“Stomp the Yard” star Meagan Good has just shared a stunning image of herself on Instagram to celebrate Black Women’s History Month. Good models beautifully in the impressive number. The dress has netted sleeves and a train with a similar pattern. The dress’s waist has a thick black belt detailed with a jeweled buckle that matched the beaded veil over her hair.
Good posed for Fault magazine wearing a series of gorgeous outfits. Wilford Lenov styled her and Maisha Oliver did her hair. The talented Jorge Monroy created her classic make-up. The dynamic movie star tagged everyone that contributed to the epic look on Instagram and shared the picture with her 5.9 million followers. She simply wrote in the caption: Good, who worked her way up from playing teenage roles long into her young adult years, is now an established member of the acting industry.
She spoke to Fault about the importance of Black representation in film.
She said that the most positive shift she had seen working in the production world was greater inclusivity. She praised the move away from the notion that Black women are monolithic. Good currently has several projects in motion. She worked with an upcoming French-Senegalese singer Diarra and directed her music video “Set Free,” which speaks about rac-ial inequality.
Additionally, Good has also just released an empowering and poignant film called “De-ath Saved My Life,” which premiered on February 18. She discussed her experiences of playing such a powerful role, saying: The movie tackles, and Good plays the main character. Good hoped that the protagonist would be an example to other women and show them that they have the strength to leave bad situations.
Good also debuted as a director with “If Not Now, When?” in January. Her friend, Tamara Bass, was the co-director. The plot follows four high school students into adulthood after being affected by one event. Good has proven to be versatile, with the ability to morph seamlessly into different characters. In the same vein, she has physically transformed in terms of her hair and style too.
Moreover, a few years ago, Good stopped wearing heavy make-up and chose to prioritize her skincare instead. She also created the brand Good Girl Wraps to help protect her hair during workouts.
This is how people reacted to this post:
ebonyivory4000 – Black is Beautiful Gorgeous Nice Amazing Strong Lady
Esther Sicard – they’re to attractive to not be casted for white leads. thats crazy they are so good looking- even good looking black women/mixed race women get treated badly-smh, wow
Slime Doll – U can clearly see a difference for ppl saying she wasn’t darker she was always BROWNSKIN. And she’s admitting she had something done that changed it.
Ppl are delusional, she literally confirmed her skin tone changed. She literally lied with baby pictures
masseiy – As a brown skin person I agree with lighting and seasons changing color however Megan’s recent changes was too drastic. Hopefully she pulls back from whatever treatments/products she was on.
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