I was asked questions from renowned bloggers about Face with a Heart: Mastering Authentic Beauty Makeup from the perspective of their blogs point-of-view.
Each day leading up to the Amazon launch of Face with a Heart on Tuesday June 2nd, we will feature their blogs.
Please take a moment to check out this great variety of bloggers as I lean passionately towards Amazon launch day Tuesday June 2nd.
Led by creativity coach, Laughter Yoga teacher and artful story catcher, CALLIE CARLING – herself a cancer warrior goddess – we serve to empower women who feel ‘less than’, particularly those scarred by the word Cancer in some way.
With knowledge comes power. We use a variety of therapeutic art practices and sociotherapeutic tools to help you reconnect to your own wisdom and to elevate and enhance your physical, emotional and spiritual (whole-self) wellness.
Friday May 29 2015
W hat: Virtual blog tour
Who: Blog host – Callie Carling – Cancer Goddess
When: Friday May 29 2015
Where: Go to cancergoddess.co.uk
29th of May 2015
CHRIS SCOTT, M.A. is the creator of San Francisco-based Makeup Gourmet®. Over his nearly 30-year career, in addition to doing makeup for top models from every corner of the planet, he also had the honor of working for legends like Paul McCartney, US Vice President Al Gore, Shirley Temple Black, Maya Angelou and Olympic Gold medalists Oksana Baiul and Kristi Yamaguchi. He was the creator and host of the TV show ‘Makeup Gourmet’ from 2008 – 2010. He was a leading Chanel Beauté national artist for over two decades, and is also the creator and guest teacher of Fashion Makeup at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. He created his unique Makeup Gourmet line to ensure his clients and the public could have access to high-quality, ethically produced, ‘green’ makeup and skincare with a low-carbon footprint. Chris is also the author of the wonderfully visual ‘how to’ book Face with a Heart: Mastering Authentic Beauty Makeup (2014), as well as Cosmetic Counter Survival Guide: How to Buy the Right Skin Care and Makeup (2003). Favorite saying that I think I made up: The grass is always greener where you water it.