Dark Complexioned is an English language word that means a dark complexion.
It is used to describe the dark complexion of people who have dark skin, such as African Americans, who often struggle to achieve good results with the darkening process.
The term has come to be used by doctors and cosmetic professionals to describe a patient with dark skin who needs a light-colored complexion.
For this reason, the term is sometimes used to refer to people with darker skin.
But what is a darker complexion?
According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, a dark-skinned person’s complexion is usually darker in the center than the edges of the face.
The darkening is not always noticeable and sometimes there is little or no change.
For some people, the darker complexion can be caused by genetic abnormalities or skin diseases.
But for others, it is a sign of health.
The Encyclopedia Britannicas definition of dark complexion also includes an additional condition: a dark or dark-colored spot or line, particularly on the cheekbones.
A dark- colored spot on the face may be caused from a genetic condition, such a cystic acne, or by a genetic abnormality, such an inherited disease, or the result of the environment, such that the skin becomes more or less covered by the melanin in the skin.
However, darker skin doesn’t always mean a darker skin tone.
Some people have lighter skin and darker skin around their eyes, eyebrows, forehead, and chin.
Some of the most popular terms for darker skin include: dark brown, dark-haired, dark brown-haired with brown hair, dark skinned, dark complexion with dark complexion source MTV The Oxford English Dictionary article According to Wikipedia, “Darkness is the ability to show only a limited range of colors and tones.
The darker the skin, the less light there is.
Dark-skinned people tend to have lighter coloration and skin tones than their darker-skinned peers.
However they also tend to be darker than their peers.”
It is also possible for someone with darker complexion to have a dark eye color, too.
People with dark- or dark brown eyes are more likely to have dark or brown irises.
A person who has dark-brown eyes may have an iris that is a mix of brown and black.
Another person with dark brown or dark eyes might have an eye color that is almost entirely black.
This type of dark-eye color is sometimes called “mottled brown.”
Some people who are darker than average, but not darker than most, are known as “dark-complexified.”
Some dark- complexioned people also have a lighter complexion than others.
For example, a person who is a bit darker than other people may have a light complexion, or someone who is lighter than other groups may have darker skin than others do.
This makes it possible for a person to be light-skinned and dark-skinned.
The Wikipedia article on dark skin also explains how to find out if you have a darker or lighter complexion.
According to this article, the skin around the eyes, cheekbones, jaw line, and nose, can also be affected by the type of melanin you have, especially the darker parts of the skin in the lower part of the cheek.
A darker skin can also result from genetic abnormalities, such cystic and/or cystic albinism.
In some cases, it can be hereditary.
For more information on how to diagnose dark skin or to learn more about dark skin conditions, please visit the Wikipedia article.