Juvia’s Place

The Saharan Blush Vol 1 & 2

May 18, 2018

I literally haven’t worn blush in a few years,

it had been strictly contour and highlight. But these two palettes from Juvia’s Place were very hard to pass up. Both palettes come with four matte shades of blush and two shimmer shades that can also work as highlighters. And you know I love to support a Black owned business. This brand was primarily known for their highly pigmented eyeshadow palettes and are expanding the line to include more products. 

 

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Issa Taurus Season Look!

May 14, 2018

Our very own AINIOM Blogger Chiquita Carey always does THE MOST when it comes to her birthday and this year is no exception. Check out her blog TruVanity to see what an extravaganza it truly is! Of course I had to do her makeup for a night out on the town. Chiquita is wearing Double A lashes and lipstick.

Use my code SUSHI20 for 20% off your order at Double A Makeup!

 

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New Looks + Double A Makeup

May 6, 2018

Arielle Antoinette is the beautiful owner of Double A Makeup. She’s an Atlanta based Makeup Artist with celebrity clientele including Toya Wright, Reginae Carter and Zonnique Pullins. I absolutely love her mink lash line and have been wearing them for months. She just recently launched a matte lipstick and I LOVE IT! I’m wearing the line in the looks below.

Use my code SUSHI20 for 20% off your order at Double A Makeup!

 

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Coloured Raine & Beauty Blender

April 30, 2018

This Spring two big brands will more accessible than before! The infamous Beauty Blender was exclusively sold at Sephora which was a bummer ‘cuz I tend to frequent ULTA. They are now available at my fave beauty retailer which means I can use my rewards points towards this item.

Coloured Raine is actually a Black owned beauty brand and they are NOW available in Target. This product line was only available online previously.

 

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Playful Beauty Marks

April 15, 2018

Just playing around with a “beauty marks”. I’ve seen them popping up all over. It’s a way to make a statement but it’s not too extra. I may play around with more hearts and stars very soon! Check out more of my makeup looks on Instagram.

 

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BTS at the Black Women’s Expo Chicago!

April 9, 2018

It was a dream to work with Mielle Organics at this year’s Black Women’s Expo Chicago this past Saturday. I was able to work with three lovely women who, would later serve as models for product demonstrations. Mielle Organics is a huge hit with naturalistas all over the country and is growing! Whether you rock your natural curls or need heat protection while silk pressing your hair, they have you covered. Check out the photo gallery for a taste of some my werk BTS!

 

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Photo Shoot ALERT!

April 2, 2018

Karisia is the founder of her own talent  agency Black Sushi Entertainment that celebrates diversity and equality. Here are a few images on our shoot. Makeup is by me of course.

 

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Blenddddddd!

March 26, 2018

   Once upon a time I was a die hard fan of the Beauty Blender. Others sponges were just too rigid, cheap and did not blend foundation very well.

   I was initially skeptical about the Real Techniques sponge but I’ve been pleased with its performance overall. It’s best used when damp (not soaking wet and not dry) to blend liquid or cream products like foundation or primer.

   The only reason it beats the Beauty Blender is because of the price. You get the same results for one-third the price. Real Techniques retail sales at $5.99 compared to the $20 Beauty Blender. 

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Puttin’ In Werk

March 19, 2018

My clients have really been giving me life these days! Thank you London, Chiquita, Quin and Karisia for lending your faces as my canvas.  

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In Living Color

March 11, 2018

You can do what you wanna do... Makeup has no rules and you can wear as little or as much as you like. You can even choose to wear none, and that’s okay.

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Emporium Arcade

Emporium Arcade Fulton Market is a Chicago bar with chill vibes and boasts retro arcade games including Mortal Kombat and Pac-Man and a DJ on Friday nights I just loved the black lit mural by Lauren Asta. There are also three other locations in the city. The only drawback is that they don’t offer any food, BUT, they will let you bring in your own food!

 

839 W Fulton Market

Chicago, IL

 

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Mermaids & Unicorns

March 4, 2018

 

I couldn’t decide on unicorn vibes or mermaid vibes. But ultimately Team Mermaid won. It’s a perfect combination of shattered glass effect, ombré, shimmer, chrome and rhinestones. I love it! If you want to see these babies up close then head to my Instagram!

