Yes, it's the holiday season and a time when most of us gain a pound or two or three. It's easy to overindulge in foods, and before you know it, the pounds have added up. Looking to naturally skim down this holiday season?
If you're like me, then you love using oils in your skin care routine. I think oils make my skin look and feel amazing, and I'm not alone in this opinion. Oils are a key ingredient in many ethnic beauty routines, and for good reason.
According to Google, an ethnic beauty is "a person whose physical features are typically associated with people of a certain race or ethnicity." This term was first used as another way of speaking about Black Women. Let's learn more.
The weather is cooling off and that means it's time to start thinking about your fall hair care routine. There are a few things you'll want to do to help keep your locks healthy and strong all season long.
"The term "natural beauty care” can mean different things to different people. But when it comes to ethnic beauty care, there's another layer to the meaning of "natural." And that has to do with the specific needs of people with ethnic skin.
Afro textured/natural hair is a type of hair that is naturally kinky or curly. A lot of Ethnic Beauties are wearing Afro Textured/natural hairstyles these days. You like the ease and freedom it gives for styles and care.