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The Best Beauty Instagrams of the Week: Imaan Hammam, Ryan Destiny, and More

In the beauty world of Instagram this past week, a few muses offered up creative makeup inspiration just in time for spring. Princess Nokia showed off a graphic, light-reflective winged liner look, Jessica Wu wore thick sparkly, silver liner that paired nicely with a sterling manicure, and makeup artist Priscilla Ono brought the heat with a blood orange shadow and peachy lips. Then, makeup artist Khai graced feeds with an angelic gaze, lilac lids, and highlighter while sharing their Ramadan goals in their caption.
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Heather Graham takes hat-trick in Tigers' loss and Ryan Destiny, Heather Graham Join Horror Film ‘Oracle’ From Will Packer Productions. Ryan Destiny, Heather Graham Join Horror Film ‘Oracle’ From Will Packer Productions and Heather Graham takes hat-trick in Tigers' loss. True/False reveals True Life Fund, True Vision honorees. Embr sends...
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Ryan Destiny on Being the Face of Black Opal and Her Relationship With Beauty

All products featured on Teen Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Ryan Destiny didn’t start wearing makeup until high school and claims she was “really bad” at it – but fast forward to 2021 and she’s officially the face of makeup brand Black Opal.
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Ryan Destiny on Being Black Opal’s First Celebrity Ambassador, and Her Secret to Glowing Skin

All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Black Opal now has its first celebrity ambassador. The iconic brand—founded in 1994 by the late chemist Nikos P. Mouyiaris and acquired in 2019 by Desiree Rogers and Cheryl McKissack—tapped singer-actor Ryan Destiny to be the face of the brand. “I started using Black Opal when I was 16 years old. They were one of the first foundations that had my color and were also very affordable,” the multitalented muse told Vogue during an Instagram Live interview. “It’s Black woman owned, and I love being the face of the brand and helping out creatively. It feels like a full-circle moment for me.”
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Ryan Destiny

In just a few short years, Ryan has become one of the hottest up and coming ‘it girls’ in the entertainment industry. Her good looks, endless talent, and work ethic have come together to make her a star. Ryan got her big break when she was cast as Alexandra Crane in the TV series, Star. Although the show’s cancellation seemed somewhat abrupt, Ryan didn’t let that stop her from keeping the momentum going. In 2020, she joined the cast of the popular sitcom Grown-ish and she will also be starring in an upcoming movie called Flint Strong. Although Ryan’s career is still somewhat in its early stages, it’s clear that she’s going to be around for years to come. Here are 10 things you didn’t know about Ryan Destiny.
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Ryan Destiny is now the official face of Black Opal Beauty

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Ryan Destiny Is the New Face of Black Opal, and Oh, What a Face

When Ryan Destiny takes a picture, her eyes look right through you. Not in a way that makes you feel invisible. Her gaze is that of someone who can see your entire past and future, who can tell you about the first breath you took on your own, and the exact second and circumstance of your final exhalation. She's got the eyes of a person who knows your heart because she's already seen directly into your soul. Tyra Banks calls it smizing, I call it magic. She's thrilling to look at, but such is the case for beauty as totally overwhelming and otherworldly as hers.