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Natural, But Not Basic

February 26, 2018

 

This week I’m serving a natural look but you know I had to be a little extra with the glow! If you want to see this look in more detail head to my Instagram!

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MAKEUP Trap Sushi: Part 1

February 19, 2018

    I have been enamoured with art and makeup since I was about four or five years old. A family friend gifted me what seemed like a pirate’s treasure chest full of makeup. There was more makeup than I could have ever known what to do with, and I haven’t left makeup alone since.

    I was the kind of child who enjoyed playing “dress up” over baby dolls or “house”. My Mom even helped me with my Barbie photo shoots (Yes, we actually got the pictures developed). I was less interested in mother-like play and most interested in play that involved my imagination and creativity.

   In grade school I was all about Art class. Mr. Sweigert adored me and he encouraged my creativity across different art mediums. Whether it was paint, clay, craypas or pencil, I always enjoyed my time in that class. SUN MAGAZINE was a big deal at the time for student artists K-12th grade. Mr. Sweigert and my parents urged me to submit my art work and I was published not once but twice!

   In middle school I had become interested in fashion magazines like Seventeen and Harper’s Bazaar. Editorial makeup was just so edgy compared to the boring way “everyday women” wore it. And it was expressing something that words could not.

    I didn’t dare experiment because I knew damn well it was not going to be accepted. So instead, I settled for wearing  Revlon’s ColorStay lipstick in the shade Raisin, the first makeup I ever wore to school. My parents never forbid me to wear makeup, unlike a lot of my friends. Before school they’d always beg me to let them try it on, but fearfully removed all traces of it before we got home from school. Not me.

    In high school I had friends but was rarely invited out on the weekends. So what did I do? I practiced applying my makeup. And I was far from perfect. Practice was frustrating but it was also my “me time”. I was spending time getting to know myself, taking care of myself without any interruptions.

    And that is exactly how I see it today. It’s a form of therapy for me when I sit at my vanity and start applying my makeup. Unbothered. The only difference is now I have a f*ck it attitude when it comes to wearing bolder makeup. It’s never going to be for everybody. But it’s 1000% for me. 

 

Rosè ALL DAY.

February 12, 2018

 

  V-Day def inspires MUAs/MUEs to utilize shades of pink...

Makeup TRAP Sushi: Part 2

February 5, 2018

 

   Where did I get my love for trap music? It really started after I graduated high school. I moved away from an Air Force base in the middle of a Midwestern suburbanite dust bowl  to the eternal sunshine of Orlando, Florida. Gucci Mane, TI and Jeezy were just a few of the hip hop artists I was inundated with down in Florida. It’s also where I learned about Dance Hall and Reggeaton.

    I was attending Valencia College full time and working as a third key for a Fashion Nova-esque boutique at the mall with racks of club attire at our disposal. My new coworkers-turned-besties dragged me to nightclubs from Thursday to Sunday and trap music was the backdrop for everything we got into. Trap was there when we schemed on getting into VIP for free Moët. It was there when we cheered on our girl Iesha in a dance off against another young lady who was certified wasted. It was there when I quit my serving gig at a nightclub and gave every single man the middle finger as I stormed out.

    It was our way of life. In our mind we were the Suzy to Gucci. TI was personally telling us we could have whatever we liked. Future was demanding you turn on the lights in the club because he was looking for us. And as the genre evolves I have grown to love it even more. And sometimes I wonder if I will ever outgrow trap...

    

Makeup Trap SUSHI: Part 3

January 28, 2018

 

   So,what exactly is the sushi of Makeup Trap Sushi? Well, I can tell you that it’s more than just my love for delicious salmon nigiri. It embodies the parts of me that are influenced by Asian culture. Primarily Japanese culture.

    I’m Black, and I am also proud of and acknowledge my Japanese heritage. My grandmother (maternal) is Japanese and when I was five we made the move as an active duty military family to Yokota Air Force Base, Japan. The place where we would reside for nearly a decade of my life.

    My childhood memories consist of overnight field trips to Mt. Fuji, all things Sanrio, watching really delayed episodes of American TV, lots of good Japanese food, Sailor Moon and a short stint in modeling. And this was my norm.

