We may not be going anywhere fun anytime soon but we can still serve make up looks, yes? Yes.
How do models always get their skin right and glowing?
The gorgeous fashion model, Lisa Namasiku, lets us in on the products she uses to stay photo ready.
Women around the world apply toxic, synthetic ingredients to their face, including around their mucous-membrane (eyes and mouths) daily. The chemicals are blinked into eyes, seeped into pores, and accidentally licked into mouths, accumulating over a woman’s lifespan.
Hence, the reason for my DIY lipstick recipe.
Does it really matter if you apply face oil before moisturizer? Or if your sunscreen goes on first or last?
The answer is YES.
In Moscow, I went into a Mac store hoping to finally get my makeup game right. I’d been using Black Opal foundation for so many years and it had served me well. But I was now ready to emulate the queens of YouTube and upgrade.
Launched at a glitzy event that took place at a Windhoek hotel, Hannah Nangula’s full cream foundation is now officially on the market and available for sale.
Dynamic and creative Renate Shikongo has been making waves with her special effects work with Innovation Studios.
She lets us in on the process as well as her brand.
We like to think every make up guru has great skin. Can you think of any who don’t? Neither can we.
Which is why we needed to speak to the gorgeous MUA and model, Maggy Lenga, to find out what it is she uses for her flawless skin as well her favourite beauty and make up products.
Hannah Nangula, Namibia’s most celebrated makeup artist is gearing up to launch her very own cosmetics products.