Black History Month may be coming to a close, but that doesn鈥檛 mean that we can鈥檛 continue to appreciate the culture and contributions of black men and women to our society and the world at large (like these black stylists and designers). The latest example we鈥檙e obsessing over is from Instagram: Kiera, a beauty blogger/cosplayer who slays stereotypes. For Black History Month, she鈥檚 using her Instagram account to (among other things) singlehandedly prove that our favorite TV, film, and comic book heroes are every bit as awesome when portrayed by a woman of color.

WHO WAS SHE, WHO AM I?? lol I may go back dark brown

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鈥淔or the month of February I鈥檓 participating in 28 days of black cosplay,鈥 she wrote. 鈥淢eaning that the cosplayer is black (not specifically the character who they are trying to portray is).鈥 Keep scrolling to see our favorites from her feed.

completely aware that it would've looked cooler with straight hair lol..

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Here she is as Korra from The Legend of Korra. She absolutely slays the look!

She鈥檚 also transformed herself into Kida from Atlantis.

And for anyone who has ever loved Disney Channel from the early aughts: she even dressed as ass-kicking secret agent Kim Possible. We love Kiera鈥檚 RL spin on the look!

And lastly, here鈥檚 her take on Hermione. Gorgeous. While we鈥檝e already seen Hermione portrayed by a woman of color in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (a move that was totally supported by JK Rowling), her version still blows our minds. We鈥檇 love to see more traditionally white female characters recast as POCs.

Who鈥檚 your favorite character? Tell us @BritandCo!

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