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    Men, this is your grooming routine, devised by women

    Dinner table conversations with friends can be quite inspiring at times, especially when you’re a beauty editor (and the only woman) dining amongst a French bread baker, a software engineer and a financial consultant—think words like dead pixels, baguettes, SIPs and eye creams doing the rounds. On one such particular evening as we scooped jollof rice off our plates, the baker asked the beauty editor if she’s written a piece on a grooming routine for men yet—“they listen more when a woman tells them.” So, gentlemen, here it is, your guide to grooming right and taking care of yourself—crowdsourced from  

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    Is British Vogue’s February cover the best way to celebrate Black beauty?

    Stephanie Busari is CNN’s Supervising Editor for Africa based in Lagos, Nigeria. All opinions expressed in the article below are the author’s own.  “Sis have you seen this wonderful cover … it’s amazing,” a friend wrote to me in an Instagram message.  It was the British Vogue February 2022 cover, which features an all-star team of African supermodels.  It is one of two cover photos released this month (a second cover image features one of the group, supermodel Adut Akech, posing alone) and, according to British Vogue’s British Ghanaian editor-in-chief Edward Enninful, the images aim to spotlight the rise of  

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    Women Health and Beauty Supplements Market Is Expected to

    Portland, OR, Jan. 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to the report published by Allied Market Research, the global women health and beauty supplements market generated $57.28 billion in 2020, and is expected to hit $206.88 billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of 12.4% from 2021 to 2030. The report provides an in-depth analysis of the top investment pockets, top winning strategies, drivers & opportunities, market size & estimations, competitive scenario, and varying market trends. Inclination toward healthy aging, proactive consumption of nutritional interventions, and increase in number of health problems and various diseases in women drive the growth of  

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    LAMIK Cosmetics’ CEO Kim Roxie on Diversity in Clean Beauty

    Image Source: Kim RoxieToo often, the best beauty stories go Untold, solely based on a person’s skin color, religion, gender expression, disability, or socioeconomic status. Here, we’re passing the mic to some of the most ambitious and talented voices in the industry, so they can share, in their own words, the remarkable story of how they came to be — and how they’re using beauty to change the world for the better. Up next: Kim Roxie, founder and CEO of LAMIK Beauty and licensed esthetician. I grew up in Houston, and as a child, I was surrounded by  

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    Cantu Beauty, Women Empowering Nations Partner To Accelerate Female Leadership Around The World

    Cantu Beauty, an award-winning multicultural hair care brand, joins Women Empowering Nations (WEN), a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide exposure, development and mentorship for girls of color in underserved communities to accelerate their path to executive leadership, is hosting a series of career-readiness workshops for minority women around the globe.   The brand will invest $250,000 to champion women of color globally through a series of career sessions and a group travel seminar in Nigeria this November, including service projects, brand promotions, Cantu executive meet and greet, leadership sessions and career workshops.   “We are  

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    Women’s camel beauty contest makes debut in Saudi

    Issued on: 09/01/2022 – 14:50 Rumah (Saudi Arabia) (AFP) – Saudi women, in a first for the conservative kingdom, have paraded their camels in a beauty pageant for the prized “ships of the desert”. “I hope today to reach a certain social standing, inshallah (God willing),” said Lamia al-Rashidi, 27, who participated at the weekend contest in the Rumah desert northeast of the capital Riyadh. The event formed part of the prestigious King Abdelaziz Festival, was previously a men-only affair. “I’ve been interested in camels ever since I was little,” said Rashidi, whose family owns 40 camels. “Once this event  

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    How one woman turned her skin struggles into a thriving beauty brand

    Camille Knowles is the founder of The Beauty of Eczema, a line designed for eczema-prone skin. Here, she recounts her experience with the skin condition — including the time it landed her in the E. R. — and shares how her biggest insecurity became her life’s mission. I developed eczema at the age of 6. As a child I remember being wrapped in bandages to cover my sore skin. I was a very happy child though; art and sports took my mind off my skin condition. But as I grew older, it started to bother me more and made me  

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    Meet The Woman Behind Today’s Multimillion-Dollar Black Hair And Beauty Startups

    WASHINGTON, DC – JANUARY 20: Nene Leakes and Founder, Ubiquitous Women’s Expo, Germaine … [+] Bolds-Leftridge attend The Lady Leopard Brunch at Catch 22 on January 20, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Brian Stukes/Getty Images) Getty Images In the past ten years, global category-leading manufacturers like Procter & Gamble and Unilever have seized the opportunity to create specific products that appeal to diverse consumers. These consumers spent $473 million in total hair care (a $4.2 billion industry). In addition, they made other significant investments in personal appearance products, such as grooming aids ($127 million out of $889 million) and  

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    How One Founder is Using Her Beauty Brands to Promote Diversity and Empower Women

    WASHINGTON, Dec. 31, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — 2022 is right around the corner and with a new year comes new goals and new trends. The beauty industry is always changing and we have seen brands trying to build with much more purpose than before. One founder has chosen to spread the message of inclusion and positivity through her female run, black-owned beauty empire. Nicole Gujral is the CEO and Founder of Saint Luxe Beauty and Basic Beauty. As a former hairstylist & make-up artist turned entrepreneur, making ALL women feel beautiful is embedded into her brand missions. Both brands have  

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