When young black women, Senegalese women in particular strip their skin to look like a mestizo or a Latina, this clearly indicates a societal unease, where the trend is towards standardization of beauty, a beauty modeled on the model of the white woman.
However, we are always fascinated by the color of jet black, a black that nothing could be stripped, a black whose sight overwhelms us, which sends us back to something cosmic, untouchable, unalterable.
The Lundaya reminds us that standardizing the skin is the worst heresy, sacralizing the Western type as a universal model of beauty is nonsense. Lundaya is black, she is beautiful, so black that the universe must like to mirror itself on her skin, she is luminous, as if the Gods had hidden the secret of beauty in the melanin of her skin.
Lundaya is Congolese. She was spotted a few months ago while participating in an advertising campaign called “Colored girl campaign”
OMG !!! She is simply magnificent!
I am a fan of this superb clean skin which radiates, which illuminates, which transcends beauty itself.
I am a woman and I can only remain captivated by so much physical perfection.
In 3 words: What a beautiful woman!