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Bravo’s newest star reveals her camera-ready beauty secrets.

I’ve been going to Lil Dyer Cobbs and Cecily Hull at Seraphim Skin Care for over a year now. Their products have given me camera-ready skin. Buckhead, @seraphimskin

 

I use Trader Joe’s organic virgin coconut oil from my head to my feet! I add it to my conditioners to treat my hair, and it’s also a great eye makeup remover. $6, Trader Joe’s, @traderjoeslist

 

M·A·C RiRi Woo and Nars Funny Face lipsticks are the perfect pop of color (seen in picuture), and both have become my signature lip shades. $15, M·A·C counters, @maccosmetics; $26, Sephora, @narsissist

 

I use Sally Hansen’s Airbrush Legs onstage, the beach, on a date, you name it! It’s like having an Instagram filter on your legs in real life. $12, Target, @sallyhansen

 

My favorite beauty budget item is Neutrogena’s Wave Sonic spinning power cleanser. I use this three times a week, and it keeps my skin supersmooth. $17, Target

 

Conquering television, music and modeling is all in a day’s work for 33-year-old Buckhead beauty Africa Miranda. Most recently, you may recognize the Alabama State University alum as the star of Bravo’s latest reality series, The New Atlanta, where she’s backing up her bangin’ looks with bona fide talent via her female music group, The Lipstick Junkies. Riding high on her current success, Miranda is gearing up for a multicity tour with the Junkies—there’s even a New Year’s Eve performance in Doha, Qatar, on the books. And talk about worldly! She’s also on the campaign trail, currently as the face of a national ad campaign for Drake’s snack cakes, and several others for hair, while also penning a hair-care guide titled The Hairnista Chronicles. When she’s not taking over A-Town and beyond, find this looker at Buckhead Bottle Bar & Bistro, Eclipse di Luna and Top Flr. Here, she spills the secrets behind those curly locks.