There’s more to choosing the right foundation or concealer shade than simply knowing whether you are light, medium or dark. If you are blind or visually impaired, or have poor color perception, there are subtleties to foundation shades that you should know about so that you can choose the perfect color for you. This Fashionability 101 episode is for makeup beginners, or anyone who has become frustrated by trying to get their base cover shade just right. Also in this episode, learn how to get the most from your next trip to the beauty counter at your favorite department store, or from a visit to Ulta or Sephora. If you’ve been intimidated by, or have avoided wearing foundation altogether, then join Laura as she colors you beautiful with the cosmetics color education you may have been missing.
In todays Fashionability episode co founder Emily Davison interviews beauty and lifestyle blogger Sarah Alexander from the blog Sarah in Wonderland.
In this Changing Perceptions Interview Emily talks to Sarah about beauty tips, blogging and perceptions towards disability and looking good.
Where To Find Sarah
Sarah’s Blog: www.sarahinwonderland.co.uk
Sarah’s Twitter: @WonderlandBlogs
Sarah’s Facebook: www.facebook.com/wonderlandblogs
Sarah’s Instagram: @wonderlandblogs
Life can be messy, but our living or work spaces don’t always have to be. Is your bathroom vanity countertop strewn with cosmetics from end to end? Do you pull wrinkled clothes off the hangers because there are so many garments jammed into the available space? Do you become frustrated by the constant search for whatever it is you are looking for? How long do you plan to keep those high-top sneaks, circa 1985, anyway? Today’s guest is Regina Lark, owner of A Clear Path professional organizing. Regina chats with Laura about some ways in which to become better organized, and how to overcome some of the barriers to a clutter-free life.
Laura and Marana are in the kitchen offering up a sweet snack alternative for anyone seeking a guilt-free treat. You’ll need a coffee mug, one egg, 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract, 2 tablespoons of honey, 1 tablespoon of almond flour, 1 tablespoon of coconut flour, 2 tablespoons of chocolate chips, a microwave, and that’s it! Join us for another episode filled with healthy lifestyle info, and you’ll be In The Loop!
With this episode, we’re introducing “Career Wear That Works,” a new fashion topic category on the Fashionability Channel. Whether we discuss how to dress for a job interview, what to wear to an office holiday party, or defining what IS business casual, anyway? Fashionability is on the job.
Here, Laura talks with Maura Horton, the founder of Magna Ready. Maura has created a technology that enables people with physical disabilities, or anyone who needs a simple and easy dressing option to wear mainstream, stylish attire. Check out Magna Ready on Twitter or FB by following @MagnaReady or www.facebook.com/MagnaReady. Get Ready for Magna Ready!
In today’s episode co founder Emily Davison is joined by London based fashion student at Kingston University Bianca Von Stempel. Bianca is currently in the final year of her fashion degree, her designs have been featured at London Fashion Week, but theres one small difference about Bianca. She also happens to be visually impaired. Join Emily as she talks to Bianca about her love for fashion and how she is trying to change perceptions towards sight loss with her creations.
Find Out More About Bianca
Visit Bianca’s Website: www.biancavonstempel.com
Visit Bianca on Instagram: @bvonstempel
In todays episode Emily talks us through whats in fashion for this Spring Summer 2016.
Join Emily as she reports from what she saw at London Fashion Weekend and what we can expect to see in style this season.
If you’ll pardon my hijacking of Shakespeare, then you will learn how the lovely colors of rose, white, and yellow gold are achieved. Laura shares some basic info about metalurgy, and describes a few of the more well-known properties of gold. Tune in for this second episode of the All That Glitters series. Check out part 1, called When is a carrot not a vegetable? When it’s a karat, posted previously.
Laura posts the first in a short series on the properties, uses, and attributes of gold. Ever wonder what the term “karat gold” means? What are the different colors of gold, and how are the colors achieved? How is gold mined and refined? If you love gold jewelry, you will enjoy this miniseries. In part 1 of this All That Glitters sequence, you’ll learn what to look for when buying gold at retail, and what is meant by the numbers, abbreviations, and terms used to describe karat gold.
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