Light Skinned Nigerians

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MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR FAIR SKIN

Author: Yetunde Farinloye

While fair skin is absolutely beautiful, it does come with it's own unique challenges when it comes to fashion

However, with a little bit of thought and attention to the right accessories, and additions to daily wardrobe and fashion choices, fair skin can look gorgeous any day of the year.

Here are some tips to help you make the most of your light skin.

All complexions can benefit from the addition of a sweep of bronzer across the cheeks and nose. Fair skin can especially be enhanced from a subtle amount of bronzer applied in conjunction with the usual cosmetics. When beginning to use bronzer, fair skinned women should keep two important factors in mind, these are Shade and Quantity. Choosing the right shade of bronzer is important to avoid a mask like appearance. A light hand should be used to create a subtle glow.

Bright and Bold Colored Scarf might look simple, but it will sure add radiance to your look. Fair skinned women should have an assortment of brightly colored scarves to wear with dress and casual outfits. A pretty scarf in a bold color will brighten up the face and give fair skin a warm glow.

Scarves can be tied in a multitude of ways around the neck to give even the most casual of outfits a dressy feel. If you tend to lean towards dark and muted colors, give hot pink, sunny yellow and warm orange a try. A splash of color around the neck can not only warm up fair skin, it can also give an uninspired outfit a fun and dramatic flair.

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Over sized Earrings also adds to your beauty. Large, dramatic earrings look wonderful against fair skin. The intricate style of the jewelry as well as the larger than average size draws attention to fair skinned women's eyes and highlights the beauty of flawless fair skin

A headband can be used on short or long hair to create a neat and polished look during the day and a dramatic appearance at night. Choosing black or navy blue will offset fair skin beautifully and create an overall stuning appearance.Choose a thinner black or blue headband for daytime looks and a thicker style with a little bit of sparkle for evening ensembles

Fair skinned women usually have light colored eyes which need to be protected from the sun. Take some time to choose stylish and dramatic sunglasses to not only serve as protection from the sun's harmful rays, but also to add some color and style. Fair skin looks lovely when adorned with a unique and pretty sunglass frame.

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8 Responses to Light Skinned Nigerians

  1. Nairobi O says:

    How come light-skinned black people are usually prettier than darker blacks?
    I came from Nigeria and I just hear of these people called Creoles. They are so beautiful. I notice black Americans are so much more pretty than us Nigerians. I feel so jealous. LOL. Do black American men like darker skinned women? I heard of whole good hair and bad hair thing, I had very african hair. Is that bad hair?

  2. KRAW says:

    Why do white people like to say light skinned blacks are mixed yet, a tanned white person is fully white?
    If you see a tan white person, for instance an Italian, my boyfriend has naturally tan skin, yet he says he has non arab or african ancestry, I don’t argue with that. But if a black person says “I don’t have to have white ancestry to be light skinned” they will claim that is the only way for this to be possible. It just really annoys me. Africans have so much diversity, they don’t all just look one way! You don’t have to be extra dark, broad nose, tightly curled hair to be “fully black” that’s just BS. FYI there are many mixed/biracial that have dark skin and more black features yet they are still MIXED. Why does everyone think mixed=light skin? Like seriously get real. I can’t stand it when someone tries to tell me who I am, I am a light skin Nigerian, born to two Nigerian parents, that have two Nigerian parents, and they have Nigerian parents as well. Have never seen pictures of white ancestors or seen them on my family tree. So please stfu, with all this “light skinned blacks are mixed”.
    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/worlds-most-ancient-race-traced-in-dna-study-1677113.html
    http://www.newser.com/story/19615/africans-have-most-diverse-dna.html
    http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/health/africans-are-the-most-diverse-people-on-earth-suggests-dna-analysis_100186829.html
    If you have something racist to say, go ahead and say it, but my point is well proven.
    Opps, i didn’t mean to post this twice. It told me it didn’t post the first time, so i posted it again. Sorry lol

  3. KRAW says:

    Why is it that white people think light skinned blacks are mixed yet,?
    If you see a tan white person, for instance an Italian, my boyfriend has naturally tan skin, yet he says he has non arab or african ancestry, I don’t argue with that. But if a black person says “I don’t have to have white ancestry to be light skinned” they will claim that is the only way for this to be possible. It just really annoys me. Africans have so much diversity, they don’t all just look one way! You don’t have to be extra dark, broad nose, tightly curled hair to be “fully black” that’s just BS. FYI there are many mixed/biracial that have dark skin and more black features yet they are still MIXED. Why does everyone think mixed=light skin? Like seriously get real. I can’t stand it when someone tries to tell me who I am, I am a light skin Nigerian, born to two Nigerian parents, that have two Nigerian parents, and they have Nigerian parents as well. Have never seen pictures of white ancestors or seen them on my family tree. So please stfu, with all this “light skinned blacks are mixed”.
    http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/health/africans-are-the-most-diverse-people-on-earth-suggests-dna-analysis_100186829.html
    http://www.bionews.org.uk/page_13795.asp
    http://www.newser.com/story/19615/africans-have-most-diverse-dna.html
    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/worlds-most-ancient-race-traced-in-dna-study-1677113.html
    I have thinner nose too, but it is most definintly not like a white persons nose, nor would I want it to be. Yes a black person can have thinner nose, but not have white ancestry!
    My parents are igbo nigerians!@racist man

  4. Ubong E says:

    How Do I Get Into The Video Vixen Business? I Know I Have A Shot At It?
    I’m About 5’1. Light Skinned, Nigerian Ethnicity, And Uniquely Petite And Curvy. A Real Agent No Spams Please. I’m Serious About This.

  5. black love is dead says:

    What skin tone do you consider “light skinned” for a black person?
    I usually think of someone like “Kid” from Kid n Play, Tom Joyner, Tisha Campbell,, Colin Powell as being light skinned and anyone darker to be “in between” medium or dark skin

    It’s a big deal I’m just wondering what you consider light for a black person.

    Would you consider these Nigerian women “light skinned”?
    http://www.ibidoun.de/icons/igbo_nigeria.jpg
    I meant to say it’s NOT a big deal
    yeah I consider those women medium too but I see a lot of people on here referring to them as light skinned
    envy I consider Kelly dark skinned lol.

    Just like some people consider me dark skinned.

    So I guess everyone has their own definition
    in the link I’m asking about the two women in the front

    • Quest4questions says:

      For those women in the picture, I would consider the one up front and the one on the right as light, and the one on the left as brown. This is because I have seen black people much darker then the woman on the left. Yes, the two on the right are not the lightest I have seen, however, the one on the left is not the darkest, so I would hesitate with calling her dark skinned.

      Then again, people call me dark skinned and I am darker then the women on the right and lighter then the woman on the left.

      Usually, the standard is people think of blacks with a yellowish tint as being light skinned.
      However, I think it also depends upon the ranges of colors you’ve seen. I’ve seen blacks who have skin like whites, and blacks whose skin is like obsidian, so if those girls on the left are medium, and the girl on the right is dark, what about those people who are darker then she is?

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