2012’s fall fashion has presented an array of trends, from of the dark reds and gothic blacks, to the baroque prints and textured leather, tailored tweeds and chunky knits. All of which have yet again reappeared into our wardrobes and look books. Continue reading
It’s only since the last few years, have I noticed a transformation in the cosmetics industry and its mind-set regarding women of colour. If we look back at our mother’s generation, let’s say the 80s, good quality makeup for women of colour was almost nonexistent. These days we have such an extensive assortment of makeup brands, that we are almost spoilt for choice. Cosmetic companies now comprehend the growing market and fabricate more products to suit the needs of women of colour.
Black opal, Revlon, Mac, L’Oreal, NARS and Fashion Fair are just some of many brands created to suit the needs of women of colour. I am going to show you some of my favourite makeup Brands that work well for women of colour.
Since summer 2010, I have always contemplated on modifying my everyday make-up look to make it a bit more dazzling. With the objective of shopping for a new vibrant product, I stumbled upon Sleek, Caribbean Collection, Aruba Blush (Limited Edition). It’s a shame the blush was a limited edition; however I am pretty sure you can find someone selling it on eBay.