Hi Boo, thank you for stopping by to my small beauty page. As first responders, we women tend to slowly lose our femininity when it comes to beauty because some agencies don’t allow us to wear makeup. As a woman out in the field, we’re expected to prove and survive in a profession that’s traditionally been a man’s job. Ladies who are we kidding, we are no longer in the 18th century and the number of women in today’s male-dominated workforce is slowly shifting. I simply love it, women can also be bad-ass as men because we’re confident that our job performance is making a positive difference in today’s society. What can you expect to read about? I created beauty lounge to share all kind of beauty products I’ve tried, tested and love especially makeup. I’m not a professional makeup artist, but I’ve learned the basic of beauty and want to share how to incorporate it into our everyday lives as first responders. I know working long demanding hours sometimes take the privilege of knowing what’s new and trendy in the beauty world. I’m here to show you step by step whats new, whats old and whats not great.
Let me know as a first responder what has worked for you and has not.
15 Must have Sweat-Proof Drugstore Makeup for Vacation
When I traveled with my girlfriends I was a chronic over packer. I was that chick that brought way more clothes and shoes I could possibly need for a short trip, you would think I was going to be traveling for months. Between my best friend and I, we were like Lucy and Ethel. As for makeup that was another story, I would carry a whole caboodle filled with makeup, in which of course came with a lot trial by error.
10 Must have Make up Brushes for Beginner
When I first got into makeup I had no idea, what I was getting myself into and I absolutely knew nothing about makeup brushes. I would use one brush I bought from Avon and the sponge applicator some of the eyeshadow came with. Sorry ladies without truly revealing my exact age 😫, makeup has come a long way.