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If you are a makeup enthusiast, a professional makeup artist or simply curious about the ins and out of $532B beauty industry, the Be Your Own Makeup Artist podcast is for you. Celebrity makeup artists, brand founders, leading makeup and beauty industry experts share insights and reflections on how makeup shapes our culture.

Natalie Setareh is an award-winning, international makeup artist, educator, and author of the book, "Be Your Own Makeup Artist ". She is a self-proclaimed beauty industry outsider who challenges the status quo and firmly believes that 'makeup is for everyone'. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
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Environmental sustainability is the responsibility to conserve natural resources and protect global ecosystems to support health and wellbeing, now and in the future. There is a massive impact on the earth from hard-to-recycle cosmetic packaging, as well as ingredients in the products that aren’t just harmful to the planet (particularly aquatic and marine life) but also to us! It really all comes down to self-regulation and making “cleaner” choices can help preserve us and the earth. There are four key things I think we can do as consumers to improve sustainability as we shop for, wear, and dispose of makeup and beauty products: 1. Build Your Own & Refillable Palettes 2. Sustainable Materials in Packaging 3. Recycling & Repurposing Cosmetic Materials 4. Sustainable, Clean, & Cruelty-Free Formulas Memorable quote from the episode "The idea of sustainability made me be more responsible. I read labels now, and I've started to research." Read the entire show notes here: nataliesetareh.com/sustainable-beauty-tips Want to ask me a question? You can head over here or even leave me a voicemail and I’ll answer your questions! If you like this episode, make sure to get on my email list to receive my monthly email newsletter. Lastly, I produce this episode free for you. SUPPORT THE SHOW: If you love the content and topic, consider supporting the show to avoid ads. You can do that here or at my Patreon account patreon.com/nataliesetareh Last but not least, let's connect :) Facebook Instagram Email: natalie@nataliesetareh.com Website Buy my book  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
In this Episode of Be Your Own Makeup Artist, I talk to Tammy Parrish about Style and Beauty for going back into the workplace. This is SUCH a fun topic! Tammy shares 5 tips on getting back to the office in style and I will share some of my fav beauty tips! Read the show notes & see all the links referenced here: nataliesetareh.com/back-to-work-style Tammy Parrish is owner of The Clothing Compass and my partner for the Create Your Signature Look program. Tammy has appeared on two other podcast episodes where we discuss hacks and DIY tips for creating your signature look. Take a listen to those after you listen to this one!  Memorable quote from the episode: "You're often tempted by a product. Once you know your signature look, you give yourself permission." Want to ask me a question? You can head over here or even leave me a voicemail and I’ll answer your questions! If you like this episode, make sure to get on my email list to receive my monthly email newsletter. Lastly, I produce this episode free for you. SUPPORT THE SHOW: If you love the content and topic, consider supporting the show to avoid ads.  Patreon Last but not least, let's connect :) Facebook Instagram Email: natalie@nataliesetareh.com Website Buy my book  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
Check out the full show notes here: https://nataliesetareh.com/your-makeup-questions-answered-pt-2 The questions I answer in this episode are:  #1 As a complete beginner, what is the best way to learn how to do makeup? [03:51] https://nataliesetareh.com/skintype #2 Do you prefer a thick eyeliner or a thin eyeliner? - Madison Moore [08:09] #3 What kind of school do you have to go to to become a makeup artist? - Olivia Jane [10:56] https://nataliesetareh.com/start-up-costs-freelance-makeup-artist/ # 4 How can I make the outer corners of my eyes look uplifted? - Daisy Mills [13:38] # 5 What is the best way to clean your makeup brushes/sponges? - Paul Lucy Savage [15:30] #6 How do you figure out how to buy the perfect concealer for your skin? - Jennifer Ghresh [18:59] # 7 How do you get rid of wrinkles around your eyes? Being 25 and having wrinkles leave me happy and insecure. Is it possible to get rid of them? - Marion Robert [23:05] # 8 What are the essential palettes for a makeup artist? - Pi Chan [25:18] # 9 Can I use foundation as a concealer, or do I need to go out and buy one? - Holly St. Clair [30:32] # 10 How long does makeup last? When do you throw away cosmetics? - Louis S. Lalic [32:28] Memorable quote from the episode: "If you put on a foundation, but you still need a lot of concealer, try a different foundation." Want to ask me a question? You can head over here or even leave me a voicemail and I’ll answer your questions! If you like this episode, make sure to get on my email list to receive my monthly email newsletter.  