How beauty brands failed women of color

  • Published on Nov 14, 2017
  • But the industry is changing - and Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty isn’t the only brand laying the foundation for a more inclusive beauty industry.
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    Rihanna’s new makeup line Fenty Beauty has been an instant success - and it’s not only popular because Rihanna’s name is attached to it. Fenty Beauty carries a wide range of foundations - 40 to be exact - which has the beauty industry shook. Cosmetics and the beauty industry as a whole, has a long history of creating products that did not match deeper-toned people of color. There are a number of factors that have lead many mainstream beauty companies to having a narrow selection for people of color - and not all of those reasons are rooted in product development. With Fenty Beauty, Rihanna is showing the industry that it’s worth investing money and time into creating nuanced products beyond the ranges of ivory, beige, and tan. is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app.
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Comments • 7 574

  • Morit Lh
    Morit Lh 17 hours ago

    Why women what about men?
    Beauty is for everybody

  • Jazz Of All Trades
    Jazz Of All Trades 2 days ago +3

    Dark skin =/= Black.
    Asian, Latinx and African people can have dark skin.

  • Squishy Spud
    Squishy Spud 3 days ago

    Plot twist:

    This video was sponsored by Fenty

  • The Sweet Forever
    The Sweet Forever 4 days ago +1

    And don’t just make the makeup and sell it online 😡🙄. We want to match ourselves in store too or be able to go in store and browse. Stop making black people feel like after thoughts.

  • Totes Jesus
    Totes Jesus 4 days ago

    Even emojis are more accurate than Tarte

  • Judy Ragab
    Judy Ragab 5 days ago

    i believe in human rights and equality

  • Ashes To Ashes
    Ashes To Ashes 6 days ago

    Sorry but the fondation by Miss Rihana Fenty is indeed full of dirt. It has 4 different types of silicons in it. Good luck with the acne breakouts and skin gets more and more sensitive.
    Go for organic foundations or brands like Khiels, Fresh, Bare minerals, etc...
    Or even Clinique and Estée Lauder are all very good brands. Also Avène, La Roche Posay are 2 great and safe french brands. Also you have Sisley but most of their products contains essential oils and you’ll have to check first if you’re not allergic to it. Then you have La Mer, La Prairie in a much higher range of price. These are very expensive products but the quality is not arguable.

  • Agulka 85
    Agulka 85 7 days ago

    Why don't people of color simply use this gap in the market and create a make-up company that does cater to people of color? Isn`t it better to make money from it than complain about it?

  • Seemly Cannon
    Seemly Cannon 8 days ago


  • Eseercam
    Eseercam 9 days ago

    My mom says another huge problem is certain stores don't stock make up for darker skin women even though major cosmetetics companies make them. We went to a Walmart one day & there were next to no foundations for minority women stocked & thers are always black coming to shop at this particular Walmart

  • Aleia Jean
    Aleia Jean 11 days ago

    Watch me come out with my own makeup brand with all dark foundations and say "I'm coming out with the light ones later because the dark People had to wait for their shade to come, so now the light people will wait like they had to."

    • Aleia Jean
      Aleia Jean 7 days ago

      @Splatfan as a mostly white person, i agree. But, i would like to get revenge on my race for doing that. :)

    • Splatfan
      Splatfan 11 days ago

      you will be as bad as them

  • Leela Ley
    Leela Ley 14 days ago +1

    i thought the intro was an ad


  • yurgesbitch
    yurgesbitch 16 days ago

    Its business 101 though... supply and demand... some white areas wont have dark shades which is shady because even if it dont sell keep it there for that one black girl to make her day!! Thats why online sales are bigger nowadays lol

  • yurgesbitch
    yurgesbitch 16 days ago

    They didnt fail no one. Woman of colour failed them selves. There are many black brands apart from FENTY but people still wanna buy BRANDS and not indi brands.
    Why are people gonna make these Brands richer? Make ur own people richer man wtf lol

  • nick012000
    nick012000 17 days ago

    Why didn't cosmetic companies make darker colors of makeup? Because African-Americans make up about 15% of the population, so there isn't as much money to make from them. It's not about racism, it's just about the $$$

  • Анжела Толкина

    why only WOMEN of color? what about men?

    • extra
      extra 12 days ago

      because makeup has tried to appeal to mostly just females for quite a while until probably recently i believe

  • Azia Ramirez
    Azia Ramirez 17 days ago +1

    We now have PUR releasing 100 shades of foundation.

