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I love being a 4C girl. Our hair is so versatile with all of its kinky, coily glory.

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I was taught you only ever went to the doctor when something was wrong.

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Color correcting is a technique makeup artist have used decades. Thanks to the internet and beauty brands like LA Girl, you can take the guesswork out of what correcting option will work best for your skin tone. I've been curious about how an orange corrector would help with the dark spots that peek through my foundation, so I stopped by ULTA to grab a tube of the orange concealer bloggers love.

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When I was eighteen years old, I became hyper-aware of my weight. Mainly because I wanted to be a "model." I spent so many years taking in the images of beauty the media threw at me that I didn't even realize how I affect I was by the thin frames of the white women that were imprinted on the glossy pages.

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Honest opinion about me: I'm pretty noncommittal when it comes to my body hair. I often switch back and forth between shaving, waxing and trimming -- not the best idea. Although shaving has always been the easiest and most convenient method for me, I grew tired of ending up with itchy ingrown hairs, the constant upkeep and not having the ability to get all my nooks and crannies.

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Before I start this, I want to say I am not great at doing my brows at all. I commend you ladies that can make your brows look on point because I haven't gotten there yet. Even without being a brow expert, I've been looking into options that can help me fill in brows especially after the brow lady gave me uneven brows, with one being what I want and the other being too thin. #thestruggle

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