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Black Mens 40/40 Issue

For the past bazillion months, I've been trying to get in touch with the editor of black mens magazine. I've sent my submissions and everything. Just like all the other females.

One bright sunny day, I was looking at my timeline via twitter and saw a bunch of females tweeting telling everyone to go vote for them on At first I was saying to myself, no I don't wanna. As I have been kind of stuck between trying to figure out if I still want to be a glamour model or just do free lance Make-Up and go to school to be a Pathologist. Not saying I cannot do them all but I know ME. Let's just leave that

So I finally made up my mind and made a profile. The catch is this, there are thousands of models on there trying to get picked to be in the 40/40 issue. If they are not part of the 40/40 issue, then their profile stays on file for up coming opportunities. Which is fair. All of these women are beautiful and unique in their own way, seeing as each woman has their own following/fan base as each man likes something different in women. Men like what they like, point blank period. The model's job is to promote herself as heavy as possible. Which is why I'm writing the blog.

If you want to see me in the 40/40 issue of BlackMen's Magazine, all you have to do is CLICK HERE and click the FIFTH STAR


Log into your twitter account, copy and paste this-->
Hey @BlackMenEditor I want to see @RealTrophyWife in The 40/40 issue I voted for her at

it's that easy...
Thank you for all of the love and support!

No Name

I was tempted to call this a "Barbie look". only because I had something similar like this done at the M.A.C counter for a photo shoot when they had the whole "Barbie" anniversary thing going on. Clearly, the colors are a bit darker than what they used. I don't have a name for this though. So we shall call it "No Name".

I started off by using a jumbo white liner on my whole top lid up to the eye brown and then below my bottom lid, just to make the colors pop a little more. I then proceeded to break out my Sedona Lace 120 eye shadow pallet!

*You can click the photo below to enlarge it and follow the numbers to see what order I went in*

1. I applied this to the inner corner and outer corner halfway to the middle and around the bottom. (I have two no.1's because I mixed them)
2. Right in the middle of my top and bottom lid.
3. Lower inner lid and a hint on the top lid
4. This soft pink was applied as the highlight color up to the bottom of my brow.
5. Used my 224SE M.A.C Blending Brush and applied this dark green over the yellow.

....and there you have it! I applied my favorite false lashes, black liner on my water line and liquid liner along my top lash line.. Now you can give it a try!