Beauty News: Brown Girl Beauty Collective Launches Multicultural Beauty Series in Atlanta

I am super excited to announce my newest venture Brown Girl Beauty Collective. Created with fellow beauty editor and one of my favorite ATL chicas Kimberly Walker, Brown Girl Beauty Collective is a special beauty series made specifically for women of color. This series will highlight the latest beauty, skincare, makeup, fragrance, hair and health brands made for and by women of color. We are all about shining awareness on niche brands that cater to our communities with unique products that service our needs in ways many other products don’t.

The series currently will be held in Atlanta but we have plans to take this super fun concept nationwide in the very near future. Each event will be held bi-monthy in a swanky location where our participants can come for an afternoon or evening of enlightenment, education, fun and information. What makes this series really cool is that the women who attend will get a chance to learn very detailed information about the brands we are highlighting and the particular products that we plan to showcase. Kimberly and I will give our opinions on how the product/s worked for us and will answer questions in regards to our experiences with these products.

In addition to our expertise as beauty contributors and editors for several of the top African American magazines including, JET,, Upscale, Sister 2 Sister, Juicy and many more, we will have a specialist or brand marketer to answer any and all clinical questions that may delve deeper than Kim or I can attempt to answer. There will be refreshments and goodie bags for each and every participant along with information on the product/s for futher education.

If you are in the Atlanta area and would like to attend a future event, please feel free to contact us at also please follow us on Twitter @BrownGirlBC

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