Want to deepen and continue this conversation? Join my Patreon to help support the content I produce! When you do, you make it possible for me to bring more beauty industry leaders onto my podcast and provide more unbiased and unsponsored advice and education! Last but not least, let's connect :) Facebook Instagram Email: natalie@nataliesetareh.com Website Buy my book  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
Makeup for mature skin has been one of the most requested topics ever and one thing has never been more true -- the demand of makeup for people with mature skin is huge and the beauty industry keeps forgetting about them in their marketing and product development -- this is unacceptable. I invited Sonia Roselli onto the show who is the perfect expert on the subject.  If you’re a makeup artist, then we already know Sonia needs no introduction but in case you didn’t know, Sonia is the queen of skin prep and the name behind the cult-favorite, Japanese made luxury skin prep line, Sonia Roselli Beauty. She’s also the founder of the Glossible network and Glossischool. An esthetician by trade and with over 30 years of experience in the beauty industry Sonia she specializes in makeup for women over 40. One of Chicago’s top makeup artists. The full show notes can be found here: The questions we covered in this episode: #1 What is mature skin? [08:36] #2 Where does one start when it comes to applying makeup on mature skin? And what are some of the most common mistakes you see both makeup artists and makeup wearers make? [10:55] #3 What are some of Sonia's favorite ingredients? [24:07] - Ceramides - helps rebuild skin barrier. Sonia's 3 tips:  1. Wash your brushes every day.  2. Start with the great cleanser  3. Rinse your face in the morning #4 What's next for Sonia? [29:25] Memorable quote from the episode: "It is not our skillset, it's really how we make people feel."  Want to connect with, or find out more about Sonia? Her website: www.soniaroselli.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/soniarosellibeauty/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/soniarosellibeauty/ Mighty Networks: www.glossiblenetwork.com Want to ask me a question? You can head over here or even leave me a voicemail and I’ll answer your questions! If you like this episode, make sure to get on my email list to receive my monthly email newsletter.  Want to deepen and continue this conversation? Join my Patreon to help support the content I produce! When you do, you make it possible for me to bring more beauty industry leaders onto my podcast and provide more unbiased and unsponsored advice and education! Last but not least, let's connect :) Facebook Instagram Email: natalie@nataliesetareh.com Website Buy my book  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
Hey everyone! This is Natalie Setareh, your makeup artist and beauty coach here with another episode with the lovely and delightful Cathi Singh. In today’s episode, we are going to dig deeper into Cathi’s journey into the field of makeup artistry, the ins and outs of assisting, how to create your own way, how to manage parenting with production, and last but not least how to approach makeup and kit organization with some #CathiHacks. Cathi has been a freelance makeup artist for 12 years, working in Los Angeles, Palm Springs and San Diego, California. She specializes in television, print, and commercial media, as well as live events. She has won 4 National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Emmy awards with the Epic Makeup team! The show notes can be found here: nataliesetareh.com/cathi-singh The topics we cover in this episode: #1 - Life as a Competitive Synchronized Swimmer [06:09] #2 - Makeup Artistry as a Career [08:12] #3 - Life as an Assistant [15:02] #4 - Parenting and Production [19:47] #5 - #CathiHacks [22:21] #6 - Favorite Makeup Set Bag Hack [28:44] Want to Connect with or Find Out More About Cathi? www.cathisingh.com https://instagram.com/cathisingh Want to ask me a question? You can head over here or even leave me a voicemail and I’ll answer your questions! If you like this episode, make sure to get on my email list to receive my monthly email newsletter.  Want to deepen and continue this conversation? Join my Patreon to help support the content I produce! When you do, you make it possible for me to bring more beauty industry leaders onto my podcast and provide more unbiased and unsponsored advice and education! Last but not least, let's connect :) Facebook Instagram Email: natalie@nataliesetareh.com Website Buy my book  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
