I really like her afro look and lovely skin. I enjoy her product reviews as a lot of product here in France are new to me and I do not know which are good for black skin. The only French beauty product I knew while living in Nigeria is Fair&White but I haven't found any of their product since moving to South of France three years back.
If you are moving to France or if you want to read about fashion and beauty in French to improve your vocabulary while learning new things then you'll be glad to meet my favorite black French beauty blogger Fatou N'Diaye.
Fatou N'Diaye is a popular blogger and model in France. Her father is from Senegal/Mali while her mother is from Nigeria.
In 2012, I cut my relaxed hair and went all natural. During two years, I joined the natural hair movement and had fun discovering what my real hair texture was like... On July 14 this year, I went back to relaxing my hair again as I find it much easier to handle.
Fatou N'Diaye started her blog in July 2007 on Skyblog. Then it was called MyMakeUpBag, but she later changed it to BlackBeautyBag when she moved to Blogspot.
BlackBeautyBag is famous in France and is recognised by big French marks. Her passion for fashion and beauty started long before the creation of her blog, the popularity of internet finally gave her the avenue to become known and appreciated by her fans.
In admiration of Beyonce's sister, Solange Knowles, and other natural black beauties celebrated in America, Fatou N'Diaye decided to create her blog to share her discoveries and beauty tips with black women in France. Her blog today represents black beauty and it's a platform for black women all over the world to discover themselves.
She is a brand blogger ambassador for the clothing line Kookaï for the Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter 2014 campaigns.
She also gets to travels aroud the world for beauty and fashion events where she leads conferences and beauty workshops.
She is also amongst the 8 French bloggers chosen by L'Oréal Paris as ambassadors for the new exclusive collection called Color Riche Pure Red.
|8 French Bloggers chosen as ambassadors for L'Oreal's Color Riche Pure Red|
|Color Riche Pure Red|
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Get to know Fatou N'diaye a bit more... listen to her here. Such a beauty ! Yes, black is beautiful. Sometimes I miss my natural hair...
Do you know any other French beauty blogger ?