Make me over

Hla­malani Lee-Anne Mageza feels ex­tra spe­cial thanks to her beauty trans­for­ma­tion.

True Love - - CONTENTS - By TSAKANE NDLOVU

HLA­MALANI LEE-ANNE MAGEZA

Age: 34 Oc­cu­pa­tion: Data Cap­turer and BCom Stu­dent “This makeover was much-needed be­cause I’ve of­ten been mis­taken for a man. I wouldn’t even be shocked when peo­ple called me bhuti. I have short hair, and I like wear­ing caps, baggy jeans and loose T-shirts. I wanted to feel like the beau­ti­ful woman that I am. Thanks to this makeover, I feel brand­new. My con­fi­dence is sky high – I’m ready to take on the world!”

MAKE-UP

“I told Lee-Anne about us­ing con­cealer as the se­cret weapon to hide her blem­ishes. I ap­plied Black Opal foun­da­tion to give her a youth­ful look, with nat­u­ral eye­shadow on her eyes to high­light her brown eyes, and shaped her brows. To com­plete the look, I used a gold bronzer on her cheeks and topped it off with glossy pur­ple lip­stick,” says make-up artist Faith Seuoe.

HAIR

“Lee-Anne is used to the wig life but I de­cided to get her out of her com­fort zone and go for an om­bre colour. I curled it to give it that youth­ful vibe,” says hair­styl­ist Liyanda.

AVROY SHLAIN COLOUR BRONZ­ING PEARLS IN SHIM­MER GOLD R139 EL­IZ­A­BETH AR­DEN SHEER KISS LIP GLOSS R299

Af­ter

ELIE SAAB IN WHITE R890

AVON COLOR TREND IN HOT 29114 R54,90

RIMMEL MAGNIF’EYES EYE­SHADOW PAL­ETTE R189,95

Be­fore

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