Hey everyone! This is Natalie Setareh, your makeup artist and beauty coach here a with another episode with the one and only, Rachel Lusk. She is an agency representing commercial artists specializing in luxury bridal makeup and hair. Her bridal work has been featured in publications like Vogue Japan and Vogue Weddings. Some of her commercial clients include Anthropologie’s Bridal line BHLDN, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Tatcha, and Ole Henricksen -- to name a few. In today’s episode, we are going to dig deep into the day and life of an agency represented luxury bridal and commercial makeup artist. The show notes can be found here: nataliesetareh.com/luxury-bridal-makeup-artist The topics and questions we've covered: # 1 One of her craziest or favorite wedding stories to tell [03:48] # 2 The reader’s digest version of how she fell into the world of makeup artistry [06:40] # 3 Why did she want to be in an agency? [12:00] # 4 How does a makeup artist get into an agency? [15:25] # 5 Luxury Bridal Makeup - Perception vs. Reality [21:22] - Related info can be found in this episode: “5 Reasons Why You Need To Hire A Professional Makeup Artist” # 6 What are her goals as an artist? [26:46] # 7 What are her holy grail items and why? [29:01] -  Face Atelier Foundation, Danessa Myricks Vision Cream Cover Foundation, Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter, NARS - Radiant Creamy Concealer & Viseart Eyeshadows Memorable quote from the episode: “To be a luxury makeup artist, you have to look at the deep philosophy of how you're operating your business.” Want to connect with, or find out more about Rachel? Her website: www.rachellusk.com Instagram: @rachel.luskhmua Want to ask me a question? You can head over here or even leave me a voicemail and I’ll answer your questions! If you like this episode, make sure to get on my email list to receive my monthly email newsletter.  Want to deepen and continue this conversation? Join my Patreon to help support the content I produce! When you do, you make it possible for me to bring more beauty industry leaders onto my podcast and provide more unbiased and unsponsored advice and education! Last but not least, let's connect :) Facebook Instagram Email: natalie@nataliesetareh.com Website Buy my book  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
If you’ve ever wanted to have a signature look, this episode is for you! In this special bonus, unedited & candid episode, I share six tips on how to create and hone in on your signature look. Check out the show notes here: nataliesetareh.com/signature-look-tips Want to deepen and continue this conversation? Join my Patreon to help support the content I produce! When you do, you make it possible for me to bring more beauty industry leaders onto my podcast and provide more unbiased and unsponsored advice and education! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
Hey everyone! This is part II of the episode featuring one and only, Melissa Street. Melissa is an 8 time Emmy Award winning makeup artist for television and film - specializing in 4K, 6K and 8K Digital filming. She owns a company - Epic Makeup, and is a veteran in the industry with over 30 years experience and has worked on shows like 20/20, Larry King Live, Guidance, Playbook 360, and Nancy Grace as well as films like the upcoming Top Gun and Super Athlete, just to name a few. The show notes can be found here: https://nataliesetareh.com/makeup-career-and-technology The topics we've covered in part II of II: #1 A Step At A Time, Paying Your Dues [02:04]  https://makeupdeptmastery.com/melissa-street/ #2 Makeup And Changing Technology [11:40] #3 Melissa's Favorite Makeup Kit Hack [29:37] Memorable quote from the episode:  "Career is somethening that you build. You can't fast-track through the career process." Want to connect with, or find out more about Melissa? Her website: www.epicmakeup.com Instagram: @epicmakeup Want to ask me a question? You can head over here or even leave me a voicemail and I’ll answer your questions! If you like this episode, make sure to get on my email list to receive my monthly email newsletter.  Want to deepen and continue this conversation? Join my Patreon to help support the content I produce! When you do, you make it possible for me to bring more beauty industry leaders onto my podcast and provide more unbiased and unsponsored advice and education! Last but not least, let's connect :) Facebook Instagram Email: natalie@nataliesetareh.com Website Buy my book --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
