Beauty looks we are loving from the Black is King album

August 07, 2020

Beauty looks we are loving from the Black is King album

Beyoncé's go-to makeup artist, ​Sir John and Rokael Lizama​ topped it all off with stunning makeup that highlights and celebrates Black African beauty in such an excellent way.

We loved every single look from this album, but here are some looks you can recreate using your bossy lipsticks. 

Look 1; Pink Hues

Apply Bravery from the Power Woman Essentials Collections and use the Bossy Cosmetics signature pink gloss in Pop to finish up this sultry pink lips look.

Look 2; Creamy Brown

For this creamy brown look, outline your lip with our velvety lip liner in Posh followed by our pigmented lip gloss in Nougat

Look 3; Glossy Nude

The Glossy Nude look was such an effortless glossy look that is perfect for your everyday look. Apply our velvety lip liner in Babe all over your lips and follow with a good amount of our Lip gloss in Blush before smacking your lips to achieve the perfect glossy nude lip.

 

 



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