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November 27, 2010 / admin

A Celebration of Brown Skin


Ask a white guy what it is about Black Women that they find appealing and attractive and one of the responses you’ll be sure to hear, as it is repeatedly given, is her beautiful brown skin.

I can see that! Brown skin is absolutely beautiful.  It’s warm, smooth, glows, glistens, stands out and holds up pretty darn well! (What you’ve got naturally other women fantasize and pay dearly to get)

The contrast of a woman’s brown skin flushed against her white lover has been said to be a huge turn on for both men and women who have had the pleasure of experiencing it up close and personal.

Here’s a quick tip for men: Compliment a woman that you fancy on her gorgeous brown skin and she’ll be disarmed with your appreciation of something she’s been drilled to see as a liability.

Ladies, it’s a bona fide fact that your brown skin is a true asset, as many men have admirably noted, but are you using your asset to its full potential?

It’s time to proudly flaunt what your maker gave you! Here are some tips on how you can enhance and take advantage of your beautiful brown skin.

Brown skin falls into the category of a “Winter complexion”. Winter complexions have blue or pink undertones. With the right pairing of colors brown skin can really be shown off in an its glory!

Moisturizer:
Baby oil, shea butter or cocoa butter all enhance the soft and rich look of brown skin.

Makeup:
Brown skin tones look great with light pinks, tans, or even greens. Purples, gold and green look good on brown skin with gold undertones. [SOURCE]

Apparrel:
Go for colors that are sharp, stark and clear. White, black, navy blue, red and shocking pink all go well with winter complexions. For lighter colors, wear icy tones rather than pastels. Avoid subdued tones like beige, orange and gold. [SOURCE]

Got any colors, tips and tricks that you personally use to make your brown skin pop? Share it in the comments section below!

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