Hey everyone! This is part I of the episode featuring one and only, Melissa Street. Melissa is an 8 time Emmy Award winning makeup artist for television and film - specializing in 4K, 6K and 8K Digital filming. She owns a company - Epic Makeup, and is a veteran in the industry with over 30 years experience and has worked on shows like 20/20, Larry King Live, Guidance, Playbook 360, and Nancy Grace as well as films like the upcoming Top Gun and Super Athlete, just to name a few. Shownotes:  Click here or go to: https://nataliesetareh.com/business-of-makeup-and-mentorship/ The topics we've covered in part I of II: #1 A Day In The Life of Melissa Street [04:31] #2 Growing her company [11:42] #3 Mentorship [27:11] Memorable quote from the episode: "I feel that young people bring joy. Sometimes they bring challenges, but most of the time they bring joy." Want to connect with, or find out more about Melissa? Her website: www.epicmakeup.com Instagram: @epicmakeup Want to ask me a question? You can head over here or even leave me a voicemail and I’ll answer your questions! If you like this episode, make sure to get on my email list to receive my monthly email newsletter.  Want to deepen and continue this conversation? Join my Patreon to help support the content I produce! When you do, you make it possible for me to bring more beauty industry leaders onto my podcast and provide more unbiased and unsponsored advice and education! Last but not least, let's connect :) Facebook Instagram Email: natalie@nataliesetareh.com Website Buy my book --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
In this episode, you’ll learn how to show up authentically in your beauty business. Kim shares her strategies of when, why, and how coaching can impact your business faster than doing it yourself as well as know when, why, and how makeup artists can retail products in a way that doesn’t label them as a “sell out”. Lastly, Kim discusses how to create consistent, compelling content that allows you to authentically connect with potentials and ideals clients on Instagram.  About Kim: As a makeup artist and esthetician since 2014, Kim trial and errored her way through social media marketing. From 2018 to 2019 she increased her sales by 200% using Instagram to both find new clients and serve as a portfolio for referral clients. Now, Kim teaches beauty entrepreneurs how to use Instagram to sell their services and products. Read the show notes here: https://nataliesetareh.com/showing-up-authentically/ Questions covered in this episode: #1 What is your elevator pitch? [04:01] #2 How do you get little rainbows everywhere in your living room? [06:46] #3 What are the pros of being an esthetician and a makeup artist at the same time, and how did you marry the two? [08:58] #4 How has coaching helped you in your personal and business life, and how did you get past the initial “ouch” factor? [14:04] #5 When did you decide that retailing was the right way to go, and how has that changed your business? [18:42] #6 How have your Instagram stories helped your brand grow, and how have they helped you build relationships? [23:51] #7 What is your favorite makeup or skincare hack? [32:02 Memorable quote from the episode: "Makeup should be fun. It should be a tool and not a mask to hide behind." If you want to know more about or connect with Kim, you can check out the following links: Her official website She’s most active on Instagram:  @kimbakerbeauty (where we met) For her coaching services, you can go here: @beautymygram Want to ask me a question? You can head over here or even leave me a voicemail and I’ll answer your questions! If you like this episode, make sure to get on my email list to receive my monthly email newsletter.  Want to deepen and continue this conversation? Join my Patreon to help support the content I produce! When you do, you make it possible for me to bring more beauty industry leaders onto my podcast and provide more unbiased and unsponsored advice and education! Last but not least, let's connect :) Facebook Instagram Email: natalie@nataliesetareh.com Website Buy my book  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
