Black Girl Magic : Buki Ade’s Culturally Inclusive Designs that we CAN afford 

Buki Ade is a Nigerian-American designer and entrepreneur dominating the swimwear industry through her culturally inclusive designs — Bfyne. Buki gained inspiration to start her line while on vacation searching for a unique swimsuit; there she realized the industry lacked creativity and representation of African designers.”

Buki Ade’s swimwear can be seen in Vogue, Glamour, and the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Oh, and you can actually afford to buy these boo!

Shop here https://bfyne.com

The Black Girl Magic cant be denied in these dope pics…. Do you agree?!

Eva Marcille Covers Rolling Out Magazine with Luscious Faux Locs

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The America’s Next Top Model winner interviews with Rolling Out Magazine to talk about how she’s now found her voice after 10 years in the industry, being a single mom and a new entrepreneur.

“Who I was 10 years ago and who I am today are completely different people.”

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Eva also she spoke about her position and responsibilities as a Black woman with with a platform.

“My job is to let my sister and my brother know that I see them, I have their back, and I stand with them.”

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Eva is ready to become an entrepreneur in 2017. With her new eyewear line, First Ave. Eyewear.

“The entertainment industry creates either a monster or it creates beauty. And what it has instilled in me is this drive…. And so I live my life with no limitations, no regrets, no ideas with who I’m supposed to be, but truly living in who I am.”

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Use human hair or synthetic braiding hair to make these eccentric locs