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4 Tips for Carefree Fun in the Sun

4 Tips for Carefree Fun in the Sun

by Chiamaka Eleje August 30, 2017

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Becoming #SpringBae, 5 Spring Skincare Tips

Becoming #SpringBae, 5 Spring Skincare Tips

by Lauren R.D Fox April 05, 2017

Spring calls on us to clean out our closets, Feng Shui our furniture and even look for new boos; and while we make these changes, many of us forget to revamp our skincare regimes for the new season.

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LET’S TALK ABOUT SKIN

LET’S TALK ABOUT SKIN

by Nneka Obidike Gerstle October 04, 2016

Black skin is rich in color, texture and quality. Still, like all other skin types, it is often prone to a myriad of unwelcome conditions. While it would be easy enough to simply brush over our blemishes, here at Bolden we prefer to get to the root of issues, and deal with them head-on.

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Lemonade

Lemonade

by Nneka Obidike Gerstle June 08, 2016

On the heel of her powerful, feather-­‐ruffling Super Bowl performance, Beyoncé debuted Lemonade, her visual album, to rave reviews from critics and audiences across the globe. The warm reception came as no surprise, since just about everything breathed from the mouth of Queen Bey turns to gold, as though she were Miss Midas and not Mrs. Carter.

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Marvel at the Beauty

Marvel at the Beauty

by Nneka Obidike Gerstle May 05, 2016

Flowing capes, futuristic suits of armor, yellow-maned gods, and the occasional not so jolly green giant. Welcome to the wonderful Marvel Universe where creativity flourishes and the denotation of beauty is… well, a work in progress.

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All About Shea

All About Shea

by Bolden USA December 17, 2014

Shea has been used for centuries in Africa in many applications; for its therapeutic and moisturizing properties, in various traditional ceremonies, and as a food source. It has a well established use as skin ointment for its anti-inflammatory properties, and its ability to help the skin heal and retain moisture. In some traditional weddings, it is used to improve the bride's skin tone and elasticity months before the ceremony. Some regions also eat the shea fruit which is high in Vitamin C, and reportedly tastes like plain yogurt.

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