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Questions Most Frequently Asked 

1. When did you first become interested in makeup?

Like any girl, I was pretty much always interested in makeup, I think. For as long as I can remember I was getting into my mom's makeup bag, sitting at her vanity and putting on her makeup. 

2. Did you go to school for this?

No. Everything that you see today is all self-taught through practice, experimentation and lots of reading and researching. It is something I am passionate about and feel an urge to constantly learn more and do more. 

3. What brands do you use?

The beauty world is constantly changing, adding new lines and products. I find it important to try out many different products, both affordable and high end. While I like to shop on a budget, when working with my clients, my focus is quality. In my freelance kit you will find products by brands like: MAC, Nars, Benefit, Too Faced, Urban Decay, Smashbox, Anastasia, Kat Von D and others. 

4. What is your advice to a beginner with makeup who wants to learn more?

Practice truly does make perfect. You won't nail that cat-eye in one try, but after a few weeks of daily practice, you will have it down! Also, YouTube! If there is a beauty related question or specific makeup look you're looking for steps on how to complete, I guarantee YouTube has it. 

5. How can I learn to do that Smokey Eye/Cover a pimple/Make my eyes stand out (etc.)?

As previously mentioned, YouTube is such an amazing source for information! You can just look up "Smokey eye look" in its search engine and within seconds there will be about 500 different options for you to choose from. Right at your fingertips! First stop, my channel!

For any other questions or inquires, please send me a message on Facebook or Email

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