Make-up has been one of the most talked about expressions for women since history came to life. The history of cosmetics spans at least 7,000 years and is present in all areas of human interaction. However, women were the main proponents of this art form, which dates back to the ancient civilizations of Egypt and Greece. From the eyeliner of the Egyptian queen Nerfertiti some 3,500 years ago to the Jezebel of the Old Testament, women are Picasso make-up.
However, this article focuses on African women. Makeup for African women can sometimes be a bit of a chore. Finding the right match, finding the right color, choosing the right tone, and so many shades have troubled and preoccupied African women for thousands of years. This growing concern has piqued my interest in this area and thus inspired the central theme of this reading. So without further ado, let’s dive into 5 makeup tips to keep your beautiful skin glowing!
TIP 1 : THE RIGHT FOUNDATION WORKS AMAZING!
Finding the right foundation is very important for dark skinned women. The right foundation can mean the difference between a regal makeup star or a messy face scene. However, the sad reality for African women lies with makeup brands. Makeup brands do a pathetic job when they represent dark skinned women in their base colors. The brand may have a dark base, but when you apply it, you will find that this color doesn’t always match your skin. The consequences are quite serious and in the worst case scenario can lead to a face disaster. However, some foundation brands that I recommend are: L’oreal true match, Bhcosmetics, and Estee Lauder Double Wear Foundation. To ensure that your face remains confident, it is important to choose the right foundation.
TIP 2 : PRIME TO RHYME
If you’ve never used a makeup primer, you’re missing something. Using a primer under your makeup will ensure that all makeup lasts as long as possible. It also allows any additional makeup applied to your face to be applied more subtly. This can be a boon for most African women who have very oily skin. Primer prepares your skin for all types of makeup. This is flexibility at its best!
TIP 3 : FLOWERS!
Blush is a makeup weapon that can refresh your face in an instant. Most African women ignore blushes because they think they look silly or “flamboyant”. But in reality, quite the opposite. Blushing plays an important role in accentuating your cheekbones and creating the allure of a slimmer face. However, to achieve this effect, it is necessary to choose the right shade of blush depending on the fullness of your skin tone.
TIP 4 : JOIN METAL EYESHADOWS.
African women are known to be spicy and passionate when it comes to their temperament. The same goes for metallic eyeshadow rhetoric. Metallic eyeshadows harmonize very well on a darker palette as opposed to a lighter palette. When it comes to looking alive and combining a cool and confident look, metallic eyeshadows can do wonders for you. Gold, black, dark gray, silver, and titanium are some of the metallic colors that go well with your overall makeup look!
TIP 5 : CERRY BOMB LIPS
Power is everything and the end of everything in this. Dark lipstick is a very sensitive and sensitive topic when it comes to makeup for African women. But there’s one undeniable fact about bold lipstick that shouldn’t be ignored: it calls for independence and self-confidence; two traits that abound in the lives of African women. Dark women might be the only ones with the right skin tone to pull off a dark lipstick, so we absolutely must have this one! Dark lipstick can complement all of your makeup in many ways, and on occasions where you opt for minimal makeup, your bold lips can really create that much-needed pop!
Make-up is more than just a beauty accessory suitable for an event or to beautify the face. Make-up is an art form that allows women to express themselves and to build themselves up. African women are lively, beautiful, independent, graceful and intelligent. Our makeup should be a symbol of our attitude regardless of events or circumstances.
It’s equally important to emphasize that makeup can only do so much. We need to take care of our face naturally. To do this, we need to invest in facial scrubs, moisturizers, toners, and acne-removing creams to keep our faces supple and soft and to maintain a natural aesthetic!
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