Zaron products – face

Hi lovelies! Most of you must have known from my previous posts about zaron that i am a zaron distributor. Over the couple of weeks, i have had to entertain series of questions about the products and this, therefore prompted the need to talk extensively about the products ie its function, composition and application (where necessary). 

Today i’d be talking about the zaron “face” products. These are the products that are used on the face and they are powder (mattifying compact and loose), foundation, concealer, hyperblush, face primer, face definer, perfect finish, finishing powder and face palette.


Powder

Mattifying  compact


Zaron mattifying compact powder @ 3500NGN

The Zaron mattifying compact powder is an oil free, light weight powder. It contains SPF30 (sun protecting factor) which helps to protect the skin from the harmful ray of sun. It blots out oily shine and gives it a matte finishing look. Its available in eleven (11) shades. ZZ10ZZ50, ZZ60 and ZZ65.


Loose powder


Zaron loose powder @ 2500NGN

The Zaron loose powder is an oil free, light weight powder which contains SPF30. It sets the make up, soften the skin colours and makes the skin soft. It also gives the face full sheer coverage  and makes the skin look natural. Its available in five(5) shades LZ05LZ25.


Foundation

Zaron perfect blend cream to powder @ 3500NGN

The Zaron foundation is known as perfect blend cream to powder foundation. It is an oil-free formula applied to the face to create an even and uniform skin tone and it gives the appearance of a flawless skin. It also gives a perfect full coverage. It contains SPF30. Its available in nine (9) shades, MZ10  MZ50. 

Application: Apply either with a sponge, brush or finger tips, then blend evenly to achieve an even and uniform tones. 


Concealer 


Zaron concealer @ 1700NGN

The Zaron concealer is a cream based concealer which gives a maximum coverage and conceals all spots and blemishes. It is a perfect concealer for the eye brow. It comes in a very attractive package – a retractable tube. It is available in five (5) shades, NZ05 – NZ25. 


Hyper – blush


Zaron hyper – blush @ 2200NGN

The Zaron hyper – blush is an highly pigmented and intense blush colour that adds natural colour to the face. It brightens the face in the most desirable way. It is matte, oil free, longlasting and provides a radiant blush of colour to accentuate the face naturally. It is available in four (4) shades mudfest, electric crush, rose charm and siren. 


Face primer 

Zaron face primer @ 3500NGN

The Zaron face primer is an oil free, clear, gel like, odourless make up base. It refines the skin, makes it flawless and gives the face a silky feel. It allows make up to glide on the face really well, increases its longevity (helps it last longer) and prevents foundation from looking cakey. It also helps to even out skin tone and it is used by all skin shades.


Face definer 

Zaron face definer @ 3500NGN

The Zaron face definer is a special combination of highlight, contour and bronzing powder. It is made of 3 palette which contains a matte highlight, matte contour and a shimmery bronzer. All the three parts are highly pigmented. It is available in four (4) shades, PZ05 – PZ20.


Perfect finish   


Zaron perfect finish @ 3500NGN

The Zaron perfect finish is an instant moisturizing and relaxing mist that freshens and treats the skin with its ultra fine micro droplets. It is a light weight spray, comfortable and sets all types of make up. It is designed to set the make up to perfection and aid longevity for much needed all day wear even under extreme weather conditions like heat and humidity.

Application:

  • Apply over foundation or finished make up
  • Spray lightly 12 – 16 inches away from the face with eyes closed
  • Allow to dry.
  • Can be worn before or after make up.


Finishing powder 


Zaron finishing powder @ 3500NGN

The Zaron compact finishing powder is a light weight, matte, silky and transluscent finishing powder. It is easy to apply, controls shine (perfect as a blotting powder) and suitable for all skin types. This ‘one shade fits all’ powder brightens the face, minimises the appearance of large pores and fine lines giving the face a perfect finish.


Face palette


Zaron face palette @ 20000NGN

The Zaron face palette is made up of sixteen (16) palettes which is a combination of nine (9) shades of mattifying compact powder and seven (7) shades of perfect blend cream to powder. It contains SPF30. It is a very useful tool for make up artist and it gives a flawless look when used.
There you have it! When next, i will be talking about the Zaron ‘eyes’ products. All these products and more are available for grabs. Call/whatsapp 08094212253 or bbm 7B66290C to place your order and it will be delivered at your doorstep.

NB: delivery aint free. Delivery within Lagos is payment on delivery while delivery outside Lagos is payment before delivery.

Thanks for stopping by.

Sincerely yours, 

Kristeena.

