Whenever she says Funmi come do my makeup, fear from no where will just enter me, knowing that she is a makeup guru n also my boss,that fear of beating her face to her satisfaction. I just prayed a short prayer in my mind I asked for the help of Holy Spirit ,and this is the result,i beat her face to perfection ,she likes her look. Am happy, she is happy, we are happy .thank you Holy Spirit you never fail me. #asbb#phmua#asbbuk
Life is about giving thanks to our creator😇👼,for who we are👤,for what we are👣,and what we do👍,now this may sound simple but it's the first step to been grateful,a grateful heart doesn't compare it fines peace with itself in Everything......
Beads & Asooke by yours faithfully
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So was finally able to edit this after two weeks. It's a bridal inspired look. Thanks to my beautiful muse for her patience. Please forgive the gele I'm not a pro, still developing my skills. I totally enjoyed creating this look.. Eyebrows: Davis eyebrow pencil in 018
Eyes: @juviasplace Nubian 2 palette, @inglot_usa AMC 77 gel liner
Face: @maybelline_belarus baby skin pore primer, @maybelline fit me foundation in cappuccino, @lagirlcosmetics concealer, @inglot_usa makeupfixer, @maybelline face powder @anastasiabeverlyhills glowkit
Lips: davis pencil, @jordana_cosmetics lipstick
Music: Navigation 3.0 @florocka
The Gẹlẹdẹ spectacle of the Yoruba is a public display by colorful masks which combines art and ritual dance to amuse, educate and inspire worship. Gelede celebrates “Mothers” (awon iya wa), a group that includes female ancestors and deities as well as the elderly women of the community, and the power and spiritual capacity these women have in society. However, this power may also be destructive and take the form of witchcraft; therefore, Gelede serves the function of appeasing this power, as well.
The Gelede social agenda rests on the Yoruba maxim Eso l'aye (The world is fragile). In other words, life is delicate and should be lived with caution and with an emphasis on diplomacy, consideration, respect and harmony.
None of the things I've been through has prepared me for what I'm going through right now. Higher level, higher problems. This past week, two of my friends have asked me for advice about being a full time entrepreneur. This is what I told them : if you are not ready to lose it all, and still start again, you're not ready to go through shame, pain, disappointments, abuses and sometimes hot tears at night because you're confused, then you are not ready to be an entrepreneur. Being an entrepreneur looks cool on social media, in pictures and sometimes when people like me, dress up, wear heels, carry handbag and show up at work by 10am. People say "you're so lucky". No one knows how I've not slept all night. You know the best thing about being an entrepreneur? You're laying a Foundation, building a brand from the scratch, a legacy, a name that will live long after you. That's the way i see ìkòkò and Ólekú. I'm building an empire. It's not easy but my children will thank me for it. That's what keeps me going. I do it for them.