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Onyinyechi Ekeh And Her Search For Beauty: The House of Tara TA46 Revolution






Beauty they say is in the eye of the beholder. For me beauty is skin deep and need to be natural and make-up has to give that refined facial look.
Working out my preferred natural look with makeup was a big deal as I had to try a lot of cosmetic products in my quest for the best. My face being very supple, I was not going to settle for just any make up brand.
Because the Make-up industry is also fast growing, I was quick to remind myself not to be deceived by the big names or subscribe to a product just because my friends used them. What is a make-up brand on my face if I can’t achieve that natural, oil free, radiant yet flawless look?
I was resolved.
Then I found this 2-in-1 bae- The Powder plus foundation TA46 from House of Tara.


Eureka!
The feel is smooth and everything I wanted and I still went to research it. I found out while using this Tara product that all beauty products are not the same in quality.
I am inspired that a Make-up industry pioneer and the CEO of House of Tara International Mrs. Tara Fela-Durotoye did a great job with these products. She is a really brilliant and intriguing woman, a real make up inventor and a perfect definition of beauty and brain.
In the mood to buy classy and authentic products? The online shop to visit is www.shop.houseoftara.com.

Chigozie Onyinye Ekeh.

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