  • Russian Waffles
    Russian Waffles 18 days ago

    Ikr, for medium pale people there are like a billion options. Find one that matches your undertone, then your shade etc... but for people not like this it’s:
    “How bright do you want your brown? Oh, this is too red for your skin tone? It’s either this or too dark or too light sorry boo”

  • Kara Hughes
    Kara Hughes 18 days ago

    What upsets me is the lack of darker shades in drug store ranges. Where I live, most brands will have a pitiful shade for poc, and whenever people ask for more shades, you’ll always get someone saying “go shop at fenty or something!” which is unfair as poc should be able to have an accessible and cheaper option and not be limited to a few brands

  • Jhan Lourd
    Jhan Lourd 19 days ago +3

    who's here after pur released a foundation line with 100 shades? xx

  • curious bird
    curious bird 19 days ago

    Beuaty brands didn't fail them. Beauty brands always look at what people want and the demand is what drives their production.

  • Kyla Main
    Kyla Main 19 days ago +1

    Okay, I definitely agree with the main point of this video, it was just really weird when she said, "I am not that pale," like sis, there are people with that skin tone, that's why the foundation exists

    • Keba Taliam
      Keba Taliam 18 days ago +1

      I think she wasnt specifically referring to herself only but the fact that a shade for her and others like her wasn't available. I live in the Caribbean and this is such a problem especially considering that the natural skin tone is darker due to daily tanning. Drug stores have this brown tone threshold that is only broken by one suuuper dark shade. If you fall in between those? Pfft. You'd think changes are made given the presence of highly melanated skin is everywhere... ha.

  • sabra t
    sabra t 19 days ago +1

    lmao macs vibe tribe was a disaster. they are trash

  • Alex Thistle
    Alex Thistle 20 days ago

    It might be because most of those products were produce in Europe. Stop moaning!

  • xcutmylip
    xcutmylip 20 days ago

    *everything was going right until she said the cultural appropriation thing*

  • xcutmylip
    xcutmylip 20 days ago

    *everything was going right until she said the cultural appropriation thing*

  • Paully808
    Paully808 20 days ago +20

    Oop, look at those dislikes. Looks like someone was yet again triggered when it came to discussing race. Seems about white.

  • Clockwork
    Clockwork 21 day ago

    "Beauty Brands" don't fail anyone, they are a Failure of Society as Whole.

  • Lakshmi Kimmu
    Lakshmi Kimmu 21 day ago

    The Beauty Community is a Colorist & Racist Community. Simple as that.

  • Marlowe Moon
    Marlowe Moon 21 day ago +1


  • Sommy Bunny
    Sommy Bunny 21 day ago +8

    Fenty: hold my 40 shades bish

    • bitch •
      bitch • 20 days ago

      Sommy Bunny 50 shades*

  • V T
    V T 21 day ago

    Cover FX offered 40 shades of foundation waaaaay before Fenty. However, no one “celebrated” Cover FX for this, but here comes a pop star doing the same and everyone is like “thank you Rihana”. 🤷🏻‍♀️

    • V T
      V T 20 days ago +1

      @Unicorn Movies I'm not being negative. I'm just stating a fact that another makeup brand offered the same amount of shades a few years before (without someone famous) but no one recognized their effort. That's all.

    • Unicorn Movies
      Unicorn Movies 20 days ago

      V T stop being ultra negative please

  • Janelle Northcut
    Janelle Northcut 22 days ago +4

    At the same time 100 shades of foundation or concealer seems overwhelming, too.

    • Treasure
      Treasure 17 days ago

      i don't wear makeup, so I can't say if my opinion is even relevant, but in this case, I'd rather have too many choices instead of too few

  • Pans 098
    Pans 098 22 days ago +1

    And now, just use Fenty Beauty foundation and Jeffree Star Magic Concealers and boom, a pretty nice look for darker skin tones.

    • Naokijt
      Naokijt 20 days ago

      Jeffree is racist af and messy, definitely not supporting him.

  • anime freak
    anime freak 23 days ago +1

    I may not be of color but I understand the struggle. Tons of brands also leave out the really pale shades. I'm probably the closest shade to white. I try to find something that fits me it's all too dark.

    • Pia Rogala
      Pia Rogala 17 days ago

      I am pale too, you should try the insta perfect foundation by essence in the lightest shade and their camouflage concealer in the lightest shade :)

  • кαуlα
    кαуlα 23 days ago

    Sometimes i think the reason why a lot of dark skin foundations and cosmetics are gone because of blackfishers & people with extreme tans.

