Faridath Dibawssette Develops The First Hybrid Beauty Product For Dark-Skinned Women
Faridath Dibawssette, a well-known makeup artist on Instagram, is extending its scope to Queendom Cushion Base, the critically acclaimed makeup base.
DIBA, the beauty company of Dibawssette, was inspired by Korean beauty products to create a foundation that will allow dark-skinned black women to nourish their skin while simultaneously looking good. Based in Canada, DIBA’s mission is to promote self-care according to their website to foster wellness, confidence, and self-love. The fact that her line is based on black women, whether they are light-skinned or dark-skinned, is even more important. Black women are queens, according to BlackNews.com, with DIBA, so the Queendom Cushion Foundation “promotes in the safest way their natural shine.”
The effectiveness of the Queendom Cushion Foundation lies in the shades and ingredients developed by Dibawssette, learning from her own experience of oily, acne-prone and hyper-pigmented skin. She created the core ingredients that suited sensitive black skin and brought out its natural beauty. “the formula blends not only a daily moisturizer with a base, but also essential vitamins such as Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Quinoa Extract, and Jojoba Oil for complete coverage and naturally smooth skin.”
Much better, not only is the base light but also long-wearing. Not to mention, Dibawssette is also committed to stringent chemical production, rejecting animal testing, and leaving out contaminants as well as additives that have side effects such as parabens, mineral oil, sulfates, and phthalates.
The foundation of Dibawssette has also recently expanded the number of shades for its brown and dark-skinned clients, releasing its line with nine new shades. The Queendom Cushion Foundation is now recognized as one of dark-skinned women’s most successful foundation brands.