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Throw Back Post to my Day with Clinique

Hi Loves! I hope you are having an amazing weekend. Sometime ago, I went to the Nail Studio Victoria Island to pick up some Clinique products, and I eneded up having the time of my life there. Clinique is a high end brand I liked to admire from a distance. It's no secret that their products can be a little bit pricey(I pray one day soon I am able to afford as much Clinique products without batting an eye). However, Clinique products are usually synonymous to quality. 

Kelechi, the makeup artist on duty had a field day checking out new products with me. 
I loved the Black High Impact Mascara (which you can see here)a whole lot! You can check out other Mascara's here 
We got to play around with some concealers, the Clinique Universal Face primer(which until that day I had never tried), and some these lip colours which I selected. I didn't have so much time on my hands that day, so we didn't go through some products. I will definitely be going back to that studio whenever I go back to Lagos.
If you are a girl of colour like me, check out this clinique website that caters to women like us if you live outside Lagos or in South Africa.

Tip: Instead of going to the market to buy fake overly pricey Clinique, you should visit the Nail studio and purchase your products from them. They sell authentic Clinique products at very affordable prices. Nuff said, and back to today's post.

I did my eyebrows myself :) Kelechi tried out my shade of concealer and powder.



 I liked the combination of the Clinique Pop™ Lacquer Lip Colour + Primer in Peace Pop shade with the Sugar/petal pop.


                                             The Masacara I told you guys about earlier.

            To be honest, I wasn't a fan of this second look using the peace pop, and the nude pop shade.


I love this Clinique Pop™ Lacquer Lip Colour + Primer in Sweetheart Pop shade A LOT!


I took pictures of some of the Clinique products they had.

           Summary of some of the products we had fun with.





         More pictures.





You should visit the Nail studio Victoria Island if you are around that axis and need to spoil yourself a little. Say hi to Kelechi for me, tell her Alexandra sent you.



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Post based on Proverbs 16:3. 

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