About 2 weeks ago Annie and I got back from our first ever trip to Brazil and it was incredible! One of the coolest things we did was to film a segment with a local celebrity named Julia Petit. She has a beauty website but also has a hugely popular show called "Base Aliada" on cable where she brings guests into her "world" to talk about beauty, fashion and all things girly and fab-O.
Pink wigs, dry ice and lab coats. For Brand Authority/Beauty Rocket Scientist, Maggie Ford Danielson, it's just another day in the life of a Benefit gal.
Annie and I just got back from another HSN show where the big star again was of course...they're real. Having eaten, breathed and slept it for the past 4 days, I thought why not do a blog post about it! For those of you who have it, it'll be a good refresher course and for those that have yet to try it...hopefully it'll tip the scale!
After 2 years on HSN and many many work photo shoots, there is one thing I've learned....the camera EATS MAKEUP. By that I mean if you want your makeup to show on camera, add as much as you normally would, and then double it. It's something to do with the bright lights and flash. It just blows everything out.
The problem is that before the new boutique in SoHo opened, I didn't have any place where I could take part in my ultimate favorite, non-essential, yet totally addicting beauty service...TINTING! Being a brunette I have brown brow and lash hair but of course I want it darker. Enter tinting. If you've never gotten a brow and/or lash tint I can understand the confusion...why not just use mascara and brow product?