What I Want the Beauty Community to Know Right Now

Last week, I was asked to provide a quote for an article for Fashionista.com — with the aim to speak to the beauty industry/community as a whole and share my thoughts, feelings, frustrations, or reflections. Below is my reflection and response. — Alice Where do I begin? There are so many things that I want…

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Big News! feat. Sephora
Beauty

Last week, we shared some big news. Along with seven other WOC-founded brands, Eadem will be part of the Sephora Accelerate program — meaning after six-months of business bootcamp and mentorship, our products will soon be on Sephora’s shelves. As founders of a still pre-launch brand, this is a pinch-us kind of moment. And it’s one we could…

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Black Hair at Home: Mandela Cocores
Beauty, Hair, Women

The pandemic hasn’t been easy on anyone or their routines, especially Black women and their hair. Since lockdown, we’ve faced an aesthetic and philosophical reckoning. We’ve had to ask ourselves: What happens when we suddenly decide to let colleagues see our natural hair? How does learning — or relearning — how to nurture and style our…

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Black Hair at Home: Kim Mupangilaï

In part two of “Black Hair at Home,” we consider how the pandemic has forced black women to have an aesthetic and philosophical reckoning. Since lockdown, we’ve had to ask ourselves: What happens when we suddenly decide to let colleagues see our natural hair? How does learning — or relearning — how to nurture and…

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Black Hair at Home: Kristy Lyons

There’s no doubt that the pandemic has upended our lives. Since March, it’s disrupted the way we work, shop, socialize, and, of course, do our hair. For Black women, this change has forced an aesthetic and philosophical reckoning. We’ve had to ask ourselves: What happens when we suddenly decide to let colleagues see our natural…

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