Kim Kelly's Art

Tuesday, March 04, 2014    

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Kimone "Kim Kelly" Keane is a gifted and professional make-up artiste, with a genuine passion for the art, so much so that it does not seem like work. She is a final year student at the University of Technology, where she is currently doing a major in Production Operation Management and minor in Finance. Her amazing talent has attracted customers such as dancehall recording artiste Denyque, and Sanjay from Intense, among other celebrities. She has also won a scholarship from D'Marie School of Make-up Artistry, where she is currently a student as well.

With determination Kimone is able to balance school and her business while enjoying every minute of it.This amazing young talent is currently backed by Trinity Marketing, who manages the business aspect of her career, so she can focus on the work at hand.

Model: Shanique Leslie

Make Up by: Kimone Keane

Photography by: I Watch Campus

STEP 1: Foundation: prime, moisterise, and foundation

STEP 2: Set foundation and prime eyes to apply eye shadow

STEP 3: A virbant pink lipstick was applied with pink blush

STEP 4 : Apply rhinestones

STEP 5: Spray a setting spray that allows makeup long lasting and water proof





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