Monique Coleman's make up it's a great party make up! Follow these easy steps to get a sexy make up for African American girls!

Monique Coleman Make up

Monique Coleman's effervescent demeanor and relentlessly upbeat personality has transformed her into a tremendously chic and gorgeous woman.

This make-up is great for african american girls for parties but definately not for school.

Copy her make-up with these simple steps!

Step 1:

Anchor this frosty look with defined brows.

Fill in brows with a pencil or shadow in a color that's a shade lighter than your hair.

If you have a lighter complexion, choose a shade that's a bit deeper than your hair.

Blend color by brushing it through the brow.

Step 2:

Sweep a golden eye shadow or (any other light metallic shadow) over the lid.

Define the crease with another shimmery tone, such as champagne or bronze.

Put on an additional layer of color, a creamy bronze shadow, and dabbed it on the lid.

Finish the eyes with a coat of mascara.

Step 3:

Create a shimmery glow on the cheeks.

Dab a highlighter on the cheekbones, use a blush at the apples of your cheeks, and blend together.

Step 4:

Apply a bronze gloss or one with metallic shimmer in the same neutral family.

Optional - Red Lips

Brighten your face, dress up your look, and scream glamour.

Step 1:

For updated red lips, combine a matte lipstick with a gloss.

Apply the lipstick first. Set the color with some translucent powder.

Take a tissue and separate it into one-ply thickness.

Put it over your lips and blot powder over it.

Step 2:

Once you've created your base of color, apply a sheer formula over it so that your lips don't look painted on


If you're intimidated by red lipstick and you think it's way too much, experiment with glosses and stains.

Stick with sheer colors like ruby or cherry, red glosses are also a nice way to wear red.

Mark the lips first with a red pencil, which will make the color long-wearing, and topping it off with a sheer lip gloss in red.