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Myth or Fact: Does Black Crack?
Myth or Fact: Does Black Crack?

The term that black don’t crack comes from the idea of black people less likely get wrinkles and look older as they age because of their skin intonation. Although darker skinned may not wrinkle as much as whites its uneven pigmentation and loss of radiance and/or glow in skin is very common among black/ethnic skin as they age. 

Studies have also revealed that African-Americans are more likely to die from melanoma than whites, and over 63% don’t think they need sun protection at all. Sunscreen isn’t just for caucasians so its important to protect your skin with it.

It's important to keep in mind for ethnic skin not all black skin products are good for African Americans/ethnic skin. Big Secret to Black Skin Care is having a daily regimen for cleansing, toning, exfoliating and moisturizing your skin. But if you’re looking for natural skincare regime that will help you have smooth, radiant, healthy looking skin follow the regime below. 

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Everyday routine for healthy skin

  • Fresh veggies, veggie juice and fruit (Healthy diet/exercise)
  • No smoking
  • Wash face twice a day 
  • Exfoliate-Wash face every night with exfoliating beads, milk cleansers or foam cleanser that are gentle
  • Toner- use a toner its helps restore PH balance
  • Mask once or twice a week (moisturizers, fruit and acid masks are recommended)
  • Steaming your face and body it helps to relax and rehydrate you (this is great after a flight)
  • Moisturize, Moisturize, Moisturize! (this is very important for the skin)
  • Depuff your eyes with simply using a cotton ball dip in a strong tea
  • Sunscreen
  • Drink lots of water
  • If you have more serious skin concerns meet with dermatologist

Quicki steps to achieve perfect high def skin with natural looking makeup

  • Layer of moisturizer
  • Apply foundation
  • Use concealer to cover any blemishes
  • Apply highlighter on cheeks and brow bone
  • Apply white eyeliner in the corner  of the eye 

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