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UOMA Beauty Tutorial

UOMA Beauty Tutorial

UOMA Beauty Tutorial

I’m excited to be bringing you my Uoma Beauty Tutorial & Mini Reviews. This is a mostly one brand tutorial with the new to Ulta brand Uoma Beauty. The name Uoma means beautiful in Igbo, the native language of South Eastern Nigeria. I recently ordered all of this stuff from Ulta.

About UOMA Beauty
At UOMA we are an empowered tribe. Our race is human, our people are free, our language is color. All are welcome to our beautiful tribe.

Founded by Nigerian born, LA & London based former beauty executive Sharon Chuter, the UOMA Beauty range is rebellious, innovative and created for all.

Uoma Beauty is a cruelty-free brand with many vegan offerings.

UOMA Beauty Tutorial Video

Uoma Beauty Tutorial & Mini Reviews

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UOMA Beauty Look

Uoma Beauty Savage Palette Tutorial on Hooded Eyes

Uoma Beauty Black Magic Metallic Shine Lipstick in On Fire swatches on very fair skin

Uoma Beauty On Fire Lipstick swatched on very fair skin

Uoma Beauty Black Magic Metallic Shine Lipstick in On Fire swatches on very fair skin

Courtney is wearing UOMA Beauty Uoma Beauty Say What?! Foundation White Pearl T1C for very fair complexions Uoma Beauty Savage Black Magic Color Palette Tutorial

Fashion
Bunny Paige Spiked Phyrra Heart Necklace
Enso Rings – Mermaid, Black Pearl, Diamond – save 20% with code PHYRRA
Marste Barcelona Jersey in Mystique (PR) – save 10% with code PHYRRA

Eyes
Urban Decay Sin Primer Potion
Cozzette Beauty Essential Powder in C1
Uoma Beauty Savage Black Magic Color Palette
Pixi BlackBlue pencil
Milk Makeup Kush Brow Gel in Diesel

Face
Paula’s Choice SPF 30 Serum Primer (PR)
Uoma Beauty Say What?! Foundation in White Pearl T1C
Milani Rosa Romantica blush
Saucebox Champagne Bomb highlight

Lips
Uoma Beauty On Fire lipstick
Wet n Wild Red the Scene pencil

Finally a beauty brand creates a foundation based off of the Fitzpatrick scale! (Do you know the Fitzpatrick scale?)  Uoma Beauty’s Say What?! foundation is broken into 6 categories based off of the Fitzpatrick scale. I’m a 1 on the Fitzpatrick scale (I burn like crazy and can’t tan), so that puts me into the White Pearl category. Within that category I selected T1C (the fair cool shade) instead of T1N (the fair neutral shade). The foundation looks like a good match to my neck, chest and hands. I need to do a wear test on it (and so many others!)

What I love about the Uoma Beauty Black Magic Metallic lipstick is that it has a high shine finish. It’s almost like a gloss is built in. So gorgeous!

The Uoma Beauty Black Magic Savage Color Palette is beautiful. The foil finish eyeshadows make this palette amazing. I sort of wish they’d done half the palette in foil formula.

What do you think of Uoma Beauty?

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  • I had never heard of this brand before today, but wow, do I want to try them now. I love the look you created! Also, thanks for the tip on the Fitzpatrick scale!

  • I haven’t heard of this brand but will looking into them. I am also interested in finding out what the Fitzpatrick scale is. Love the look you created.

  • I learn something new every time I read/watch one of your postings.

    “foundation is broken into 6 categories based off of the Fitzpatrick scale”

    Never heard of it but I will be doing some searching and learning more 🙂

  • i have never heard of this brand, i cant believe your eye make up. when i younger and wore lots of eye makeup for parties, dates, special occasions but the end of the night my felt so heavy. i could not wait to take off my eye make up. i cant believe your make up and as well as your nails, you must spend lots of time but then this is your business. i would never have the time to do all of this, however, you do look great and do a fantastic job.

  • I’ve never heard of this brand, but it looks pretty promising. I’d never heard of the Fitzpatrick Scale before. I suppose I’m a Type II: My arms will tan slightly and my face will get a little color if I get lazy about my sunscreen. Mostly I burn and peel back to white if I don’t stay covered and use sunscreen.

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