Monthly Archives: November 2010

Tips on Foundation Application

Face is still one of the most difficult things for a women to do correctly. Here are some tips: 1. If you’re using a sponge, always apply with a damp sponge for two reason, a. you will use less product … Continue reading

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Aeroplane Food

I don’t know about you, but I have an awful time opening up these little packages that you get food in on the aeroplane. I have been documenting it when I remember and have my camera with me. This is … Continue reading

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A Very Memorable Trip

I had a very warm opening night of my show at the National Glass Centre with a great introduction to my presentation by Graeme Thompson the Dean of the Faculty of Art, Design and Media at Sunderland University.  It brought … Continue reading

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Off to England for my Art Exhibit

I am off to my home town of Sunderland for a show that I am very excited about that was inspired by the Seafront where I spent so much time in my youth. Here is an excerpt from a writing … Continue reading

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Eye Candy Saturday Makeup Event

Wow Laura did a great makeup on Eye Candy Saturday she transformed Gabrielle into The Anime character Asuka Langley Soryu from my book. Thalita did a great 60’s look and Gabrielle did the Cleopatra look; perfect lines, I was very … Continue reading

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A Betty Face dress on Italian Vogue Website

I have just discovered something that the stylist Ruschka Bergman just did for Italian Vogue with my Betty window Logo and Betty wrap. I love it ! Take a look and take a look at the site.

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A Great Documentary

I had a great time last night I went to see a documentary that a friend of mine produced, Jody Shields. You must go to see the documentary “Lost Bohemia” it is so great but also so sad. It is … Continue reading

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Another Cosmetic Maven Has Become An Artist

I have just discovered that Giselle De Bruchard who launched my career as a Makeup Artist by introducing me to the photographer Sammy Georges is also an Artist. A very successful one too, at the time when I met her … Continue reading

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