Brandy Allen </br><p class="classtitle"> Nude Makeup for Women of Color </p>

Brandy Allen

Nude Makeup for Women of Color

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This lesson is all about choosing the perfect nudes for a woman of color! I will be demonstrating skin preparation, foundation application, highlight and contouring techniques, bronzing with powders and liquids, lash application and lip application techniques.

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Class Duration & Type:  90min. On Demand! (Once you purchase you will see a link for your video at your checkout completion screen. You will also receive an email from, check your spam folder if you do not see it in your inbox. Save this email as it is your only access to your purchased content)

A native of Los Angeles, Brandy Allen is a Celebrity makeup artists and beauty visionary. She started her beauty career at the age of 18 while earning her bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Media Studies. She worked in corporate beauty with companies such as MAC, Make Up For Ever, Fashion Fair and Maybelline, in which she learned the beauty of all ages, races, genders and ethnicities. She honed her skills, product knowledge and understanding how to enhance and cater to the beauty of each individual client. 

Over the years, Brandy has become one of the industry’s go-to artists for women of color in Hollywood. From countless major red carpet moments to timeless editorial shoots, she has accentuated the natural beauty of celebrities such as Skai Jackson, Doja Cat, Marsai Martin, Normani, Lizzo, Aja Naomi King, Keke Palmer, Janelle Monae, Yara Shahidi, Issa Rae, Solange, Danielle Brooks, and many more. 

She has also worked with brands for her celebrity clientele like Yves Saint Laurent, MAC, Dior Beauty, Chanel, Shea Moisture, KKW Beauty, Lancôme, Covergirl and more. She has been seen in Essence Magazine, InStyle, Elle, Vogue Italia, the Hollywood Reporter and more. 
Brandy is known for color mixing and flawless skin. Her goal as an artist is to make people feel beautiful, confident and comfortable. She also has taken a role in pushing inclusivity in the beauty industry to create more opportunities for artists and creatives of color. Her efforts to reform beauty inclusion and beauty education is promoted through her program CRE8 Advanced School of Beauty. She plans on launching grants and scholarships for future beauty creatives.     

“I love skin, I love effortless glam with a statement. I love when my work tells a story”