5 Ways to Go Green With Your Makeup Routine

From the yoga mat to the juice bar, we are starting to care more about how we treat our bodies, inside and out. What we put on our face is no exception! Still, going green is not just about what we buy, but what we do with what we already have. Here are a few simple tips to go green with your makeup routine without breaking the bank.

Three Black Beauty Pioneers You Should Know About

Throughout history, the black community has had an immense impact on multiple industries, notably the beauty industry. This Black History Month at Nudest, we are paying tribute to beauty pioneers who invented everything from the powder you use each morning to the hairbrush you use to detangle those lustrous locks every night.

Full Face of Makeup with Black Roots

While we are all for the positive changes in the beauty community, this Black History Month we are highlighting people and companies that have valued inclusivity from the start. Here is a full face of makeup using only black-owned makeup brands.

Were the Most Hyped Makeup Products of 2018 Diverse Enough?

From the Tarte Shape Tape foundation fiasco to the comeback of the ABH Amrezy highlighter, 2018 has the best and worst of the makeup world. Since the fall of 2017, the Fenty Effect has set a new standard for complexion products. Expectations are high, Twitter reactions are plentiful, and tea is always hot. But has any progress been made? This is how five of this yearโ€™s most hyped makeup releases did in the diversity category.

Victoriaโ€™s Secret is Out: An Outdated Fantasy

This yearโ€™s annual Victoria Secret Fashion Show, which aired on December 2nd, was no different from past shows--the models were all one size (skinny), cis, and their skin tones varied within a narrow spectrum of beige (with the exception of a few). Although the brand claims that the runway was 50% models of color this year, one thing was for certain: they clearly havenโ€™t learned anything about the importance of diversity.