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The My Black Is Beautiful Movement Continues With Laurieann Gibson, Sevyn Streeter & More #MBIB #AllTogetherBeautiful

July 9th, 2015 by Christen

As part of its long-standing commitment to touch and improve the lives of African-American women, Procter & Gamble (P&G) was proud to be a major sponsor of the 2015 ESSENCE Festival for the eighth straight year. This year, P&G’s My Black is Beautiful inspires women to celebrate and share their All Together Beautiful message during the 2015 ESSENCE Festival and beyond by providing signature experiences with its partner brands, CoverGirl Queen Collection, Pantene and more!


Sevyn Streeter


What does confidence mean to you? To me, it means the ability to walk into a room full of people with my head held high and begin dancing, like no one’s watching.  Confidence is what the My Black Is Beautiful movement is all about.  (And that dancing like no one’s watching part, it actually happened… but I’ll get to that later.)

Kicking off their weekend of fun, MBIB hosted an exclusive influencer dinner with guests including Laurieann Gibson, Raheem Devaughn and performances by Sevyn Streeter and Amber Riley.



Getting in the groove with celebrity choreographer Laurieann Gibson.


Kindred Family Stone

Kindred the Family Soul

Sevyn Streeter MBIB

Sevyn Streeter and Digital Sorority

In addition to celebrating the goal of reaching and empowering over 3 Million young women and girls to embrace their beauty from within, the My Black Is Beautiful campaign also lead Essence Fest as the epicenter of self-love, beauty and entertainment.


MBIB PG Dinner Essence Fest

BlogXilla and Vanessa James hanging with the Digital Sorority crew


Amber Riley and Raheem DeVaughn

Amber Riley and Raheem DeVaughn 

Photo credit: Chris Mitchell


Friday launched the MBIB Digital Sorority Social Newsroom Takeover with Kela, Ty and I hosting celebrity interviews and revealing #AllTogetherBeautiful moments from Essence Festival in New Orleans.  We got the chance to chat all things beautiful with Essence Fest celebs, plus get a few beauty makeovers and touch ups of our own from the fabulous beauty baronesses from the My Black Is Beautiful team.


MBMB Digital Sorority

Digital Sorority talks being #AllTogetherBeautiful in the MBIB Social Newsroom.

MBMB Digital Sorority

Kela Walker of cracking up inside the MBIB Social Newsroom



It’s only befitting that I got the chance to sit down with celebrity choreographer – Lauriann Gibson and discuss her favorite My Black Is Beautiful moments, why she partnered with MBIB and who she finds inspiration from.  (Check out the video HERE.) We also chatted about my impromptu dance session where your’s truly had a dance party solo! *LOL*

Essence Fest may be over, but you can still enjoy the celebration by reliving all the fun at the My Black is Beautiful booth and check out the amazing makeovers, live music, celebrity meet-and-greets, and more on social media using #MBIB and #AllTogetherBeautiful. For more information about My Black is Beautiful, visit and follow on, Instagram (@MBIB) and Twitter (@MBIB), using hashtags #MBIB and #AllTogetherBeautiful.


Imagine A Future, Where All Women Owned The Power Of Their Beauty

July 8th, 2013 by Christen

Imagine a future where all women owned the power of their beauty.  Self Love.  Self Esteem.  It sounds rather simple right?  But with the recent rise in conversation surrounding the emotional and psychological state that develops in children and teens surrounding the lack of self love and low self esteem, it’s about time that these conversations are brought to the forefront and Proctor & Gamble’s My Black Is Beautiful latest project does just that.

Tatyana Ali

“Imagine A Future” documentary screening hosted by Tatyana Ali

Originally aired Friday, July 5th on BET – the “Imagine A Future” documentary shared Janet Goldsboro’s story of self-acceptance and self-discovery as she travels from Delaware to South Africa.  During Essence Festival Weekend, My Black Is Beautiful hosted a wonderful collection of women and press to the screening premier in New Orleans, LA.  Hosted by Tatyana Ali with appearances by Tai BeauchampBeverly Bond and more – the evening ignited the spark of conversation which also included public screenings throughout Essence Music Festival and more!


Imagine A Future carpet

Beverly Bond, Janet Goldsboro, Tatyana Ali & producer

“As a long-standing ESSENCE Festival sponsor, My Black Is Beautiful is committed to providing interactive consumer experiences making us a fan favorite year after year and we are excited to expand our presence through a strategic partnership with Walmart,” said Grace Janes, Brand Manager, My Black Is Beautiful. “This year, we are also happy to bring our first-ever documentary, Imagine a Future, directly to our extended family in New Orleans – where Imagine a Future all started.”


Join MBIB in changing the conversation so every black girl believes her black is beautiful by visiting, or on Twitter, @MBIB.  Consumers will soon be able to download an Imagine a Future discussion guide that will provide insightful information to fuel conversations and engagement. So gather your sisters, daughters and friends and discover the thought-provoking documentary “Imagine A Future” in its entirety below.




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