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What is your #BlackGirlMagic?

What is your #BlackGirlMagic?

Black Girl Magic at its Finest

Every black women has heard of the term “black girl magic”. It is a term defined as, the art of pure, unadulterated dopiness, that every black women exudes, that beholds not only her internal and external beauty, but demonstrates the glory of God the creator.  Black girl magic is a movement that has captivated the hearts of the melanin community. It is a concept that has allowed many black women to band together and feel empowered, special, and untouchable. This type of magic is noted as exclusive and only available to the women of the Black community. Within this magic, you will find swag, strength, confidence, and much more and it shows in your hair, your style, and your very own unique shade of skin. Every women has their very own magic that is exhibited differently in their life. So the question is, what’s your black girl magic?


How to Find Your Black Girl Magic?

There’s not just one special way to find your black girl magic. But it does take courage, confidence and healing to find what you makes you special living in a world full of people. You can start by writing down gratitude, the things you love about your body, mind and soul, as well as the different ways you can give back to others. When you’re able to encompass all these attributes and truly identify them, that’s when your black girl magic will shine. Every black woman has magic, we just have to find what makes us unique.


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By Patrice Shumate

Farah Green
Farah Green
Web Content Manager

As a teenager, Farah always struggled with her weight. With the daily challenge of having to lose and maintain her weight, Farah decided she is going to be the first in her family to break unhealthy eating habits and combat disease. Since then, she has found a passion for health and wellness and is always researching the next fitness craze. Farah is dedicated to educating women on how to best take care of themselves mentally, physically, and spiritually.

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