Aisha Beau is a self-care writer, blogger, and speaker, specializing in beauty, wellness, travel and mental health.
In 2016, after being stopped on numerous occasions by fellow women of color inquiring about her makeup and skincare routine, Aisha decided it was time to create her own platform. AishaBeau.com originated as a beauty blog, but slowly manifested itself into a digital destination covering self-care as a whole. From beauty to lifestyle, and personal development, each post emphasizes the importance of internal and external well being.
With an audience of engaged followers, readers, and subscribers on social media Aisha has developed a community eager to dig deeper into their self-care practices.
Aisha has spoken at empowerment events as either a panelist or a featured speaker. She’s been featured on Cosmopolitan.com, Refinery29, BET.com and more. In 2020, Aisha will be launching a corresponding podcast, her debut book, and host a self-care retreat for her community in Tulum, Mexico.
Aisha’s writing about mental health and personal development has been featured on FastCompany.com, SUCCESS.com, the Shine Text App, Zora Mag, Forge Magazine, Black Girl In Om, and more.
AishaBeau.com has recently launched a YouTube component, check it out here!
Want to contact Aisha? You can do so here!
“Getting Even Tone On Skin Of Color” – American Spa (November 2019)
“Overcoming Destination Addiction with Aisha Beau Johnson” – “Thank You Heartbreak” Podcast (May 2019)
“The Best Curl Products for 4C Hair, According to Natural Hair Influencers” – Cosmopolitan (February 2019)
“Real Women Open Up About Their Short Hair Evolution: Part I” – UnRuly (September 2018)
“Don’t Touch My Hair: 20 Women Tell Us About #DatingWhileNatural” – BET (September 2018)
“Colorism in Hollywood” – Refinery29 (May 2018)
“Classic Beauty: Aisha Beau Johnson” – Beyond Classically Beautiful (March 2018)
“How to automate new habits so that you’ll stick with them” – Fast Company (October 2019)
“Dancing May Be the Best Form of Exercise” – Elemental (September 2019)
Ongoing Self-Care Articles – Shine (October 2018 – September 2019)
“These are the 7 most common types of fear” – Fast Company (August 2019)
“Bebe Moore Campbell Was the Champion for Mental Health We Need Right Now” – Zora by Medium (July 2019)
“The Worst Advice I Ever Received Was “Follow Your Passion”” – Forge by Medium (July 2019)
“How to Stop Crowdsourcing Your Decisions and Give Yourself Permission” – SUCCESS Magazine (May 2019)
“3 Black-Owned Supplement Brands You Need to Know” – The Black Wellness Community (2018)
“I Can’t, I’m Saving: Why We Need to be More Honest in Our Relationships” – Black Girl In Om (September 2018)
“Pride In the Possibility: On Conquering the Fear of Success” – Black Girl In Om (June 2018)