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Black exotic dancers put the rest of us to shame with how they make skin glow, how to be sexy, and how to use remy hair extensions and get glowing skin.

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Best Foundation for Black Skin

There is a wider range of black skin make-up available now than there was before.

This is due to a greater investment in research into this skin color type. Every make-up regimen starts with a foundation which is usually used to conceal unsightly marks and to even out the skin tone. Foundation used on Caucasian skin is different from foundation for black skin. Most black women have two skin tones and so there is need to have two different foundations for these. They should be well blended on application to achieve a perfect and flawless finish.

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Make Dark Skin Spots Disappear On Your Wedding Day

Dark skin marks are common blemishes that make their appearance once in a while.

These unsightly marks may cause alarm especially for African American brides looking for a perfect glowing face and makeup for Black skin. The first thought is to hide them but since it takes a lot of make up to hide such marks, it is not an option unless you want to be an African American bride with bad makeup and skin. There are many tried and tested over the counter medicated products and simple home remedies that work well to fade the marks naturally for that spectacular look.

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Is Laser Hair Removal For Black Skin Safe?

Laser hair removal has always been used to remove hair permanently from the follicle.

The process of laser hair removal for dark skin makes use of a laser beam that penetrates the skin and reaches the hair follicle and the melanin in this absorbs the light, destroying the follicle and inhibiting further growth. However, the use of laser for dark skin is a catch 22 situation since the laser light is not able to distinguish between the melanin on the dark skin and that on the hair follicle. This may result in the skin absorbing some of the laser light and causing blistering and even skin burns. Such an outcome will require the use of black skin products to treat the affected area and for further hair removal.

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At Home Brazilian Waxing Tips

Some black women with great, smooth legs do so by shaving, but it is also important to learn how to do a Brazilian wax at home.

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Does Mo Butta Butt Cream Really Work?

No one knows for sure how well these butt enhancement creams work or if they are scams.  You do want to make sure you do your research before you make a final decision to buy a butt growth cream.

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How to Properly Use Boob Pasties

Boob pasties are nipple coverings that are usually self adhesive or come with a special fixative which is mostly gum arabic.

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How To Co-Wash Hair With Simple Products

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Beauty Q & A: Hair Relaxer Issues

Q.  My relaxer has damaged my hair. How can I grow it out for good?

I went through the same disaster of having my hair damaged by hair relaxers especially those that are not black hair products. I managed to grow her hair back to its natural healthy look and you can, too. Unless you want to start from scratch by shaving your head and waiting for natural healthy hair to grow, the first step is to determine at what length you want to cut off the processed ends. Once you have this figured out, you can then start the process of growing out relaxer.  The idea is to go for a stress free solution that will not further damage your hair.

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Short and Long African American Hairstyles

There is a wide range of African American hairstyles due to the versatility of their hair type and texture.

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