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Getting the Duchess of Cambridge's wavy locks is WAY cheaper than you think.
Amena Khan stepped down after her old tweets criticizing Israel were uncovered.
L’Oréal Paris just made history by featuring YouTuber Amena Khan, wearing her headscarf. It’s the first time a major mainstream hair campaign has featured a woman in a hijab.
“How many brands are doing things like this? Not many," Khan told Vogue UK.
These two nailed it on the runway.
Fans on social media think Munroe Bergdorf would be perfect for Rih's brand.
This morning, L’Oreal dropped Munroe Bergdorf, their first ever trans model, from their diversity campaign after a media
DJ and trans activist Munroe Bergdorf has since called for a boycott of the company.
Is this really something we need right now?