Details about Palette: The Beauty Bible for Women of Color
Author: Funmi Fetto
Publisher: HACHETTE UK
Genre: Self-help Book, Cosmetic, Hair& Beauty
Publication Year: 3 October 2019
Book Format: Hardcover
Book Length: 320 pages
Price: ₹ 2193.97
About The Book
‘This ground-breaking, first-of-its-kind book is not only destined to become the beauty bible for women of colour everywhere, it is also a significant, relevant and influential voice in the conversation around inclusivity. Essential reading‘ EDWARD ENNINFUL
The idea for Palette: The Beauty Bible for Women of Color came to Vogue Contributing Beauty Editor Funmi Fetto after years of being asked by friends, family and strangers on the street for advice on products suitable for women of colour, who often find themselves excluded from mainstream beauty coverage.
Following on from her career in journalism where she has extended the beauty conversation in publications such as the Observer – for whom she writes a weekly column – and written in an honest, elegant and engaging style, Fetto covers all the hair, skincare, makeup and body products available today which really work for women of colour.
‘If anyone is going to decode beauty’s most inclusive and brilliant products, it should be Funmi. This woman really knows her stuff and delivers it in such warm and chatty way. It’s a bit like going shopping with your very beauty savvy best friend who happens to have a wicked sense of humour’ LISA ELDRIDGE
‘Warm, witty and welcoming’ GAL-DEM
About the author
Funmi Fetto is Executive Editor and Beauty Director at Glamour, a columnist for the Observer newspaper and a former beauty editor at British Vogue where she also wrote a beauty column aimed at women of colour. In her 20 years’ experience as a fashion and beauty journalist, she has also written and worked for numerous publications including The Sunday Times, Harper’s Bazaar, Guardian, Elle, Marie Claire and Tatler. Funmi also consults for and has worked with a wide variety of global beauty brands and has spoken on numerous panels covering topics relating to beauty, identity, race and journalism.