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Make up for the black woman

8 comments · save · last comment by Adebayo O. over 4 years ago

Adebayo Okelawal

Adebayo O.

LAGOS,
Nigeria

5 posts

what are your favourite make up houses for black women

over 4 years ago

#1
Zahraisabelle L

Zahraisabelle L.

XANADU,
Sweden

4830 posts

Jeez I wish I was black.
I think they look so gorgeous in smokey eyes and red lipstick.
Yummo.

September 3, 2009

#3
Adebayo Okelawal

Adebayo O.

LAGOS,
Nigeria

5 posts

thhhxxx!!

September 3, 2009

#4
Vanessa O

Vanessa O.

LONDON,
United Kingdom

144 posts

I use MAC, Chanel, and Ysl.
Always worked for my complextion.
And I love the lipstick colours of Chanel, and eye make up of Ysl.

Some times Nars or Bobbi Brown.

My mum loves Iman too.

September 5, 2009

#5
Marin Monroe .

Marin Monroe ..

LONDON,
United Kingdom

3607 posts

Mac/Bobbi brown are the best from what I've heard.
My mum says that fashion fair and Iman are a little too red. But I guess it depends on the individual complexion.

September 5, 2009

#6
Adebayo Okelawal

Adebayo O.

LAGOS,
Nigeria

5 posts

thx yal!!

September 5, 2009

#7
KIKI  B

KIKI B.

LONDON,
United Kingdom

136 posts

Black Opal have some good products. I was hooked on their foundation Stick
but the cons outweigh the pros on that one. Another brilliant brand is Dermablend.
It's FLAWLESS and doesn't budge from your face, that means you can hug some
one and it don't rub off! (been looking for a brand like that for years). BUT i warn
you, if you don't correctly remove that shit, you will break out like a mother!
You have been warned :)
Oh and I almost forgot Revlons liquid foundation that also doesn't budge. I use/used all
of these products so I personally know about their pros and cons. Hope this helps!

September 5, 2009

#8
Adebayo Okelawal

Adebayo O.

LAGOS,
Nigeria

5 posts

it does a whole lot thx

September 6, 2009

  

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