Hi- I just had a Beauty shoot, and was working with 3 models. One was white, one was asian and the other was african-american. The lighting stayed the same throughout the shoot. I used a small softbox to light them with an additional reflector to bounce the light back up. The first two models photographed beautifully, but the african-american model's skin tone came out terribly ashy. You could literally see all the makeup she was wearing on her cheeks. Essentially, her skin looked like dust. Is there some special lighting technique that I would need to use for lighting darker skin tones? I've heard of using gels, but am not that familiar with them. Also, is there any particular side of a reflector (white, gold, silver), that works better with darker complexions? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!