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‘Love & Hip Hop’ Glam Expert Lists Top Makeup Gems

Chrissy Lampkin

Reality show divas have definitely changed since the genre debuted, and no cast gets more glam than the ladies of VH1’s ‘Love & Hip Hop.’ Throughout the show’s two seasons, fan favorite and former cast member Chrissy Lampkin showed off a gorgeously beat face that made brown girls swoon. Tekoa Hash, glam coordinator for the series, is responsible for the flawless makeup in every episode. The beauty maven gave us a detailed cheat sheet of the top products used on set.

CHRISSY’S GO-TO: Chrissy’s makeup is always flawless. She’s a true brown girl, so you chocolate dolls should be happy to know that Tekoa used Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation on her delicate skin.

STAY GLOSSY: The ladies keep their lips glossed with MAC Lip Conditioner SPF 15, C.O. Bigelow lip glosses, and MAC Lipglass in “Lychee Luxe”.

HANGOVER REMEDY: To cover dark circles and bags on a cast mate who’s had a wild night, Tekoa uses MAKE UP FOR EVER 5 Camouflage Cream Palette. It’s a color corrector that masks all sins.

CONCEAL & GO:  Don’t you just love concealer? The cast wears “Lift Concealer” from MAKE UP FOR EVER.

LASH OUT: When you’re in a rush and need to put on a set of false lashes, Tekoa says to use bonding weave glue, however, her top choice is DUO Eyelash Adhesive. It takes a little longer to apply, so set aside the time.

SET YOUR FACE: To set everyone’s makeup for several hours, Tekoa uses MAC Studio Fix Plus Spray.

BLINK, BABY: To extend lashes, several coats of L’Oreal Voluminous Mascara do the job.

HIGHLIGHT HOW-TO: Though Tekoa says having a great skincare regimen helps the ladies achieve a fabulous glow, she often mixes moisturizer with a little bronzer to highlight skin.

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