This blog is dedicated to celebrating and embracing the beauty of Black Womanhood.

If you're a black trans woman you're beautiful.
If your skin is as dark as onyx you're beautiful.
If your skin is caramel or as fair as sand you're beautiful.
If you're curvy, slender, voluptuous, fat, or neither of the above you're beautiful.

Black women rejoice, we're all beautiful.

curvesincolor:

Naomi.
yanibanana-ana:

Found on buzzfeed.com
Post: yaniabanana-ana.tumblr.com
keturahariel:

Unapologetically Me. 2014. Digital painting. Hairfinity Series. keturahariel.com

Pink and blue are two of my favorite colors, although, in my heart I know that I don’t have favorite colors. Lol. Colors are like moods and emotions. You need them all to appreciate the others. Sometimes my paintings turn out exactly how I imagined them. This one is a perfect example of that. When I paint like this, so intentional and decisive. I almost feel like I’m on autopilot. It’s a very weird feeling, everything flows, no planning is involved… It just happens.
curvesincolor:

Solange.
blackfashion:

Afro Punk 2K14
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childrenofthecornbread:

Chantelle Brown-Young
blackfashion:

Enny, 19, I.G enny_o
http://www.vanille-noire.com/personal-style-blog/basics1
darkskinwomen:

IG: kamelia.m
http://fosterlife.tumblr.com
mrkcy:

The world is filled with happiness, glory, achievement, but there is no denying the pain of the struggle, the truth of the disappointments nor the reality of the obstacles. You do not make an apple of a stone by painting it red.
continentcreative:

Jodie Smith by Abby Rose
naona-iman:

Lupita Nyong’o graffiti at the Go Down Art Centre, Nairobi, Kenya.
She sat in the class I daydream in and I can only hope to be like her.