In Latin American soap operas, anything can happen. From the typical damsel in distress, to the rich boy meeting a humble but proud feisty girl, to twin sister rivals, to the dead coming back to life. In fact, vampires had been popular for the last 20 years in Brazil, way before its present craze. In Venezuela, we are and have always been experts in coming up with plots of love and hate, full of drama, intrigue, deceit and maybe too much confusion. We are also know for our women who can make up amazing stories on the onset of missed calls and heard rumors. We women who are not afraid to share and argue with friends and family, and sometimes have just enough reasons to be referred to as Drama Queens.
Another thing my fellow Venezuelan women know very well is that there is no better way to win an argument than to do it while looking good. Yes, we are very flirtatious, to the point of putting on make-up to go to the gym – true story. We understand that beauty is a serious, meaningful matter so we really appreciate initiatives, as with former model and makeup artist Keka Riley and her line, FaceDrama Cosmetics. Because no one should be bound by typical standards of beauty, FaceDrama encourages us to be masters of our own magnificence.
FaceDrama offers a wide range of colors in four different finishes that meet the needs of the varied types of skin tones we women share. Her luxurious lip glosses - beautiful, richly-pigmented shades, enriched with vitamin E, no fragrance or parabens, and infused with vanilla extract – will wake up your look and get you ready for your debut, your shining moment, while looking fabulous, too.
Feel like a lady, regal and elegant, with a little help from Godiva Lip Gloss.
Connect with your roots and sizzle in Latin flavor with Chacha Lip Gloss.
Disarm him even faster with Loot Lip Gloss.
When it’s your turn to behave badly, get a little help with Mala Lip Gloss.
Channeling Tyra, Fierce Lip Gloss.
And finally, ignite passion that will never go out with Fuego Lip Gloss.
Johanna Morillo, born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, has found a home in the world of Social Communication and Social Media, where she works and finds balance in/with all her interests. She graduated from the Universidad Santa Maria in 2008 with a degree in print Journalism, pursuing the ideals of living and working as a writer. Read More...
While juggling internships, she got her first serious job with Cadena Capriles, a Venezuelan media conglomerate. She later became Content Editor and writer for Complot Magazine, a long-standing publication with presence in Caracas and Miami, writing articles about fashion, art, technology, literature, music, movies, and interviewing many influential people. Her opportunities eventually led her to become Editorial Coordinator of On Time magazine, where she explored the source of Haute Horlogerie, the art of watch making.
Johanna is currently an independent freelance writer with a blog under the alias name Joy Ride. She writes for different publications, such as UB, Estética y Salud, Vida Gourmet, in-flight magazines Aserca Report and SBA Report along with others, on health, fitness, beauty, fashion, food, travel and other pleasures of life.
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