From celebrity hairstylists to hair influencers, they are calling on people to #PullUp. This includes justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and the others that have been lost at the hands of the system. 

  1. Nikkie Nelms

“Are u more worried about being “On Brand” with ur content, right now? Have u ONLY been posting about moisturizers and doing tutorials? Are u afraid to let ur affiliates know where u stand and who ur standing with? Do u “safely” post on ur ig story because it goes away in 24hrs? ?? #PullUp .“Friends” ?. ✊?✊?✊?✊?✊?”

Image and caption credit: Nikkie Nelms Instagram
  1. Ted Gibson

#zianaoliphant 9 year old beautiful girl talking about something she should not have to be at her age #blacklivesmatter #charlotte#northcarolina #racism #blackgirlmagic

Image and caption credit: Ted Gibson Instagram
  1. Jen Atkin

“We have to not only protest but (myself included) have uncomfortable conversations with friends and family. Donate if you can. We can ALL do better. The protests will end but the racism still exists. Dive into the discomfort. Start talking about white silence and white privilege.”

Image and caption credit: Jen Atkin Instagram
  1. Johnny Ramirez

“HATE doesn’t get you anywhere, it will always destroy your soul and hurt others. 

But LOVE ❤️ does, it will always give you peace. And make others that surround you feel good. 

It’s important to Love your kids unconditionally, so they don’t grow up to HATE.

Thank you f @kristengiorgi for posting this ❤️”

Image and caption credit: Johnny Ramirez Instagram
  1. Frank Galasso

“Im so proud of the city I live in . We all came out and you all heard our voices .  #blm #losangeles#la #equality #equalrights #justice

Image and caption credit: Frank Galasso Instagram
  1. Justine Marjan

“I want to take a minute to express so much love and gratitude to my ig followers and community. You all followed me for hair tutorials and got activism instead and have embraced it with open hearts and open minds. I promise I will post tutorials again soon, but appreciate your support towards social justice and racial equality around the ? I have an amazing swipe up google doc you can find in my story with facts that support common arguments around BLM when approaching friends and family members who still aren’t getting it. Also highly suggest watching 13th by @avaon Netflix, reading The New Jim Crow, downloading the free e-book The End Of Policing from @versobooks and watching Sunday nights episode of @lastweektonight for more information on why we must defund the police and imagine a new vision for public safety! love you all! BLM ✊?”

Image and caption credit: Justine Marjan Instagram
  1. Riawna Capri

“You don’t HAVE to believe what your parents/grandparents taught you. You CAN create your OWN thoughts and feelings, and it’s OKAY for them to differ from your family/friends. Let’s be the generation that is creating CHANGE from those old ways of thinking. Educate yourself and know it’s OKAY to think differently than the society you grew up in. And help KINDLY teach those who are stuck in the past. Stand up for what FEELS right. ❤️ Xx, R”

Image and caption credit: Riawna Capri Instagram
  1. Chris Appleton

“Understand your voice matters – speak up for what’s right. #justiceforgeorgefloyd

Image and caption credit: Chris Appleton Instagram
  1. Matt Rez

“This image amongst many I have seen these days is beyond heartbreaking. Please join me and millions of people to peacefully ask for justice for George Floyd on 



Image and caption credit: Matt Rez Instagram
  1. Kim Kimble

“Over the last week, so much has changed over the last week and nothing has changed…⁣

It’s very frustrating…⁣

As a black woman…⁣

As a mother…⁣

As an American…⁣

As a human…⁣

I’ll be honest: it’s been A LOT for me as it has for all of us.⁣

We all deal with it differently:⁣

Some protest.⁣

Some riot.⁣

Some sit still.⁣

And some create.⁣

We have all just witnessed one of the most horrible things we will ever see and I’ve been shaken to my core.⁣

I’ve chosen to be still and pray.⁣

Prayers for the families of⁣




Prayers that no person is ever murdered again simply because of the color of their skin. ?? .

#GeorgeFloyd #ahmaudarbery#breyonnataylor #BLM#blacklivesmatter

Image and caption credit: Kim Kimble Instagram


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It is with love and optimism that we share this issue in such a time as this. L.A. STYLE announces our unwavering solidarity for the equality revolution; we join hands and hearts with our sisters and brothers who are oppressed by systemic racism and other injustices occurring due to the color of our skin. As Robert Frost once wrote, “The only way out is through.”
This “Color is Beautiful” issue,  features over 100 public statements from a collection of movie stars, music legends, political figures, sports stars and more who have spoken out for justice. 
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