• teenytemperSo last week I told this boy who liked me that I thought we should be friends. He answers by having his friend tell me that I'm too dark to be acting light skinned. Now mind you i know that having a darker skin tone is not bad ever because I love dark brown skin,and I'm just brown skinned, but in his context I know he meant in a negative way, plus I really don't know how light skinned people act... Idk what to do confront him or ignore the stupidity.
  • By the way you even worded the question, I think you already have your answer. “Ignore his stupidity” 

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A FOLLOWER OF FUCKYEAHDARKGIRLS ASKED A QUESTION BUT WANTED IT TO BE ANSWERED ANNONMOUSLY..?

Most of the time I’m pretty confident about my skin tone, like I will just love it to pieces and think it’s so sexy. But sometimes, it does get to me when guys state how they light skinned or mixed raced girls are better. Recently a guy I was really into said I was very pretty but thinks mixed raced girls are better and is currently going out with a gorgeous mixed race girl. I’m annoyed that sometimes I’m bothered by this. Advice?

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  • censoredyetburningWhat foundations do you recommend for dark skin girls?
  • A really good brand of make-up tailored for dark skin women is fashion fair, they have up to nineteen shades of concealers and foundations amongst other make-up products that range from ‘expresso’ to ‘toffee’

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    UK: http://www.boots.com/en/Fashion-Fair/

    USA: http://shop.fashionfair.com/v/pxd/makeup.html

    Searching online for ‘Fashion Fair stores’ for other countries should be pretty simple too.

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(igrew-up-ascrew-up.tumblr.com) ASKED A QUESTION ..

Hi I have natural hair and everytime I try to give myself the Bohemian curly fro it never works out can you help me?.. idk if it’s my texture or not because I use African pride shampoo, conditioner, curl illuminator, and when it does get curly half of my hair is curly then it’s frizzy.. smh so please can you guys help me out?

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  • lizjamesbitchI know a lot of people are posting about this one, but I feel like I should, too. In high school I had friends who I loved & I knew loved me, but she was really uncomfortable with herself. As we grew up, I eventually began to be more comfortable with me. She had a hard time, though, & took it out on me a lot. Saying things ALL the time to put me down, or make me feel bad in a passive aggressive way, like your friend is doing now. These things hurt me so badly, but I took it, because she was my
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  • the-land-of-far-far-awayTo anon, you got two options. Teach her about culture-disowning hatred, enlighten her about what she is REALLY saying. Ask her the uncomfortable questions, point out uncomforatble scenarios, stand up for your tone and ask her JUST WHAT HELL IS WRONG WITH IT. Im sorry, but it seems your friend is deeply ignorant, shes part of the community that has deep rooted hatred for the origins of her own race and doesnt even know it. Your other option- drop her. She might say no offense but newsflash - IT
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  • tinatooshortHello, I just wanted to leave this in reply to the 17 yr. old w/ the rude friend *clears throat* I just wanted to say that u either confront your friend about the rude cmnts & let her know that they have been offending you. She won't stop if she doesn't know. And if it continues, even after you've confronted her, then she's not a "friend" to begin w/. You're 17 & I guess she's around the age she has common sense, let her apply it. Idk who you are but you're beautiful, color can't define that! :)
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  • finddeeatTo the 17 year old girl: First of all you shouldn't be that girls friend. Your friends aren't supposed to tear you down. I'm 18 and dark skinned too and I had to learn to surround myself with people that lift me up because in the end it is about what you think about yourself. If you don't show confidence in your dark complexion your friend will see that and use it to destroy your awk esteem. Be confident and she will WISH SHE WAS AS DARK AS YOU. People try to destroy anything weak. You're not!!
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  • virgobehavior*For the Anon that asked about her friend* I Think you should tell her how you feel and If she changes then she really cares about your friendship and your feelings.
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A FOLLOWER OF FUCKYEAHDARKGIRLS ASKED A QUESTION BUT WANTED IT TO BE ANSWERED ANNONMOUSLY..

Hi, i am a dark skin girl and am 17. I love my skin color and this blog. One of my friends at school is always talking about girls or boys that is dark. kill them ugly and etc. yesterday she said something that really made me mad and also today. yesterday she said “Am glad i was not born dark skin, no offence to you” and today when i said am going to vacation after the school year she said ” her black self etc”she is always talking about am black and dark. any advice ?

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  • greenatlasI just wanted to elaborate further to the beautiful young lady. Darling you're a product of divine law. There's no being walking this planet that can take that away from you. No one can take away or add to your value. The only thing they can do is get you to believe and agree with their ignorant lies. Physically speaking, you are of the same source as the stars, the beautiful mountains and the deep blue oceans. You exist because you're worthy of existence, just as is everyone else. Remind urself
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