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Hello people! how is it going?
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I know i have said it here before about how I forget to do posts on the actual makeup work that I do. Which is funny because it was one of the reasons I started blogging. I guess the wind has blown me to another direction, but I shan't gree. lol. I will remain on course.

So i did series of shoots last year (If you follow Olumakeovers on Instagram- you most likely would have seen these looks), this is one of them. I wanted to do a traditional look so I used the benin/edo beads attire.


I wanted a kind of healthy glow without an overpowering look. I wanted a subtle look that would still look glamorous, so I went crazy with my blending. I did a mix of golden and coral tones on the eyes amd also a not too flasy coral on the lips. I used a nice orange blush and added some bronzer to give a healthy glow. 




Tip: Check your blending with a harsh camera flash, if it looks seMless, then you are good to go.

Mr Emmanuel of Spotlight Spectra doing his thing


PRODUCT USED
FACE
Mary Kay Medium Coverage foundation in 507 and 500
Zaron Oil Blotting Powder in
Sleek blush by 
Milani Golden Stripes bronzer for the bridge of the nose
Zaron Eyebrow Definer for brows.

EYES
Eyelid color from Sleek Sunset Palette and MAC ES in Paradisco
Black Opal ES in Clove and Fudge for a light transition
Bobbi brown ES in golden sunset for browbone highlight
Milani precise liquid eyeliner
Zaron pencil in Blue flame for undereye liner
RedCherry Eyelashes in 82

LIPS

NYX lipliner in Orange
MAC matte lipstick in Lady Danger
Zaron Barefaced for a little Ombre effect
USHAS clear lip oil for glossy look.

That's it. Feel free to recreate this look, you could send me a mail for me to seeeeee. :)
The entry for the competion closes TOMORROW. The voting polls will be up on Monday, so do check back so you can vote and also invite your friends to vote! LOADS of looks guys, much more than i expected. You guys officially rock! 

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I'll be having a makeup series post specifically for makeup artistes, but not limited to them alone. Should have the first one up my next week, hopefully. 

Till later beauties! 

Your Comrade in Beauty,

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9 comments

  1. Love d looks! More greece!

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  2. Omowunmi Osayomi makeup is flawless,and it speak simplicity....from the lipstick to the eye shadow will definitely rock all that,love it all the way!!!

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  3. I love this!You are very talented omolewa!Am a newbie on dis blog.I bless the day I found you.God continue to bless you my sister

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  4. Wow Shalewa.................this is really nice.Its a job well done.

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