Makeup adds to the beauty of every woman, and when applied moderately, it can make a difference in your dressing and overall look. Well, we love makeup, from personal experience and from what I have heard and seen other women do, I think makeup will live for as long as humanity does; or let’s just say that it will live for as long as women live.
Let us look at 5 of the best makeup brands that African women have used; these 5 makeup brands have got the applause from African women to qualify them for a place on this list.
House Of Tara
This Nigerian owned fashion brand goes beyond the borders of Africa; I was surprised to hear some American women telling us how they really love this brand. I asked women in 8 different African countries to share their thoughts on this brand, and I can tell how glad and satisfied they always got whenever they use its products. All its products are non-fussy, they are silky smooth, and they come with long lasting ingredients that give you the chance to use them for as long as you should.
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Finding the right eye and lip pair can be challenging……Yes we know! We also know that makeup should be less stressful and more fun. You should play around with it, try out new things, and experiment with colours. Zaron cosmetics offer a wide variety of eyes and lip colours and we guarantee you will just love them.
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Another South African company sits tightly in the third position, and I can proudly tell you that it’s a big contender for the first and second position. Sorbet is known worldwide for its manicures, pedicures, and skin therapies. It has its base in South Africa, but the whole of Africa benefits from its outstanding products and services.
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Suzie Beauty Cosmetics
It’s owned by award winning Suzie Wokabi, and it has grown to be one of the biggest shots in the African terrain. It produces some of Africa’s best lipsticks, lip glosses, eye shadows, blush, mascara, and brushes. Its products have been tailored for African women and that’s where its pride lies. This brand has made a name for itself in countries like Nigeria, Uganda, Ethiopia, and Cote D’ Ivoire.
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The fifth brand on our list is this Nigerian beauty brand that was started in 2006. This brand has grown over the years, and today, 10 years on, we can call it one of Africa’s best beauty brands. Its products are non-comedogenic and they are perfect for the skin—even skin that’s extremely sensitive. It boasts of a very long list of products including pressed powder, eyeshadow base, loose powder, lipsticks, lip perfect, eye cleaners, eyeliner, brushes and many others.
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Compiled by Glory Adebimitan
So, what do you think? Have you used any of these? Why not share your views on these products and let’s see if you also testify to their quality.