Beautie Brownies Show Up & Show Out at the 74th Golden Globe Awards

Boy did the Beautie Brownies show us how it's done last night at the 74th Golden Globe Awards! Check out our favorite moments!
Janelle Monáe showing off those beautiful legs. Envious!
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Tracee Ellis Ross, the first black woman to win best actress in a musical or comedy TV series since Debbie Allen in 1983. Go head' and make that history gurl!
Issa Rae stuns in a white beaded Christian Siriano dress. 
Tamera Mowry rocking this gorgeous gown by Lexi
Angela Bassett turning heads in a Christian Siriano Resort 2017 dress
Kerry Washington, nominee for for Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-series or Motion Picture Made for Television for her role in Confirmation. She looks amazing in a retro inspired dress by Dolce & Gabbana.
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Oh Viola. How we love you. Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture in "Fences". She also posses for a beautiful flick with Tracee Ellis Ross.
Naomi, Naomi, Naomi! Looking flawless in her Atelier Versace gown
GAWK! Chanel Iman never ceases to please. What a gorgeous ensemble! 
Regina King and all that bling!

Solange performs on Saturday Night Live (SNL) "Don't touch my pride" "Cranes in the Sky"

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Brownie Power: Khadija Shari

How dope is she? This is the beautiful Khadija Shari and we've been following her instagram for some time now. She has graced our own instagram page many times, as we are in love with her gorgeous skin and contagious smile! We later realized that not only does she model, but she dances! After she posted about her experience as one of Beyonce's dancers during the 2016 Superbowl Halftime show, we fell even more in love! She's also danced with icons Rihanna & Pharrell Williams! Check out her dope dance moves in her ELLE feature below!


ColourPop Apologizes for Insensitive Names for New Darker Skin Toned Contour Sticks

#MOOD:
It's ridiculous that in 2016 we're even hearing of incidents like these. Apparently, ColourPop has released new Contour Sticks, which come in various skin tones. The issue is that while the lighter tones are named cute names like "Gummy Bear", "Venice" and "Castle", the darker toned sticks are named "Typo", "Yikes" and "Dume" (which according to the Urban Dictionary means “the act of being stupid").
So a woman with a darker skin tone is a mistake and/or stupid? We're not understanding. This is what was decided upon during the concept meeting? The bigger question is, did this decision pass the desks of any darker skinned executives, or are there actually none employed at ColorPop? That's the only explanation for how these names could have possibly been approved. Not an excuse for lack of human decency of course, which has no color, but a that's the only explanation we can think of.

Simply unacceptable. Issues like these sometimes make us feel that when we take one step forward in the beauty industry, someone helps us take 10 steps back. Because ColorPop is such a huge line, it shows us that the negative perception of darker skinned women and lack of variety is still very prevalent in the beauty world.

After being dragged on Twitter, ColorPop quickly issued the below apology:

"On behalf of ColourPop, we are sorry and are extremely grateful for our customers’ feedback. We have taken immediate action to change the shade names and review our naming process to ensure this does not happen again. In addition, the names have since been changed, with “yikes” now "bloom” and “typo” now “platonic.”"

The apology is appreciated, but the damage has already been done. When will the discrimination end?

Naomi Campbell Covers Paper Magazine's September 2016 Issue

Did you all see the cover for Paper Magazine's September 2016 Issue? No? Well here it goes:
Dope right? It's been so nice to see Beautie Brownie's slaying on every platform in recent time. This was just the cherry on top for us. Naomi has got to be our favorite super model hands down.

In this issue of Paper, Naomi dishes on her views of Beauty, and it was a great read, accompanied by amazing shots. Enjoy them below and head over to Paper for more deets!


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