'Redd' Hot Make-up
Make-up by Jordan Spencer on Xodus Redd masquerader Rashada Lee.

A make-up rule of thumb is to keep your lids bare when wearing red lipstick. Luckily for us, make-up artist Jordan Spencer is here to show why some rules are meant to be broken! The pro MUA says it's all about new rules, and once you're in her chair, colourful shadows, glitter and gems are teamed with red lipstick for a stunning effect. And Spencer was out to prove her point at the July 10 staging of Carnival GLAMHub, held at the Jamaica Pegasus ballroom. And winner of the hotel's Carnival makeover Rashada Lee — outfitted in a Xodus Redd costume — was the perfect candidate.

Tuesday Style Dryer (TSD) was on location.


Eyes: Juvia's Place Nubian 2 Eyeshadow Palette + glitter + gems

Foundation: Maybelline SuperStay Full Coverage Foundation - 360 Mocha

Powder: Sacha Pro Powder Foundation palette

Setting spray: Sacha Cosmetics Fix-It Spray

Lips: custom mix of Makeup by Jordee liquid lipsticks

Lashes: Lashed by Jordee

Makeup by Jordee

12a Molynes Road,

Kingston 10

Tel: (876) 791-4945



The glam makeover starts with brows. Applying a light layer of concealer under the brow with a brush or lightly blending it with your finger will bring instant shape and definition.
Maybelline's foundation shade 360 Mocha is Lee's perfect match.
A sweep of powder sets your make-up and keeps your skin from appearing shiny.
Sacha Pro Powder Foundation palette.
Sacha Pro Powder Foundation palette.
Ever wondered how to apply gems around the eyes? Apply a small dot of glue on the stone or gem and wait a few seconds for it to get tacky. Use tweezers to apply the stones for precise application. Once on your face, gently press it into skin with a brush or clean finger.
Red liquid lipstick...
...and a pair of Lashed by Jordee wispies complete the look.
Make-up artist Jordan Spencer.
Juvia's Place Nubian 2 Eyeshadow Palette
Maybelline SuperStay Full Coverage Foundation - 360.
Lashed by Jordee lashes — ML24
Sacha Fix-Spray

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