Say Hello to Katelyn, my sister in law and makeup artist/lash girl extraordinaire! I met Kate almost 12 years ago when we both worked together, she worked at a makeup counter and I sold engagement and wedding rings! We instantly clicked and started working together on photo shoots and projects as we were both building our businesses. Since then we have worked together on hundreds of shoots and weddings and editorials, she is my go-to gal for all things makeup and now she has opened her very own Lash studio in upper Yucaipa! If you are in need of lashes, your makeup done or any other treatments, contact her today! She is fab!
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Here is what she had to say:
Makeup and lashes found me, and my love for it was created by what I see it do for the women I am so lucky enough to work with. Us as females aren’t always the easiest on ourselves and by helping women feel her absolute best by showing her just how beautiful she is by bringing forth her natural beauty is what has become to drive me. My work has opened up so many new friendships and real connections with some of the most talented females in the industry. The old saying is right, find what you love and you never have to work a day in your life, and the further I get into my business, I find myself growing not just as a female entrepreneur but growing and loving and finding myself every step of the way. Being able to make life connections with so many different people in all stages of life is the most favorable aspect of my work. Being able to see; blushing brides before they walk down the aisle, soon-to-be first time mothers bursting with excitement to welcome their new baby girl or boy, young girls getting ready to head off to there last dance, moms sending their sons off to marry the girl of his dreams, grandmothers, aunts, sisters all celebrating a day or moment in their life that shall be remembered forever. All these incredible milestones in people’s lives and I’m able to be there to help them feel their utmost selves. These moments, people and stories are what makes my work no longer work.