show my face because I was afraid that if they knew I was Black, I wouldn’t get sales,” Duhaney recounted. Now, bravely standing  in the truth of who she is and the good work of her business, Duhaney goes live on Facebook every week for Milky Mama Q & A Mondays.

During the pitch competition, Duhaney was able to quickly enroll the judging panel as advocates of her brand. The three judges were Robbie Robinson, CEO and founder of Pendulum Holdings, LLC; Melanie Gatewood, Director of Enterprise Segmentation and Multicultural Merchandise at Target; and Ensa Huger, Partner and Founder of SEED.

Her pitch seemingly struck a personal chord with Gatewood, who shared, ““Milky Mama was one of the ones to think about the health disparities that Black women face day in and day out, especially knowing that many of the healthcare innovations that we see today were built on the bodies of slaves. Knowing that there are Black women in the industry working to provide solutions that aren’t just for Black women, but that can truly help us [Black women]…I love that!”

Robinson found that Duhaney’s pitch registered on a strategic business level as well and shared, “Milky Mama was by far a stand out…what she said was really powerful; she said ‘the information and the content is where you start and then you provide people with the product based on them buying into the information’…really, really smart and tactical. That’s how businesses like that are supposed to get built. By far, my favorite.’

Using the funds and coaching that she will receive, Duhaney is excited to continue the tradition of educating Black and Brown women around lactation through the Milky Mama Scholarship Fund. The fund was created to increase diversity and representation in the lactation field by increasing the number of Black internationally board certified lactation consultants. Just as she nurtures a growing community of lactation consultants and breastfeeding advocates, Duhaney looks forward to being nurtured by New Voices Foundation via its PACE (Purpose. Access. Capital. Expertise.) model and diverse programming—which, in addition to pitch competitions, includes entrepreneurial summits, accelerators, coaching, master classes, and more.

“[…] That’s probably the most exciting part, the coaching. I feel like we’ve built a good brand, but there’s always someone who can teach you something and always someone who can help you get to that next level. That’s what I’m looking for and what I’m so excited about,” she mused.

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The Most Shocking Celebrity Breakups

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Recently, actress Taraji P. Henson confirmed that she and her former fiancé Kelvin Hayden had split this year. Henson broke the news during an interview on The Breakfast Club, after host Charlamagne tha God asked her how women put up with drama in relationships.  From Solange and Alan Ferguson to Nick and Mariah, take a look back at some of the most surprising celebrity couple breakups through the years.

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Topicals Duo Review: This Skin-Care Brand Is Worth the Hype

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I think I just found my new favorite treatment for my eczema — and scored another serum to fade my dark marks. Topicals, a new skin-care brand created by Gen Zers, had its two first products — Like Butter and Faded — sell out at Nordstroom.com in 48 hours. We tested both products to see how they worked.

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Life Comes At You Fast: Perdue Mocking Of Kamala Harris Leads To Huge Ossoff Fundraising Haul

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Republican U.S. Sen. David Perdue thought he was doing something special when he mocked Sen. Kamala Harris’s name during a Trump rally in Macon, Georgia, last Friday. Instead, he sparked a movement that helped his opponent, Democratic Georgia Senate candidate Jon Ossoff, raise millions of dollars in a matter of days, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.

“Kamala? Kamala? Kamala-mala-mala? I don’t know. Whatever,” Perdue said as the MAGA crowd roared with laughter. Perdue claimed that the mispronunciation of the Democratic vice presidential nominee’s name was not intended as mockery. 

In response to the incident, #MyNameIs trended on Twitter and according to Ossoff’s campaign, they pulled in $1.8 million in the two days following the incident, the Hill reports.

#MyNameIs Pramila. It comes from the Sanskrit word “prem” which means love. The name is constantly mispronounced as is my last name. I only mind that when it is done willfully and continuously. Let’s build an inclusive America. Vote #BidenHarris2020. Our vote, our power.

— Pramila Jayapal (@PramilaJayapal) October 18, 2020

#MyNameIs Ilham, I prefer Ilhan. I never liked the M sound 😜. It means “Inspiration” in Arabic. My father named me Ilham and inspired me to lead a life of service to others. In his honor I am voting for an inspirational ticket over desperate and maddening one. https://t.co/jSiatHsj2X

— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) October 17, 2020

#MyNameIs Ted W. Lieu. The “W” is short for “Win-Ping” which in Mandarin means Cloud of Peace. Also, make sure you vote. And if you are voting by mail, don’t forget the stupid secrecy envelope if your state requires it.

— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) October 17, 2020

#MyNameIs Michelle Wing Kwan & in Chinese pinyin it's pronounced Guan Ying Shan. It means beautiful, strong and smart. What's not beautiful, strong or smart is mocking ppl for their 'foreign sounding' names. Join me in voting for @JoeBiden @KamalaHarris instead #Iwillvote

— Michelle Kwan (@MichelleWKwan) October 17, 2020

#MyNameIs Ayanna Soyini Pressley. My mother, may she rest in power, gave me this name which means beautiful flower in Swahili. She told me I’d make history and the world would learn how to say it right. https://t.co/H9joGm8akh

— Ayanna Pressley (@AyannaPressley) October 17, 2020

According to the AJC, Doug Emhoff, Harris’s husband, responded to Perdue during a campaign stop in Marietta, Georgia, on Sunday, saying, “Let me help what’s-his-face pronounce this: M-V-P. If he can’t remember her name, how about Madam Vice President?”

From Obama to Kamala, who knew that it was so hard for Republicans to say three syllables.

Kamala HarrisFormer vice-president and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden (L) and Senator from California and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris greet supporters outside the Chase Center in Wilmington, Delaware, at the conclusion of the Democratic National Convention, held virtually amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, on August 20, 2020. (Photo by Olivier DOULIERY / AFP) (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY/AFP via Getty Images)

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These Face Masks Are Stylish and Ideal For Traveling

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One of the most important pieces of information that we’ve learned during the COVID-19 pandemic is the effectiveness of wearing a mask. And after nearly 7 months of quarantining, the world is starting to resume a semblance of “normalcy” with many travelers back on the road and getting back on board flights — with their masks in tow.

While there are those that may still be hesitant to travel, a new military-led study unveiled Thursday should hopefully put many at ease. Studies show there is a low risk for passengers traveling aboard large commercial aircraft to contract an airborne virus such as COVID-19, if everybody does just that. Because wearing a mask works.

And with a plethora of mask options on the market, choosing the right one should be the least difficult decision you have to make all year. So if you’re looking for new options, we’ve outlined a few below that are equal parts stylish and functional.

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