- Candice Modiselle has spoken out about how some makeup artists in the industry don't know how to work with darker skin
- The conversation was sparked by a viral post that spoke about black actresses in Hollywood styling their own hair on set
- Candice feels that makeup is not a "one-size fits all" type of thing and different skin tones need different approaches
Working in the entertainment industry certainly comes with the glitz and the glam but sometimes things don't always go as planned. Candice Modiselle has slammed makeup artists who don't know how to work with darker skin tones.
The conversation was sparked by a Twitter user who expressed their disappointment in how black actresses have been treated in Hollywood.
For some actresses, it would be difficult to find someone who knows how to work with their hair, which resulted in them having to style their own hair on set.
Candice weighed in and said that it was the same story with makeup artists. She said that there was an abundance of talent in Mzansi but it's always the same people who end up getting the jobs.
“The pool of talent knows no bounds, but guess who is bagging the major gigs, yet they have no idea what to do when a person of colour is sitting in their chair," said Candice.
The Mzansi actress said that makeup is not a "one-size fits all" kind of thing and that different looks work for different people.
The star is a little disappointed in how the entertainment industry handles styling in some situations.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Candice Modiselle shared how a young designer was scammed using her name. Candice Modiselle took to social media recently to share how a woman scammed a young designer using her name.
The media personality expressed that the woman the unidentified woman claimed to be her close friend. The stunner revealed that the designer custom-made some merchandise and gave them to the woman thinking she would pass them on to the star.
After the designer handed the woman the items, she vanished with everything, the TV presenter said. Candice wrote on Twitter on Thursday, 27 January.
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