I share a lot on my blog, but what you may not know is that I was a highly sought-after makeup artist back in the 80's. As you can see, I specialized in makeup for men (my dad in particular), and preferred to have my clients comfortable- so I'd just have them lay on the floor. You'll notice that I was a diligent worker... I'd keep going even after they feel asleep! Another key to success is using high quality products- made entirely of plastic. It's hard to mess up when there's no real product in the various containers and tubes! Also, I had my PR team at the ready- always snapping pics of me at work. There you go- those are my keys to success as a makeup artist!
Hope you got a laugh out of this quick post! I'm on the go today, but wanted to share this pic of me & dad that my mom found this week. I'm not sure exactly how old I was here, but I definitely remember those play-makeup products! I also remember loving to look through my mom's purse in church to see what kind of makeup she was toting around :) What's your earliest makeup memory? Have a great weekend!