What are Lupita Nyong’o Best Makeup and Beauty Secrets?

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Lupita Nyongo

Everybody appreciates Lupita Nyong’o’s lean figure and flawless complexion. She is the darling of 2014 awards show season because of her incredible performance in “12 Years A Slave”. This Kenyan born newcomer has become a fashion diva and people want to imitate her fearless beauty choices. Her blue and purple eye makeup at the SAG awards of 2014 and her vampy lip color at Gotham Independent Film Awards of 2013 is an inspiration and she has become the most desirable woman for on every red carpet event.

This nominee of “12 Years A Slave” looked gorgeous in her bold eye makeup and she carried her gold and turquoise gown with élan. The most exciting thing about the gown was the floral embroidered straps. She accented her look with a pair of antique gold and citrine earrings. A ’50s gold flower bouquet ring from Fred Leighton did a fair justice to her look.

Lupita Nyongo Look

Nyong’o says in the March 2014 issue of glamor that she loves color and enjoys trying all types of shades. Nick Barose who is inspired by her complexion chooses bright colors to enhance* her features and he knows it well how to deal with all this when such a pretty lady is in front of him.

Nyong’o also shared her beauty secrets. She takes an all-natural approach to keep her skin hydrated and free of blemishes. She loves using natural oils, especially avocado oil and Hawaiian kukui oil for her face. She is so simple, natural and straightforward.

Her famous crop top hairstyle over a decade ago and the decision to chop it off was spur of the moment. She admits that she cut all her hair at the age of 19. She was fed up of going to salon every week. On a whim it was off, it’s low maintenance.

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