Colors evoke emotion and when you intentionally know how, when, where, and why to use certain colors over others -- you'll live a far more empowered and confident life. Learning about color theory and especially color theory and makeup, is going to elevate your look to the next level. You'll never be unprepared or second-guessing your choices. Yes, seriously! When it comes to color theory for makeup artists, there’s one name in the industry every working professional artist knows and that’s Terri Tomlinson. Terri Tomlinson is a working makeup artist, global educator and creator of The Flesh Tone Color Wheel™. She has worked in the beauty and production industries for 30 years and opened Makeup Training Academy in 2010. Terri currently travels the world teaching her new method of color theory in neutrals, works with cosmetic brands on color development and trains professional makeup artists. You can find the full show notes here.  Questions covered in this episode: #1. How did you come up with the concept of the flesh toned color wheel? [05:32] #2. What are some of the biggest misconceptions and challenges when it comes to teaching color theory? [13:50] #3. Can you suggest any exercises MUAs can do to hone in on their color theory skills during this time? [23:55] #4. Do you have any exercises or advice on how makeup lovers the world over can train their eyes better when it comes to color theory? [29:52] #5. Can you walk my listeners through how to approach color correction? [34:23] #6. [Listener question] Zana, a makeup artist based in Barcelona asks “What are your thoughts on foundation adjusters and which ones do you recommend?” [41:25]  #7. Your favorite makeup hack? [48:01] Memorable quote from the episode: "If you understand color theory and you can work it in your clients’ skin, then you know what colors look good on them." If you want to know more about or connect with Terri, you can check out the following links: makeupclassonline.com - consumer and professionals In Person Education: MakeupTrainingAcademy.com TheFleshToneColorWheel.com Makeup101.com TerriTomlinson.com Social Media Handles: TerriTomlinsonMakeup (FB, IG, TT) Want to ask me a question? You can head over here or even leave me a voicemail and I’ll answer your questions! If you like this episode, make sure to get on my email list to receive my monthly email newsletter.  Want to deepen and continue this conversation? Join my Patreon to help support the content I produce! When you do, you make it possible for me to bring more beauty industry leaders onto my podcast and provide more unbiased and unsponsored advice and education! Last but not least, let's connect :) Facebook Instagram Email: natalie@nataliesetareh.com Website Buy my book  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
I’m thrilled to have Eugenia as a guest on the Be Your Own Makeup Podcast! Click here to read the full show notes and see pictures. Questions & Topic Covered in Part Two of Two: #1 - Copycats in the Industry [03:33] #2 - Eugenia’s interesting story of how she invented her brow stencil [09:17] #3 - What’s the best, most positive, development you predict in the beauty industry coming in the next five years? [14:45] #4 - What are your tips for ageless beauty? [16:23] #5 - What 3 products from your line should every MUA have in their bag? [20:10] #6 - What’s the biggest lesson you’ve learned in your decades in the industry that you’d like to pass on to other MUAs? [21:14] About Eugenia: Eugenia’s story is an amazing evolution of a makeup artist, from drug store cosmetics counter girl to the very 1st licensed pro artist in California, to Emmy nominated celebrity artist, SENNA brand builder, teacher and mentor to professional artists, and internationally noted product innovator. A pioneer in the beauty industry, Eugenia perfected her art training with legendary Hollywood makeup artists. Film work gave her an intuitive sense of the interplay of lighting and color. She was inspired to design cosmetics with intense pigments and flawless textures that perform exceptionally in the most demanding conditions. Read more. Notable Achievements: 1) Eugenia Weston invested and her brand Senna introduced the first brow shaping kit with stencils, the revolutionary Form-A-Brow® that launched a new beauty category. 2) Eugenia Weston received an Emmy nomination for the 46th Emmy Awards Outstanding Makeup for Bette Midler’s makeup in the TV movie,  “Gypsy”. 