Disruptively creating content on beauty, self-care, fitness, mental health, travel and all things femininity

Here at Inside A Black Girls Mind, the 'Her Lifestyle' section aims to bring engaging and informative content tailored and curated for young Black women and women of colour everywhere. We represent the unconventional and creative voices of our women writers. In an exploration of Black hair, beauty, self-care, fitness, mental health, travel and all things femininity we aim to inform, educate and create an intersectional community of aspirational women aiming to learn and grow. We shall help you discover the right products for your hair type with our ‘Curly Girl’s Guide’, and discuss the latest makeup and skincare trends for your skin type and tone. We provide a variety of content accommodated to your specific needs.

 

The contributions of Black women and women of colour in society, especially in lifestyle and beauty sectors, have been exploited for centuries, with our innovative methods and techniques becoming separated from their true creators as a result of erasure. Not here, sis. We want to contribute to the shift of representation within whitewashed mainstream media. It’s time to be Disruptive! We aim to empower, honour and celebrate the visionary nature and versatile beauty of Black women and women of colour while rejecting the glorification of Eurocentric features and ideals. We embrace our melanin, wide noses, full lips and textured hair. We exalt our unique and unparalleled strength and beauty.

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Meet your Her Lifestyle Editors

Her Lifestyle at Inside A Black Girls Mind

"There has been a shift in the type of women that have been represented within mainstream media in recent years. However, there is still numerous advancements needed in order for the underrepresented to become widely represented in online media. It's strange and ironic that the underrepresented are often the original trendsetters; whose contributions to Mainstream/online media trends go unrecognised and under-appreciated. We live in a diverse and ever changing world; yet cover girls, the standard of beauty, lifestyles and love are all portrayed in the media in one Eurocentric ideological worldview".

Aleisha - Lifestyle Editor