    Our elementary school had a “Culture” class, in addition to Art, PE and Music. This was where we learned the language, geography and customs of our host country. Ms. Shirasu was my favorite because she taught us origami and let us watch Totoro. I didn’t like Mr. Tsunaga because he snitched on me once for talking too much in class. Luckily, I got home before Mom and Dad and deleted his voicemail ASAP (Nice try Tsunaga san).

    Sakura (cherry blossom) trees bloomed every Spring and lined the streets like soft pink clouds. As the season turned, the petals fell from the trees like light pink snowflakes. Our friend Sueiko came to visit us from Virginia once. She took me with her to visit her family in Osaka. It was my first time experiencing a Japanese bath house. We toured a castle, had a crazy run in with a cicada bug and I (unknowingly) ate fish eggs for the first time.

    I remember walking (sometimes skating) to the “Yen Store” with my brother and friends a few blocks right outside the base. We spent our allowance on Pocky Sticks, Lotte candy, shrimp chips and Sailor Moon cards. I was a serious collector. I mean SERIOUS!

    I’ll always remember walking the massive crosswalks in Ginza, seeing Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Disneyland, taking the bullet train and wearing a kimono for a traditional tea ceremony. In seventh grade I finally learned hiragana and katakana. So, technically I can read and write (very slowly).

    Once we returned back to the states, I soon realized how different our experience had been from most other kids. And as an adult I still find it hard to relate at times. But it’s an experience I wouldn’t trade for anything. My grandma has not been with us for many years and I’m grateful to have lived and experienced first hand the place where she was from. It will always be a huge part of me. 

Unsolicited Dreams... 

January 22, 2018

 

   Apparently, most folks have a very narrow idea of what a Makeup Artist (MUA) is “suppose” to be. In my experience, the ideas of success that get projected onto me usually include a celebrity clientele and jet setting around the world getting credit for magazine covers and red carpet looks. This narrow minded idea has caused me a lot of stress trying to live up to other people’s expectations. But, ultimately it forced me to decide what kind of Makeup Artist I’d like to be.

    In the age of social media the possibilities are endless. Some artists work in solitary which allows them creative freedom. Some regularly work with clients, but that also means they work around other people’s schedules. There are those who work in film and television, which is a whole ‘nutha beast. And some work in the fashion and editorial realm on shoots and runway shows. Aesthetic, preference and style are an entirely separate conversation.

    What they all have in common are supplemental streams of income. Some collaborate with brands promoting or creating beauty products. MUAs offer workshops or seminars to teach their techniques. Others get paid for making public appearances. The list goes on...

    If you are an aspiring Makeup Artist please explore all of your options and figure out what kind of work is most fulfilling to you. You will make mistakes, and that is okay. If you have an aspiring MUA in your life, be supportive, listen and don’t project. After all, most people don’t like to be told how to do their job, and this isn’t any different. 

Princess Peach

January 15, 2018

 

   I thought it was going to be impossible for me to pull off peach tones. Mostly because it’s notorious for not being vibrant enough to stand out on darker skin tones.

   Have you seen the wave of peach makeup on the ‘gram? If not, then you should know that this color has been heavily marketed in the last year. It took some time but I played around with it and was pleased with the color payoff from this look. 

Pretty Girls Love Trap Music

January 8, 2018

 

Trap overload?! I think not. Just feeling playful and experimenting with my color contacts, bamboo earrings and “Trap” hat. I was due for a fill-in at T Nail Bar and I couldn’t resist adding the Cardi B decals!

Issa New Year!

January 2, 2018

 

   2017 was quite a year. There were some highs and lows. But, what is life without obstacles? It’s how we handle the struggle that’s most important. There are a few things I learned about myself that I’ll be taking with me into 2018. First and foremost is becoming “woke”.

    It started early in the first quarter. I began listening to podcasts for the first time. Gaining more insight about systematic racism, intersectionality, colorism in the Black community, benevolent sexism, overt sexism, etc... I couldn’t stop, which was not good. Not. At. All. Burning myself out by obsessing over all the injustices of the world was a hard lesson I had to learn.

    On a brighter note I was able to really tap into what really inspires me. Thus the change from the old Beauty Edition blog to a brighter and shiny-er MakeupTrapSushi! It feels so good to have an identity and space that really speaks to me. I have some wonderful ideas and additions I want to bring to you all in 2018. I hope your’re ready.

