Fashionability 101: The Top 10 Steps to Accessible Makeup with Positive Eye Part 1

Greetings Everyone!
Welcome back to Fashionability! Today we wanted to introduce to you our new series Fashionability 101 a series which will talk about everything you need to know in fashion, beauty and styling.
The first episode is brought to you by Gwyn McCormack from Positive Eye an educational resource for those supporting visually impaired children and young people in the UK.
Over the years Gwyn has developed a course on the top ten steps for how to apply your makeup with sight loss and today she brings it to the channel in a two part segment.
The first part will feature Gwyn talking about the top brushes and equipment that you need in order to apply your makeup, listen for more information and don’t forget to stay tuned for part two!

Where to Find Positive Eye
Website: http://www.positiveeye.co.uk
Telephone: 07947 571559
Email: gwyn@positiveeye.co.uk
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Positive-Eye/318495286874
Twitter: @PositiveEyeLtd

One thought on “Fashionability 101: The Top 10 Steps to Accessible Makeup with Positive Eye Part 1”

  1. Great post, thanks! As a skincare consultant, I was particularly pleased to hear Gwyn suggest cleansing and moisturising before applying makeup. I always tell my clients that good makeup starts with good skincare! Might I suggest though that a toner might be better for daily use rather than an exfoliater. Exfoliaters can damage the skin if used too often or too harshly. Whereas a toner prepares the skin for moisturising by balancing the PH of the skin. Might I also suggest a primer, as this stops the foundation from going into the pores, provides a lower friction surface making foundation easier to apply, and helps foundation stay on longer. I can’t wait for part 2!

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