How To Avoid Exercise Related Breakouts

How To Avoid Exercise Related Breakouts

via: livestrong.com Working out is great for your body, but can be tough on its biggest organ: Your skin. Sunscreen, sweat, and plain old gym grime can stuff up pores and lead to acne and other blemishes on your face and body. But never fear, LIVESTRONG.com is here. We reached out to dermatologists, trainers and(…)

Black Women’s Right to Remain Relaxed

Black Women’s Right to Remain Relaxed

via:Ebony… I spotted this woman in Savannah, Georgia with a legendary, jet black mane. It was incredibly thick, healthy and so lush it had to be sho’nuff store bought. It wasn’t. They were the kind of tresses some Southern grandmothers swoon over, and beg us not to cut. Ravishing. Voluminous. Gorgeous. I inquired about her(…)

Malliha of Lovely Mali

Malliha of Lovely Mali

Click Read More/Comment for additional pictures. Lovely; charmingly or exquisitely beautiful, a definition we are all familiar but Malliha of Lovely Mali exudes such an affectionate character that she manages to coin and understate the description at the same time. After reading the  “About” section on Lovely Mali, you may see why she has eclipsed(…)

Vogue’s Bookings Associate Simone Setteh

Vogue’s Bookings Associate Simone Setteh

Via Vogue, photographed by Marko MacPherson I found an editorial of this beautiful lady over on Vogue.com. Simone Setteh is Vogue’s bookings associate, they followed her for five days to capture five looks she wears to the office. In her interview she talks about her natural hair and shares her style and makeup tips. “As(…)

British Vogue: 29 Days of Solange

British Vogue: 29 Days of Solange

Click Read More/Comment for additional photos. Via: British Vogue Off to the studio in a T By Alexander Wang sweater, Guess by Marciano leather pants, BCBG shoes, Linda Farrow glasses and a CC Skye clutch (Yes, I support daytime clutch-wearing!).     Love the print on these Tibi pants! Paired them with an Alexander Wang shirt…or(…)

Historical Black College, Hampton University bans Male MBA Students from Wearing Cornrows & Dreadlocks

Historical Black College, Hampton University bans Male MBA Students from Wearing Cornrows & Dreadlocks

Via: hiphopwired.com: Hampton University students have restrictions on what they can do with their hair. The historically Black college has banned its male MBA students from wearing cornrows and dreadlocks. The rule, handed down from Business School Dean Sid Credle, was implemented in 2001, and continues to draw criticism. According to Credle, certain hairstyles are unprofessional, and(…)

Diabetes in Your 30′s (It Can Be Reversed)

Diabetes in Your 30′s (It Can Be Reversed)

Here on UBB taking care of yourself is very important to us, and not just on the outside but the inside too. We wanted to share Dr. Holly Sawyer’s story. Guest writer Dr. Holly Sawyer writes: I had gestational diabetes in 2008 with my 2nd pregnancy. Diet and exercise was how I controlled it but in(…)