"Every strand is a testimony to our history, that makes us stronger."
Erica Campbell believes in open and honest conversations about beauty. In addition to being a Grammy-winning artist, a social media presence to be reckoned with, and a partner to a new hair venture, she is the mom of a pre-teen. That role requires her to be intentional about discussing image
Turns out giving your daughter a twist is tougher than a tackle.
The media holds a large influence over our culture and society. Not only does it provide entertainment and advertisement, but it also acts as a reflection of our values, beliefs, and self-understanding.
Where this feminist movement fought for inclusion and equality, the current movement that Always is helping to further is focused on developing self awareness around our language. Phrases get so embedded and entrenched in our culture, often putting a particular group of people at a disadvantage.
The Pantene commercial also shows what certain scenes look like without an apology -- encouraging women to #ShineStrong. While
The Brazilian supermodel has officially linked up with Pantene, showing off her sun-kissed waves in a new shampoo commercial
I'm a 23-year-old working in corporate America and I'm expected to look clean-cut, professional and sophisticated each day. Executives aren't going to take me seriously if I'm wearing a suit but have alfalfa sprouting from my scalp.
I'm all for female empowerment, but I do NOT think this video accomplishes it (as for dramatizing sexism to sell shampoo, I can't even). It didn't leave me feeling empowered and inspired; it left me feeling like I needed a shower.
"Don't let labels hold you back." That's the takeaway message from a new Pantene Philippines commercial, which first aired