Among them is this image of a lady named Lisa Nicole Carson. Her career peaked in around the turn of the millennium, when she was appearing in supporting roles on ER and Ally McBeal at the same time.
I'm not sure what mag this comes from, although I suspect it was one out of New York called Paper. The gutter credit implies she was shot for Vibe magazine. Suffice to say that for several years this was the sexiest idea of a woman in my life.
I believe the lovely, curvaceous LNC experienced substance and psychological issues and pretty much fell off the celebrity radar after her halcyon years. But thanks to the glory of the magical multipipe, I have been able to dig up the very same image that fascinated me for so many years.
I don't know a single thing about black women's hair, save to note that it is a thing of power and glory. And to remark that you just don't see enough of this kind of hair these days. Or bodies as bangin' as late-Nineties Lisa Nicole Carson. Or cheekbones like that. Or tops like that. Okay, jury's out on the top, but the overall impression is pretty fly. Just thought I'd point that out. For me, this lady was the queen in the Nineties.
Apparently she's made a comeback of sorts recently, appearing in an episode of Harry's Law. But this here was the heyday, man!