Essence magazine is a lifestyle friend for African-American and black women everywhere between the ages of 18 and 49. The magazine covers fashion, lifestyle and beauty with an intimate friendly tone. It aims to encourage women to live life to the full and covers all the usual areas of health, diet, men, relationships, childcare and home management as well as celebrity interviews. The celebrities featured in Essence will be successful role models and will provide interesting advice and tips on ways to enjoy your life to the full.
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With previous covers featuring Jennifer Hudson, Angela Bassett and Janet Jackson readers can see the strong role models which the magazine aspires to promote. The interviews will contain everything the reader wants to know, such as the star’s controversial weight stories, how they cope juggling their family and children and their favourite fashion styles. The interviews with the stars will always be in depth and inspirational. Readers will probably learn a few new things about these great celebs that they didn’t know before.
There will be regular themed issues of the magazine which will focus on the important issues for modern women today, past issues have covered contentious problems such as racism in the work place and how black women fit into the showbiz world of Hollywood. Readers thinking that this magazine is just a superficial look at women’s lifestyle will get a pleasant surprise. Essence magazine likes to scratch a little deeper and bring women the important issues affecting them today.
Essence magazine will also contain the best health and beauty sections with the finest products for black women everywhere. This magazine is great because it only focuses on dark skin tones and make up which works best on darker skin. This will probably be a breath of fresh air for some black women who may find other magazines focus far too heavily on make up for paler women. This magazine is a celebration of dark skinned women everywhere and there won’t be a ridiculously tanned or bleached blonde bimbo in sight!