The ‘Love & Hip-Hop ATL’ Glam Squad Gives The Scoop On The Ladies’ Hair And Makeup Secrets!

Whatever your thoughts on “Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta,” there’s no denying the show’s hot hair and makeup looks—especially the ones the ladies rocked on the reunion show. So we went straight to the source to get the scoop on the products used (and some behind the scenes tea). And if you thought reality TV’s most glamorous crew was filled with divas and larger than life egos, think again.

We dished with Tekoa Hash, glam team coordinator of “Love & Hip-Hop,” and co-owner of The Teknique Agency, and the rest of the LHHA glam team. Check out the highlights here!

 

 

On creating looks for the show…

Tekoa Hash: “As a team we switch up, but talking specifically about the reunion show I did K. Michelle’s makeup. Tristan Blake did Joseline and Karlie as well as Shay Johnson. Jonathan did Mona [Scott Young], Neema did Erica and Mimi. Alex did Momma Dee and Rasheeda and Ariane. For hair Gabi did Rasheeda and Erica. Charzetta did Mimi and Karlie’s hair. [Tymothe did Joseline's hair].”

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  1. says:

    Tymothe is amazing!

  2. says:

    the make up is always on point & most of the time so is the hair.

  3. says:

    I did not like monas eyemakeup i must admit. The colors were mismatch

  4. says:

    What on Earth died on Buckeey’s head?????

  5. says:

    Who would ever want to take note from these typical sewer rats. Yikes.

  6. says:

    UUMMM, WHATS THE DIFFERENCE FROM VICTOR & STEVIE J? VICTOR WAS ACTING OUT A SCRIPT AND THTS STEVIE J’S SORRY LIFE!!! WTH?

  7. says:

    I wish I had the opportunity to do their hair and makeup not that it dont already b on I just wish my incredible talents were seen in a bigger city!

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