Black is often the first choice for fashion lovers in terms of choosing their clothes, shoes or bags because black is the colour that goes with everything. Black colour flatter every skin tone, however, it went the opposite way for me. For years I tried to get rid of the black colour for my clothes as black turned my skin colour much darker like a burned out skin.

This time around, I challenged myself to wear black once again and surprisingly it gave me new thoughts on black colour as it neutralised my skin tone. with that, I have decided to try more black colour.









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Hello and welcome! I’m a Malaysian based beauty, fashion and travel blogger. However, you’ll also find about beauty tips, lifestyle and DIYs. Maybe some of you wondering why my blog called beautyjelita right? Jelita also means beauty in Bahasa. Beauty is a something that gives you a great pleasure especially when you look at it, you’ll feel happy, it pleases you. So, by doing this blog, it gives me happiness. That is why I call it ‘beautyjelita’. I’m posting on my blog every week. Feel free to leave a comment and follow me on social media!

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