“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder I agree that beauty lies in the eye of the beholder” because beauty comes from within your soul. People have born with different looks, features and having their own beauty as experimented and experienced in different ideas and tastes, so ideas on what is beautiful vary from person to a makeup artist.
The Make-Up Manual by Lisa Potter-Dixon
Head of Benefits Cosmetics and deemed as one of the UK’s top brand make-up artists, Lisa Potter-Dixon has launched her new Make-up Manual on April 14. Using her perfect experience in the industry, Potter-Dixon’s easy to follow verses tackles all kinds of beauty dilemma, from explaining what common girl can own on her face to look pretty. She explains in simple words actually involve to helping you create both natural and bolder make-up looks.
The Makeup of a Confident Woman by Trish McEvoy
Renowned make-up artist, Trish McEvoy has spent the past many years charming women with solutions to their beauty problems and in her new book she wrote with her era of 70s to tackle one of the biggest obstacles for professional women- time. With her mantra, “It’s not about having time, it’s about making time”, McEvoy will transform what you do and how you see yourself in the mirror. Trish’s commitment to products and techniques that revealed women’s concerns has inspired a diverse following and turned her company into one of the industry’s most successful independent diversified cosmetic brands.
Makeup Manual by Bobbi Brown
Perfectly Clear by Dr Nick Lowe
Face Paint by Lisa Eldridge