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Belles in the Forest! Presenting the Spring/Summer 2014 Collection by Tai Adeboye

Belles in the Forest! Presenting the Spring/Summer 2014 Collection by Tai Adeboyeku

Presenting the new Spring/Summer 2014 collection from eponymous Nigerian design label – Tai Adeboyeku.

The collection is hitting all the right fashion notes for the classy and edgy fashionista. Featuring clean cut silhouettes on A-line dresses, streamlined & tailored trousers, asymmetrical cut outs, dresses with embroidered detail and tulle fabric skirts, the pieces are represent the formal side of Spring.

According to the designer, the collection was inspired by the romantic period. “A woman should feel innocent but also be romantic. I am a huge fan of Jane Austen novels and I always wanted my work to reflect on the novels I’ve read, especially Pride and Prejudice.

The picture of the movies inspired me with a color palette for this spring 2014 collection – soft, calm and romantic. Since I am of Nigerian decent, I wanted to incorporate the fabric of my heritage in this collection. Each piece has it’s own story. The looks that have a victorian embroidered detail, symbolize the curves of a modern woman and how it makes the woman feel, which is very powerful but yet innocent and romantic.

Overall I can call this spring 2014 collection a romantic novel and each look is its own chapter”.

Well said Tai. Check out the collection

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Posted by on November 19, 2013 in Uncategorized





My name is Roseline and I am a freelance makeup artist, working independently. Trained by Labella Beauty Couture practicing and not being afraid to
Walk out with bold and bright makeup looks! My passion is being able to enhance natural beauty and bring out the features of those who let me use their face as my canvas. Makeup is truly an art form and there are many things I pull my inspirations from .

As much as I have a passion for makeup, I also have passion for fashion designing, I got trained at Zaris Fashion & style Academy and Mon Ami Couture on how to construct Pattern Drafting, human Figure, Designing and Sewing. I will be blogging about Beauty and Fashion under the following categories:
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Posted by on October 6, 2013 in Uncategorized




UK based Ghanaian Design Label Sika Designs presents its “Candy Collection”

We bring to you the new collection by UK based Ghanaian designer Sika Designs – “Candy Collection”.

The yummy collection features bright pieces in tie and dye, batik and wax print. With cute peplum & sun dresses with high and plunging neck lines, the designer incorporated his ethos of using bold prints with the trend and style of London’s urban chic, into the collection.

Personally I’ve got my eye on the Bubble Gum dress . What do you think of the collection?

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Posted by on August 30, 2013 in Uncategorized


Check out Tips on Picking the Right Foundation for a Flawless Complexion

Gals! Imagine it’s another beautiful day and you are just about to get ready for your day out. You’re all dressed and then you realize your foundation is empty. Time to get a new one right?

Now, before you go makeup shopping, there are a few things you need to verify. Your right shade, what formula would be best for your skin and if you need to buy anything extra for its application. As usual, BN Beauty has got your back. So, here are a few tips to help make that tricky foundation selection process easier.

Identifying your skin type
To check for your skin type, first use a cleanser to wipe off any dirt or grime that may have resided on your skin. This is so the dirt does not alter the appearance of the foundation when you try it out.

Don’t know what skin type you are? Don’t worry, it happens. Here are a few indicators to help out.

If your skin is…

– Tight, uncomfortable & sensitive – You have dry skin
– Neither tight nor shiny – You have normal skin
– Shiny down the centre – You have combination skin
– Shiny all over and blemish prone – You have oily skin

Finding the Right Formula for you

Dry skin: Go for foundations that are creamy or have creamier bases.
Normal skin: This is very liberal and you can try any formula you want as long as you are not allergic to any of its components.
Combination skin: Try lightweight formulas for a comfortable and natural finish.
Oily skin: Stay away from thick foundations. This would clog up your skin combined with your oily skin.

Selecting your shade
– Always shop for foundations on a sunny day. This way you have the harshest light to work with.
– Try a couple of matches under your check and above your jawline.
– Use a compact mirror; and check the comparison of the foundation against your skin outside in the natural light.
– Sometimes your skin changes with different seasons. In the sunny season your tone is warmer and in the harmattan it is a little bit cold. Try getting two foundations for when the seasons and your tones change.

Application using 3 Tools

Beauty Sponge: If you are using a beauty sponge then apply an amount of foundation on its surface. Press the sponge against your skin and roll it slightly in small strokes. This is great for full coverage.

Brush: Use the brush to apply a light coat on your skin. Be sure to make it as even as possible and even use it to spread them out. Then brush in the foundation making sure not to leave any harsh lines. If you use a flat brush, then you may have to be extra careful because they are more prone to leaving harsh lines of foundation on your face.

If you are using a fluffy brush, then be sure to get an even distribution on your face for a more covered look.

Fingers: Use clean fingers to smoothly apply foundation on your skin starting from your forehead down to the rest of your face. It is better to use at least 4 fingers to get a better distribution of foundation. This technique allows you concentrate on problem areas.

There you have it. Some great tips to help you find the right foundation and tools to get a flawless finish. Don’t forget that there are many other tips to finding foundation. If you have any tips that we may find helpful please share. Have a beautiful day

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Posted by on August 27, 2013 in Uncategorized



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