So what exactly is the meaning of “nude” as it relates to makeup? I try a bunch of products in the shade nude to find out! Mented Lipsticks https://bit.ly/2jyN3ye C O L L A B S Too Faced Born This Way Foundation (my shade is Chai) https://www.toofaced.com/jackie C O N N E C T W I T H M E: instagram: @jackieaina snapchat: jackieaina facebook: Jackie Aina twitter: @jackieaina B U S I N E S S: For business inquiries please contact jackie@rare.global *Some affiliate links are used, which means I may receive a commission should you decide to click that link and make a purchase. My content is 100% not influenced by brands, PR products received, usage of affiliate links, or brand partnerships. Changing the standard of beauty, one tutorial at a time ๐Ÿ™‚ Phil 4:13
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  1. I hate when I see NUDE foundations. I'm a white woman, but I have yet to see a nude color that even comes close to my complexion. Absolutely agree with you.."give it a descriptor people"! PS. That pink nude lipstick with the Dark Nude lipgloss is stunning on you!

  2. Ballerinas of deeper complexions have struggled with finding the ideal โ€œnudeโ€ slipper/shoe for years!!! When brands make NUDE slippers, they show a pattern of primarily catering to lighter complexions.

  3. This video should be shown to makeup companies in board meetings.
    Not a single one of the products just named Nude would work for even me, and let's be honest sadly my skin tone has been the default for years.
    Before I get hate for that statement I'm not saying that's right, I'm not saying it to be cocky I'm saying it because it's just true, it needs to change and now but it's still true.
    In 2019 if you're going to call a product Nude have an adjective (ie. Warm Nude, Ivory Nude, Deep Nude or jeez even Gargoylesque Nude) just anything other than plain Nude.
    By calling that particular shade or colour Nude you imply that anyone that isn't that one colour is the wrong shade of Nude.
    Apologies for the Essay, Thank You for coming to my Ted Talk.
    xAndyx

  4. Oh. My. God.

    The intro the blaaady intro mannnnn, about them Mac girls. Girl, exact same experience here! Ended up walking out with an orange foundation (I still don't understand what colour she thought she was seeing to match me to an ORANGE foundation)! X

  5. That's why I like the foundations that are titled with numbers or letters, such as Fenty and some of the other ones with letters indicating their group, undertone, and then the number. Because besides "nude", which is arbitrary, words like, "snow" "cotton" "mocha" "caramel" make me feel uncomfortable.

  6. Is โ€œNudeโ€ a color concept in the darker complexioned countries of Africa? If so, whatโ€™s the standard โ€œNudeโ€ in Nigeria? Ghana? Kenya? What about in South Africa? What about India? What about Brazil? Are people all over the world settling for one color just for the sake of this universal โ€œNudeโ€?

  7. Lol this has nothing to do with the makeup but I just had to say it. You are funny!!! You are the only makeup guru I watch where I get makeup education and a comedy show all at the same time.

  8. (Let me just say this before I watch the video) You look gorgeous! The hair the makeup the outfit, everything is just perfect for you! ๐Ÿ˜โ™ฅ๏ธ

  9. The only thing that still blows my mind is how some makeup brands still don't get how a dark brown can also be a nude. Like hello?! Do you not see dark women?! Not cause it looks dark and grunge on lighter people means it's not a nude for darker women smh

  10. Yeah while those nudes look like theyโ€™d be my colour on your skin theyโ€™d be probably too dark for me lol. Except that makeup forever concealer. That looks like itโ€™d work for me.

  11. I friggin LOVE how Jackie deals with the tone deaf issues in the makeup community. There definitely are still issues when it comes to inclusivity especially in skin coloring, but the way she delivers the issues is so calm and mature and nonaccusatory toward any groups in particular and she really frames everything positively and doesnโ€™t let the negativity come through in her attitude or anything and it just is a good way to really make people see the real issues without pissing people off if that makes sense

  12. For me personally this video wasn't educational or informative in any way. I mean…noone showed us how to find our nude (if thats a thing) or cool and warm stuff or whatever idk idk but it's just not helpful… It really isn't except for the company for nudes for darker people
    And yes I do think it's very important for everyone to be able to find their color. But it still wasn't helpful, it's just 19 mins of bitching..

  13. I dont know where youโ€™re from but youโ€™re accent is super cute. Like you donโ€™t just say โ€œonโ€ you say โ€œoWnโ€ and itโ€™s super cute I love it

  14. Why dont they do like "fair nude, fair light nude, light nude, light medium nude, medium nude, medium tan nude, tan nude, tan dark nude, dark nude, dark deep nude, deep nude"

    Or something like that?

  15. i love this. i love how open you are about this race issues in the beauty community. itโ€™s interesting and eye opening to hear you talk about problems in the industry that must gurus tip toe around. i appreciate your honesty

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