It is indeed a magical season for Black Girls to strut their beautiful “stuff”.

Ava DuVernay, directed “My Mic Sounds Nice” – a DOPE one-hour BET special focusing on women in hip hop.

Gabby Sidibe graced the cover of Elle Magazine.

Joey Mazzarino‘s song for his little girl became the Sesame Street hit “I Love My Hair.”

Willow Smith came out with the Beyonce-esque banger “Whip My Hair.”

Tyler Perry revised Ntozake Shange’s most popular work for the silver screen.

Beverly Bond’s fifth year of the Black Girl’s Rock! Awards was showcased on BET with one of the best renditions of “4 Women” – EVER!

And a FastgirlRisha Rox (also known as Marisha Roxanne Scott) – has been featured twice in one week in online magazines that Black Girls frequent: Uptown Magazine and Society HAE.

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We envision her “beating” Eryka Badu, Björk, Kelis, Angelina Jolie, and Lucy Lui’s faces in the near future. And eventually, Tim Burton will holler at her. In the meantime, we get to watch her slowly, intentionally take over the world of face art.

“Risha Rox is revamping the most enduring of artistic subjects, the human visage. With edgy concept & color, she brings new meaning to ‘fresh faced’!”

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