You’re supposed to be beautiful in your own skin right? So what is this, light skin, blond hair, colored eyes look everyone is going after? Is it to fit in, because they don’t accept you for you or is it because this is the look that you’reallyyyyyy going after…….I choose the first one! It’s the way of hollywood, and the world, they want one face to represent the face of beauty and everyone in due time must follow suit! Let’s start a pact, right here right now #nobleaching!
Tiana raises a great problem and point.
Personally I’ve never understood this look. I like to dye my hair different colors, I’ll have blonde tips, but I wouldn’t dye my whole head blonde.
Instead of lightening my skin, I darken my skin. I buy foundation that is a few shades darker than myself and apply it to my face and neck. Why? My skin is on the lighter end of the brown skin tone spectrum and I haven’t been accepted into the brown community because of it. Sure I should feel confident and love myself no mater my skin tone. Honestly I feel more confident a few shades darker. I’ve thought of buying colored contacts for fun before, but they violet eyes, or green eyes, sometimes white.
All skin tones are beautiful. Don’t let anyone make you feel or think otherwise.
I also feel this image of lightening your skin tone is more felt by the black and brown communities. I see people of paler skin tones go tanning, because the idea of being slightly tanned is the image felt by that community.
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