Nia Franklin talks with Sophia and Rechelle of Magic Unfiltered about growing up in the church, pageant life, and her epic digital cover.
Beauty is power and she is no longer afraid to own it.
"I have a hard time labeling the brand, and I say that because of what’s to come from us," says founder Alnika Lovello
"Let Black women earn their coin if you’re going to sell the way that we look,” she says.
Well, it was fun while it lasted.
"It was bulls--t," the actor said in a new interview. "We don't need to talk about something that just didn't happen."
The 2010s passed in the blink of an eye but the last ten years ushered in incredible new music in a rapidly evolving industry.
The Houston native joins a historic year in pageants, where, for the first time ever, titles for all top five contests are held by Black women.
The Internet agrees. Miss Nigeria is the kind of friend everybody should have in their corner.
She's extra fiery in red!
The Black woman reign continues in the pageant world.
With the passage of the CROWN Act and the introduction of similar bills nationwide, we are finally on our way to having the freedom to rock our curls, kinks, and coils.
The singer explains how a beauty drawback helped her gain a much-needed skill.
For the first time in history, Miss America, Miss USA and Miss Teen USA are all Black women. Here the reigning queens—Nia Franklin, Cheslie Kryst and Kaliegh Garris -- reflect on this monumental moment and set their tiaras aside (for just a short while) to rock our beloved cultural crowns
It comes as no surprise to us.
The 25-year-old beauty took the crown at this year's competition.