African Fashion Models
Liya Kebede, Anais Mali, Ajak Deng, Cindy Bruna, Fatima Siad, Betty Adewole, Grace Bol, Ataui Deng, Flaviana Matata, Grace Mahary, Malaika Firth, Maria Borges, Iman Abdulmajid, Nyasha Matonhodze, Oluchi Onweagba, Senait Gidey, Sharam Diniz, Alek Wek, Ajuma Nasenyana, Yasmin Warsame, Ubah Hassan, Herieth Paul, Leila Ndabirabe, Aminata Niaria, Nana Keita, Georgie Badiel, Nykhor Paul
🌺💋🌸 used: 2AM, Love+, Poison Plum, Buttercupcake, Dollipop, Tako, Lumi, and Precious lashes, all from #sugarpill gel eyeliner in 77 from #inglot used #Anastasiabeverlyhills eye brow pencil in soft brown, and on the lips I’m using an #OCC lip tar in grandma!
Give me anything that sparkles ✨ Details: MAC “cranberry” (outer corners) MAC “pink freeze” (lid) layered with MAC teal reflects glitter on top. Inglot Gel Liner, @anastasiabeverlyhills pro brow palette on my eyebrows, her concealer to clean up my eyebrows and highlight my face and set it all with her contour kit. 💋 #anastasiabeverlyhills #maccosmetics #ilovemaciggirls #comeoncloserxoxo #inglot
Last week Long Island teenager Kwasi Enin captured national headlines after becoming part of an impressive club: high school seniors who have been accepted into all eight Ivy League schools. However, while many celebrated Enin’s achievement, a bitter minority griped that the teenager had somehow gamed the system. The racial subtext was obvious: Enin couldn’t have actually have gotten into all those schools by himself. Why? Well, because he’s black.