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Friday, June 2, 2017

Model Alliance Event: Worker's Rights in NYC's Fashion Industry, June 8th, 2017

If you haven't already checked out this valuable resource available to all models in NYC then do yourself a huge service and check out the Model Alliance.  Started in 2012 by model Sara Ziff, the Model Alliance gives models a voice and fights for the rights of models of all ages in the industry.  They offer support in workplace harassment, agency/model relations including financial issues, legal issues pertaining to their modeling work and career, health and wellness, and advice for avoiding modeling scams.  Consider becoming a member and be informed about your rights as a model.  

The Model Alliance is hosting  "Know Your Rights in NYC's Fashion Industry" Thursday June 8th from 7-9pm.  Note that you must rsvp to attend:

With the recent passage of the Freelance Isn't Free Act, we want to help you understand your rights and the resources available to you.

The Model Alliance is proud to host our next workshop, Workers' Rights in NYC's Fashion Industry, presented by the Office of Labor Policy and Standards, a dedicated City resource for workplace questions and complaints. 

Given the multi-level structure of hiring in the fashion industry, many models, hairdressers, make-up artists, stylists and photographers share similar experiences with respect to financial transparency and accountability, fair contracts, and control over their work. This workshop is open to professional models and creatives working in NYC's fashion industry. Space is limited and RSVP is required.

Modeling is a business and you owe it to yourself and your career to treat it as such - be informed, be proactive and be smart!

                                               XOXO  Shelley

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Friday, May 26, 2017

"Vintage Blues" Beauty Editorial

New face Lilly stars in an exclusive summer beauty editorial "Vintage Blues" photographed by Allana Wesley White

Photography: Allana Wesley White www.allanawesleywhite.com
Makeup and hair: Colleen Stone  www.colleenstonemakeup.com
Styling: Anne Karnbrock
Model: Lilly

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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Drugstore Beauty Fav's - Budget Beauty Buys that Really Deliver

Some of the best beauty buys are not only for the budget-concious, but are products that truly deliver and are even part of many makeup artist's kit.  Your local drugstore or even supermarket can yield a beauty bounty that will leave you wondering why you would ever pay more for expensive products that do the same thing.

For my everyday makeup I prefer to look like a polished version of myself, so I use products that treat my skin, enhance my complexion, and don't veer away into a "made-up" look.  I like a natural glow that makes me look rested, refreshed, but still professional and pull-together, that can take me from work to play. 

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Here are my favorite beauty pics that I buy over and over again:

Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel with Hyaluronic Acid:  I was skeptical about this when I first tried it but now I am sold on it.  It hydrates my skin and makes it feel more plump, which means less dryness at the end of the day.  It improves the texture of my skin after application so that my makeup goes on smoothly.  

Aveeno Positively Radiant Targeted Tone Corrector:  I use this every other month or so, switching it out with my Neutrogena Moisturizer to have a more even skin tone.

Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair Eye Cream:  every blink, smile, hour staring at a blue screen, and any lack of sleep makes the delicate skin around the eye area show signs of stress more quickly.  I am using this product nightly to counteract these effects and I have noticed that my fine lines have disappeared. 

Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circles Treatment:  I don't have dark circles but a makeup artist told me that she uses this product as it compares with the top high end concealers. I am so in love with this product!  I use it all over my nose, around my mouth, along my jawline, and under my eyes.  It stays put, matches my skin tone perfectly, and I don't need to apply any foundation over it.  Buy it in bulk!

Revlon Photo Ready Powder:  this is a pressed powder that goes on without looking like powder. It doesn't make my face look too matte which is great as I like a bit of a glow, it holds my concealer in place all day, and never looks caked on.  

Rimmel Natural Bronzer Waterproof Bronzing Powder:  I have tried so many bronzing powders and most are too matte and dense, or too sparkley. It comes in natural shades that add warmth without making me look completely different from my natural color.  It can be built up for a more overall tan look by just applying more with a big fluffy brush.

NYX Tinted Brow Mascara:  the mascara wand style applicator makes it easy to apply on to my brows to both fill them in and to add depth.  It makes my brows look so much thicker than they are without going too far, and it stays put all day.

Revlon All-In-One Mascara:  I wear contacts so flaking mascara is a big no-no, and I don't have time for clumps.  This delivers making my lashes look longer and fuller.  Simple.  

I love lip balms and have them stashed in every bag.  I love Maybelline Baby Lips Moisturizing Balm with SPF 20 for everyday wear and can use it under colors to make sure I have sunscreen on my lips.  It really does make my lips the softest they can be and it never dries them out or makes them feel chapped.  When I want a tint of color for errands and such I go for L'Oreal Paris Colour Riche Glossy Balm in Pink Me Up.  When I want to look a little more polished and professional or even for evenings out, I use a nude pencil that matches well to my own lip tone.  Rimmel Exaggerate Full Color Lip Liner Definer in Epic works for me and I can either use it under lipstick or even under lip balm, depending on how strong I want the color to be.  When lipstick is in order I use L'Oreal Paris Colour Riche Collection Exclusive Lip Color in Julianne's Nude.  

Why pay more for products that can't deliver more than these do?  I'll keep that extra cash for those indulgences that are really worth it.  

                                                          XOXO  Shelley

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