Black Twitter is responding to Elle Magazine positioning Tracee Ellis Ross as ‘the face of Black beauty.’
Tracee graced the cover of the August edition of Elle, which was the inaugural “State of Black Beauty” edition. And she spoke about her personal experiences as a Black woman and her kind of beauty not being considered beautiful by mainstream America.
But being that she is a bi-racial woman with physical features that clearly reflect both her European and African lineage, some people questioned her being positioned as an authority on Black beauty.
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Here’s how social media responded:
What do you think about Tracee Ellis Ross being positioned as ‘the face of Black beauty’ considering that she is bi-racial?
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