(Pictured above, hair down in 140 loose twists) Unfortunately women of color with natural long hair especially women with type 4a-c hair have been stigmatized as the official “bearers of weaves” (I am not a natural head against women who wear weaves because it can really assist during a transitional period, reaching personal length goals(…)
The beautiful and vibrant Sarah Devi: DJ/PARTY HOST/VOCALIST/DANCER/Friend and upcoming Urban Bush Babe interviewee.
Photo by AAP (Click Read More / Comment for more pictures and accessories). Striped Navy Blue and White Spaghetti Strap Maxi Dress: Forever21; 14.99 USD Cream Striped Deconstructed Knit Cardigan: Forever 21; 27.80 USD Tan Suede Fringe Boots: Steve Madden; 99.00 USD Leatherette Trim Striped Canvas Bag: Forever21; 29.80 USD Feather Necklace: Forever21; 4.80 USD(…)
(Photo by Paul deRoos) Gifted rapper phenomenon TK WONDER kicking some power your way for all of you on your natural hair journey!
I bought this gray sweater from the 80s era at a thrift store for $10, I always like to wear a thermal underneath of it. This flower patterned thermal was $12 at Target. I topped off the look with a purple nail polish. I consider myself to have a minimalist style, but I like to(…)
The lovely, beautiful and very talented singer and published writer Sarah White who is also a mother of two beautiful little girls (one who is featured on the left and on the right long time partner and father of her childern musician Rico Simon Mendez). Lookout for the Urban Bush Babe interview coming soon.
I’m always searching the the internet for clothes, pictures, art, articles, and inspiration. I found this today and thought this picture was great! The hair style and the dress are super cute! I found out that the dress can be purchased at Etsy online. They only have one in this color and one in black,(…)
Here are list of some fabulous thrift and vintage stores in the NYC area: BEACON’S CLOSET: 92 5th Ave Brooklyn, NY 11215 Neighborhood: Park Slope (718) 230-1630
This is how I bring sexy back!
Someone asked me how I react when negativity is directed towards my hair and style and I simply say Martin Luther King said it best “Let no man pull you low enough to hate him.” People make fun of what they don’t understand, fear or something they want to attain but do not think it is possible(…)