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The tweets dated from and included derogatory language about black, dark-skinned women in particular. Only Bells says she was "young, ignorant and insecure" when she made the comments but insisted there was "no excuse I sincerely apologise to all the black women that are hurt by my tweets". In a YouTube video, Nella Rose said she wanted to extend her "deepest apologies" to anyone she'd offended. Colourism is a prejudice or discrimination against individuals with a dark skin tone, typically among people of the same ethnic group. Radio 1 Newsbeat's been hearing from two people who've been on the receiving end of this type of abuse.
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One major key is to opt for colors and styles that compliment your features and can be pulled off confidently. While we have grown up believing Snow White to be the epitome of beauty, we find Tiana and Moana to be no less. Celebrities like Zendaya, Beyonce, Lupita and many more tell us exactly how to own beautiful, dusky skin tones. Their bold fashion choices are inspirational and can be incorporated into your daily looks. As a teen, it becomes difficult to pick out outfits for different settings like school, college, hangouts with friends or dates. Here is a guide on some cute fashion options that can beautifully compliment a darker skin tone. Zendaya is one popular name when it comes to black celebrity teens.
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Growing up, I hated how I looked. I was a biracial girl living in a majority Caucasian town. Not only was I surrounded by people who looked different than me, but I also rarely felt represented in the media. This lack of community during my adolescence gave me little to no self-esteem, self-worth, or self-confidence, which led me to want to change everything about myself: my hair, the accent I picked up from my African family, and even my skin color.