The facebeat is an integral part of stardom and that is why your faves are rarely seen without it. In fact, they pay thousands to get the right face beat, which often takes hours.
Considering what an important element makeup is in the life of any star, it is only natural that they only trust a select few to get it right - check out which face beat advisors your faves turn to.
Precious Xaba - @preciousxabamakeup
Precious often works with Loot Love but she has also done some work with Blue Mbombo and Zola Nombona.
Clara Chimeloane - @clarabanx
Nomsa Madida - @nomsamadida
Vuyo Varoyi - @vuyovaroy
This MUA is another firm favourite of Queen B*’s but he has had a long-standing relationship with global cosmetics giant, Revlon.
Some of his most notable work to date includes the looks he designed and executed as part of a Revlon x SA Fashion Week campaign as well as creating some looks on the evening of the Revlon #EyeOpening launch.
He has also worked with Vatiswa Ndara, Tiwa Savage and K Naomi to name a few.
Kenosi Radebe - @kenosisbeauty
Kenosi’s Beauty is more of a brand than it is a person but it bears the name of its 27-year-old founder, Kenosi Radebe.
Audrey Mofokeng - @dreythemakeupartist
Audrey is Thando Thabethe's first choice when it comes to face beats, but she has also worked with stars such as Thembi Seete, Boity and Andile Gaelesiwe to name a few. She also frequently contributes to Destiny Magazine.
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Main image credit: instagram.com/preciousxabamakeup by Austin Malema