Simple Statement Makeup Look – Jumia Kenya

Hello lovely beings!

I recently received some amazing products from the lovely people at Jumia Kenya and I must admit that creating this post for you all was not only fun but also very insightful. With the help of Makeup artist Sharon Were of #ShazMakeup, we came up with a ‘Simple eye and Bold lip’ look which can be worn on any occasion.

I absolutely love being put for makeup because it makes you feel like you are being transformed into a cooler and more fabulous version of yourself… Yes we are all beautiful and wonderfully made, but if wishes were horses wouldn’t we all be born with perfect skin, rosy cheeks, longer lashes and matte red lips? I know I would definitely jump on that wish horse!! No diggity no doubt yo!

Wearing makeup everyday is definitely not recommended but we will show you how to rock a simple statement look for those days you choose to indulge.

Here is what Sharon used to create this look…



Step 1: Flawless Skin (Products Courtesy of Jumia Kenya)


Black Opal Creme Foundation Stick in ‘Suede Mocha’ / Suzie Beauty Loose Powder in SB60 / Sleek Makeup Blush in ‘Sunrise’

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Step 2: Simple Eyes

Maybelline New York ‘The Colossal Kajal’ / Maybelline New York ‘The Falsies Volum’ Express Waterproof Mascara / Sleek Makeup Eyebrow Pencil in ‘Brown 191’ / Flori Roberts Charcoal Brow Powder / Flori Roberts Quartet Eyeshadow



Step 3: Bold Lips

Flori Roberts Mineral base Lipshine in ‘Magenta’ / Nouba Millebaci no. 7 / Maybelline New York Baby Lips / Flori Roberts Lip Pencil in ‘Intense Berry’


Yes! You just witnessed the transformation!

p.s I found a sunflower after my makeup session. You know a girl had to weeerrrkkk!!

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Check out more of Sharon’s work using the Hashtag #shazmakeup on Instagram

Thank you once again for reading…

Bless you.

Posted byLyra Aoko

3 thoughts on “Simple Statement Makeup Look – Jumia Kenya”

  1. Hey, I know it’s ages from when you did this post but what did you think about the foundation stick? Did it wear well? Did it oxidize? Did you have to touch up and if so, how much?

    I’m thinking about buying Black Opal and it’s between the stick foundation and the cream to powder, and I want to know how your opinion on the stick foundation to help with my decision.

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