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Panache ‘Role Models’ Campaign 2016 Celebrates Six Amazing Women

Lingerie brand Panache has unveiled the winners of its ‘Modelled by Role Models’ campaign. Six women from around the world star in the photoshoot, each chosen for their individual achievements, contributions to society and healthy approach to body image. Following the success of the first Role Models search in 2015, this year Panache handed over the…


9 Beauty Tips For Asian Skin: Bloggers And Writers Reveal Their Favourite Products

We’re a proud rainbow nation but you wouldn’t quite know it judging by the beauty pages of weekly and monthly magazines. As part of our ongoing commitment to featuring diverse beauty across HuffPost’s Style pages, we asked some of our favourite Asian beauty bloggers for their top tips. Anita Bhagwandas, senior beauty editor at Marie…


I-Hua Wu: 8 Things To Know About Maybelline’s New Global Model

I-Hua Wu is Maybelline’s new global spokesmodel, making her the beauty brand’s first Taiwanese model and the first Asian woman to be their world-wide ambassador. Wu joins the impressive Maybelline model squad, which includes Herieth Paul, Gigi Hadid, and Jourdan Dunn. “It’s so special that I can represent Taiwanese models and bring them some attention,” Wu…


Naomi Campbell Reveals Anna Wintour Had To ‘Fight’ For Her Vogue Cover

Naomi Campbell said she initially had “no idea” how much Anna Wintour had to fight to secure her spot as the first black woman on the cover of American Vogue’s September issue. The 24-year-old supermodel became the fashion magazine’s cover star in September 1989 – the year’s biggest and most important issue.  “I didn’t know how…


Naomi Campbell Reveals Just How Little Things Have Changed For Black Models

Naomi Campbell has spoken out about the shocking issues black models face within the fashion industry. Her comments come after fellow models Leomie Anderson and Nykhor Paul both posted powerful comments on social media, exposing racism from hairstylists and makeup artists at shows and shoots. Speaking to Teen Vogue, she revealed: “When I was younger, I encountered…


Support Black Owned Cosmetic Companies With The BOMB YouTube Makeup Challenge

A new YouTube beauty challenge is calling on everyone – no matter their skintone – to support black-owned makeup brands. Vlogger Jackie Aina posted her own take on the BOMB (black owned makeup brands) challenge, encouraging her followers to buy products made by “black and minority-owned businesses” – especially “those who are not black”. “There are a lot…