You have perfect eyes. To add a highlighting effect, use loose powder that is a shade lighter than your own complexion. – Rukiya Jeffers, The Beauty Tip Guru
Beauty Tip: Loose Powder Cleans up Eye Shadow
Fashion Week beauty prep to stay pretty all day long…
Looking for a time saving tip to keep your makeup fresh and fabulous for Fashion Week?
Use a generous amount of loose powder under your eyes before applying your eye shadow. Now you don’t have to worry about your eye shadow sprinkling under your eyes and becoming messy when you try to clean it up when you apply eye shadow.
The trick is that the shadow will fall right on top of the loose powder and when you have finished applying your eye makeup, you will see that when you lightly dust away the loose powder, the excess shadow dusts right off with the powder without a mess.
Aabebibeauty–Makeup Artist and esthetician, Rukiya Jeffers has a passion for beauty. The former teacher has gone on to do makeup for music videos for those such as 50cent and Rick Ross. She is also is the personal makeup artist of celebrity blogger, Micah Jesse, as well as Autumn Joi from Thisis50.com. Rukiya has done makeup for media personalities such as Dr. Legs, country singer Rachel Allyn, Erica of the Sleepy Rebels and, handbag designer, Zara Terez. A large part of her expertise consists of turning brides into beautiful princesses on their wedding day. Rukiya has worked on several photoshoots with top photographers such as Jerritt Clark, David Leeds, and Ally Zarin. Keep an eye out for Rukiya: She appears on two episodes of the new reality show, ‘NYC Prep’ doing Kelli Brooke’s makeup. She has been featured on The Tesla Group’s lifestyle blog as well as the Chic Pro section of CocoaChic.com Rukiya says that her favorite part about what she does is that she is able to bring out the beauty of her client’s personality through makeup. She gives back by donating her services to charity events and community service programs. Visit abebibeauty.com for more about Rukiya.