When it pertains to the makeup industry, women of color such as beauty and fashion blogger Ofunne Amaka can weary of being left on the sidelines. Some strides have actually been made towards variety, the bulk of ad campaigns for leading cosmetics brand names continue to include mostly white designs. For more visit for latest designs.

In March 2015, Amaka produced Cocoa Swatches, an Instagram account catering to make up lovers with underrepresented skins. Following the success of the account-- which now has more than 36,000 fans-- she advanced her objective by releasing the Cocoa Swatches app (free, iOS and Android) on Feb. 29. It has actually been downloaded about 30,000 times, states Amaka, 26.



Barbers might historically have been a service simply for men but is that really still the case in the 21st century?

One British business seems to think so.

British writer and short-hair lover Anna Kaminski was "mortified' when she strolled into a barber's shop in Cambridge, England, just to be presented to the door.

Kaminski told that a man working in the shop indicated the door and said, "I just do women when we're not hectic", after she strolled in and requested a trim.

Kaminski determined how she had actually utilized barber services for many years without encountering any difficulty.




The best way to cop a fresh look? Try a brand-new shade of lipstick, obviously. But when Florida citizen Lily Cleopatra Maurice swiped on a recently acquired lip color from CoverGirl’s Queen Collection to look cute for her husband s birthday, she experienced results more akin to the #KylieJennerLipChallenge failed. Rather of partying with her husband, Maurice landed in the ER with her bottom lip inflamed to frightening proportions and doctors working to find out what went down. (What’s the opposite of Yaaaas, Queen?) She posted about her experience to Facebook, which has actually since been shared more than 53K times.