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Makeup Tutorial Deola Adebiyi creates 'PCOS' awareness with new makeup look

Deola Adebiyi creates awareness for PCOS with new makeup look and it's a must try...

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Deola Adebiyi of Omogemura is highlighting Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) in her new video and it's a must try.

PCOS is a leading cause of hormonal imbalances, it causes period problems and makes getting pregnant difficult as it affects fertility as well with more ladies faced with the syndrome in recent time. The health issue is one that women should know about!

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The beauty blogger decided on a makeup look to highlight PCOS with September as the awareness month while sharing bits of personal experiences as well (she has PCOS). Adebiyi created a makeup look in teal hue and it's one to try out (as a look and to show support for ladies with PCOS)

Weird mood swings, excessive hair growth, weight gain, lack of ovulation, insulin resistance where you won't be able to break down sugar in your body and more are common symptoms of the condition.

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Deola Adebiyi shares experiences with PCOS, creates a makeup look

"September is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness month and as someone who has PCOS, I thought it would be great to create a video talking about PCOS and create awareness about it. I also created a teal-based makeup look to go along with it -teal is the official PCOS awareness colour" Adeola Adebiyi revealed the inspiration behind the tutorial.

Watch the video to learn about PCOS and of course a teal based makeup look!

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