3) In 2016 Eugenia received The Makeup Show’s  prestigious “Legendary Makeup Artist, Leader, Educator, and Business  Owner” award. 4) In 2017, Eugenia the 2017 Lifetime  Achievement Award,  in Recognition of  Extraordinary Contributions  to the Beauty Industry. Memorable Quotes from the Episode: "The thing that I feel is important right now is working with mature women." "I always look at the shape of the face as a room, and the features are the furniture." // Want to ask me a question? You can head over here or even leave me a voicemail and I’ll answer your questions! If you like this episode, make sure to get on my email list to receive my monthly email newsletter.  Want to deepen and continue this conversation? Join my Patreon to help support the content I produce! When you do, you make it possible for me to bring more beauty industry leaders onto my podcast and provide more unbiased and unsponsored advice and education! Last but not least, let's connect :) Facebook Instagram Email: natalie@nataliesetareh.com Website Buy my book  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
Shop your closet, save your money, and up level your wardrobe and makeup game with these trends this winter! Read the show notes here: https://nataliesetareh.com/at-home-style-winter/ Topics Covered in this Episode: [Tammy] - Removable Collars [Natalie] - Skincare is Selfcare [Tammy] - Tightening Our Belts [Natalie] - Warm Blushes [Tammy] - Sweater Dressing [Natalie] - Nude, Brown Lips Grab your free "Stay At Home Style" guide here!  -- Memorable Quotes from the Episode: "It’s important to figure out if you look better in cool or warm colors. What matters is what’s next to your face."  "A large belt on a small person will overwhelm. And if you are a large person and you wear a tiny belt, it looks a little bit comical." "Think of creative ways of extending the life of clothing and accessories you already have." // Want to ask me a question? You can head over here or even leave me a voicemail and I’ll answer your questions! If you like this episode, make sure to get on my email list to receive my monthly email newsletter.  Want to deepen and continue this conversation? Join my Patreon to help support the content I produce! When you do, you make it possible for me to bring more beauty industry leaders onto my podcast and provide more unbiased and unsponsored advice and education! Last but not least, let's connect :) Facebook Instagram Email: natalie@nataliesetareh.com Website Buy my book  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
I’m thrilled to have Eugenia as a guest on the Be Your Own Makeup Podcast! Click here to read the full show notes and see pictures. Questions Covered in Part One of Two: #1  - Calling to be a Makeup Artist [04:14] #2 - Seasonality of Work [16:01] #3 - When did you know you wanted to start your own line? [21:59] About Eugenia:  Eugenia’s story is an amazing evolution of a makeup artist, from drug store cosmetics counter girl to the very 1st licensed pro artist in California, to Emmy nominated celebrity artist, SENNA brand builder, teacher and mentor to professional artists, and internationally noted product innovator. A pioneer in the beauty industry, Eugenia perfected her art training with legendary Hollywood makeup artists. Film work gave her an intuitive sense of the interplay of lighting and color. She was inspired to design cosmetics with intense pigments and flawless textures that perform exceptionally in the most demanding conditions. Read more. Notable Achievements: 1) Eugenia Weston invested and her brand Senna introduced the first brow shaping kit with stencils, the revolutionary Form-A-Brow® that launched a new beauty category. 2) Eugenia Weston received an Emmy nomination for the 46th Emmy Awards Outstanding Makeup for Bette Midler’s makeup in the TV movie,  “Gypsy”. 3) In 2016 Eugenia received The Makeup Show’s  prestigious “Legendary Makeup Artist, Leader, Educator, and Business  Owner” award. 4) In 2017, Eugenia the 2017 Lifetime  Achievement Award,  in Recognition of  Extraordinary Contributions  to the Beauty Industry. Memorable Quotes from the Episode: 'The artist's eye sees what others only get a glimpse of.' - Leonardo Da Vinci "You have to have a really good eye for detail to be a good makeup artist."  - Eugenia Weston "As an artist, you always have to be evolving and learning all the different mediums and what is entailed in creating a great look for all that." - Eugenia Weston // Want to ask me a question? You can head over here or even leave me a voicemail and I’ll answer your questions! If you like this episode, make sure to get on my email list to receive my monthly email newsletter.  Want to deepen and continue this conversation? Join my Patreon to help support the content I produce! When you do, you make it possible for me to bring more beauty industry leaders onto my podcast and provide more unbiased and unsponsored advice and education! Let's connect :) Facebook Instagram Email: natalie@nataliesetareh.com Website Buy my book  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
