Beauty brands know that women enjoy makeup that looks natural and fresh, almost as if they’re not wearing anything at all. One of the ways brands deliver is by offering neutral products that match skin tones. But whose skin tones do they match?
For far too long, neutral foundations, concealers, powders and other beauty products have used Caucasian skin as a default for “nude” or “flesh-toned.” Lately, beauty and skincare lines are stepping up offer more diverse shades and define skin tones beyond those of white women.
The new site Nudevolution.com wants to make it easy to find neutrals – whatever your version of “nude” may be – with neutral-toned products all on one convenient site. Looking for makeup, clothes, shoes, bags, accessories, or even lingerie (hey, why not?) that matches your skin tone? Instead of sifting through other sites and getting frustrated when you realize a line doesn’t carry your shade, all your skin-toned needs are now in one place.