British-Ghanaian runway goddess and human-right activist, Adwoa Aboah is bending every single rule there’s in the makeup world because she first got to know her skin.
She walked Vogue through her daily makeup routine using specific products such as Dr. Barbara Sturm Enzyme Cleanser to wash her face and applies Sturm’s Glow Drops oil to keep her facial glow in its natural state. She spoke about how Knowing the kind of skin you have can be beneficial regarding the application of makeup and how to keep it healthy.
After using the two products mentioned above, Adwoa continued with Glossier Cloud Paint on her cheek before moving to her brows where she used Revlon ColorStay Brow Pencil for consistency in her dark eyebrows and then finishing off her look with Highliner Gel Eye Crayon Eyeliner and Charlotte Tilbury’s multitasking Beach Stick.
Watch Adwoa Aboah bending the makeup rules for her own glow below.
If Adwoa Aboah knows her skin this well to give her an idea what to use for her glow, this should motivate you to start spending quality time researching and getting to know yours.
The quickest and safest way to do this without a risky trial and error? Visit your local dermatologist to do a full analyses on the make-up of your skin. You’d be surprised what little things that you do, could be bad for you!
Have you figured out your skin? Let us know some of your tips on how to get to know your skin!
Video Source: vogue
Image Source: AdwoaAboah