I can’t over-emphasize how important a makeup primer as I still don’t understand why some ladies choose to skip it when applying makeup. If only they knew how much better makeup would look on the face when a primer is used.

1.  It evens out the skin tone of the face
and can even be used alone if you’re trying to achieve a natural fresh-faced look.

2. It allows you use less makeup as the primer covers some imperfections (and as indicated in 1, it evens out your skin tone).

3. It makes the face a smoother platform to be worked on.

4. It acts as a base for makeup application.

5. It acts as a barrier between the makeup and the face; so the makeup is applied on the primer instead of directly on the skin.

6. It absorbs oil making your makeup last longer.

7. It brightens up the face.

1. Moisturize your skin.
2. Leave the moisturizer to set for some seconds.
3. Apply the primer with a wedge, brush or your finger (ensure that your hands are clean).
4. Apply makeup.

I really hope this post is convincing enough for those who are yet to make use of a primer.

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Until later, ciao :* :* :*



Hello everyone. It’s been a really long time; hope you are all doing great. As for me, I choose to enjoy my after-exams moments, lol.

Well, here goes. I was contacted some days ago to be the official blogger for an event coming up soon. It’s the Beauty Africa Exhibition & Conference 2014, organised by Africa’s leading healthcare exhibition organisers – Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions. Informa has already established successful events in the Beauty Industry with recognized shows such as Beyond Beauty, The Bride Show and China Beauty.
Date:    7-9 October, 2014
Venue: Eko Hotel & Suites

The event will provide a platform for companies to interact with beauty and wellness professionals as well as industry leading dealers and distributors. It will be a unique event providing a mix of business networking and trade opportunities along with high quality workshops and talks designed to assist in building the African capacity in the sector by discussing the hottest topics, trends and innovations within beauty, haircare and skincare & spa and wellness.

That’ll be all on this for now; however, keep your ears and eyes open for more posts on this event. You sure don’t wanna miss it. 

You can also visit their website for more information: Beauty Africa Exhibition & Conference.

Until later, ciao :* :*


Hello dolls! I hope you missed me as much I missed you. I believe you are doing great. 

Now, unto the matter of the day. I let on in my last post that I would do a Nigerian-flag-inspired look (check out my World Cup look in this post), and you, my amazing readers, encouraged me to.

I got the perfect model for this look; not only does she have a flawless face, she’s bubbly and was able to interpret the look very well.

*Mary-kay foundation in 507
*La Girl Pro Concealer in Warm Honey for highlighting
*Milani mineralized compact powder in medium
*Jordana retractable pencil in black for the dark areas of the football
*NYX Jumbo pencil in milk

*Jordana brow pencil in dark brown
*LA Girl Pro concealer in toffee to highlight her brows
*Wet ‘n’ wild creme eyeliner
*False lashes
*Sleek mascara

*Green eyeshadow
*NYX jumbo pencil in milk

Thanks to one of my amazing readers, Tuke Morgan, I entered for Lola Maja’s worldcup-inspired makeup competition. Here’s where y’all come in. Kindly go follow Lola Maja on Instagram: @lolamaja and @mysacredbeauty, look out for my pictures as she posts worldcup-inspired looks, and then LIKE, LIKE, LIKE!

Thanks a lot for your love and support, and for always reading my posts. Kisses :* :* :*

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