How to style the jacket – the corporate look

Jacket is one piece of clothing that is a must-have for everyone. It has been helping humanity since 1900 😂 . It could be styled either in the casual look or in the corporate look. 

For today’s post, i chose to style it in the corporate look. I love this peach jacket so much! Got it from Eko (Lagos island). I like to do most my shopping in Eko cos there,  you will get varieties. This peach jacket is very affordable. Trust me when i say its affordable, it is! You do not need to break the bank inorder to look good or stylish

My lovely peach jacket was styled with a cream camisol, a white bead and a carton colour skirt and ofcourse my black open toe point heel shoe. You could choose to wear pant trouser instead of skirt, and it could be worn to office, seminar, conference and church (wore mine to church on sunday). And guess what? I made this skirtwhoop! I sew most of my clothes myself. Some of these pictures were taken in church ( i talked about my church  Here and  Here ) while some were taken in my sitting room at home. Enjoy!







I’d like to hear your jacket story.

Thanks for stopping by.

Sincerely yours,

Kristeena.

Canonisation of blessed mother Teresa of Calcutta


Yayyyyy! Today the holy mother church canonised blessed mother teresa of calcutta and this has qualified her to join the lists of the catholic saints. I am a catholic and a proud one as that lol. I do tell people am a catholic not because i was born one but because i love being one. So today am excited that finally the holy mother church has declared blessed mother teresa of calcutta who lived an examplary life worthy of emulation a saint.

Mother Teresa was born Anjeze Gonxhe Biejaxhiu in Skopje Macedonia in August 26th 1910. She was a catholic nun and founded the missionaries of charity, a religious order in catholic. She lived most of her life in Calcutta in India hence her name mother Teresa of Calcutta. She was dedicated to the service of the poor and needy in her community. She died on the 5th of september 1997 at the age of 87. She was beatified on the 19th of october 2003 at St. Peter’s square by Pope John Paul II. Today 4th of september 2016 after almost 13years of beatification, she is canonised a saint of the catholic church by Pope Francis at St. Peter square, Vatican city Rome.

According to the priest today during the homily, he said it was a divine arrangement by God that Pope francis who takes the name of St. Francis has to be the one canonise blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta. St. Francis of assisi lived a life of  total dedication to the service of the poor and needy just like Mother Teresa did.

As part of homily today by Pope Francis, He said “we will have difficulty calling her saint teresa………..she will remain mother teresa to many of us”. 

St. Teresa of calcutta…………… pray for us!   

Love begins at home, and its not how much we do, but how much love we put in the action that we doSt. Teresa of calcutta.

True love is giving and giving until it hurts. (where there is love, there is God) – St. Teresa of calcutta.

The poor gives much more than we give them. They are such strong people living day to day with no food. And they never curse, never complain. We don’t have have to give them pity or sympathy. We have so much to learn from them – St. Teresa of calcutta.

Prayer

I got up early one morning, 

And rushed right into the day; 

I had so much to accomplish.

That i didnt have time to pray.

Problems just tumbled about me.

And heavier came each task. 

“Why doesn’t God help me?” I wondered. 

He answered “you didnt ask”.

I wanted to see joy and beauty,    

But the day toiled on, gray and bleak;  

I wondered why God didn’t show me,  

He said, “but you didn’t seek”

I tried to come into God’s presence. 

I used all my keys at the lock,       

God gently and lovingly chided,     

“My child, you didn’t knock”.

I woke up early this morning,     

And paused before entering the day;   

I had so much to accomplish.   

That i had to take time to pray.

Prayer is not asking, prayer is putting one self in the hands of God, at His disposition, and listening to His voice in the depth of our heartsMother Teresa

We have to pray with our eyes on God not on our difficulties.

Wedding guest

This is late post. Twas meant to have been posted yesterday but PHCN dey do us strong thing. No light since saturday. I think am gonna be adding power bank to my wishlist for next month

So back to the matter, had loads of fun this weekend. On saturday, a friend of mine got married and i was invited to grace the occassion. We’ve known each other way back from Laspotech and we were also fortunate to meet in LASU again, same course same department. It was fun cos i saw some of our colleagues from Laspotech and LASU whom have not seen for quite some time after we graduated. For this wedding i wore a peach net lace iro and blouse styled with a red bead necklace with earring and hand band. They had aso ebi but i couldnt get cos of the short notice. Congratulations dearie. God bless your home.


Bride and friends

My laspotech folks, good to see you all!



Thanks for stopping by.

Sincerely yours,

Kristeena.