The three things I invested in are: - New Brushes from Rephr - Skin Prep from Sonia Roselli - Glamcor Riki Skinny Lighted Mirror The episode goes into great detail about why I invested in these products. I also share in this episode some of the other big investments I've made in years past. - My website and theme (Adriatique). Powered by ShowIt and theme by Tonic Site Shop. Save 10% off your theme with them using the promo code NATALIESETAREH. - The Makeup Light. Singlehandedly one of the best investments to up level my makeup artistry game. I own 2 square panels and one eyelight. - Cultivate What Matters, Powersheets. This is undoubtedly the best "business" investment I made for 2019. I didn't buy any of the tempting swag, just the planner. Thank me later. Find the accompanying blog post here. // Want to ask me a question? You can head over here or even leave me a voicemail and I’ll answer your questions! If you like this episode, make sure to get on my email list to receive my monthly email newsletter.  Want to deepen and continue this conversation? Join my Patreon to help support the content I produce! When you do, you make it possible for me to bring more beauty industry leaders onto my podcast and provide more unbiased and unsponsored advice and education! Facebook Instagram Email: natalie@nataliesetareh.com Website Buy my book  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
In this episode, I'm answering some of the most honest and most asked questions I receive. These questions were all asked on Quora, which is, according to Quora, “a place to gain and share knowledge. It's a platform to ask questions and connect with people who contribute unique insights and quality answers.” However,  this episode is in no way, shape, or form sponsored or endorsed by Quora! So, here are your questions, tune in for the answers!  Read the blog post here: nataliesetareh.com/your-makeup-questions-answered #1 Can an eyebrow pencil be used as an eyeliner? [Amelia] #2 If I'm not wearing a foundation, do I really need a primer? [Priyanka]  #3 What is the best natural looking foundation? [Anonymous] #4 How do I wear makeup without my parents knowing? I’m a t-girl. [Dexter] #5 What are some good starter contour/highlight palettes for someone with fair skin? [Jess] #6 What is the best makeup dupe you have found? Where did you find it, and how much did it cost? [Kalee]  #7 How should a 40 year old apply makeup? [Chashi] #8 How exactly do I apply concealer? What is the best brand to buy? [Abagail] #9 What are some of the most challenging faces to do makeup on? How do you accentuate challenging features on someone as a makeup artist? What are some examples? [Angel] #10 Does using an eyelash curler really make a difference? [Holly] // Want to ask me a question? You can head over here or even leave me a voicemail and I’ll answer your questions! If you like this episode, make sure to get on my email list to receive my monthly email newsletter.  Want to deepen and continue this conversation? Join my Patreon to help support the content I produce! When you do, you make it possible for me to bring more beauty industry leaders onto my podcast and provide more unbiased and unsponsored advice and education! Facebook Instagram Email: natalie@nataliesetareh.com Website Buy my book  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
In today’s episode, I had a pleasure to host Jennifer Norman, an award winning author and regular contributor at Thrive Media - Medium, an entrepreneur, a B Corporation business leader and member of the Female Founder Collective, where we met.  Read the show notes here: https://nataliesetareh.com/inside-the-brand-humanist-beauty/ // Want to ask me a question? You can head over here or even leave me a voicemail and I’ll answer your questions! If you like this episode, make sure to get on my email list to receive my monthly email newsletter.  Want to deepen and continue this conversation? Join my Patreon to help support the content I produce! When you do, you make it possible for me to bring more beauty industry leaders onto my podcast and provide more unbiased and unsponsored advice and education! facebook.com/nataliesetareh instagram.com/nataliesetareh Email: natalie@nataliesetareh.com Website: nataliesetareh.com Buy my book at beyourownmakeupartist.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
