fuck yeah cool black girls!
the illest chicks of the african diaspora ~~~cool black gurls of tumblr and the world at large!
fuck yeah cool black girls!
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wifigirl2080:

It was my boyfriend’s beautiful lil sis 16th birthday yesterday.
She said I’m like her big sister 💕💘💖💅😢
wifigirl2080:

It was my boyfriend’s beautiful lil sis 16th birthday yesterday.
She said I’m like her big sister 💕💘💖💅😢
wifigirl2080:

It was my boyfriend’s beautiful lil sis 16th birthday yesterday.
She said I’m like her big sister 💕💘💖💅😢
wifigirl2080:

It was my boyfriend’s beautiful lil sis 16th birthday yesterday.
She said I’m like her big sister 💕💘💖💅😢
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asukaalangley:

omg omg omg who
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blackandkillingit:

brianashanee:

I asked a stranger to take this picture.

Black Girls Killing It Shop BGKI NOW 
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allopaola:

New style post on the blog! Click here for full outfit details and my ridiculous rants: http://findingpaola.com/summer-breeze/
allopaola:

New style post on the blog! Click here for full outfit details and my ridiculous rants: http://findingpaola.com/summer-breeze/
allopaola:

New style post on the blog! Click here for full outfit details and my ridiculous rants: http://findingpaola.com/summer-breeze/
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Q: Black is beautiful. White is beautiful and every other color in between is also beautiful. :)
Asked by Anonymous
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blackfashion:

Tia Nicole (Baltimore)
Four One OH! | @fouroneohblog
UO Romper / Jeffrey Campbell Boots / UO Sunglasses
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foxxxynegrodamus:

My hips are like baby hips in comparison to @wilnise 👀👀👀👀👀👀👀👀👀
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resonatingly:

cremeblush:

Naomi Campbell & Kate Moss opening Chloé Spring 1998

iconic
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naturalhairdaily:

Now that’s a fabulous updo @clothesconscience!
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global-fashions:

Josilyn Williams, Riley Montana, Senait Gidey, Grace Mahary, Maria Borges, Jessica Strother, & Sherita Dehon - Numero Magazine’s March 2014
photos by Sebastian Kim
styled by Charles Varenne
hair and makeup by Diego Da Silva & Fredrik Stambro
global-fashions:

Josilyn Williams, Riley Montana, Senait Gidey, Grace Mahary, Maria Borges, Jessica Strother, & Sherita Dehon - Numero Magazine’s March 2014
photos by Sebastian Kim
styled by Charles Varenne
hair and makeup by Diego Da Silva & Fredrik Stambro
global-fashions:

Josilyn Williams, Riley Montana, Senait Gidey, Grace Mahary, Maria Borges, Jessica Strother, & Sherita Dehon - Numero Magazine’s March 2014
photos by Sebastian Kim
styled by Charles Varenne
hair and makeup by Diego Da Silva & Fredrik Stambro
global-fashions:

Josilyn Williams, Riley Montana, Senait Gidey, Grace Mahary, Maria Borges, Jessica Strother, & Sherita Dehon - Numero Magazine’s March 2014
photos by Sebastian Kim
styled by Charles Varenne
hair and makeup by Diego Da Silva & Fredrik Stambro
global-fashions:

Josilyn Williams, Riley Montana, Senait Gidey, Grace Mahary, Maria Borges, Jessica Strother, & Sherita Dehon - Numero Magazine’s March 2014
photos by Sebastian Kim
styled by Charles Varenne
hair and makeup by Diego Da Silva & Fredrik Stambro
global-fashions:

Josilyn Williams, Riley Montana, Senait Gidey, Grace Mahary, Maria Borges, Jessica Strother, & Sherita Dehon - Numero Magazine’s March 2014
photos by Sebastian Kim
styled by Charles Varenne
hair and makeup by Diego Da Silva & Fredrik Stambro
global-fashions:

Josilyn Williams, Riley Montana, Senait Gidey, Grace Mahary, Maria Borges, Jessica Strother, & Sherita Dehon - Numero Magazine’s March 2014
photos by Sebastian Kim
styled by Charles Varenne
hair and makeup by Diego Da Silva & Fredrik Stambro
global-fashions:

Josilyn Williams, Riley Montana, Senait Gidey, Grace Mahary, Maria Borges, Jessica Strother, & Sherita Dehon - Numero Magazine’s March 2014
photos by Sebastian Kim
styled by Charles Varenne
hair and makeup by Diego Da Silva & Fredrik Stambro
global-fashions:

Josilyn Williams, Riley Montana, Senait Gidey, Grace Mahary, Maria Borges, Jessica Strother, & Sherita Dehon - Numero Magazine’s March 2014
photos by Sebastian Kim
styled by Charles Varenne
hair and makeup by Diego Da Silva & Fredrik Stambro
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sula:

lehroi:

As an adolescent, I struggled with my hair. Being of half African and Puerto Rican descent I inherited very naturally curly hair. Alongside my white skinned, long straight haired friends, I felt different and unattractive. I went through many grueling hours brushing, combing, and straightening. That process was very difficult and tedious, just like the process of my embroideries. To embroider with my hair I have to straighten each piece separately. The materials I use also are inspired by older art traditions. I have used the doilies to relate to the Victorian era practice of weaving human hair into bracelets, necklaces, and rings to mourn the deceased. As well as, the even older tradition of using human hair in Chinese folk art. My work explores my struggle in developing my identity in relationship to Western ideals of beauty and femininity.
Hair Embroideries by Sula Fay

um feeling very blessed rn <3 <3 <3
sula:

lehroi:

As an adolescent, I struggled with my hair. Being of half African and Puerto Rican descent I inherited very naturally curly hair. Alongside my white skinned, long straight haired friends, I felt different and unattractive. I went through many grueling hours brushing, combing, and straightening. That process was very difficult and tedious, just like the process of my embroideries. To embroider with my hair I have to straighten each piece separately. The materials I use also are inspired by older art traditions. I have used the doilies to relate to the Victorian era practice of weaving human hair into bracelets, necklaces, and rings to mourn the deceased. As well as, the even older tradition of using human hair in Chinese folk art. My work explores my struggle in developing my identity in relationship to Western ideals of beauty and femininity.
Hair Embroideries by Sula Fay

um feeling very blessed rn <3 <3 <3
sula:

lehroi:

As an adolescent, I struggled with my hair. Being of half African and Puerto Rican descent I inherited very naturally curly hair. Alongside my white skinned, long straight haired friends, I felt different and unattractive. I went through many grueling hours brushing, combing, and straightening. That process was very difficult and tedious, just like the process of my embroideries. To embroider with my hair I have to straighten each piece separately. The materials I use also are inspired by older art traditions. I have used the doilies to relate to the Victorian era practice of weaving human hair into bracelets, necklaces, and rings to mourn the deceased. As well as, the even older tradition of using human hair in Chinese folk art. My work explores my struggle in developing my identity in relationship to Western ideals of beauty and femininity.
Hair Embroideries by Sula Fay

um feeling very blessed rn <3 <3 <3
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jaythenerdkid:

undeadseanbean:

nonhoration:

earthlydreams:

This is so cool! But what country are they from? “Africa” is really vague.

Their names are Duro-Aina Adebola, Akindele Abiola, Faleke Oluwatoyin, and Bello Eniola and they’re from Lagos, Nigeria. There’s a neat video about them here.

#when will people start giving names to young non-white scientists??#bc that shit is getting old

boost the fuck out of this, and make sure you include their goddamn names and country of origin.
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Chaka !