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Women of colour share their beauty stories


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  • "It became the norm, that I wouldn't see anything that looked like me.  As a result, I didn't really practice as I was demotivated. I didn't want to create anything that didn't look good. It wasn't until I started getting into blogging and YouTube, that my creativity and love for make up truly blossomed." - Jessica, Look What I Got

  • "I dreaded going to the a mac counter (sorry some of the staff are so rude), but what choice did I have, weren't many brands catering to my melanin rich skin in my price bracket, certainly weren't any drugstore options." - Alexandra, The Foundation Directory

  • "[I] just could not help feeling cross that I had to pay quite a sum just to get a foundation, concealer or powder that suited my skin tone. Fast forward a few years later, some drugstore brands have woken up to smell the coffee. A few brands have branched out to be inclusive (howbeit very few available shades) but I do recognise their effort and I think it's only right to encourage them." - Liv, FashStyleLiv

  • "Like me,  my daughter has sensitive eczema prone skin. I don’t want her to have the same challenges to find suitable skincare and beauty products when she grows up. I’m grateful to Melariche for setting the benchmark for the beauty and skincare needs of women of colour." - Maria, The Tiger Tales