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Anissa Gabbara

Anissa Gabbara is a Michigan-based freelance writer who enjoys the beauty, health, lifestyle, and pop culture space. In addition to Sisters, she has contributed to Sesi magazine, and Maple City Our Town. She is also an experienced PR and marketing professional. 

Anissa 's Articles
Sisters know a salon visit is a form of self-care. Now hairstylists around the globe have begun to advocate for mental health in Black women.
, April 11, 2024
Need to put off wash day because you’re booked and busy? Even if you need to revive a week-old style, we’ve got you.
, March 14, 2024
A satisfying snack we think of as “fattening” may help kill cravings, burn fat and lower the risk of heart disease and diabetes.
, February 29, 2024
We give Angela a round of applause for telling our stories and preserving our history for nearly 40 years, all for the love of the craft — and the culture.
, February 8, 2024
Compounds in this delicious tea, enjoyed for millennia, may help you burn calories, curb your appetite—even stabilize your blood sugar. Here’s what to know.
, February 1, 2024
As The Color Purple opens in theaters, we celebrate, we feel seen and we'll be on the scene! Plus: Enter for a chance to win a copy of Alice Walker’s timeless, treasured novel.
, December 6, 2023
These heatless options give you a longer, looser style and are ideal for tracking your growth and switching up your ‘do.
, December 6, 2023
Treat the music fans in your life to something thoughtful this season. Cool picks from Black-owned brands, too.
, November 29, 2023
Trailblazer. Truthteller. Triple threat. Janet Jackson, the girl many Sisters ‘grew up’ with, has been a way-shower for Black womanhood.
, November 22, 2023
The 52-year-old artist changed hip-hop for good, thanks to her legendary sound, remarkable vision and innovative style.
, October 27, 2023