  • Κωνσταντίνος Προίκας

    i think that people of color should be called brown, cuz brown can be associated with chocolate and variations of it like dark brown or dark chocolate! The same goes with white people...they can be clouds and asians can be noodles. EVERYBODY LOVES FOOD SO WE WOULD LOVE EACHOTHER! But the world cannot be that kind...smh
    (so sorry if i offended anyone)

  • Eden Schulte
    Eden Schulte 24 days ago

    2:53 is it just me or did they switch the cool and warm undertones??

  • Lifestyle and body balanced

  • Ihbhh Hhbjg
    Ihbhh Hhbjg 24 days ago +1


  • Gabby's Make up
    Gabby's Make up 25 days ago

    My skin is brown and I hate it!!🙄

  • Non Conformist
    Non Conformist 26 days ago +1

    In India they would hand you a lighter shade of foundation automatically even before you ask just because it is understood that white always is the better choice

  • kendall foley
    kendall foley 27 days ago +1

    As a half Turkish half white person, it’s hard to find shades that match me because it’s either way to light and the next shade up is way too dark, even mixing it doesn’t work, though fenty actually has a decent tone for me tbf

  • dyami gerhold
    dyami gerhold 28 days ago

    It’s crazy how black is considered to be less beautiful, yet you have millions of white men and women acting and wanting to be black everyday cuz they know that black is actually beautiful. White people are so weird, smh.

  • An Ant
    An Ant 28 days ago

    be clear... it isnt women of color, its black women. clarity is of essence.

  • nicole jo!
    nicole jo! 29 days ago

    *lol i saw a fenty ad right before this*

  • Hades 16
    Hades 16 Month ago

    Black people can't do make up.

      AVAZALOPA 6 days ago

      @molly xox agree nigerians are the best at makeup in my opinion.

    • molly xox
      molly xox 25 days ago

      Hades 16 um yes they can.

  • Bob Mwangi
    Bob Mwangi Month ago +2

    Yes, please. More videos just like this one, Vox. 👏👏👏👏

  • saddie sinclaire
    saddie sinclaire Month ago

    As someone with literally snow white skin, I live in an area of Australia with a lot of Islanders & Maoris, when we were younger I feel like my foundation was ALWAYS too dark & theirs was ALWAYS too light. It was always just different shades of beige & tan but never extremely fair or deep. I know that in Australia the "trend" is having tan skin, definitely not pale, while it honestly seems like chemists/ drugstores just forgot about all of the deeper skin tones which I find so bizarre as Australia is SO diverse!! Btw I'm talking about stores you walk into, a lot of the products & shades America has over here we dont have.

    (High end brands would cater to more skin tones which left a lot of my friends having to scrape up more money or purchase from overseas)

  • magnus granskau
    magnus granskau Month ago

    what we really should be talking about is how a lot of women should wear less make up, well that's my 2cents atleast

    • magnus granskau
      magnus granskau 24 days ago

      @molly xox yes to some degree but is it the best for society that we must always use something extra, are we not good enough as we are? I think it causes many people in this world depresed feelings about themselves and I am not sure that is a good thing looking at the big picture :) but yeah people have to make that choice themselves

    • molly xox
      molly xox 24 days ago +1

      magnus granskau it’s not about what you prefer tho, it’s about what they prefer.

    • magnus granskau
      magnus granskau 24 days ago

      but I understand it must be hard if everyone else does make up everyday. if everybody would have fixed there teeth, fixed noses an so on it makes it even worse for the others that dont. Well anyways and isn't bad for your skin also?

    • magnus granskau
      magnus granskau 24 days ago

      I prefer a more down to earth natural look on women, they don't need to be "dressed up" all the time who cares about a bit of darkness under your eyes if she is smiling

    • molly xox
      molly xox 25 days ago

      magnus granskau why?

  • Monochromatic
    Monochromatic Month ago +2

    What an annoying voice. I understood why when I saw her face.

  • steph soppanish
    steph soppanish Month ago

    I don’t understand why companies don’t realize they are cutting out a huge segment of the purchasing public. Like hellooooo there’s so many darker skin toned people out there with spending power and you’re just...not going to offer anything??? I mean it’s not only racist it’s BAD BUSINESS. It’s mind boggling. It shouldn’t be hard it’s PIGMENT not rocket science here.

  • Rory Allan
    Rory Allan Month ago +3

    this whole video you spoke as if the beauty industry is only for women. Men can wear makeup too, and by failing to recognise that you're undermining the very point of this video; to push the idea of inclusivity in the beauty industry.

