Throw Back to when BFS beat my face
I have recently become a make up junkie and totally fascinated by make up artistry. I took a private make up course last year and ever since then I’ve been a ‘’professional make up artist’’ (side eye). To be honest since I took the make up class I rarely, in fact … I NEVER have my make up professionally done. Alas one beautiful Saturday morning I was told my hubs that we had a wedding to attend in a few hours. Eeeeekkkkssss.. Just when I was planning to sleeeeeep like a baby all day.
Anyway without further ado I called my glam squad * flicks hair * BFS Artistry to the rescue.
The colour of the day was emerald green, and to my surprise this colour popped on my dark skin. Bunmi from BFS Artistry took one look at my outfit and gele and was like “yaaaaaaasssss hunnnny.” You could tell her creative juicies were already flowing and she knew just how to pull it all together.
If you know me well you’ll know I’m soooooooo simple when it comes to make up. I'm all about the nudes, browns and glowy skin. Like literally no color on my eyes or lips, just popping lashes *wink* but Bunmi had other ideas *deep sigh*.
Nonetheless she took brush to face and worked her magic.
Honestly I was so happy with my look in the end and I didn’t want to wash my face at the end of the night. I also got a thumbs up from Mr O.
See the pictures of my look below and a list of the products used.
Foundation: Black Opal Stick in Hazelnut; Mary Kay Liquid Foundation 607
Brow Pencil: Browlution by Yanga Beauty
Eyeshadow: Benina Professional eyeshadow in neutral
Lips: NYX Lingerie (not sure of the specific shade)
Blush: House of Tara Palette
Face Powder: Milani Compact powder in warm and deep
Concealer: LA Girl in Toffee
Set concealer with Ben Nye Banana Powder
Contoured with Zaron HD Contour Kit in PZ20
Lashes: The Lash Lounge Semi permanent eyelashes: Classic Set
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