All the glitz and the glamour surrounds SA's darling Bonang Matheba. As a celebrity she is constantly in the public eye, with press functions, events and sparkly soirees, this woman knows how to face beat on a serious level!
We love her stylish red carpet outfits and how well she creates the beauty looks that go with them. With designers falling over to dress her this power girl boss has a wardrobe we'd all be envious of. We might not be able to dress just like her but recreating this stylish beauty look is no problem!
1. Flawless skin
We recommend using a silky foundation to create her flawless skin tone, while adding an anti shine powder to keep skin looking matte. This will last you throughout the evening even if you break a sweat dancing.
2. Banging brows
Bonang's brows... as the saying goes they shouldn't be twins but rather sisters. Use Urban Decay's Brow Box to help define your arch and fill in any patchy sections. The highlighter that comes in the Brow Box is perfect to create a little glimmer right along the brow bone. This will help raise your brows and clean any shadow that may be created while filling in. Bonang the queen of sultry eyes always has a standout set of lashes, your options are to have lash extensions done, glue fake ones on for the night or whip out a tube of Estee Lauder Sumptuous and give them a couple coats. The best trick in the book is to use a lash curler before hand. Hold it in place for at least 40 seconds and then add a lick of mascara.
3. Perfect pout
When it comes to nude lips remember to test out various shade on your self, as your skin tone will dictate which nude works best. If your lipstick has a matt effect add a little gloss in the center for that extra volumising pout.
4. Highlight right
Remember to help define your nose by adding a powerful highlighter, we love the Shimmer Brick from Bobbi Brown, as you can use all the shades for different aspects of your face. The most important places to gently brush your sparkle are the middle of your forehead, nose and cheekbones. This palette can also be used to create bronzer definition without contouring.