Whether you’re spending it with your romantic partner or any other loved one (including yourself), Valentine’s day is a time for all kinds of love and we have the most romantic beauty and fashion looks for you to enjoy (And the best part is that it’s all local brands!):
Some kisses are given with the eyes
Get the Jackie Aina inspired eye look with the JH+ 35 Colour Eye Shadow Palette by Dupe factorie. This beauty brand is a local pro artist cosmetic store. Bringing you the best affordable hot trending products!
Recipe for love
If you’re having a romantic night in, then the Red monowrap from Moraka Interiors is perfect for when you’re stylish by the day and a chef by night.
Let’s do lunch!
Your Cinderella moment
Stand out in these “Amara court” mules by Matsidiso shoes on a date night, whether you’re eating out or on a movie date.
Let the glow in your heart reflect on your cheeks with this Swiitch Beauty highlighter. #SHINE is a wet glow highlighter palette that includes 4 shades leaving you with various options for the night.
Love is in the hair
Issa Rae has given us so much inspo on how to effortlessly style Type 4 hair in her HBO hit series “Insecure”. You can easily get these Mohican Puffs using The Perfect Kinky Coil Style&Define cream.
Lashes speak louder than words
Take your lashes to luxurious lengths with this exact dramatic look with local brand, Flutter by LKG Lashes.
Since Valentine’s Day is on a Friday, you’re most probably going to be at work all day and won’t necessarily have the time or energy to change into another outift for your night out. Wear a Versatile outfit from office to date with this Cindy Mfabe AW20 outfit. You could pair this fit with some sneakers during the day and more formal heels for the evening.
It’s all in the lips
Inspire your beautiful smile with the “Queen B” Connie transform lippie
Beautiful begins underneath
It is said that lingerie is that inner, secret glamour. Feel and look your best in Durban based lingerie brand, Satin candy.
How are you spending you Valentine’s day?
Written by: Olwethu Ngodela