If you haven’t seen pictures from Bridal Inspiration (01) , what are you waiting for?

Today’s post is a white wedding inspiration look. This is the one I look forward to, dresses and all. But let me just stick with the makeup look.

Usually, most brides want a very calm/simple look for the white wedding.

I understand that this might not be what they intended to rock, but then some churches (and mosques) have requirements. This, however, doesn’t stop you from wearing bolder colors for the wedding if it’s not an issue. I personally would love to have on dark smokey eyes and nude lips for my church wedding.

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I’m constantly on the lookout for anything that can make (and keep) my skin flawless. I don’t know about you, but sometimes, I just need my skin to breathe. What, after wearing makeup to work from Monday to Friday, a few Saturdays and Sundays are the only days that my face has to rest. And I, Debby, can’t leave my face bare if my skin doesn’t look good. Mba, it shall not stand!



Hello guys. I’m sure you’d have noticed by now that a new post goes up on the blog every Thursday. Yep! I intend to make it as consistent as possible. That said, post release days are now Thursdays.

Recently, I had a shoot (it was an exhausting but fun shoot, trust me) with an amazing photographer, Lanre Ayilegebe of Lanre Ayilegebe Photography. I created four looks, three of which are bridal and would be put up in different posts.The last look would come up in another post.

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I remember how much I used to love (still do) nude lippies. I loved it so much that it started to reflect on looks I created for my clients. My friends and some other concerned people had to talk to me to make a conscious effort to diversify. Not that I couldn’t bear to use other lip colors, but I was just always more inclined to use a nude lipstick for any look. I started to explore with other colors for my clients, but it took more time to do the same on myself.

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