Tags » Essence Magazine

This Natural Chick Rocks! One on One w/ Zarah Charm

You don’t have to be a natural girl to know this woman, but it would make more sense if you were.

I met Zarah Charm… 676 more words

Tired Of A Teeny Weeny Afro | How To Create A Faux Bun

So I am going to bombard my stylist, Joi Lewis’ section real quick. LOL

I saw this article via BlackHairInformation.com and I instantly was excited. I rock the short hair now but even then….(whispers) it’s not mine. 175 more words

Love

ENTERTAINMENT: ‘Annie’ Stars Quvenzhane Wallis, Jamie Foxx Cover Essence

*Quvenzhane Wallis graced the cover of Essence with Jamie Foxx for the magazine’s December issue. Both play the leads in a remake to the musical “ 79 more words

Entertainment

Cuteness Overload Alert: Jamie Foxx & Quvenzhané Wallis Cover Essence Magazine (PHOTOS)

Here you have it, folks. This is officially the most adorable magazine cover that you’ll find on newsstands this month.

Jamie Foxx and Quvenzhané Wallis… 145 more words

Style

SUBMIT THAT: ESSENCE Black Women In Hollywood Short Film Contest.

Essence magazine is accepting submissions for its film competition The Essence Black Women In Hollywood Short Film Contest. In 20 minutes or less, filmmakers must cinematically interpret this year’s theme of “For the Love of Black Women.” One lucky winner will be presented the Black Women in Hollywood Discovery Award at the 8th annual Essence Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon, February 19, 2015. 19 more words

African-American

I'm Wide Awake... Now What?

Usually I have NO problem what-so-ever falling asleep. All I need is a comfortable place and it’s on. After making Mr. Husband’s breakfast and lunch I try sleep for those few minutes before the alarm goes off. 448 more words

Blogging

Not An Angry Black Woman

Essence Magazine conducted a study which highlighted the way that African-American women were viewed in the media. This was the result of their study:

In the study, more than 1,200 respondents told us that the images we encounter regularly on TV, in social media, in music videos and from other outlets are overwhelmingly negative and fall into categories that make us cringe — Gold Diggers, Modern Jezebels, Baby Mamas, Uneducated Sisters, Ratchet Women, Angry Black Women, Mean Black Girls, Unhealthy Black Women, and Black Barbies.

104 more words