The cat-eye

Women's Health (South Africa) - - IN YOUR 20S, ZONE IN ON... IN YOUR 30S, ZONE IN ON -

“I started play­ing with make-up last year. I never used to wear make-up at all – the only thing I used to wear was mas­cara. I started mainly be­cause I was on cam­era and learnt from make-up artists. The mo­ment I started, I didn’t look back. I started with a good foun­da­tion and then it moved to a nude lip. I don’t play around with a lot of colour, but be­cause I do a lot of shoots, they push me a bit – that’s why I’m open to a lot of looks; but just slowly. My no-no in terms of makeup is too much make-up. I don’t like to look like ‘wooow, she’s got on make-up’. I love the cat­eye. I haven’t mas­tered the skill, but I’m brave and pen­cil in one line. I don’t al­ways use a black liner, I use a brown one too – just so it lifts the eye. And I like a flushed cheek to go with my cat-eye. Make-up doesn’t give me con­fi­dence – it just adds to my con­fi­dence.” Michelle Mos­alakae, 23, ac­tress and Revlon am­bas­sador

Make-up doesn’t give me con­fi­dence – it just adds to my con­fi­dence.

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