broderickh:

The Making Of… #AskBroderickHunter

**All New YouTube Channel Subscribers Will Be Automatically Entered In My Next Ustream Giveaway**

dynamicafrica:

Supermodel Iman Abdulmajid’s eponymous make up label IMAN Cosmetics has launched a free app to support its range of products.

Dedicated to helping women of colour find products for their skin tone, this app includes a feature that allows you to take a photograph of your face to find your perfect foundation.

Here, beauty blogger CharisseChristine23 demonstrates how to use the app for this purpose and the results seem pretty awesome.

(via ibiza-travel-guide-deactivated2)

koreanmodel:

Soo Joo appeared on Model Files Season 3

devoutfashion:

modaobsesionada:

mochafleur:

weian-fu:

Naomi puts racist Russian model Kiara’s ass on blast!

(Source: vandercunt, via phelorascloset)

theclothoisseur:

New York’s infamous Breakfast Club radio show caught up with Naomi Campbell (or as we like to call her “the Queen”) earlier today as she promotes the newest season of The Face. She shares her guide to honesty while sporting her most recent hairdo. Oh, how we wish she would have quoted her infamous lipstick line! Check out her answers.

fashizblackdiary:

Jourdan Dunn, Chanel Iman & Joan Smalls in the kitchen for the Season 3 premiere of “WELL DUNN”.

'Do you like animals?' 'Animals I love. I love all of the animals. So cute.'

(Source: modellove)

blackmalemodels:

Check out Top Black Models interview with Broderick Hunter (who is half Nigerian woop woop!) with a special appearance from Cameron Gentry.

thesuperangels:

How to Take a Selfie Like a Supermodel

yagazieemezi:

VIDEO SHORT:

Inspired Citizen and Ajuma Nasenyana: Speaking Out Against Skin Bleaching

Ajuma Nasenyana is one of the world’s top fashion models. Hailing from Northern Kenya, she began her career as a national champion in running before being discovered by a local modeling agent. She has been invited to walk the world’s most prestigious runways including: Alexander McQueen, Vivienne Westwood and Victoria’s Secret. But, growing up, her life wasn’t as glamorous. She was teased incessantly for her dark skin. Since she has become a public figure, Ajuma has made it her mission to spread the word about the skin-bleaching epidemic in Kenya and on the continent of Africa. She hopes, through her words and actions, she can inspire a younger generation to forego this risky practice and love themselves for who they are.