Bringing Your True Authentic Self to Work with Kevin Morosky and Nicole CrentsilAs black people, particularly women, we often change our hair, whether it’s braids, weaves, wigs and when you do, you have to prepare for the influx of questions. But what does it feel like when you feel like you are being judged on your hair and …
Changing Shades and SPF with Dr Ewoma Ukeleghe and Jules Von HepChi and Basma speak to Jules von Hep, celebrity spray-tanner and founder of self-tan brand Isle of Paradise, and clinical expert Dr Ewoma Ukeleghe and ask why conversations around tanning - be it from the sun or from a bottle - largely exclude bla…
Unpretty and Unfiltered with...the Unpretty TeamIt's been a week. It's been a year. It's been a lifetime.The news surrounding the brutal murder of George Floyd, an unarmed black man in America who died at the hands of four racist police officers has given rise to the Black Lives Matt…
3. Unpretty and Unfiltered with...Jayde PierceIntroducing a new regular feature, Unpretty and Unfiltered, where we will have an unfiltered chat with trailblazers from our community; talking about their personal journey and experiences as people of colour.For the first edition, Basm…
How can the media nail inclusive beauty without being tokenistic? With Tolly T and Josh SmithIn 2018, Afua Hirsch wrote a story for the Guardian discussing the lack of representation within mainstream magazines. "Through ignorance and indifference, they frequently featured no one of black, Asian, mixed or any other ethnic minority heritag…
So, what are you doing about your hair during lockdown? With Charlotte Mensah and Slider CutsMainstream beauty media have extensively covered "at home" beauty hacks from fringe upkeep, to touching up your roots but what about textured / afro hair? Whether you've got a fade, beard, braids, buzz cut, dreads, weaves, an afro, the lockdown re…
Unpretty Podcast IntroWhat is the Unpretty Podcast about?
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Unpacking perceptions of beauty so deeply ingrained in society, through the lens of black and non-black people of colour and our mutual struggles and challenges - be it discrimination, appropriation or simply lack of options.
Each episode will be centred on one single theme, topic or question, we will discuss societal misrepresentation, decipher myths, share personal stories and ask those questions that maybe you didn't think you could ask, or simply didn't know how.
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