When it comes to makeup, I find the biggest concerns among Black women are finding a
foundation color that works well with their natural skin tone, and learning how to contour
specific parts of the face (eyes, lips or nose). Well guess what? After thoroughly exploring this
section, you will learn all of that and much more! Click here for the best in skin care! And
don't think you're going to get away without wearing blush! Let's face it, our memories of blush
stem from a period when few colors were available for Black women. Our women walked
around with war stripes on their faces, which left a lot of us with fears about wearing blush. I
promise, if applied properly, it will only add warmth to your overall look, and not overwhelm it.
Don't worry, I'll tell you how to do it. Find perfect colors to compliment your skin tone!
Remember when all of us walked around with reddish-orange complexions? Well not anymore!
Because of the huge increase in Black beauty icons, cosmetic companies are expanding their
lines to include our women with our specific needs in mind. I know it will help you gain more
confidence in available products, as well as discover how glamorous you can be. I highly
encourage you to have fun and try new things. Remember, practice makes perfect. It took me
an entire month to learn how to contour my eyes. Talk about frustrating! I must admit I have
gained a new appreciation for beauty, and I know you will too. If you're interested in books
about Black Beauty, I've found a few that I think you will love. Furthermore, it's important for
you to be able to stay informed about the latest activities within your culture, so I invite you to
check out Essence magazine. Your environment is developing at a very rapid pace, hopefully
staying up-to-date on the latest travel recommendations, food and drink recipes, career advice,
and entertainment reviews will add some spark to your day. Looking good is key, but staying
informed is the icing on the cake! Now sit