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1. Amandla Stenberg

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The ‘Teen Vogue’ covergirl turned heads with a full ‘fro and a vibrant red lip at the Stella McCartney Fall 2016 presentation.

2. Jennifer Lopez

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From her messy high ponytail to her smoldering metallic eyeshadow, Jennifer Lopez’s look at the ‘All I Have’ residency launch was simply mesmerizing.

3. Lupita Nyong’o and Jennifer Lopez

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The gorgeous duo hung out backstage at ‘The Color Purple’ rocking two memorable looks: Lupita Nyong’o with a TWA full of springy curls, and Jennifer Hudson with full bangs and a dark burgundy lip.

4. Tracee Ellis Ross

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With a natural glow and a halo of soft curls, Tracee Ellis Ross stunned at the ELLE’s 6th Annual Women in Television Dinner.

5. Keke Palmer

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Hello, bangs! The “Scream Queens” star served fresh-faced glamour on the set of ‘Extra’ at Universal Studios Hollywood.

6. Yara Shahidi

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Yara gave us serious hair envy with a full top knot at ELLE’s Women in Television Dinner, coiffed by none other than her mother, Keri Shahidi.

7. Mary J. Blige

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No one can rock a blunt platinum bob quite like Mary J. Blige. The singer dazzled at the Critics’ Choice Awards, pairing her signature look with a smoky eye.

8. Rashida Jones

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Rashida Jones makes a strong case for the ‘lob,’ rocking the trendy haircut with flirty bangs at the AOL Build Speaker Series.

9. Shanice Williams

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The “Wiz” star looked breathtaking at the Critics Choice Awards with a glowing highlight, brown smoke eye and glossy nude lips.

10. Chanel Iman

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Chanel Iman tapped into her sultry side at the Vandal Grand Opening with kohl liner on her top and lower lids, and deep burgundy lips to match.

For 2024’s iteration of MadameNoire and HelloBeautiful’s annual series Women to Know, we knew we wanted to celebrate the people who help make the joys of film and television possible. To create art is to create magic. This year, we spotlight Hollywood Executive’s changing the face of cinema.