Did Dior Backstage Do Right By Its Darker-Skinned Clientele? Beauty Blogger Nyma Tang Reviews

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In the now-heated rush for every cosmetics brand to come to market with at least 40 shades of foundation (thanks, Fenty), there’s still a question of how truly inclusive their shade ranges are. Whether it’s an issue of the majority of shades still falling firmly in the “beige” category, or undertones not being…

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