Skin Tone

Some articles on skin tone, skin, skin tones:

Archibald Motley - Skin Tone and Identity
... the secrets of racial identity across the spectrum of skin color ... As Motley struggled with his own racial identity, he used distinctions in skin color and physical features to give meaning to each individual shade of African American ... Motley was fascinated with skin color and what it meant in the context of racial identity ...
Whiteness In Japanese Culture - Summary
... Although skin tone differs based on a person's race, those with fair skin have difficulty maintaining skin tone due to melanin production ... Bihaku products aim to prevent or reverse skin imperfection and provide a clean and fair complexion ... In Japan the preference for skin that is white and free of blemishes has been around for centuries ...
The Blacker The Berry - Influence
... Lou Morgan, he expressed the idea that dark skin presented more problems for a woman than a man ... Variations in skin tone has historically related to European and Native American ancestry among African Americans, and the tangled history of slave societies, and ... The topic of behavior related to differing skin tones has since been treated by other artists and writers, and the issue of skin bias has been studied as a sociological and psychological ...
The New Batman Adventures - Overview
... The Joker's white skin now had a bluish-gray tinge, while the black eyes and yellow corneas gave way to cavernous black spaces with white pupils ... cowl with spiky cat ears, and bare nose and mouth had a pale blue skin tone (apparently with the use of makeup, since in her civilian guise, she had normal skin tone) ... darker, green eyes became paler, and normal skin tone took on a pale gray pallor ...
Concealer
... other small blemishes visible on the skin ... by blending the imperfection into the surrounding skin tone ... It is used to cover serious skin discolorations such as birthmarks, scars and vitiligo ...

Famous quotes containing the words tone and/or skin:

    Our medieval historians who prefer to rely as much as possible on official documents because the chronicles are unreliable, fall thereby into an occasionally dangerous error. The documents tell us little about the difference in tone which separates us from those times; they let us forget the fervent pathos of medieval life.
    Johan Huizinga (1872–1945)

    For I know that my Redeemer lives, and that at the last he will stand upon the earth; and after my skin has been thus destroyed, then in my flesh I shall see God,
    Bible: Hebrew, Job 19:25.