    Sharing is caring, right? I began sharing more of my life on social media than I ever had. Pictures are pretty cool and all. But, you’re only getting a fraction of who I really am. I want to continue connecting with you all personally. I gained so much more appreciation for my audience when I decided to make myself more vulnerable

    I’m not one for New Year’s resolutions, but I do hope to resolve my goals for 2018 and beyond. Thank you all for your continued support and inspiring me. I wish you all the best in 2018!

             

      XoXo - Nicky

‘Tis The Season For...

December 18, 2017

 

 November and December are times when a lot of Makeup Artists are giving in the spirit of creativity. They are showering us with gimmicky makeup looks that quite honestly are intimidating to the average person. But, they get an “A” for their creative efforts nonetheless. I’ll be posting some hopefully non threatening “holiday inspired” looks like the one below throughout the week on Instagram so make sure to follow me @MakeupTrapSushi!

THANK YOU!

December 12, 2017

 

  I wanted to say THANK YOU to all my wonderful, beautiful makeup clients this year! You all have allowed me to challenge myself and grow in more ways than one! 

FENTY Stunna Lip Paint

December 4, 2017

 

  First I tried the Killawatt highlighter in Trophy Wife. That was a hit! I passed on the ultra glittery Galaxy Palette. But this Stunna Lip Paint was right up my alley! Prior to it’s 11/23 release, FENTY was doing a fantastic job demonstrating this “universal” red on a vast array of skin tones. 

    I love the multi faceted packaging. And you get a lot of product to justify spending the $24. This’ll last you for many, many applications. The applicator itself is like no other. I mean, it gives a precision application without having to use a liner. Riri has done it again ladies and gents! Below are some pics with me in my Stunna Lip Paint.

Nailed It! (Finally)

November 27, 2017

 

 Since my beloved Nail Tech/Artist Adina moved far, far, away to a land called ATL, l have been to a few different nail techs and salons. Some disastrous and some just so-so.

   First was Naughty Nailz in Humboldt Park. Their Instagram profile warns of the gratuitous used of profanity. Which was fine with me, but the shop was just as dirty as their mouths. They do great work, but the filth was just unbearable.

  Then, l found Michael at a shop in my neighborhood. He’s super friendly and did great work. His sister opened a salon downtown and l followed. l kept asking for more, but he was pretty set on doing conventional/safe nails. No frills. He was nice, but l was bored. I found myself visiting less and less.

   On my trip to and from work l had passed the same vacant nail salon a million times over. And finally, the space became occupied by T Nail Bar. The owner is a sweet girl named Tuyen, who had a dream of owning her own salon. We bonded over sharing stories about living as military dependents. 

   They do ALL the things nail fanatics dream of. Ombré, matte, 3D forms, designs, you name it. And it got even better when she mentioned that her husband is Black. Which technically means I’m supporting a Black business! T Nail Bar is my newfound home and they literally had me at “Issa Grand Opening”! 

Metallic Season

November 20, 2017

 

 There’s just something about a metallic lipstick. It’s flashy but not overbearing. Maybe your go to is a classic red lip. Why not try a metallic version? Matte... Been there! Gloss... Done that! And glitter is reserved for occasions when you’re feeling really, really extra. These metallic lippes are by Jordana Cosmetics and I spotted them at my local Walgreens. They come in an array of edgy colors and I picked up three for myself. I think you should give them a try. 

 

Out on the Town

November 5, 2017

 

   It’s been a while since l hit the streets for a girls’ night out with my team. I’ve been feeling more inspired and more like myself than l had been in the past several months. It’s time l stop shying away from public spaces (anxiety is a real thing for me) l was just a hermit for a hot minute. 

 

Nicky Featured in FairPlay Music Video

Dircted by Billy Kauck!

Halloween Makeup: From Neck Wounds to Comic Book Characters...

October 30, 2017

 

   It’s that time of year again! IG is inundated with creepy, gore-y looks and there’s so much i want to experiment with. This time I worked with liquid latex and body paints to create this gaping neck wound. On the lighter side I was able to create a Pop Art/Comic Book look for my client Stephanie for a party this weekend. 

