Sharon L. Bjyrd is best known for her vibrant portraits celebrating the beauty and diversity of the Black experience.
Extraordinary times call for truly extraordinary holiday festivities. Consider one of these unique ideas that will be a hit with everyone.
The holidays are right around the corner and you’re excited about commencing the annual celebratory gift exchange with family and friends.
Kente, mudcloth, dashiki – African prints are deeply rooted in centuries-old African textiles that were meticulously made by hand. Their legendary stories give special meaning to today’s modern styles inspired by their vivid colors and dramatic contrasts.
Step aside sisters, you’re about to be outdone! (A little friendly competition is all part of the fun!) Love getting kudos (and maybe an envious look or two!) from your fellow fashionistas? Create your own “A Style” and dress to impress with a few of our favorite fall looks.
Meet Ashro Woman of the Week, Dr. Regina H. from Jersey City, NJ “I always look like I am going somewhere.” Dr. Regina is a retired professor, Deputy Chair of Nursing, who is full of style, determination and faith. Now, as a co-pastor and first lady, she preaches and teaches alongside her husband at their Baptist church. Thanks for inspiring us, Regina!
Become. Evolve. Transform. (We Dare You) Learn how to wear a wig—and why! Whether you want to switch up your look, turn around a bad hair day or give your styling tools a rest, wigs come in so many gorgeous, ready-to-wear black hair styles: short, curly, long, short. All it takes is a little know-how. Get ready to look amazing!
Meet Ashro Woman of the Week, Michelle G. from Charlotte, NC. This beautiful wife and mother of 3 is a hardworking woman of faith. She is a speech and language pathologist, founder of her own 501c3 (Virtuous Communications), and is just about to earn her doctorate in pastoral/biblical counseling. Go Michelle!