Racism wears many masks—some instances of it are more camouflaged than others—but unfortunately, even in industries that claim not to wear them, racism remains prevalently encountered on a daily basis. Screen Shot sat down with TikTok activist Naomi Eluwa, and dancer, actress and model Nikkita Chadha to speak about the racism they have both suffered from within their lives and careers to highlight the new tools younger generations are using to promote a message of open-mindedness, acceptance, and self-love. Times are slowly but thankfully being forced to change, and it’s thanks to the voices that quite rightly demand to be heard. Here’s how the two influencers are leading a new movement against racism.
From tutorials on how to perfect a smoky eye to suitable makeup looks for every occasion you could think of, one thing is clear, the makeup industry has submerged the internet with a certain approach to creativity that somehow doesn’t surprise anyone anymore. This led the new generation to become bored of seeing the same makeup content on social media, and rightfully so. So where does the future of the beauty industry lie? And what is the new makeup trend that will break the internet?