  • M 80
    M 80 Month ago

    Not all brands " failed women of colour". Check this viideo to find out more

  • imagine
    imagine Month ago

    Why black people are called “people of color”? White people have a color too. Is not disrespectful to call a person black or white.

  • loser dogs
    loser dogs Month ago

    I understand this vid, but it's kinda funny how people everywhere are fighting for freedom and these ppl fight for beauty equality. Such a first world problem.

  • Harris Avan
    Harris Avan Month ago

    white chics are quantifiably hotter and fuckable!
    Deal with this comment.

  • Questions of the World

    Brand: 40 new shades!!
    Like 30 of white
    5 of ‘tan’
    5 of dark shade

  • M4K3M0N3Y420
    M4K3M0N3Y420 Month ago

    I still love my foundation. It's so comfy to wear.

  • Lensman
    Lensman Month ago

    But "black is beautiful" so why the need for any makeup.

  • Giovanna Mae
    Giovanna Mae Month ago +2

    I love this video! At the moment I am writing an essay for my University on this topic and it helped a lot! Thank you for this video!

  • Yad C
    Yad C Month ago

    It’s everyone though, try being a “light Hispanic” and finding a color that fits... I can’t find a color to save my life. I have to mix my own mineral foundations to make my color since I’m too yellow for pale and too light for nude. I’m not belittling darker pigments but it’s hard across. But I get it. That sucks how nothing really fits for you ladies

  • Genesis Adams
    Genesis Adams Month ago

    This makes me tear up. We’re all beautiful ladies & gentlemen❤️ no matter the color of your skin, the texture of your hair, the shape of your body and so on. Don’t let them tell you what’s beautiful 💕

  • Alisha Zaman
    Alisha Zaman Month ago

    I've never had a foundation that fits my skin tone

  • Young Rage
    Young Rage Month ago

    10k dislikes

  • Rayan Ali
    Rayan Ali 2 months ago

    i think this was poorly made.

  • *cough* It's BTS
    *cough* It's BTS 2 months ago

    The crazy thing is that Rihanna was bullied as a kid for being light skinned...

  • Brittany Calhoun
    Brittany Calhoun 2 months ago

    Its embaressing seeing brands with less then 10 shades of foundations

  • crystallinebeauty
    crystallinebeauty 2 months ago

    Why do 10K people dislike the video? I found it informative.

  • Willow Taylor-Parry
    Willow Taylor-Parry 2 months ago +3

    I am the whites of white I find it impossible to find foundation light enough. I can't even IMAGINE what it's like for women of colour!

  • דמבו דמבו
    דמבו דמבו 2 months ago +1

    10k why????!!!b#*#

  • Maxi _224
    Maxi _224 2 months ago +1

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  • Kieu Nguyen
    Kieu Nguyen 2 months ago

    Here, choose your shades.
    Hope you liked it!

  • Melinda Marsh
    Melinda Marsh 2 months ago

    I've been trying real hard to buy from PoC-inclusive brands (including darker bandages and the like) so it's great to hear of other brands doing it right.

  • Esther Yogman
    Esther Yogman 2 months ago

    ✋🏿✋🏿✋🏾✋🏾✋🏽✋🏽✋🏼✋🏼✋🏻✋🏻✋🏻✋🏻✋🏻✋🏻✋🏻✋🏻✋🏻✋🏻✋🏻✋🏻✋🏻✋🏻 *coughs* TARTE *coughs*

  • Killer Princess
    Killer Princess 2 months ago

    Am I the only one who is too white for make Up? .-.

    • Melinda Marsh
      Melinda Marsh 2 months ago

      Nope, but that's why I just draw stuff with eyeliner instead of doing the usual shape-shifting

  • Dzikrina Saira
    Dzikrina Saira 2 months ago

    Well said and couldnt agree more!!

  • Addison Adams
    Addison Adams 2 months ago +1

    It's probably because of segregation and the past. But It's probably leaning over the edge to the amount if White models and desingers and makeup artsits. But you don't need makeup to be beautiful, there should be a wider range of colours for foundation, lipstick, blush, all of it.

  • Amalia Roberts-Smith
    Amalia Roberts-Smith 2 months ago +1

    Jesus Christ 🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️this makes me so madel as a white girl!!! Black people are deserve so much better!!!

