Inspirational Notes & Quotes
Julie B. Hill - Founder
joy in living is a woman’s best cosmetic." - Rosalind Russell
Beauty & Cosmetics
Julie B. Hill
A woman can enhance her beauty by learning to bring out
her best features. Starting with a genuine smile, this is where true beauty
Next, is to learn how to enhance your best features with the right
cosmetics and techniques. It is important to become educated on the ingredients
in the products you use.
Our skin is the largest organ of the body. The
products we apply on our skin matters Big Time.
To learn more about some 2018 make-
up & skin care tips, attend our “4th Annual Inspired Thinking's Boat
Cruise” on Lake Minnetonka, Sunday May 20 from 10:00 am-2:00 pm. We are excited to share some of our favorite tips with you!
We also have a Fantastic Wardrobe & Image Consultant, Carol Osness, who will be
sharing her expertise with us! I am excited to learn from her!
Beauty/Cosmetic Tip: Invest
in good quality makeup brushes they will make application easier and you will
achieve a more polished-look! - HOPE TO SEE YOU ON THE BEAUTY BOAT CRUISE!
Vitalia Bryn-Pundyk Co-Owner
fashion, and I love changing my style, my hair, my makeup, and everything I've
done in the past has made me what I am now. Not everyone is going to like what
I do, but I look back at everything, and it makes me smile.” – Victoria Beckham
Business & Make-Up
Vitalia Bryn-Pundyk, M.Ed/DTM
Whether you are earning a minimum wage or the salary of a
top level executive, it is clear that many women are pressured into wearing
makeup at work and cosmetics can be very expensive.
But is it really necessary to invest in a lot of make up,
particularly when the best day-time look for most women in a professional
setting is to keep it looking very light and natural?
Women who work in service roles are particularly susceptible
to the pressure to wear makeup — Often their managers and bosses require them
to have a polished and professional look from head to toe not only in their
wardrobe choices, but also in their cosmetic look.
I believe that while make up can enhance your look, there is
no need to go heavy on the make up with dramatic or glamorous looks that my not
be appropriate in the workplace. Keep in
mind that “work – ready” make up is very different from “date-ready” make
up. You do not need to buy a lot and it
does not need to be very expensive.
Basic business –like make up includes: eyeliner, mascara,
foundation, blush, and lip gloss – that’s really all that is necessary to look
and feel your best on any job.
Looking our best can be very time consuming and so it is
important to have a simple day time make up routine that can get you out the
door quickly. Each morning that I wake
up and look in the mirror, I repeat my
business make up mantra: KISS (keep it simple sexy!)
Business/Make- Up Tip: Be
sure to wash your face and remove make up every night before going to bed –
research shows our faces age 13 days for every night we sleep with our make up