This month is Black History Month, this month is the time for celebrating black culture and all its greatness. Here at lookatherhair.com, the team wants to share and celebrate all the beautiful black British women from the entertainment, hair and beauty literature and food who are making waves in their industry.
Patricia Bright the queen of YouTube,she a British YouTuber, and fashion, and beauty blogger. she is an entrepreneur, and after launching her YouTube career, she emerged as a style icon, thanks to her impeccable sense of dressing and styling. Patricia has earned many accolades in the fashion and beauty industry. With more than 2 million followers, she is one of the most popular internet stars. Patricia is also associated with many high-end cosmetic brands like MAC, Too Faced, Kylie, and Fenty Beauty. she is every girl best online friend.
Rachel Ama is amazing she runs her own business and she’s vegan! Rachel can make any meat eater turn vegan even for just one day. Her wicked vegan recipe will have your mouth watering. She’s is one our favour plant based BFF that we all need in life. Rachel knows every last thing about the local cool vegan scene.Rachel’s food is a fusion of London taste, influences from her Caribbean and African roots. So,make sure get her amazing cook book that will have you cheating on meat.
Ray BLK is one of Britain’s rising stars, Ray BLK, won BBC’s Sound of 2017 award, making her the first unsigned artist to be recognized by music insiders and critics as the most promising new artist, an honor previously bestowed on acts like Adele and Sam Smith. One thing we love about her is warm and rich voice, she is a stars in the making.
AJ is one of TV’s most exciting rising stars. With her exuberant personality she is fabulously suited to live and studio presenting. She has showcased her talents most recently by hosting ITV2’s music show The Hot Desk and 4Music TV show, Trending Live.
Already a well accomplished live TV presenter, AJ has fronted Channel 5’s hugely popular Big Brother’s Bit on the Side with Rylan Clark and it’s sister show Big Brother’s Bit on the Psyche with Iain Lee.
Yomi Adegoke & Elizabeth Uviebinené
Yomi Adegoke collaborated with Elizabeth Uviebinené to write Slay in Your Lane: The Black Girl Bible. Nine publishers fought for the rights to the book, with Adegoke and Uviebinené winning five-figure sums. It was published by 4th Estate in 2018.It was described as a ‘guide to life for a generation of black women’. To write the book, Adegoke and Uviebineneé interviewed several accomplished black women. The book covers work, education, money, dating and health, as well as the media representation of black women. all we like say is thank you for making a book that every black girl need to read.
Jamelia is a British recording artist, television presenter and actress. She has released three studio albums, each of which has reached the Top 40 in the UK, which collectively have spawned eight UK top-ten singles. In addition, Jamelia has won four MOBO Awards, a Q Award and has received nine BRIT Award nominations.
Ms Banks is a British female rapper who has hit the stage with Little Mix for BRITs. Ms Banks is a born and raised South Londoner. Though a British native, the rapper comes from Nigerian and Ugandan heritage. she is rising up in he scene and she is a force to be reckoned with.