The popular makeup brand challenged the Modern Filipina girls to its 16DayWearNudeChallenge and sent us the Inti-mattes Collection, which contained 16 wearable nude shades. Its buttery-soft formula delivers a vibrant color payoff and leaves a velvety finish. Personally, I think nude lipsticks are a hit or miss. Some of them make me look dead; others transform me into a Korean-looking Barbie. My MF girls shared the same sentiments. So when Maybelline sent us these nudes, we put them to the test. We tried it out for you. Jay is the typical morena beauty.
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Better get a chick with a dense bush right away. Philippine women aren't great in seducing while stripping, but they are very natural when completely nude. Manila amateur Francesca. Private Filipina Chat. Very natural and lovable. Indo-Eurasian Angel gives head. For normal Westerners they look much younger. Hotel bedrooms are fantastic places for castings. It would probably make her horny for another sex video. I managed to regain some of my composure for a moment, though I was still panting.
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It has to do with Filipino culture. Here, dark skinned people are often seen as poor as they are allegedly dark skinned for having to work in the fields. A hierarchy also exists subtly whereby fairer skin is seen as beautiful and professional. Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala. Henry Sy.
Filipinos are taking to social media to post photos of themselves, along with the hashtag MagandangMorenx. The hashtag, which in Tagalog translates to "beautiful brown skin," was first started by actress Asia Jackson. Growing up, she would often visit the Philippines, and lived and attended school there for a period of time. The idea of being "fair-skinned" is prized in the Philippines, as it is in many other Asian cultures. Pictures of fair-skinned women occupy billboards and magazines, and it's not uncommon to see commercials on television advertising skin-whitening products. So Jackson decided to start the hashtag MagandangMorenx in an effort to empower Filipinos, no matter their skin tone. The hashtag was also timed to coincide with Filipino American History Month, which is celebrated each year in October. Took me 20 yrs to embrace my skintone. I grew up around whitening products and always wondered why my mother insisted that being dark is ugly but it's honestly not. Brown skin is beautiful dark skin is beautiful.