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Project Makeover Part Three: Hair and Makeup

Angela Richart

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After tanning and shopping there were learning the basics of makeup and getting my hair professionally done. Our style and fashion guru, Lizz Cornett took me under her wing for the makeup training. I have fiddled with makeup off an on since high school, but never mastered it. I completely suck at keeping my eyelids still while applying eyeliner, and I never touched bronzer or concealer. I will probably never be a master of contouring, but I now have a grasp of how to cover up blemishes for the most part. I have learned that a lot of makeup mastering is just to play around and try new colors and styles. There are also so many online tutorials to explore when I have the time. However I’ve learned that sometimes my best look is au natural.

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Getting my hair dyed was also a fairly new experience for me. My hair was highlighted once and later dyed a reddish brown, but this was the first time going darker. I loved it. The service at the Simply Unique Salon was amazing, and the color turned out exactly as I wanted it to.

So to wrap up my makeover I will say this. Ladies, it does feel great to look the best that you can; however, don’t change too much about yourself. I found that I missed the long hair I used to have in high school, and the makeup doesn’t hide who you really are. It was a lot of fun to learn about style and fashion, but the fact of the matter is that there is so much out there that is more important to me, and my life is so busy that try as I might, it is never going to be a big part of who I am.

So gals, don’t worry if you are like me and never mess around with makeup or have much of a fashion sense, you are beautiful just the way you are! If you ever feel like you want to broaden your horizons, there are experts out there who would love to help you with your new look.

 

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I would like to take this time to thank the lovely individuals at  318 On The Avenue, Velocity Tan and Simply Unique, your expertise and friendly service was a big motivation for me to look my best. I would also like to thank Lizz Cornett for giving me so many tips and advice and encouraging me to keep going.

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Angela Richart, Editor-in-Chief
Staff Job Title: Editor-in-Chief—- Major: Mass Communications Hometown: Oakdale, NE About: I graduated from Elgin Public High School and this is my second year here at Northeast. I’m very excited to be “The Boss”  in charge of The Viewpoint. I love reading, writing and jamming out to almost every genre of music there is, from...
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Project Makeover Part Three: Hair and Makeup