Friday 6 March 2015

Ghanaian Independence | The Ghanaian Flag Makeup

Hello lovelies!

Today, 6th March is Ghanaian Independence Day! I remember when I was a teen / early 20's me and my friends used to go and party on this day, but now I am too old for that so the most you will get out of me is a makeup tutorial and some baked Ghanaian flag inspired biscuits/cookies!

Please check out the tutorial On my YouTube Channel here:

Products Used


Moisturiser: Lancome
Primer: MAC Prep and Prime
Foundation: Georgio Armani LSF no.14
Concealer: MAC Select Cover Up in NW40 (brow and highlight)
Powder: MAC Studio Fix Powder: NW50

Brows: MAC Stud

Primer: Urban Decay Eye Primer Potion
Brow Highlight: MAC Cork
Transition shade1: MAC Embark
Transition Shade 2: MAC Orange
Base: NYX Milk
Green: MAC Humid
Gold: Barry M: D100
Black: MAC Carbon

Winged Liner: Maybelline Gel Liner
Kohl Pencil: MAC feline
Lashes: My own mink lashes (coming soon)

Blush: Nars Exhibit A 
Shimmer Highlight: Fashion Fair Golden Lights

Pencil: MAC Brick
Lipstick: MAC Red
Gloss: Sleek Pout Paint 



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  2. Chanel girl....w)ho ay3 f3w papa!

  3. Really beautiful shade! I love your make up style it enhances your natural beauty very well! :)

  4. Love the make-up look on you.I remember the days I used to party on every independence day and I am not even Ghanaian lol

  5. Government departments usually need their own pennants flying outside office buildings or complexes and the top brass' will have smaller versions on their office desks. Table Flag

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