Even as the beauty industry slowly adopts more inclusive skincare and makeup options, and hashtags like #ActingWhileBlack expose the frustration women of color have with the pace of inclusivity efforts, a massive disconnect remains. It’s not uncommon for a model or actress of color to bring her own foundation to set, to provide her own wigs and extensions, or even to get her hair done before showing up.

Likewise, when women of color want to pursue cosmetic surgery—where DIY tactics are rightly nonexistent—the options are even more limited.

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