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On this episode of Namely: Beauty schoolcelebrity to put on makeup artist and animator, Kirin Bhatty (@kirinstagram), shares his favorite products made by BIPOC beauty brands. From foundation to lip kits, Bhatty’s must-have products owned by BIPOC create a complete look that’s super easy and super wearable! If you are aware consumer who are looking to buy with a purpose, check out these stellar brands owned by BIPOC.
Bhatty kicks off with the foundation, recommending the Tower 28 Tinted Sunscreen Foundation SPF 30 SunnyDays. The foundation, which Bhatty herself helped develop, comes in “super inclusive” shades. Using a brush and blender combo, Bhatty applies the foundation to the model’s face, starting in the center and blending outward.
Once the foundation is applied, Bhatty adds a few Setting powder Orcé Cosmetics, before moving on to eyeshadow. Bhatty opts for the Juvia’s Place The Nubian Eyeshadow Palette, which consists of several “magnificent tones”. Bhatty creates a wash on the model’s eyelid by picking up some color and brushing it back and forth.
With the eyeshadow in place, it’s time to tackle the cheeks! Bhatty reaches for the Cheekbone Beauty Sustain Cheekbone Classics Palette and uses a brush to make the model’s cheeks “beautiful and flushed”. The host adds a “nice, soft outline” using a combination of colors and blushes from the apples of the cheek to the hairline.
Bhatty completes her routine with the CTZN Cosmetics Custom Nude Lip Kit, which is one of the “most valuable” products of makeup artists. The lip kit includes nudes for multiple skin tones, and when Bhatty applies it to the model’s lips, it adds a perfectly subtle pop of color.
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