I’m thrilled to finally give the guys some tips they requested! Yes, believe it or not- I have had several guys ask me to do a webisode on makeup for camera! With all the HD video cameras today, even the guys need to apply makeup to hide imperfections and get rid of shine. My go-to-girl, Vio Meyners of www.violetartistry.com gives us 3 simple steps any guy can do!
New webisodes coming up! What topic would you like discussed?
Thank you all for supporting SOS. Remember we are all here with the common goal of helping one another be the best we can be! Like my dear friend Brooke Barlow said- “Women (and men) have to look good, to feel good, in order to do good..and we all want to do good”.
Confidence is a must have accessory! Never leave home with out! Love, Beauty + Inspiration, Tiff
Thank God for Tara Dowburd-Luftman of Makeup Therapy! In Part 3 of her 5 Minute Face, TDL shows us how to apply the RIGHT TYPE OF POWDER & BRONZER. I found out I’ve been doing it all wrong for about 15 years now!
Tara recommends translucent powder without color to set and get rid of shine. I’ve been using a “dual finish” powder and always looked like a grease-pit by the middle of the day. PLUS, she recommends using a bronzer without shimmer in it. Yep, I had that wrong too!
Her top pick for translucent powder is by LAURA MERCIER,
For bronzer she loves BOBBI BROWN,
For more on Tara and her services, http://www.makeuptherapy.com.
She also has a fun blog! Check it out!
Whether it’s running errands, heading to yoga or dropping the kids off at soccer practice…taking the time to apply just a little makeup could make or break your day! I am so honored that the talented and sassy, Tara Dowburd-Luftman, creator/owner of Makeup Therapy, stopped by the closet to share her brilliant tips with us. YOU ARE GOING TO LOVE HER! She gives us her step-by-step plan for applying a basic face in ONLY 5 MINUTES starting in Part 1 with the EYEBROWS!
WATCH PART 1 of the 5 MINUTE FACE:
For more on TDL and her services, go to www.makeuptherapy.com
Special thanks to talented & creative Sarah Natasha Photography for helping us tape this series with TDL.
For more on Sarah, go to www.sarahnatasha.com