Justine Skye Is Over Makeup Artists Who Can't Work with Her Darker Skin
4 monthes ago - By Style Caster
As a singer, a model and the founder of Metix, an app connecting users to makeup master classes, Justine Skye has a close relationship with beauty. “Being a female artist, you're constantly getting glam done for events,” Skye tells StyleCaster at the launch of Candy Crush Friends Saga in New York. “And growing up, as a girl, you're always playing with makeup.”
But not all of Skye's experiences with beauty were positive. As a dark-skinned woman, Skye often didn't see her shade represented in beauty and fashion. “I definitely, 1000-thousand percent struggled with finding my shade,” Skye...
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