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Melanin friendly in S. Korea?

TL;DR: Are there any beauties out there that know of inclusive brands in S. Korea? And do you think @sephora will take darker tones into consideration in an area that focuses on pale makeup looks. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------I'm not sure if the news has spread everywhere but Sephora is coming to S. Korea in October. As someone that, currently, lives here, I've noticed an incredible lack of products for darker tones. Most brands focus on making skin look pale and dewy with pink lips and cheeks. If that's not the look you're going for, you're s.o.l. (A \"pigmented\" eyeshadow is a peachy brown. A night out has a touch of glitter. ) Have you foundbrands in S. Korea that offer products for matte looks, darker skin, and deeper complexions? I love swatching before buying a because I may not like the product and, sometimes, return policies suck. Share local, inclusive brands below. **Below is a question and answer between myself and @SephoraKR regarding inclusion. It doesn't give me warm and fuzzies. If they're going to have products for people like me, why can't they say so? 😔

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