It doesn't matter how shaky a woman's hand is. She can still apply makeup.
Adjust your makeup to the light in which your wear it.
Whether you are sixteen or over sixty, remember, understatement is the rule of a fine makeup artist.
For makeup, a bit of blusher — what you call bronzer — a bit of an eye, and an eyelash curler.
...the Female Once-Over - a process by which one woman creates a detailed profile of another woman based upon about a million subtle details of clothing, jewelry, makeup, and body type, and then decides how much of a social threat she might be. Men have a parallel process, but it's binary: Does he have beer? If yes, will he share with me?
I didn't figure out the makeup or cute hair or clothes until oh, maybe my junior year of high school.
Crying is for plain women. Pretty women go shopping.
People can dress you the way they want, they can do your makeup the way they want, but they can never take away your voice.
I like to work in costumes, makeup, and hair that allow me tremendous freedom.