 

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October 15, 2017

 

   October is synonymous with Breast Cancer Awareness, but did you know it's also the month for Domestic Violence Awareness? Please click below to hear about my own experience with domestic violence and why I won't use the ever popular word "beat" to describe my makeup. Thousands of you have viewed, liked, shared and commented on this post. Thank you so much for your support! 

 

FENTY Has Makeup Brands Shook!

September 25, 2017

 

  Rihanna's makeup line FENTY hit Sephora stores on 9/8 and it sold out like hot cakes! The two most popular products seem to be the Pro Filt'r Soft Matte Longwear Foundation in all 40 glorious shades and the Killawatt Freestyle Highlighter in Trophy Wife. She made it clear she wanted an inclusive line celebrating the those from the most porcelain white to the richest darkest ebony. There is a shade for everyone! Makeup brands were SHOOK and scrambled to get their lives together.

   They took to Instagram to show us they too are inclusive (because we've been begging for more shades for shits and giggles, right?). I've included some screenshots of brands like L'Oréal and Marc Jacobs making a poor attempt at marketing to us during the aftermath of the FENTY launch. It's too late. Our demands went unanswered for decades by you. Rihanna saved the day. So, she can have ALL my money! 

 

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Vegan Recipes Brought To You By @BurnamUpChili

September 20, 2017

 

  I met Chris Burnam while working at SunTrust Bank in Orlando. One of my fave people of all time to work with! He's got the best sense of humor and is down to earth. And he's originally from Chicago! He's the one who put me on to Issa's Awkward Black Girl series on YouTube!

    Back then he was a vegetarian but has since up his conscious eating game to the world of veganism (or bleganism as he calls it). We teamed up to do a series of recipes for me to try once a week to show you all on Instagram.  So far, I have not been disappointed. I literally don't miss meat or even eggs. They really satisfy my urge for the comfort I had in eating animal products.  Here is the four week recipe rundown:

 

Week 1 - Vegan Black Bean Burger 

Week 2 - Vegan Tacos 

Week 3 - Vegan Lasagna 

Week 4 - Vegan Dirty Rice 

 

Follow Burnam on Instagram @burnamupchili for recipe details! Tag us in your creations and let us know how you like them! 

 

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Hey L'Oréal, IDFWY!

September 11, 2017

 

 

  I have a really long history as a L'Oréal Paris consumer. When I worked at ULTA as an Esthetician I fell in love with their True Match foundation line. It had the most diverse shade range I had ever seen in a drugstore brand at the time. It was my go-to recommendation for beauty enthusiasts on a budget. Flash forward to 2017 and Imma have to say I am done with L'Oréal. Through!

  Their latest side eye worthy scandal was the hiring (and firing) of model/DJ/Activist Monroe Bergdorf. Who would have been their first Black transgendered spokesmodel (currently they only have one Black spokesmodel). Whom they basically only brought on to collect more coins from us by appealing to women of color and the LGBT community. Her contract was torn to shreds and burned after she made public commentary on her feelings about systemic racism in regards to the horrific events in Charlottesville. Mind you, L'Oréal was aware she was an activist before they signed her. So, what where they expecting?

   Whether it's Monroe or Beyoncé (who also cut her ties with the brand), L'Oréal is only interested in profiting from Black and Brown folks as long as we're quiet and do as we're told. At one point they were accused of lightening Queen Bey's skin in ad campaigns and tried to water down her Blackness by listing her heritage as African American, Native American and French (Her Daddy Alabama, Momma Louisiana duh!). And where is the representation for dark skinned models? It's the exact opposite of the diversity and tolerance their website boasts:

   

"Our vision, is the idea that beauty is accessible to all, a real way to affirm and accept ourselves as we are, to allow us the opportunity to really be ourselves"  - L'Oréal Paris

 

  So, if I'm disowning L'Oréal, then that includes ALL of the brands they own. And it's a looooooooong list including some of my long time favorite makeup lines like Urban Decay and Nyx Cosmetics. Not to mention they also own African Beauty Brands which includes haircare lines like Dark and Lovely and Optimum. But I can no longer shell out my hard earned money just to have those same dollars used against me. 

 

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Am I Too #Woke?

