Haitian-American Chemist Develops Makeup for Women of Color
Beauty comes in many shades, but some women find their particular shade is underrepresented in the cosmetics industry. Balanda Atis, a chemist with the cosmetics company, L’Oreal USA, hopes to change that. She manages the L’Oréal Women of Color Lab in New Jersey and wants to create makeup that works for all women. “Makeup is personal," Atis said. "It...
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