3 Makeup tips from MAC Cosmetics’ Marco Louis

Drawing inspiration from 2018 runways, makeup trends are constantly evolving.

In a recent exclusive MAC Masterclass held at the makeup giant’s newest retail space at the Hilton Arcade in Nairobi, Kenya, Senior Artist for Africa, Marco Louis Ackers, shared about the latest trends.

Three notable trends are as follows:


“Your skin should look healthy…almost to the point of too healthy!” Marco Louis shared. Dewy, glowing and flushed is the look to strive for. Super cut contouring is losing its prominence and looking natural is totally the thing right now.


Clearly defined lips are not a must. The whole thing is to look more natural; a softer outline will give the lips a supple appeal.


Rather than a classic cat eye with the wing or a flick, a blunt line that pulls-out elongates the eye. This look will give your entire look more of an edgier appeal.


MAC Cosmetics is one of the world’s most inclusive makeup brands. With its recent extension of their Studio Fix Collection, more women will be able to find their exact shade.

The iconic foundation collection now has an unprecedented 64 shades of Studio Fix Fluid SPF 15, and has also expanded their Correct Palette and MAC Studio Fix Conceal options.

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  1. Avatar Kivuitu from ECK July 9th, 2013 at 10:29 pm

    First of all the issue of expired passport does not arise. If I take my passport to a bank to prove my identity. The bank only needs to verify my identity by looking at the picture, my date of birth and where I was born. It is irrelevant whether my passport has expired or not. That is only applicable when I am using the passport to board a plane and enter another country. Kethi does not keep the so called registers.

    1. Avatar Duncan Muchina July 10th, 2013 at 1:21 am

      The law says one has to register with a current ID. She is a lawyer…or is she?

      1. Avatar Kwessi Pratt July 10th, 2013 at 10:08 am

        IEBC cleared her! Only for jubilee to tell IEBC they didnt know their job. This lady refused our ticket and she is not registered, stop her! IEBC well aware he who pays the piper calls the tune, quickly recoiled in to its shells. Is all that normal, legal and constitutional?

        1. Avatar Duncan Muchina July 11th, 2013 at 4:29 am

          Speculation…oh I see! She said it because she heard it mentioned by so and so in that place…..irrelevancy must seek new meaning! Bring hard facts.

    2. Avatar Gabby July 10th, 2013 at 6:17 am

      Come to my bank and try the same drivel you have written. They will NOT accept your transaction. It ONLY on a current document that transactions are accepted at my bank!!

      1. Avatar Kwessi Pratt July 10th, 2013 at 10:16 am

        But would the bank accept that if after paying you, your business competitor calls it and claims your documents were not valid? The Bank wont even want to hear such tales that would reflect badly on it!

        1. Avatar Gabby July 10th, 2013 at 5:03 pm

          Would I remember where my bank is located and/ or if I did withdraw the money even if after paying ‘me’ (you), ‘my’ (your) business competitor calls ‘the bank’ (it) and claims ‘my’ (your) documents were not valid?

    3. Avatar GOVERNMENT July 10th, 2013 at 10:55 am


  2. Avatar Kitonga July 10th, 2013 at 9:41 am

    This is just another door IEBC wants to pin Kethi because of it’s own failure. Let first deal with the agency and then come and investigate Kethi. Who is so stupid to agree that IEBC chair does not 100% support TNA/JUBILEE and he knew they where running parallel vote tally during the last elections and had not revealed it. IEBC is an affiliate party to Jubilee. Just read btn the lines it clear.

    1. Avatar george mwaura July 10th, 2013 at 10:02 am

      FAILURE TO DO WHAT? She was unable to prove that she presented herself for registration and was not registered;can you imagine a person who does not know where or the approximate time he registered .Then the incredible story of having been in possession of invalid documents only,loss of originals not explained let alone why there was no replacement for such a long time.The police probe which is bound to be more thorough will unearth a lot of things.For someone to believe her ,he must be from somewhere!

      1. Avatar Kwessi Pratt July 10th, 2013 at 12:08 pm

        Of course, its clear IEBC was part and parcel of jubilee coalition. Thats how the coalition led in election results from start to finish against all expectations. After all, what would be the purpose of using a server of an extremely interested party? Is the delay in releasing election results not compounded by that obvious double-dealing? By the way, why was jubilee effortlessly able to “know” that Kethi was not “registered?” The interneting plug still intact?

    2. Avatar MARNJE AMICUS July 10th, 2013 at 10:56 am

      blame it on kimemia

      1. Avatar Kitonga July 10th, 2013 at 11:39 am

        true bro.

  3. Avatar Kwessi Pratt July 10th, 2013 at 10:02 am

    This is not about Kethi. The whole matter narrows down to how TNA was able to bring allegations of non-registration when IEBC was still in the dark. The most essential question here is how TNA so easily was able to upstage the elections body? Did they use their alleged “service” to IEBC to doctor documents? Who stored the booklet used to register former president? Who handled it last and how come IEBC chairman is no longer repeating he was NOT AWARE OF THE THEFT but instead was pretty quick to write to CID? May be same same people who deliberately created the sad situation are the ones being asked to investigate it? When a commission is so leashed by utter confusion, the only wise option is to let the people decide. However, when little things are allowed to turn in to major issues of despodency, we should be sure Egypt kind of situation is certainly in the offing. And given that crimes against humanity suspects have no luxury of ordering attacks on people, we are taking a very messy risky path indeed.

    1. Avatar william njogu July 11th, 2013 at 4:02 am

      you are damn fool. The other day you were singing at the top of your lungs how TNA has stolen your goddess Railas elections. Please think about it, if your god can be so foolish to steal some election materials which he knows well that TNA will know about, what a damn person are you following considering that you are smarter than him?

      1. Avatar Kwessi Pratt July 22nd, 2013 at 3:22 pm

        I wish you had used some civility in your post. However, knowing extalting tribal hubris is a big business in our enclave, I need not go further. But lets pursue the rationale. First, if that acknowledgement slip was stolen while at the OP or IEBC chairman’s office, who is likely to have done so? My take is that if indeed the document was stolen, it was handed over to Agness Ndetei to deliver to Kethi Kilonzo. Thats when she visited her to convince her to run on tna. Even the chances are that the date was back-dated to 2011 to trick the young lady if she failed ride the questionable jubilee horse. There are several reasons for all that to happen. First, if the booklet that bears her acknowldegement slip was “only” used to register former president, whatever that means, it was reduced to more or less like a demonstration document. And guess thats why it was not used beyond that single individual. The question is: after he was registered, was it left to his ADC or IEBC took it? And can president be registered by an ordinary person at IEBC? Also everything happened full glare of television cameras! That footage can easily be checked to find out who took off with the booklet! Only then we can know who is the damn fool here!


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