Makeover of the Month: Karen

Makeover of the Month: Karen

Makeup by Taylor Compton
Taylor started by applying a moisturizer followed by primer. To help eliminate under the eye baggage Taylor used a peach primer under Karen’s eyes. Mineral based powder was then used and blended down her neck. To help give definition Taylor used concealer on Karen’s cheek bones. To finish the look off a Rose Gold highlighter, Barbie Pink blush and a nude lip liner with a peach lip gave Karen a rich new look.

Color by Toni Tucker
Karen asked for some carmel highlights which is incredibly enticing, so Toni did an all over highlight with redkin blonde dimensions with 20 vol developer and tones with a 7nw and 8n in Redkin shades eq.

Cut & Style by Rachel Rafferty
Rachel trimmed Karen’s hair and kept it the perfect length for her fine hair type, which looked best at shoulder length. She then gave her lots of layering to help give it beautiful movement around the neck and face.

Photography by Jeff Stephens
Jeff is from Highland Village and has been doing photography for about 8 years which has been his passion. He has identical twin boys that are 8 that he loves and adores. To get in contact with Jeff for photography call 972.900.7477.

Want to be the next Makeover? Email cloud9salon@cloud9salon.com and tell us why you deserve it!


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