Women are the majority sex on this earth and it’s a proven fact that no two or three of us are exactly alike. We thankfully come in many variations—size, shape, likes and dislikes, and for that matter, skin tones and types. Unfortunately though, the broad range of skin tones is still nowhere nearly as addressed by the mainstream beauty conglomerates as one would want to believe or hope, for that matter. Casting an “ethnic” celebrity as a spokesperson is a nice step forward, yet there are still many companies that don't make the same investment into an olive-toned pressed powder as opposed to fairer shades. But enough about the challenges of finding the right makeup for women of color. True beauty is about your uniqueness—and having gorgeous skin is a powerful reflection of who you are. Besides, the healthier your skin is, the less makeup you need.