August 21, 2017

 

   This year I have really focused on trying to educate myself on social issues. Mostly pertaining to the Black community, specifically Black women. Whether it's a TED Talk about intersectionality, a podcast episode on the history of violence against Black women or watching documentaries about our prison system. I've really tried to absorb enough knowledge to have a critical thought about the world around me.

      So much so, that I haven't given those around me any time to catch up. There's just so much I want to share, all the time. Mind you, my daily commute allows me to listen to my favorite podcasts for an hour and fifteen each way. I would definitely say I'm #woke.

     But is there such a thing as too woke? I'm now more fearless in expressing my views publicly. A part of me does want others to know that I'm not just a pretty face but rather a multi-faceted person with my own thoughts and opinions. I admit I may have ingested too much information too quickly which resulted in a burn out. I often feel angry about all the injustice. I'm terrified about being complacent. And I'm frustrated that everyone else isn't always on the same page.

     I needed to chill basically. Nicky did that. So, hopefully you won't have to go through that (see what I did there). But seriously, you don't want to overwhelm yourself or others when your ultimate goal is to make a positive change. Here are some ways to take baby steps towards getting #woke:

 

Choose one (or two) causes - You don't have to take on #ImWithKap, Black Lives Matter, Slut Walk and Neo Nazis ALL at the same damn time. 

 

Dedicate some time, not all your time - Learning is fundamental but set limits on how much you can fully digest. Maybe it's 1-2 hours a week to start.

 

Check your ego - Of course you were raised right, but that doesn't make you better than anyone else. You can't really be learning if you inherently feel like others are beneath you.

 

Get ready to be uncomfortable - We can't ask others to do for us what we're not willing to do ourselves for others. And, you can't fully understand something if the only perspective you care to understand is your own. 

 

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BET Awards/First Trip to LA!

June 26, 2017

 

   I've never been to Los Angeles and wasn't really at the top of my list until my makeup client gave me an offer I couldn't refuse. She offered me tickets to the BET Awards at Microsoft Theater, passes to BET Fan Fare at the LA Convention Center, BET Live and the featured concerts at Staples Center! I'd have a chance to see a new city, spend some time with my LA friends, werk and experience BET weekend! Here's the flow:

 

Thursday

7AM Flight from Chicago (team no sleep)

10AM Land in Los Angeles

12PM Lunch at Ordoñez (open 24 hours)

3PM Hotel check in Hilton Garden Inn

4PM Nap time!

11PM All Black Party @The Reserve

 

Friday

10AM Breakfast... Didn't happen

11AM BET Radio Room JW Marriott LA Live

12PM Brunch @ Yard House

1PM Head back to Hilton Garden Inn

5PM DJ Khalid Day Party @ Penthouse

8PM Bryson Tiller/Jhene Aiko @ Staples Center

 

Saturday

10AM Breakfast with Laretta at Sweet Chick

3PM Lunch @ Tom's Urban

4PM BET Experience @ LACC

5PM Fashion + Beauty @ LACC

6PM Cocktails @ JW Marriott

 

Sunday

10AM Breakfast @ Ordoñez (again)

1PM Meet @ Viceroy L'Ermitage Beverly Hills

3PM Arrive @ Microsoft Theater

5PM BET Awards start!

 

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Dreams Los Cabos 

The Makeup Artist Tour hits the Windy City!

November 14, 2016

 

Friday was the big day! Thank you to our beautiful guests, RA Sushi for catering our amazing sushi platters and Hyatt Place Chicago - South/University Medical Center for hosting our event. A very special shout out to my long time friend Myke Silva for geting me involved, DJ Ajonra who provided the sounds and videography for the night, Photographer Tito Garcia, my wonderful team at AINIOM Akisha Lockhart and Chiquita Carey. Thank you to our beauty sponsor To Dye For Cosmetics for being our vendor for the evening! Thank you to our sponsor Ra Sushi Chicago for all the yummy, yummy sushi! Check out our photo gallery below. Of course we had to hit the #MannequinChallenge MUA style! Click here to view our video The MUA Tour #MannequinChallenge

 

Follow me on Snapchat @nickynicolebear for more Makeup x Trap x Sushi!

 

#TheMUATour #AINIOM #MUA #TrapMusic #Sushi

THANK YOU RA SUSHI FOR SPONSORING THE MUA TOUR!

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