  • Cherxy_soda
    Cherxy_soda 2 months ago +1

    60% hate comments/ racism comments
    39% good comments
    1% talking about comments

  • Mystic Eyes
    Mystic Eyes 2 months ago

    Or maybe they don't make so many foundations with dark skin tones because of how much people want them.And if people are more willing to buy a foundation that's their specific skin tone and is not so common in stores then the money starts rolling in. But idk if that's true or not . U just got to follow the money

  • L D
    L D 2 months ago

    It’s ok to say ”Black Women”

  • Stephanie Giselle
    Stephanie Giselle 2 months ago

    Beauty blender be like:

  • Aesthetic Wings
    Aesthetic Wings 2 months ago

    Jeffree : *shows a little sign of blue blood*
    Everyone : *its time for some drama*

  • Skye blue16
    Skye blue16 2 months ago

    And here I am struggling to find pale foundation-I only found one color and it’s called ‘cold bone’ (that’s insulting) Lol

  • Crystal Pistey-Lyhne
    Crystal Pistey-Lyhne 2 months ago


  • Shruti
    Shruti 2 months ago

    I don't understand "women of colour". Just women will do too.

    • Sunshine Monroe
      Sunshine Monroe 2 months ago

      They have to emphasize color because white women do not apply when it comes to having issues finding makeup to match their skin tone. The makeup industry caters to them and not women of non white races - especially black women. The video title should really say black women instead of women of color, because that is who is talked about in the video and who is the most impacted by this issue.

  • Sunshine Monroe
    Sunshine Monroe 2 months ago +5

    This video is about black women, not women of color so please correct the title. Women of color and black women are not the same thing and do not encounter the same difficulties with makeup as black women do. Fenty also got popular because of BLACK WOMEN, not because of "women of color" (I don't think asians, Latinas and Indians gave an F about Fenty or had problems getting makeup shades to match their skin). Give props where props are due.
    Regarding this topic, I think the bottom line is, makeup companies haven't and still don't view black skin and features as beautiful or valid, so why make something to enhance something that is doomed to be ugly no matter what? They also view black women as poor and lower class, so they don't want their products to be associated with low price and class.
    They are sadly mistaken. They don't realize the buying and marketing power of black women. They don't realize that black women are the trend setters that everyone follows. They don't realize how enviable dark skin and features are now. Keep your money away from these racist companies, black women, and continue to support Fenty and the like. Let other companies learn the hard way.

  • Marlow Marlowe
    Marlow Marlowe 2 months ago

    All white people are beautiful 🇺🇦🇩🇰🇭🇲🇨🇮🇬🇷🇨🇭🇵🇹🇬🇧🇪🇸🇧🇪🇫🇮🇨🇦🇩🇪🇫🇷🇺🇸

  • Haley Price
    Haley Price 2 months ago

    Beauty blender has left the chat

  • Morita DLC
    Morita DLC 2 months ago

    When I was five years old I thought I was ugly just for having a more tanned skin color. but now I realize that, that was something really stupit

  • Tara Rebraca
    Tara Rebraca 2 months ago

    yaaall android has better shade range ✋🏻✋🏼✋🏽✋🏾✋🏿

  • Laury van de Ven
    Laury van de Ven 2 months ago

    just saying tho, women of colour don't even need foundation because they're already gorgeous like fr

  • Maldovah
    Maldovah 2 months ago +1

    When some brand has a wide spectrum of colours even the super white people come out and find their shade. It was soooo hard to find a light enough shade for my skin because the lightest stores had were one or two shades darler than me and made me look so silly. Back then I even wondered what all the dark skinned people were doing without makeup dark enough for them :/

  • Gracie Wilder
    Gracie Wilder 2 months ago

    Reply to this comment if you think makeup company’s should make why light shades and why darker shades

  • AnnaQueen 5
    AnnaQueen 5 2 months ago +2

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  • Two Eye
    Two Eye 2 months ago

    This is just part of having a capitalist economy, due to the majority of people in America having lighter skin tones it's more profitable to sell makeup that is lighter. Is it unfortunate? Yes for people who wear makeup, although I am personally a believer in natural beauty. But if companies felt that they could make just as much money with the darker colors you can bet your money that they would sell it. The only color capitalism sees is green.

  • Noose wearer
    Noose wearer 2 months ago +1

    People of color shouldn't exist
    Because they should just be called people

  • Lily’s Lovely’s
    Lily’s Lovely’s 2 months ago


  • Hamiltontrash228 8
    Hamiltontrash228 8 2 months ago +4

    Emoji’s skin color.
    Have no clue why I just did this.