@dija_ayodele didn’t think beauty could be a viable career. But 15 years ago, during the global recession, she decided t…

@dija_ayodele didn’t think beauty could be a viable career. But 15 years ago, during the global recession, she decided to take a big leap, quit her career in finance and dive headfirst into the beauty industry. She launched the “@blackskindirectoryuk,” a platform connecting people of color with skin care professionals, and her London clinic West Room Aesthetics — especially for women of color, who have traditionally been neglected by the mainstream beauty industry.

Now, with the recent publication of her first book “Black Skin,” she wants to talk louder about the beauty needs of Black people and educate beauty professionals and students about how the industry must adapt to foster true inclusion.

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Report: Fabiana Repaci

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