A better racial representation can be seen in mainstream movies and TV shows since 2016. #Oscarsowhite became a trending hashtag in 2015 when the Academy awarded all 20 nominations to white actors irrespective of better talent found among the people of colour. This movement inspired filmmakers to portray people of colour in leading and game-changing roles. Since this movement came shortly after the #BlackLivesMatter movement, Hollywood was pushed to evaluate their prejudiced voting systems.
Beaumark Beauty strongly believes in skin love is self-love. The first step to practicing skin-love is getting into a habit of having a simple skincare activity. Allowing yourself the time to spend on a skincare routine can be the first step in realizing how positively skin love impacts your mental health. Also, skin care benefits go a long way and can make you more confident and loving towards yourself. Here are some ways in which you can show some love to your skin.
Indian skin tones range between two ends of the spectrum. The skin tone is defined by the amount of melanin, a natural pigment present in the body. Indian skin is thicker as compared to other countries, and they are more prone to get tanned rather than sun burnt. Sometimes, overproduction of melanin in certain parts of your face or body can lead to hyperpigmentation. Let's understand causes of uneven skin tones and remedies for the same
Colourism has been prevalent in communities since over a century. In this modern day and age, thanks to social media and empowered individuals who have started to come up and speak about their harrowing experiences on facing skin tone biases in societies since times immemorial. #SayNoToColourism movement was long overdue as it has become a matter of urgency to address this stigma and recognize the truth that has been suppressed since many years. Through social media platforms, people are now owning their skin colour and challenging the age old status quos proudly.
Since the British colonised India, there seems to have been a particular perception about power and wealth being associated with lighter skin colour. Several academics have written their thoughts and analysis on this bias but today we take a look through a new perspective as part of our ongoing 'Say no to Colourism' series. It is empowering to see women recognizing that this distorted perception is far from the truth. One such amazing pioneer of the #NocolourismMovement is Shweta Aggarwal who has generously contributed her thoughts on this topic. She is also publishing her book Black Rose through which she wants to uncover dark ideologies around skin colour and shed some light on what needs to be changed. She says, “The...