I'm not saying that putting on makeup will change the world or even your life, but it can be a first step in learning things about yourself you may never have discovered otherwise. At worst, you could make a big mess and have a good laugh. ― Kevyn Aucoin
I haven’t been this bold in terms of make up ever in life. Most of the time I use lipstick to cover up the different pigments on my lips (tempted to check :), I do a good job at hiding it). So when Zaron cosmetics -Kenya asked for a partnership, I said yes to the challenge but wasn’t exactly sure on what we would do.
The next person to call was Otieno Nyadimo , the photographer.
“Hey Tiger, Zaron is taking us out to play!”
“What kind of games are we looking at?”
“Foundation, lipstick, mascara, eye shadow, lipstick pencil, lip liner, eyebrow definer. “
“How does a high end beauty shoot sound?”
“Sold! Let’s do it.”
Ever been in a moment so unbelievable yet so true?
I come up with 101 excuses on why I can’t do make up. Ranging from being lazy, my eyelashes are too bushy for mascara to there is never the right shade for my dark skin. I am sure that you have your own reasons too. Zaron cosmetics are for the women of color, so it was so easy to play around with their products. Lazy as I am, I am learning how to do what they did because the only other thing that gives me this kind of excitement is food!
Their prices are also relatively pocket friendly, you can check the Facebook page and they have a variety to choose from. Feeling like trying out something excitingly different, why not try out Zaron cosmetics?
Ps: we are still accepting guest writers on the blog
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