Makeup Artist Transforms Face Of Lady With Black Patches, Looks Amazing: "Cover Face Like Lagbaja"

Makeup Artist Transforms Face Of Lady With Black Patches, Looks Amazing: "Cover Face Like Lagbaja"

  • A makeup artist made a stunning impression in the minds of netizens after she shared one of her recent works
  • She transformed the face of her client, who had black patches, and showed off the process she followed to achieve her result
  • Some social media users argued that the makeup artist used a filter and it was not possible to attain such total transformation on her client

Social media users could not contain their reactions as a makeup artist flaunted how she transformed one of her clients' faces.

A lady shows off her makeup face
A makeup artist displays the transformation process of one of her clients. Image credit: @raynaglam123
Source: UGC

In a video, the makeup artist (@raynaglam123 on Instagram) showed the face of a lady with an obvious black patch covering several areas.

She began working by applying a liquid substance to clean her face before adding different shades of powder.

The lady's eyebrow was also drawn to perfection while her lips had lipstick applied on them. She added artificial eyelashes to spice up her beauty.

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Her black lace frontal hairstyle did justice to her looks but some netizens faulted the video. They noted that the makeup artist used a filter which gave her job a false representation of its results.

Watch the lady's makeup video below:

Reactions to makeup transformation

Some social media users have reacted to the lady's makeup transformation. See some of the comments below:


"At a point, she turned on the filter... what is the point of doing makeup if you will use a filter?"


"There's a filter. But for the most part, it's the false lash choice that's the problem. Her hooded eyes made those lashes look like canopies from an Ijebu ode party."


"Maybe they should post without a filter next time. Or they don’t trust their work too?"

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"Na who you dey deceive. You use normal camera and shot in a very close range before her makeup, you put foundation come dey use filter to shoot."


"I would’ve love to see this without the filter."


"Cover face like lagbaja."


"And they will still use that foam for another person."


"The process was hard to watch."


"Screaming too much edit."

Bride's makeup transformation leaves netizens awestruck earlier reported that a bride became the centre of discussion among netizens after her makeup artist gave her a gorgeous look on her wedding day.

In a video posted online, the ebony lady displayed her natural face as her makeup artist began work on it.

The products were applied to her face in a step-by-step process, which highlighted her beauty.


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