It may simply have been a trick of the light, however, as one expert claimed the fairer tone was unlikely to be the result of Miss Knowles – whose father Mathew is African-American and whose mother Tina is mixed-race – bleaching her skin.
Her complexion and limbs were translucently pallid, her locks long, straight and blonde.
Dr Sunil Chopra, a consultant dermatologist at the London Dermatology Centre, said: ‘The most effective skin-lightening agents are hydroquinone and kojic acid, creams which patients apply to the skin. (If you're going for bleached skin, consult your doctor first cause it is very dangerous)
‘The effects are temporary and work by inhibiting the enzyme ... responsible for the skin’s pigment. Both are very popular. I see maybe three people every week who want this procedure.
‘But it cannot be used over the whole body. It is very unlikely she has had her skin bleached in this way.’
So do you think she somehow 'bleached' her skin or is it because she already is fairer than black people, that her skin tone gets fairer during some seasons (cause that happens..)
I love her as an artist, I love her voice, I don't think she'll become more beautiful if she gets whiter skin. There's simply no need for that.