Nallah B. Sangaré is an International beauty expert and celebrity makeup artist. Her journey started over 10 years ago in Paris, France as a self-made makeup artist. She soon got hired by one of the biggest makeup brands MAC. There she has worked for 8 years. From France to the African continent, she has worked with MAC as a regional trainer in six countries across the continent. She is now in Kenya to share her knowledge on all things beauty.
Nallah is passionate about beauty and Africa. She clearly portrays this in the stunning bold and creative makeup looks that she creates. She is inspired by the endless beauties that she is fortunate to work on, the colors of nature and the ever changing trends. “I also created my own concept called Afropointilism. It is inspired by our ancestral tribal makeup revisited in a more modern way.”
If you are a makeup and beauty lover like I am, you are probably geek-ing out right now as this will be a great opportunity to learn from an expert. She is excited to share her experience with the Kenyan audience “I’m so excited!!! I can’t wait to share my makeup experience and tips with my Kenyan audience!!! It is a very special moment for me that I can guarantee it will be full of fun and good vibes and this is the first of many!”
Makeup Master Class
You now have an opportunity to meet Nallah at The Makeup Master Class that she will be hosting courtesy of Lintons College of Beauty. The makeup master class will be on the 24th of November 2017 at the Lintons College of Beauty located on 2nd floor Kenrail Towers from 4:00 P.M to 7:00 P.M. Charges are Ks 5,000 only. Among the things you will learn include: Eye Brow Technique, prep and priming the skin, contouring and highlighting, day to night glam looks and a question and answer session. Attendees will also receive a gift hamper courtesy of Lintons College of Beauty and a certificate of participation.
As to what else you should expect? Nallah promises this to be a fun-filled event. One will get to learn helpful tips and techniques that she has gathered from years of experience. This is an event that will be beneficial to both upcoming and established makeup artists or anyone interested in the beauty industry.
Her advice to makeup artists and creatives in the beauty industry: both upcoming and established? “Believe in your art and be humble. Makeup is as serious as a science, but more fun as we play with colors and textures on some real 3D canvas. So take it seriously but have fun while doing it. This is how I do it!”