Black Women Are Using Instagram to Disrupt The Beauty Industry With The Visual Diversity We Need
7 monthes ago - By Essence
For decades, the mainstream beauty industry has failed to fully recognize Black women. Traditionally, marketing practices like printed ads and commercials have only shown a limited type of woman and rarely, if ever, did those images include women with deeper skin tones or textured hair.
While things have gotten slightly better over the last few years, with companies now showing women across various backgrounds, a lot more work still needs to be done.
Like the limited skin tones, brands use to show off their new products. Also known as swatching, this method of marketing is used by nearly...
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