Not All Women Have Porcelain Skin, Here Are The Top 5 Make Up Brands That Are Already Up To Date

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If there’s one thing we as Latinas know best, it’s that we all don’t look the same.

We come in all different types of hair colors, sizes and shades. Of course, this is a reality that hasn’t always been accounted for in the beauty world.

For decades, women of darker skin tones have had to deal with woes of mismatched foundations, ones that make our skins duller, or make us look like we’re wearing a powder bomb on our faces in pictures.

Fortunately theres a small cluster of brands are finally cluing into the fact that women of color like to wear make up too! And not only that, but we’re big in numbers and we have incredible buying power!

For those of you who fall under these categories, here’s a list of the top foundations ensuring inclusivity in their foundations.

L’Oréal Paris True Match Super-Blendable Makeup

Shade count: 33

This oil-free liquid formula provides light to medium coverage for all skin types. It’s 4.4 star review from the site suggests its name lives up to the hype.

Price check:  $10.95

Shop it here.

M.A.C. Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation

Shade count: 46

M.A.C.’s two-in-one powder foundation works over time to provide coverage, shine control, and brags more shades than your local Sunglass Hut.

Price check: $27

Shop it here.

Kat Von D Lock-It Foundation

Shade count: 30

With 30 shades and a formula that combines creamy textures with pigment, reviewers of this 24-hour-foundation say it stops shine and hides blemishes like no other. With a finish the brand describes as “velvety matte,” odds are high that it’ll send your oily skin to kick rocks.

Price check: $35

Shop it here.

Bobbi Brown Skin Long-Wear Weightless Foundation SPF 15

Number of shades: 30

At 20 shades, this Bobbi Brown product isn’t exactly beating out Baskin-Robbins in the diversity count game. Still, its range of colors are pretty beloved by reviewers and the beauty blog sphere. The fact that its formula provides a luminous effect on darker skin tones (which typically suffer the effects of dull appearances from other brands) makes it a top dog in our book.

Price Check $50

Shop it here.

Fenty Beauty Pro Filt’R

Shade count: 40

Rihanna’s cruelty-free beauty brand made waves last year when it announced its effort to create one of the most inclusive makeup selections on the market. The full coverage foundation has since become the talk of the town of beauty blogging (a quick search for the brand on Youtube brings up over 500,000 results). It’s a product with a shine-free finish guaranteed to bring your selfie game to new heights.

Price check: $34

Shop it here.



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