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

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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

Changing Perceptions: Introducing Our New Contributor Vicky Kuhn

Posted in Audio, and Changing Perceptions

Greetings Everyone!
Today on Fashionability we would like to introduce you all to the newest member of the Fashionability family, Vicky Kuhn. Vicky has been an avid blogger, disability campaigner and writer and now she joins us to discuss her blogging, her love for fashion and her views on the fashion industry and their perception of disability.

In The Loop On The Scary Subject of Salad

Posted in In the Loop

Cue the creepy music…It’s time to discuss a very…scary…subject. Sometimes, the very thing we think we are doing in support of a healthy diet may actually be frighteningly misguided. Marana and Laura discuss this chilling reality and ways in which to guard against this monstrous dietary myth. Tune in for some real eye-opening nutritional information that is sure to scare the living daylights out of you! Have a happy and safe Halloween!

Changing Perceptions: An Interview with Stephanae McCoy Blogger at Bold Blind Beauty

Posted in Changing Perceptions

Greetings Fashionability Listeners!

Welcome back to another episode of Changing Perceptions, the series that aims to showcase inspirational people, organisations and charities who are helping to revolutionise the way that the fashion industry perceives and caters to people with disabilities.
In todays episode co founder Emily caught up with
Stephanae McCoy,

blogger at Bold Blind Beauty. Join them as they talk all things beauty, fashion and lifestyle and here Steph’s story on how she is blogging to make fashion more accessible.
All Steph’s and our social links can be found below.

Where to Find Steph
Blog: http://boldblindbeauty.com
Email: boldblindbeauty@gmail.com
Twitter: @StephanaeVMcCoy
Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanaevmccoy

Where Else to Find Fashionability
Email: fashionabilitychannel@gmail.com
Website: https://fashionabilitychannel.wordpress.com
Twitter: @inclusivestyle
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/fashionabilitychannel?ref=br_tf Facebook
Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1552552951635
iTunes Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/fashionability/id920900206?mt=2

Just a flash of All That Glitters: Join Laura for a little bit of sparkle

Posted in All That Glitters

Hi friends, Laura here. This mini post is simply a brief introduction to one of the regular Fashionability segments I’m calling All that Glitters. We’ll post a full episode soon, but I wanted to give you a quick heads-up as to what you’ll hear on the show. You can send your jewelry questions to fashionabilitychannel@gmail.com by writing “All That Glitters” in the subject line. Also, you can check out my Elegant Insights Braille Creations at www.elegantinsightsjewelry.com. Join me to talk about how to buy, how to wear, and how to care for your bling things. Sparkle on!

Get your attitude on: An interview with Badass Wheelchair Guy Alan Chaulet

Posted in Badass Abilities

Living Paintings are Changing Perceptions with Touch to See Fashion

Posted in Changing Perceptions

Information on the Charity 

 Living Paintings is a charity based in the UK who are producing tactile guides and images with audio descriptions to make the visual arts and visual culture accessible to people with sight loss of all ages.

Please Note: The charity offers a free library service to all of its members, to find out how to become a member please contact the charity directly via the details below.
Tweet and share this under the #changingperceptions

Where to Find Living Paintings

Website: http://www.livingpaintings.org
Telephone: 01635 299 771
Email: info@livingpaintings.org
Twitter: @livingpaintings
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LivingPaintings
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/libraryofficer
Fashion Discovery Hub: http://www.livingpaintings.org/discovery-hub/fashion/
Donate: http://www.livingpaintings.org/how-you-can-help/to-donate

You’re In the Loop with Marana Weber

Posted in In the Loop

Emily Davison Co Founder Interviews Laura Legendary

Posted in Interviews

Laura Legendary Co Founder Interviews Emily Davison

Posted in Interviews