As a Freelance Makeup Artist with 25+ years of industry experience, I have been fortunate enough to work coast-to-coast on multiple projects providing make-up, tattoo cover up, out-of-kit SFX makeup and on-set hair styling for film, TV, music videos, commercials, print and more!.
Halloween is almost here and if you didn't get around to figuring out a costume, here are a few quick and easy ideas that you can recreate from home. So scrounge around your closet, grab your makeup bag and get creative!! Detective Hollywood Glamour Bonnie and Clyde Red Carpet Celebrity 40's Retro Boho Goddess
Dia de los Muertos Ultimate Warrior Punk Rocker Harlequin Clown Red Devil
It makes me so happy when my beautiful brides send me love notes. Here is one from Jennifer M., married September 8 2013 in St. Augustine. It truly was a pleasure being part of her special day!
"Stephanie was AMAZING! She came to me, she was on time, and she did a fantastic job. My bridesmaids and I looked beautiful. I was glad I still looked like me though. And the make-up held all day. Sooo satisfied with her service!"
Mineral Makeup. There are oodles of brands available, all sporting claims of why their product is better than traditional makeup. Let's "dig" into the real deal of mineral makeup. The main fact is, all makeup is comprised of minerals. Say what? That's right, all makeup is made from minerals. Take a look at your cosmetic ingredients and you will find they contain the same list of items; dioxide, zinc oxide, mica, iron oxides, etc. Mineral makeup ingredients do not come directly from a mine, become crushed and poured into containers. Ingredients such as zinc oxide are synthesized in a laboratory setting and titanium dioxide is extracted and purified in the lab. These minerals are not safe to be used in their natural state as a cosmetic. They contain things like lead and mercury which we certainly wouldn't want to use on our skin. There are no health benefits to using mineral makeup and you can experience the same irritation and problems as any other makeup ingredient.…
Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and around the world in other cultures. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for, and remember friends and family members who have died. It is particularly celebrated in Mexico, where it is a national holiday. The celebration takes place on November 1 and 2, in connection with the Catholic holidays of All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day. Sugar Skull designs for Día de Muertos
This Saturday, October 5th, 2013 5pm-10pm Join the staff of Inflicting Beauty and Finn's Beachside Pub at the annual Tattoo for Pink charity event Live Music - Giveaways - Tattoos! Visit: www.inflictingbeauty.com