When you book a boudoir or beauty session with me, it's important that your experience is uplifting, fun, empowering, and all about YOU. One of the first things that sets the tone for you when you arrive at my studio is your hour or so in my stylist's chair. So you can understand why it's really important for me to have a team of women that makes you feel as beautiful inside as they are making you look outside!!
I wanted to interview on of the key members of my team, Rebecca Lind, Makeup Artist. Her personality is uplifting, positive, light, and fun. Most days she is laughing and giggling with my other stylist before our clients even sit down in her chair. Get to know a little bit about her today on the blog, and if you're having a session soon with me, you'll see first hand how fun she is!
How long have you been doing makeup?
I was always the little girl raiding my mothers and grandmothers makeup and putting it on thinking it was the prettiest makeup. I've always loved the way making yourself look beautiful can actually make you feel good too!
What made you want to start your business?
In college I was doing makeup for friends and friend's weddings when and decided I would take a break from school because I wasn't focused and wanted to give something fun and inspiring a try. I decided after I was getting requests for makeup jobs that I need to go to school for it. Fast track to now: I have been doing makeup for 10 years.
If you had to pick 1 thing, what is you favorite aspect of your job?
My favorite aspect of my job would be when a client is in love with the look! When they can portray what they want and I can do it for them.
What are your top 3 makeup brands?
My top 3 makeup brands that I have used and they are always in my kit would be Youngblood Mineral Cosmetics, Dinair Airbrush Makeup and Mac.
If there was a fire, what 5 makeup tools would you grab?
If there was a fire the top 5 tools I would grab in this order are mascara, concealer, brow pencil, bronzer, and lip gloss.
What do you feel is the most important facial feature to accentuate?
The most important facial feature to accent would be your skin. Skin care is the #1 key for smooth clean makeup looks. Second to this would be your eyes, you can do it simply with mascara or bold strong looks but they eyes tell the whole story.
What is one thing you're most looking forward to this year with Nichole Marie Boudoir?
The thing I look forward to the most with Nichole Marie Boudoir would be to have a positive effect on women's self talk. For her clients to take away from the experience that she is beautiful no matter what flaws she might see or feel. That beauty is completely subjective and that treating yourself with kindness and love is key.
What is the best way for people to contact you if they'd like to book your services?
For bookings 772-559-6913 or firstname.lastname@example.org
What is something very little people know about you?
Something very little people know about me would be that I love the mail..... and I have a snake that I've had since she was a baby; she is 16 years old!
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