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5 New Latinx Series You Need to Start Watching

Latinx representation on TV is still lacking but this year there are some new series to help fill that gaping void. When Netflix canceled its original series One Day at a Time, centered around a Cuban family in Los Angeles, Latinx twitter quickly protested the move and it looks like they’re now trying to make…

22 Home Decor Items to Help Show Off Your Latinx Pride

Your home is your haven and there’s nothing like filling it with nostalgic symbols from the motherland. The following beautiful home decor items we selected represent an array of Latino cultures and were chosen for their beauty, and the proud fact that they are also sold by Latino-owned businesses.

30 of the Best Beauty Tips and Tricks We Found on the Internet

You can spend an entire day scrolling and clicking on Pinterest pins, watching videos on YouTube, and liking tutorials on Instagram having to do with beauty. It’s incredible that we live in a day and age that learning the latest (or old school) belleza tips, tricks, and hacks is really only a click away. But…

A Selena Themed Catrina Statue Is Coming to Texas for Día De Los Muertos

When I first saw Pixar’s Coco, I loved seeing Frida Kahlo and Maria Felix depicted as calacas — also known as Day of the Dead skeletons. I also wondered what it would be like to see another Latinx icon in calaca or catrina form — for example, I envisioned what the late Selena Quintanilla would look like….

23 Pairs of Boots to Help You Dip Your Toes Into Fall

Fall is just around the corner and one of the highlights of the season is getting to wear all those stylish boots, both the faithful ones we have in our closets and the ones we are going to buy off our shopping wish list. The perfect boots offer a stylish touch to our fall layered outfits…

11 Spanish Audiobooks Perfect for Your Little One

Books for Latinx children aren’t just for fun, it’s for introducing kids to Latinx history and culture. Audiobooks are becoming more and more popular partly because it’s easy to do other tasks while the book plays in the background. For this list, we’re featuring a mix of Latinx stories with literary classics that have been…

45 Businesses to Support During Latinx Heritage Month

Additional reporting by Yvette Montoya  September 14 is National Shop Latino Day, and you know we love nothing more than recommending tons of cool Latinx brands to shop from! Luckily, you will soon also be able to shop several great Latinx companies all in one place, as Brittany Chavez’s Shop Latinx store is slated to…

My Uncle Immigrated to the States So We Wouldn’t Have to

Forty years ago, long before my existence, my future was already being paved by my uncle’s actions and sacrifices. Forty years ago, my then 23-year-old uncle, boarded a plane in Peru and headed to America, changing the course of our family’s life forever.  My uncle, who we call Coco because his shaved head when he…

12 Homemade Face Masks for Glowing Skin

We all want beautiful skin, but thinking about either making your skin gorgeous or maintaining that amazing glow can be overwhelming. Do you run out and buy a 10-step regimen? Do you spend a bunch of money? What works and what doesn’t? There are some natural ingredients that are tried and true factors in making…

CurlFest 2019: A Celebration of Natural Hair and #BlackGirlMagic

This year’s Curlfest was my first time in attendance, and I am eternally grateful such a movement was created for us curly-haired women of color. After walking from the subway station off of 125th and Lexington, a sea of melanated queens appeared from every direction, as the line for the shuttle bus to Randall’s Island…