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Nigerian Beauty Blogger | Lipstick Swatches and Tryouts by Lily of Nigeria

Quote of the day: For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end it shall speak, and not lie: though it tarry, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry.- Habakkuk 2:3.


Hello my lovelies! It's been a minute since I've been here. A lot has been going on with me. A lot of wonderful things which I'm VERY grateful for. On Instagram here I teased a bit on what's been going on. My YouTube channel is up and running. We have hit, and surpassed the 100 subscriber benchmark ya'll! Thank you so much. 

If you haven't subscribed yet, you can still do that by clicking the video in this post. My videos are on beauty, lifestyle and fashion. I try to keep them short (for now) and straight to the point. I'll start vlogging soon. For now, I use my Samsung Galaxy to film and edit until I can get a pro camera of any kind.


In the above video, I tried out several lipsticks. The full details of the products are embedded in the video. What do you think of my editing skills? Any tips?


What kind of videos will you be interested in seeing in the future? Comment your thoughts below.

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Alexandra.

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