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5 African Makeup Artists Behind Our Favourite Face Beats.

African makeup artists have come a long way with their work. And as any woman will tell you, a flawless beat is expected when you are paying quality money to get your makeup professionally done.

We have chosen these 5 African makeup artists to shine the spotlight on because they have remained consistent in giving us the flawless makeup beat we so crave in our makeup looks.

Without much ado, here are the 5 African makeup artists behind some of our best flawless beats so far in 2019.

1. Olajide Okerayi

Our first makeup artist is a Nigerian male by the Instagram name Jideofstola. His work is extremely flawless, so flawless that he is the go-to for a lot of celebrities. 

Some of his works

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2.  Valerie Lawson

This Ghanaian award-winning makeup artist continuously gives us flawless looks with every look. In 2017, she won makeup artist of the year, in 2018, she won best bridal makeup artist and makeup artist of the year by glitz mag. Her work is perfection, and we are excited to see her constant creativity flow this year.

Some of her works include

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3. Muthoni Njoba

With over five years in the industry, Muthoni has been recognized by makeup houses internationally as one of the biggest artists in Nairobi. She is also the official brand ambassador for Maybelline New York Kenya.

Some of her works include

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4. Precious Xaba

This is one of South African’s most known makeup artist. She has been known for her work with influencers like Loot Love, Blue Mbombo and Zola Nombona.

Some of her works include

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5.  Bebe Omagbemi

Finally, we have Bebe, a personal favourite of ours. Going by the Instagram name bibiyonce, her makeup looks are very unique and different. There is always something that draws you into her makeup looks. The flawless bibiyonce touch is undeniable, you see it and instantly know it.

Some of her works include

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