African Night [University Edition]

African Night was a great addition to my 1st year as a University student. I got the chance to perform, give a speech with Mr. Africa, and Model. And I went to the After party after that. All events were hosted through my University’s African Student Association (ASA).

My makeup for this night was done by Rosemary Olatunbosun check her out on instagram: @rolat07

Professional Photos taken by Ageyi Photography check out their instagram: @ageyi_photography 

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Giving a speech with Mr.Africa

 

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Strutting my stuff on stage and the full traditional clothing called “Ankara”.

 

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After party shenanigans with my WOES. Black female wolf pack #BFWP

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I’m glad I took a break from school and let myself have this experience. It was a great one!

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Beauty Package!

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My skin care package finally came, along with foundation that I had to test out! If you’re like me, there’s something about new skin care products and makeup that puts a smile on your face. Especially if it’s been backed with research and natures very best ingredients. I thought I’d give this skin care system a shot and see how it works out for my skin.

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The essentials of any skin care regimen includes: Cleanser, Toner, and Lotion/Crème. It also came with a cute travel bag.

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Foundation: Artistry Youth Xtend Lifting Smoothing Foundation [Shades: Golden and Walnut]

Powder: COVERGIRL Clean Pressed Powder [Shade: Tawny #565]

I used the Golden shade as a concealer and finished it off with my skin shade, Walnut.

After applying the foundation, my first thought was that it looked like it entered into my skin and blended in with my skin tone. What do you think? Be honest!

 

 

 

 

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