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Life With Lo – ColourPop.com Review

By Lauryn Froneberger

Life with Lo is finally back (after all the finals craziness) for another episode!

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This week, a friend and I will be swatching ultra matte lippies  from L.A. cosmetics company, Colourpop.com.

Courtesy: Colourpop.com
Courtesy: Colourpop.com homepage
Courtesy: Colourpop.com
Courtesy: Colourpop.com

As DJ Khaled would say, these colors are definitely a major key to success (I promise you They don’t want your lips to pop) but stay tuned because we’ll tell you what we liked and didn’t, and why.

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Life with Lo: Learn Makeup How-to’s

Life and Lo is back with another episode. This time, we’re talking makeup dos and don’ts. Lo sits down with junior biology major Tyla Young to learn all about an easy beauty regimen for the average college woman, a look that will have you looking your best without all the stress.

Ladies, get your pen and paper ready, because this is one you will not want to miss. Enjoy!

Check out this slideshow of the completed look.

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Don’t forget to Like, Comment and Subscribe to Life with Lo and look out for more episodes in the next few weeks.

If you missed last week’s episode, check out our cooking special here.

 

When Did Black Women Stop Being Beautiful? (Opinion)

by MAYA DAWIT

Confession: I love Being Mary Jane. When the 90 minute pilot premiered on BET in the summer of 2013, I knew this show was something I needed and wanted to keep up with. Besides being one of the few times Gabrielle Union has played a character that wasn’t angry 95% of the time, the character of Mary Jane was what I sort of envisioned for my future as a journalist (without all the adultery.)

At her core, MJ is just a black woman trying to tell the stories that matter to her, whilst fighting the disease plaguing today’s news*. If you don’t watch the show, the first episode focused on a 2011 article written in Psychology Today by blogger/evolutionary psychologist Satoshi Kanazawa titled “Why Are African-American Women Less Physically Attractive Than Other Women?

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Yeah, that’s what I said too. Continue reading When Did Black Women Stop Being Beautiful? (Opinion)