Kome's Makeover Take 1

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Kome is one of the many beautiful ladies currently featured on my studio wall. Working with her was a ton of fun, we laughed through the entire thing! I called this "take 1" because this is definitely not the last time we'll work together
 For this look I channelled inspiration from Sam Fine; neutrals with a transforming effect...
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Face:
Black Opal Stick Foundation in Carob, Beautiful Bronze and Truly Topaz
Mac Cream Pigment in Black
Black Opal Deluxe finishing powder in Neutral light and Dark
Sleek Face contour kit in Dark
Sleek blush in Coral
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PhotobucketEyes:
Brown Brow pencil from Sleek Makeup
Foundation set with powder as above
Inglot Matte 329 (dark drown)
Sleek makeup Matte black eye shadow from the Bohemian palette
 Urban Decay  Naked eye shadow from the Naked palette
Sleek Dip it eye liner in Black
Illamasqua pencil in Vow (cream)
Lash Out Mascara in Black
Lashes from Nigel's Beauty Emporium in Whispies 



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Lips  
Zaron lip liner in Cappuccino 
Clinique lipstick in Creamy Nude
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xoxo

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12 comments

  1. Nice!! Congrats Stella on your NBG nomination.

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  2. beautiful!!!! true black african beauty, unike those ones that peel their skins in d name of being attractive. nice make up beautiful model

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  3. This is so lovely. Kome looks even more beautiful. Good job

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  4. So beautiful! Why did u use 3shades of Black opal foundation?

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    1. I used her shade, a lighter shade (to highlight) and a darker shade (to contour)

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  5. Gorgeous!! Sam Fine techniques always guarantee flawless natural looks! What foundation would recommend to cover a bride with tribal marks?

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  6. Hi, I have a question about the carob shade, what undertone is it?...I wanted to try that shade b/c im a dark brownskinned woman with yellowish undertones, but cannot find an inexpensive foundation with yellow undertones that is dark enough in shade/depth.

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