Yes Lioness.Com “Afro Locs Off the Shoulder Tee in Grape”
When a woman recognizes her talents, accepts her gifts, and aligns with her purpose. She uses her gifts to create and deliver her very best work to the rest of the world. [Click to Tweet!]
These four women have created work that not only looks beautiful and inspiring, but empowers women to love their natural beauty, their culture, and their hair in ways that society doesn’t normally promote. In turn, we should recognize and thank them for their efforts. Please consider rocking their apparel and showing them some love! [Click to Tweet!]
1. Yes Lioness
This line is truly empowering and beautiful. Yes Lioness was created to allow people to see the beauty within themselves. Artist M. Borgella does an excellent job of catching the essence of African-American woman with the designs she creates. Her business includes t-shirts, journals, greeting cards, art prints, and recently mugs. Affectionately and appropriately stated Yes Lioness’s tag line is: For the Lioness You know, for the Empress You Love, for the Goddess You Are!
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This line of t-shirts is truly dope. Even when I visit their website (their background music is everything!) or Facebook page it makes me feel dope automatically. The colors and messages Natural is Dope sends are very regal and real. Their line of t-shirts focuses specifically on natural hair and have a range of tanks and tees to select from. Rock their apparel and in line with their slogan, “Be Dope on Purpose.”
These tees promote self-love and acceptance. CCP has four apparel collections to choose from: Love who you are, Boss, Flags Up!, and Last Call. Flags Up includes women whose fros rock their home country and Last Call focusing on Voting and Barack Obama. In addition, CCP creator Nicole Updegraff also has a children’s book about young brown girls learning to love their hair called, I LOVE my Cotton Candy Hair, and she also creates custom artwork and greeting cards.
Creator Andrea Pippins originally studied African-American women loving their hair and titled it, I Love My Hair which turn into brand to help black women celebrate their tresses. Today, she has a t-shirt line and custom prints that embrace natural hair and beauty of black girls and women. Andrea also runs a blog called, Fly which is full of creative and original content that focuses on fashion, art, and design.
Please support these women and the fact that they followed their dreams and use their gifts and talents to create amazing work that we can either rock or display.
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