My favorite part of my job is discovering the uniqueness of each woman. It's one of the reasons I love working with families.
Over Christmas break I had the most fun with the Whitcomb family. I've known Lisa (mom) for over 3 years as our family pediatrician. My Emalyn (3) loves Dr. Lisa, and Eliza and Eleanor will learn how awesome she is once they're no longer terrified of everyone). She's given me the amazing gift of confidence as a mom so it was my pleasure to share tips and tricks with her and her daughters on how to bring out their individual beauty.
Gabi needs very little makeup to begin with so we focused on simple steps that can take her from kid to teen.
Savannah wants lots of options so she can change it up from an early class to going out with friends.
Lisa is pretty minimal with makeup already, focusing on her eyes mostly. With her eye shape, all that work was never seen. Instead, we went with a little highlight for her cheeks, black mascara to define her eyes and pink gloss for color.
Savannah, 19 - wants to look like a college student vs younger
the makeup - loose mineral foundation | deep brown bronzer | light peachy pink blush | medium brown shimmer eye shadow | black shadow for tightline | medium pink lip gloss | mascara
Gabi, 14 - wants simple, quick, young and fresh
the makeup - concealer with tea tree oil for the occasional breakout | tinted lip balm | mascara
Lisa - no breaks during the day to eat, let alone retouch makeup.
the makeup - loose mineral foundation | deep brown bronzer | medium warm pink lip gloss | mascara with a narrow, dense brush