There’s nothing quite like finding your perfect match when it comes to makeup. Whether it’s a heavy-duty concealer that, well, conceals, dark under-eyes, a nude lip that perfectly complements your skin tone, or in my case, a bronzer that adds just enough depth and warmth to mimic a sunkissed glow. Especially pertinent at this time of the year when everything and everyone looks a bit grey.
For many black women, however, seeking out complexion products to match their skin tones has long been an expensive game of trial and error. This is largely due to the fact that some of the more accessible beauty brands on the market seemingly aren’t developing, manufacturing or stocking shades of brown past tan.
Given the uptick in brands drastically revising their approach to complexion products since the game-changing launch of Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty line in 2017, it’s interesting to note that while foundations and concealers in varying shades are becoming more accessible, a lot of brands are still lagging in their development ofpowderproducts for deep-dark skin tones – and bronzers in particular appear to have fallen completely by the wayside.
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With so many contour products on the market,