Beauty Tips by Shinata Shangha: Perfect Make-up for Pageants
Today we are releasing a special post for all those girls who have followed us and are aspiring to be future Miss Universe, Miss World etc. We invited a Pageant Expert to help the girls by giving them important tips for Beauty Pageant. She is none other than Shinata Shangha. Shinata Sangha is a former Beauty Queen, Showgirl and Model from England. This is what Shinata said when we asked to be one of Special Authors for the article.
“It gives me privilege to be contributing and sharing my make-up and beauty tips with Beauty Queens; be it Past, Present, Future or Aspiring, with The Great Pageant Community, a great and informative online pageant portal for everything you need to know about Beauty Pageants. I have been an active follower of this elite pageant portal from it’s beginning”
Shinata is having the expertise and experience in make-up artistry from working as a make-up artist for M.A.C Cosmetics (2007=2008). Being a Make-up and Beauty Editor for Transliving Lifestyle International Magazine since 2012, as well as previously having her own Q and A Beauty column in Brit Asian Magazine, Shinata wanted to share her tips and advice with others.
This is what Shinata has to say when it comes to make-up during pageant (Or even when you are not into pageant).
“I have seen so many new products, charging bomb, over the years but there are some definitely worth investing in to get the best results. I am always asked what make-up brand, cosmetic shades and colours I recommend for Beauty Queens. Though I can go on and on about this because I simply love make-up, I will start off with my top 2 favourite blush colours. I am posting the picture of the products to so you can see the shade! I know you will love them as much as I do.
The 2 make-up brands I recommend for blush is MAC and NARS! I am a huge fan of Nars and MAC blushes and have several in my make-up bag. I find their shades are very natural and build-able to the desired level of intensity. Both the brands have various formulas to help create different looks, from a matte finish to a shimmer glow. The quality, sheen and pigments in their blushers really stand out; especially on our dark, dusky, tanned skin and you can build up the shade for more intensity if desired! For South Asian skin, I like soft coral pastel, peachy baby pink shades as I feel they don’t look too harsh on our skin! The following shades are a must have for anyone’s make-up kit:
NARS – Taj Mahal
NARS – Gina
NARS – Amour
MAC – Modern Mandarin
MAC – Dolly Mix
Lots of love