Make-up is not my strong suit but custom suits are, see what I did there? I called in an expert to teach us a minimal make-up routine. If you are looking for a simple way to spruce up your face for every day or a special day, look no further. This is a 6 or 7 step, easy-to-follow, product guide for makeup novices.
Please allow me to introduce our guest blogger:
Madison Cardoza is a San Diego-based makeup artist and the founder of King Cardoza Studio– Makeup Artistry for real women of all ages. Madison has been in the beauty industry for over 14 years and specializes in commercial and wedding makeup. In her spare time, Madison is a major hippie! She’s in the process of buying a small farm in Oregon where she and her family will live off the land and raise livestock (what a badass, right?) Be sure to check out Madison’s beauty and motherhood blog launching on February 1st, where she will share beauty tips and tricks!
Thank you, Madison, for this post, I will personally be buying almost all of these products.
If ten minutes is all your primping time allows, we’ve got you covered – this is the Ultimate Makeup Guide for Minimalists. The products listed below are multi-tasking, high-performing and guaranteed to have your bathroom drawer clutter free.
Boy oh boy! Don’t we all love a multi-tasking product? I know I do and this one is my jam. A primer, moisturizer, foundation, and sunscreen all bundled into one. This formula evens your skin tone and imperfections but you won’t even notice you’re wearing it because it’s lightweight and comfortable.
Christmas is only 4 days away, keep these 5 pieces handy to create an outfit for almost any occasion.
- Black Jeans
I used to think that personal stylists were only relevant for people who walked down red carpets. Then I thought they were only for people with millions of dollars. Then I became one and hired one and now I think that everyone should hire a personal stylist at least once in their life. BECAUSE IT’S SO FUN!
Bust out your pants with the elastic waistband because turkey is comi’n to town!
Here are three outfit inspiration ideas that will keep you comfortable and stylish on the day of gratitude.
Flannel makes me think of lumberjacks, Kurt Cobain, J.Crew and Birkenstocks.
During a stroll through Gompers Park, this is what I wore.
Action shot. I am not a natural in front the camera but can’t you just hear “put on a happy face” by Tony Bennett when you look at this photo?
Put on a happy face!!!! And a flannel…….and a blazer.
Photos by my dear, talented friend Abbey