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sexdrugsbeyonce:

beyoncesson:

Y’all must be stopped

This is not ok.

Lol yall ain’t shit

magiclanternphotography:

Eddy 2010
hueyfreemanonlyspeaksthetruth:

I think that’s a sentiment many of us share right now…

hueyfreemanonlyspeaksthetruth:

I think that’s a sentiment many of us share right now…

myownsweetescape:

Black women supporting each other. That ish I like to see!

myownsweetescape:

Black women supporting each other. That ish I like to see!

wifigirl2080:

Gotta let hip hop die to let it be reborn.

chiandsocial:

theweekmagazine:

Meet the waffle donut, aka wonut

New Yorkers aren’t the only ones eating dessert hybrids. Chicago’s Waffles Cafe is selling a combination of a donut and a waffle.

CHICAGO?
I LIVE HERE.
I’m bout to buy this shit. 

Omg my stomach! !!!

redzapato:

PLEASE THIS IS FRIENDSHIP WITH ME

knowledgeequalsblackpower:

talesofthestarshipregeneration:

navigatethestream:

talesofthestarshipregeneration:

clutchmag:

Carol’s Daughter Files For Bankruptcy
Companies affiliated with beauty brand Carol’s Daughter filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Thursday. According to court documents, Carol’s Daughter Stores LLC, filed a 

wait WHAT?????

in a strange way i’m kinda not surprised to hear thisfor one thing the ingredients are really bad for your hair (i mean all their loc products had weird combos of beeswax and corn oil)also in my experience i’ve never seen them marketed in places where black people would actually shopgranted, i’m an online shopper to the core. but i found it strange the few stores i actually physically saw it in was Macys and Sephora, stores with an overwhelmingly white consumer base. i never really saw them in a target, walgreens, cvs, places where more black folks looking for hair care products are inclined to shop. i mean miss jesses is some overprice lard for your hair, but at least they were smart enough to product place in Targets. Jane Carter solution sells its stuff in Target, some CVS stores, and certain Whole Foods there was just a lot wrong with their strategy as a business from what i could see. and its not surprising they are going under

well damn. you are right I’ve never seen them in stores. not even in black hair stores. 

their products were too damn expensive.
in 2008 when i first went natural, carol’s daughter was the first products i tried cause it was basically the only thing on the market.
now there’s so many options and diy mixtures you can make, whose gonna spend all that money for their products?? 

^^^^ right I make my own stuff!!!

knowledgeequalsblackpower:

talesofthestarshipregeneration:

navigatethestream:

talesofthestarshipregeneration:

clutchmag:

Carol’s Daughter Files For Bankruptcy

Companies affiliated with beauty brand Carol’s Daughter filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Thursday. According to court documents, Carol’s Daughter Stores LLC, filed a 

wait WHAT?????

in a strange way i’m kinda not surprised to hear this

for one thing the ingredients are really bad for your hair (i mean all their loc products had weird combos of beeswax and corn oil)

also in my experience i’ve never seen them marketed in places where black people would actually shop

granted, i’m an online shopper to the core. but i found it strange the few stores i actually physically saw it in was Macys and Sephora, stores with an overwhelmingly white consumer base. i never really saw them in a target, walgreens, cvs, places where more black folks looking for hair care products are inclined to shop. i mean miss jesses is some overprice lard for your hair, but at least they were smart enough to product place in Targets. Jane Carter solution sells its stuff in Target, some CVS stores, and certain Whole Foods

there was just a lot wrong with their strategy as a business from what i could see. and its not surprising they are going under

well damn. you are right I’ve never seen them in stores. not even in black hair stores. 

their products were too damn expensive.

in 2008 when i first went natural, carol’s daughter was the first products i tried cause it was basically the only thing on the market.

now there’s so many options and diy mixtures you can make, whose gonna spend all that money for their products?? 

^^^^ right I make my own stuff!!!

nubianbrothaz:



Yesss!!!

nubianbrothaz:

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Yesss!!!