The women pose against a black background and present their beautifully made-up faces to the camera — before wiping it all away with a washcloth.
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Now, amazingly enough, a new pair of videos by Dermablend (a brand of foundation known for its heavy-duty coverage) refuses to pretend that foundation is anything but practical, dot-it-on-your-face-and-blend makeup, and the result is incredibly moving.
The videos feature two gorgeous young women, both of whom suffer from a severe skin condition.
Cheri Lindsay has vitiligo, a skin pigmentation condition, which began rapidly spreading across her face and body during her sophomore year of college; Cassandra Bankson has dealt with severe acne since the third grade.
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