Check Out Mary J Blige's Gorgeous Blue Eye Make up and Straight Blonde Hair in a New Selfie
Mary J Blige teased a stunning look in a refreshing media update as she rocked perfect makeup complete with her glamorous hairstyle.
Music icon Mary J Blige brought on her A-game in her latest Instagram upload as she shared a gorgeous selfie to the delight of fans.
Blige had followers swooning with her smokey eye which gave the necessary amount of effect to her sultry look.
A CAPTIVATING LOOK
Blige’s lookbook showed her sporting flawless smokey eye makeup which included false blue lashes. She spiced up her glam with her straight blond hair, a pair of golden hoops, and a medallion-style necklace. Blige captioned:
Many fans were all over her on the timeline and they did not hesitate to lavish their pleasant thoughts on her picturesque snapshot. A fan shared, "So beautiful." Another exclaimed: "Give them facccce!" More followers showed approval with love-struck emojis.
BLIGE ON POST-DIVORCE
Many R&B fans would reckon that Blige, 49, has been through a lot on her way to attaining fame. One of the recent challenges she overcame was getting over her divorce. In 2018, she called it quits with Kendu Isaac, her manager and spouse of 13 years.
Her next body of work, "My Life," gathered more recognition and earned her her first Grammy Award.
At the time, Isaacs had demanded a $13,000 monthly spousal pay. These days, Blige seems to be over the trying times and her lousy divorce. Once in an interview, the 49-year-old mentioned that she was happy to be able to look back at all that happened and feel relief.
Over the years, Blige has amassed acclaim with her smooth-sailing sounds and ballads. The star also doubles as a well-decorated Hollywood star.
When Blige started acting, she was already known to music lovers. Despite this, she was still confined to small movie roles.
The award-winning singer started her acting career with guest roles in TV shows like "Moesha." Her first significant role was in the 2001 movie, "Prison Song." After a brief break, she returned to act alongside Jennifer Hewitt in "Ghost Whisperer."
FACTS ABOUT BLIGE
The New York-born music icon grew up in the Bronx and witnessed a troubled childhood. Growing up, she witnessed violence, drugs, and alcohol.
The singer’s mom suffered domestic violence at the hands of her dad before moving away. When things became worse, Blige found solace in music and church.
In her teenage years, Blige made a demo of Anita Baker’s “Caught Up in the Rapture” which was her stepping stone to stardom.
She was signed to Uptown Records in 1992. Her first album, "What’s the 411?" was a huge success. Her next body of work, "My Life," gathered more recognition and earned her her first Grammy Award.