Want to learn about the sanitation practices in the makeup world today? In this episode we dive deep into the general sanitation guidelines as well as the special ones prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s been a privilege to talk over the topic with Katrin Levi, my fellow makeup artist and a certified sanitation specialist. Here are the show notes: #1 - Is it safe to get your makeup done right now? #2 - Katrin’s thoughts on makeup artists charging more in the current situation #3 - The effectiveness of the LED lights as used for sanitation #4 - The best resources for getting educated about makeup sanitation #5 - What should a client keep in mind when hiring a makeup artist during this time? If you would like to reach out to Katrin, you can do it via her website, her Facebook or Instagram page. You can also contact her via Whatsapp: +972507525556 I’ve made a free sanitation guide and you can check it out here. If you have a beauty question you'd like me to answer in an upcoming episode, please feel free to fill out this form. // Want to deepen and continue this conversation? Join my Patreon to help support the content I produce! When you do, you make it possible for me to bring more beauty industry leaders onto my podcast and provide more unbiased and unsponsored advice and education! facebook.com/nataliesetareh instagram.com/nataliesetareh Email: natalie@nataliesetareh.com Website: nataliesetareh.com Buy my book at beyourownmakeupartist.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
This week, we're talking about doing more with less by building a Capsule Makeup Bag. You know what a capsule wardrobe is, right? My friend and fellow makeup artist Nika Ambrozic has taken this concept and applied it to makeup! Learn what the Capsule Makeup Bag is, how it works, and what we recommend you stock your bag with in this podcast episode! Grab your free capsule makeup guide from Erion Bridal link in bio here.  Products mentioned in this episode: Glowow by Ow! by Susana Dior Backstage Eye Palette Browow by Ow! by Susana You can read the full show notes right here: http://nataliesetareh.com/2019/12/20/the-capsule-makeup-bag/ If you have a beauty question you'd like me to answer in an upcoming episode, please feel free to fill out this form. // Want to deepen and continue this conversation? Join my Patreon to help support the content I produce! When you do, you make it possible for me to bring more beauty industry leaders onto my podcast and provide more unbiased and unsponsored advice and education! Don't forget to connect with me on social media: facebook.com/nataliesetareh instagram.com/nataliesetareh natalie@nataliesetareh.com nataliesetareh.com Buy my book at beyourownmakeupartist.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
This  episode outlines five of the main reasons you should make hiring your hair and makeup artist on of your top priority when planning and budgeting for your wedding. #1 All eyes are on you #2 You don't hang up pictures of your ring, invitations, and shoes (neither will your family members) #3 Good makeup artists book out in advance  #4 You makeup artist will actually be there with you, up close and personal, on your wedding day, you need to make sure you jive #5 Salons, spas, and department stores don't always have your best interest at heart (personal wedding story). I'm passport ready! If you'd inquire about my bridal services for your destination wedding, European wedding, or intimate elopement, you can check out my bridal page here or schedule a call to chat with me here.  If you have a beauty question you'd like me to answer in an upcoming episode, please feel free to fill out this form. // Want to deepen and continue this conversation? Join my Patreon to help support the content I produce! When you do, you make it possible for me to bring more beauty industry leaders onto my podcast and provide more unbiased and unsponsored advice and education! Oh, yea! And let's connect :) Here's all my stuffs:  facebook.com/nataliesetareh instagram.com/nataliesetareh natalie@nataliesetareh.com nataliesetareh.com Buy my book at beyourownmakeupartist.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nataliesetareh/support
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