Nadine Lustre is makeup inspiration for Angelina King, says Joey Mead
When it comes to makeup looks, some would pattern themselves after celebrities, even imitating them down to the exact products they use.
It looks as if media personalities do the same. Joey Mead admitted that when applying makeup on her spouse Angelina King, she’d “look for similar face shapes/skin tones” and found one in actress Nadine Lustre.
“When I saw Nadine photos I’d pick up what makeup artists used for her to use for Angie..especially with brow shape/color,” Mead revealed.
When I would help my asawa with makeup, I’d look for similar face shapes/skin tones When I saw Nadine photos I’d pick up what makeup artists used for her to use for Angie..especially with brow shape/color. How beautiful & unique they are🤗 pic.twitter.com/ixae5fkIGLFEATURED STORIES
— JoeyMeadKing (@JoeyMead_King) June 9, 2018
The television host shared a side-by-side picture of morena beauties Lustre and King, and it is apparent that the two have similarities in their facial features, especially considering that both styled their long tresses in bouncy beach waves.
“How beautiful & unique they are,” she gushed.
Last September, King got excited when she met Lustre in person, calling her “my twin.”
The three celebrities also have being makeup junkies in common. Lustre released a makeup line in collaboration with Australian brand BYS, while King and Mead just released their own line with local brand Colourette in time for Pride month. King is a transwoman.
Fans were thrilled with the comparison. “They’re like sisters. Both glowing and beautiful,” said fan Arabella Abarintos (@arabellaanne8).
Another netizen, Ace (@naddiebythebae), suggested that they each try their makeup lines: “Both glowing! Hope you’d try Lustrous and hope Naddie tries your Colourette colab!”
Mead and King have been married since 2011, with the former sticking by then-husband Ian King when she decided to transition as a woman and become Angelina King in 2016. JB
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