Still, physical attributes are frequently discussed as both a good and bad thing.
A fair bit of kissing/making out (often during the dark-encounter scenes that are viewed via infrared camera) and sexual innuendo.
But the lack of visual input means things turn nonphysically intimate quickly -- after just one or two visits, both men and women are trading sentimental keepsakes. But sadly, without the catfights, the gaming of the process or copious alcohol, what "Dark" proves is that real life is kinda dull.
Even the episode's ending is somewhat anti-climactic (paging rejected guy: Give me a call; that gal was crazy).
For example, nude colored stockings are going to match the skin color of one of my white friends a lot better than it’ll match my brown skin. Don’t even get me started on how many articles I’ve come across that praise the nude lip look and they only end up recommending beige colored lipsticks that would just make my lips look chapped and washed out if I ever used them! Trust me, you lips won’t look like you just ate powdered donuts. No muss, no fuss, just a simple tone that will work seamlessly with any look, especially dramatic eye makeup.
It's so hard for women with very dark skin to find a great nude.
After dating literally in the dark, they finally get to see each other.
There, the only way participants know what one another looks like is through verbal description and a little face-touching.
Notes one woman, "They're not looking at your boobs; they have to listen to you!
In this unique reality show, three men and three women are picked to live in a house shrouded in total darkness and tasked with undergoing various dating activities.
Cameras catch all the action using night-vision technology.