On Monday, August 10th at 3 pm PST I’ll be teaching a makeup class for BIPOC Beauty School Class on natural color correcting and contouring. Don’t miss out because I’ll be giving away a few gift bags filled with some of the products used in the class! Make sure you register and tune in.
We’ll walk through a step by step lesson on what color correcting and contouring are using the color wheel and how to correct and contour with a lighter hand. This will be followed by a flawless and natural foundation and makeup application.
All the products will be from Black-owned beauty companies and I’ll introduce my class to these products as well. Get your spot!
In my 20+ year career as a professional makeup artist, I’ve worked with countless models and celebrities. And while I do continue to work with women and men of all ages, in the last number of years, I have found my niche working with the younger generation and finding the best products that work for them. A few years ago, I wrote a post that listed my favorite kid-friendly beauty products and while those still are staples in my kit, I’ve written an updated version of my top 10 beauty products for teens. A version 2.0, if you will! Keep reading to see a few familiars and some newbies that have made their mark in my kit!
Spring has sprung and that can only mean one thing-—it’s time for a new makeup edit! This week I will be taking over Our Beauty Edit’s IG and blog and will be letting her audience know what my top 5 spring beauty products are. Scroll through to see what the fuss is all about and stock up on some of my faves.
Almost every day we’re being reminded of how important it is to clean, disinfect, and sanitize everything around us in order to stay healthy and safe from the risk of spreading germs. We’ve gotten used to regularly sanitizing our homes and repeatedly washing our hands to keep our families and friends safe. But, have you ever considered the importance of sanitizing your beauty products?
For makeup artists who work in such close proximity to our clients, if we’re not careful, there’s the possibility of passing along harmful bacteria and germs that could lead to pink eye, cold sores, and even mites. Eww! With the COVID-19 pandemic in front of us, we’re reminded how important it is to keep our products and the working environment extremely clean and sanitary. Looking ahead for the beauty industry, this will be a top priority.
It’s not a question whether we should be sanitizing our beauty products for professional or personal use, the question is, what is the right way to sanitize? In this post, I’ll share some of my best practices and tips on how to sanitize your beauty products. Let’s start!
This Friday at 12 pm, I’m chatting on Instagram Live with Bridgid Coulter of @the.blackbird.house for their Flyness Fridays series. The BlackBird House is a shared workspace that connects all women through wellness, creativity, and activism. I’ll be giving an easy brow tutorial and sharing about a few of my favorite products!
I’m excited to be a part of this series and hope to see you there. Tell a friend (or two)!