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Artist Transforms Women's Afros into Stunning Nature Images

AN ARTIST who "sees Mother Nature in black women", is producing sensational images online by changing Afros into impressive natural and celestial scenes.

Pierre Jean-Louis, a US-based artist, started producing these pictures utilizing an app called Enlight to flaunt the beauty in black woman rocking their natural curls and coils. He shares the stunning images from his Black Girl Magic photo-series on his account Instagram account.

I started creating these beautiful images in 2014 around September when I began following some remarkable accounts on Instagram [which have] absolutely nothing but gorgeous black queens rocking their natural hair, Jean-Louis informed The Huffington Post.

 

You can't cross the sea merely by standing and staring at the water.
The Future of the Style Program: Manufacturer Gayle Dizon

It’s an important role, however it’s just a small portion of exactly what she does as the founder of her creative agency, Dizon Inc. Among Fall’s New York venues, none was more spectacular than the one Dizon landed for Proenza Schouler, the fifth-floor gallery of the new Renzo Piano developed Whitney Museum of American Art. And this was coming off a Fall 15 show in which she had actually scored designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez the Whitney’s old Breuer structure.

I indicate, I’m older than them, however I know instinctively exactly what they’ll like, what’s right for them, for their brand development.

 

Sometimes you get the best light from a burning bridge.
New Natural Hair Publication Sets a Brand-new Standard for Black Women's Beauty

One brand-new publication seeks to commemorate all the remarkable qualities of every natural, curly-haired black queen.

CRWNMAG is a quarterly, print-first publication that honors the transformative power and beauty of best facials in los angeles black women’s hair. The publication released its first print edition in August 2015 and shares additional digital material through its site and social platforms.

Co-founders Lindsey Day, who functions as editor-in-chief, and Nkrumah Farrar, who is its innovative director, teamed up to produce a platform that records the experiences of natural-haired black women, sets a brand-new requirement of beauty and motivates women all over to accept their own hair journey.