Sunday, 27 April 2014

MARY KAY BODY SPRAY FOR MEN

ABOUT KING'S DAY IN THE NETHERLANDS


I had an amazing time celebrating Kings day with my family in The Netherlands!

We went to Veere in Zeeland and had awesome meal!!
King's Day (formerly Queen's Day) festivities invite locals and visitors alike to soak up Amsterdam's open-air fun. In the streets, canals, parks and everywhere in between, the city is bursting with orange as Amsterdammers enjoy the biggest street party of the year. Amidst orange-pride, live music, DJs, parties and a citywide street market, you'll find an electric atmosphere not to be missed. In 2014, King's Day was celebrated on Saturday, 26 April 2014.

History of King’s Day (and Queen’s Day)

Amsterdam  celebrated King’s Day (Koningsdag) for the first time in 2014, after the inauguration of King Willem-Alexander on 30 April 2013 (what was then still Queen’s Day).
The royal celebrations were first held on 31 August 1885 in honour of the birth of Queen Wilhelmina, and the Queen’s Day (Koninginnedag) tradition was born. After Wilhelmina’s daughter (Juliana) succeeded to the throne in 1949, the day was changed to 30 April in accordance with the new Queen's birthday. 

King’s Day: 26 April 2014


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Queen Máxima has her butt grabbed by Fred de Graaf during Koningsdag 2014


KINGS DAY IN THE NETHERLANDS

Holland's Next Top Model S3 E2 P2

GOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR BEAUTIFUL DARK SKIN

Miss Nigeria 2013 Reality Show (Episode 1)

Saturday, 26 April 2014





MY HAPPY BIRTHDAY LOOKBOOK!!


I am super excited to be celebrating my birthday today 26th of April 2014 today!!

The King of The Netherlands is also celebrating his birthday today!!

This is my lovely outfit today!

I hope you like it!!

I wish all the April babies Happy birthday and lots of fun!!

xxx

Ekene












HAPPY BIRTHDAY OUTFIT!!!

Friday, 25 April 2014



EKENE PATIENCE
MODEL AND A MAKE-UP ARTIST

First, a note to all makeup artists (MUAs): Please do not get upset about this article or make false conclusions before reading.  This article is not intended to put you out of business–not at all!  I am a MUA myself (and a model) and I know, like almost all models and photographers do, that having a good MUA is very necessary in this business.  Sometimes having a great MUA, like in beauty-pictures, is even the key to creating a good picture!
I did not write this article to underestimate the very important role of MUAs in photo shoots.
I have been modeing more than 10 years now, I did a make make-up doing my photo sessions!!
Putting on make-up is something a woman (usually) does hundreds of times in her life.  Like with all routines, it is easy to get stuck.  Maybe on a special occasion, such as a party or wedding, we try something different, but most of the time, we wear the same simple make up styles day after day.
To create an impressive portfolio, it’s wise to include pictures with a variety of make-up styles. So when there is no MUA around, you should not only leave your routine make-up style at home and try something else, but follow these rules for photo shoot makeup, even though they may be against your own “routine” feelings.
1.  Use a quality foundation. No shining!  A shiny face is okay on a holiday-picture, but not in the modeling world!  Make sure your foundation covers up all redness and uneven skin tones. After your foundation is applied, use powder all over (and in between shoots, as well). Have a powder brush and a good powder close by during shoots; make powder your best friend.

2.  Don’t forget to apply concealer under your eyes—it melts some years away (and don’t we all want that?). Always make sure your eye-concealer is lighter than your foundation because it needs to cover the darker skin under the eyes. First, make yourself look like a panda-bear and then blend in the concealer with your pinky-finger.

3.  Consider the type of shoot before applying eyeshadow.  For example, a black and white shoot needs good brown and grey tones (not too shiny) because, after all, color doesn’t make sense.  Also, try to focus on the clothing style, the setting, your own eye-color and the theme of the shoot.  A glamour or fashion shoot needs a completly different color spectrum than a natural or casting-picture shoot.

I have done photoshoots with more than two hundred photographers in Africa and Europe.

I am very passionate about make-up, modelling and everything revolving around beauty!

I have these tips were helpful!

Good luck and best wishes

Ekene

www.fabulousbeauties.nl