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TIPS – HOW TO MAKE YOUR LIPSTICK LAST LONGER / I, MEDIA & HAPPY NEW YEAR

Hi peeps, Happy New Year, it’s not too late to say it. It’s a New Year and I have been very busy, but am here now so let’s blog on. Are we still in the New Year Resolution craze? Am not a New Year Resolution freak but my plans for the New Year is to keep looking Glam, Keeping  fit, Reading more books, Get my Media act together, Network, Continue my Photography course, keep up as a Naturalista,Increase my business acumen, Yes! Keep Blogging and most importantly build a stronger relationship with my God.



2014 was a very interesting year for me; I made some achievements and learnt new stuffs. In 2014, I was on air and it was a good one for me as I plan to go into Media (Digital Media, Photo Journalism, Broadcasting), I was invited as a Fan Guest to The Spot on EbonylifeTV on DSTV channel 165 the first Black Pan African TV Network (bragging rights & winking) It felt so good as I got to interact with the crew and the Loft Mates Ebuka Obi Uchendu and Lamide Akintobi, other guests who were on the show with me were DJ Lambogini and Skales.  So before the show, I got a face beat for the show by Esther Nsikan John, I totally loved it because I looked Chic and Glam, ever since then I have decided to take my makeup seriously.

I with Lamide, Ebuka, Skales & DJ Lambogini 
                       I on Set after the Face beat by Esther Nsikan John

So as part of my New Year Resolution to keep looking Glam, I learnt a makeup tip from my makeup blogger friend Chee Chee of www.styleexplicit.blogspot.com, HOW TO MAKE MY LIPSTICK LAST LONGER especially during the harmattan season to avoid chapped lips, this tip also helps to brighten dark lips. So relax and follow these easy tips.
STEPS:
  • Use a brush to scrub the top of your lips, so as to get rid of dry, scaly cells on the lips
  • Apply a little lip balm to moisturize your lips
  • With the use of a concealer brush, gently apply light concealer on your lips, this procedure is to brighten the lips, give the lips a good base for the lipstick and lip liner, most importantly to make the lipstick last longer on the lips.
  • Use a lip liner that looks like the color of your skin, more likely a neutral color to outline your lips.
  • Finally apply your lipstick start by blending the lipstick to the pencil line and then lightly on your lips, smack your lips together and you are good to go.
                                                        

Monte Carlo by NYX
 
 


To get these lovely lipsticks and start up the year looking Glam, contact LoveMay Beauty Center on 08060084740 , its very affordable.
 

 

Comments

  1. I wish I was a woman, these tips would have been useful. Women and their endless desire to be beautiful.

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    1. hahaha! Stephen you don't need to be a woman, just teach your wife or sister these tricks

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  2. Nice one dear, it can only get better

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  3. Yes Viv, thanks for the compliments and encouragement.

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  4. That's so cool that you got to be on The Spot. I love those guys :D
    Great tips

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