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Caroline Mutoko Launches Her Lipstick Brand ‘I AM’
6 Apr
2019

Caroline Mutoko Launches Her Lipstick Brand ‘I AM’ »

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Former Radio Africa Group’s "Kiss 100 FM " morning presenter Caroline Mutoko has officially joined the fashion beauty space after lunching her new lipstick brand ‘I AM’. Caroline now joins a growing list of international celebrities who have stepped into the cosmetics industry, whether it’s their own or an alliance with a famous brand.

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Makeup Tips for Older Women 50 Years and Over 
3 Apr
2019
Written by Ann Mumbi

Makeup Tips for Older Women 50 Years and Over  »

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Confidence Is Key a dose of confidence is all we really need to let ourselves genuinely shine! Even if you’ve only just started out wearing makeup, wear it boldly and with confidence. Remember, you’re gorgeous either way, so why not flaunt it? David Bowie once said, “Aging is an extraordinary process where you become the person you always should have been.” We couldn’t agree more! Don’t forget to embrace the process.

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Tips for right Concealer for Dark Skin 
20 Mar
2019
Written by Ann Mumbi

Tips for right Concealer for Dark Skin  »

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Don’t forget your skin type while choosing a formula. If you have oily skin, use a mattifying concealer. If your skin is dry, opt for a hydrating formula. Creamy concealers work well on normal skin types.

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Best Concealers For Dark Skin
18 Mar
2019
Written by Ann Mumbi

Best Concealers For Dark Skin »

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To get the most out of your concealer it’s best to use your fingers. This helps heat and melt the concealer into your skin for a more blended and flawless finish. If fingers aren’t you style, apply a small amount of concealer onto the back of your hands, and rub with your small makeup brush or blender to create some warmth before applying.

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Tips On How to Wear Red Lipstick For
14 Aug
2018

Tips On How to Wear Red Lipstick For »

Apply a nourishing lip balm, preferably before you start doing your makeup, so it has enough time to get absorbed into your skin. If your lips are chapped or dry, gently exfoliate them using a wet wipe and buff away any dead skin.

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