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    Posted: Jun 14 2014 at 12:59am
yes ming… 

we'd have to get creative and make our own chocolate colored sht out there… Dead

cicision is about 7 shades lighter and complaining… we'd be doomed. 
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Odd.. I was at the drugstore the other day and saw the palest sh*t... in all the brands. Like the palm of my hand pale
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They also don't have sephora
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i agree with her . In holland it is even worse you can only get concealer and foundation for darker complexions at MAC or the beauty supply store and they only carry sleek . We used to have black up at Douglass but I think they stopped carrying the product . Even maybeline and rimmel dont carry darker foundations and concealers Cry when I was in the states it was like being in heaven hahahah
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Originally posted by MsBMW MsBMW wrote:

Originally posted by hauteshellbi hauteshellbi wrote:

Off topic but YouTube Brits wear a lot of makeup like literal drag makeup...is that the norm? Massive weaves too like tha fugg you need 7 bundles of hair for??!

I also noticed this ...


patricia bright and them wears sh*tloads of makeup in regla everyday life....i cant see how that mess doesnt look like pudding in real life...
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Originally posted by JoliePoufiasse JoliePoufiasse wrote:

Originally posted by naturesgift naturesgift wrote:

Originally posted by JoliePoufiasse JoliePoufiasse wrote:

Originally posted by f8dagrate f8dagrate wrote:

I don't really care for Thandie, she seems kind of a nuance. I recall her only starting to like her hair because of Chris Rock's Good Hair movie. She just doesn't seem too bright in certain circumstances.


Better late than never, I guess? Could be that her children are going through some things and she's starting to wake up. She never struck me as the enlightened type before. But I didn't know she was traumatized as a kid.
I think she is a good actress, I think living in the UK race problems are a bit different also being a STAR I am sure her comments are frequently taken out of context lets give her the benefit

No doubt, she is a skilled actress. And you're right, uk race problems probably manifest differently. Don't know about the area she grew up in but she could have been the only kid of colour in a sea of white faces. But let's face it, she's never exactly been the one to be vocal on these types of issues before. So I'm assuming that her consciousness is slowly awakening.
Cornwall is full of whites, no blackies at all...the cornish don't even like the rest of England
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Originally posted by naturesgift naturesgift wrote:

Originally posted by JoliePoufiasse JoliePoufiasse wrote:

Originally posted by f8dagrate f8dagrate wrote:

I don't really care for Thandie, she seems kind of a nuance. I recall her only starting to like her hair because of Chris Rock's Good Hair movie. She just doesn't seem too bright in certain circumstances.


Better late than never, I guess? Could be that her children are going through some things and she's starting to wake up. She never struck me as the enlightened type before. But I didn't know she was traumatized as a kid.
I think she is a good actress, I think living in the UK race problems are a bit different also being a STAR I am sure her comments are frequently taken out of context lets give her the benefit

No doubt, she is a skilled actress. And you're right, uk race problems probably manifest differently. Don't know about the area she grew up in but she could have been the only kid of colour in a sea of white faces. But let's face it, she's never exactly been the one to be vocal on these types of issues before. So I'm assuming that her consciousness is slowly awakening.
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Originally posted by JoliePoufiasse JoliePoufiasse wrote:

Originally posted by f8dagrate f8dagrate wrote:

I don't really care for Thandie, she seems kind of a nuance. I recall her only starting to like her hair because of Chris Rock's Good Hair movie. She just doesn't seem too bright in certain circumstances.


Better late than never, I guess? Could be that her children are going through some things and she's starting to wake up. She never struck me as the enlightened type before. But I didn't know she was traumatized as a kid.
I think she is a good actress, I think living in the UK race problems are a bit different also being a STAR I am sure her comments are frequently taken out of context lets give her the benefit
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Originally posted by f8dagrate f8dagrate wrote:

I don't really care for Thandie, she seems kind of a nuance. I recall her only starting to like her hair because of Chris Rock's Good Hair movie. She just doesn't seem too bright in certain circumstances.

Better late than never, I guess? Could be that her children are going through some things and she's starting to wake up. She never struck me as the enlightened type before. But I didn't know she was traumatized as a kid.
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Originally posted by Adinkrah Adinkrah wrote:

I was just having this same rant the other day, I went to Boots and Superdrug to get a cheap concealer (I use Lancome foundation) and I couldn't find one past a weird shade of peach they had a couple of darker foundations but no matching concealer? How do you only do half the job? Just lazy! It made me so mad I want to write to the makeup companies here but I don't think they care.
Lancome is the only foundation which i have found which suits me 100%..even mac is too red for me
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