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The makeup artist is key to the essence of style and fashion. All About Fashion Houston Edition goes deep into the history of
the Art and how to create these looks yourself. How and when to use a professional makeup artist, cosmetic line and what they offer. ALL ABOUT FASHION HOUSTON EDITION/AAFHE Terrance Johnson chats with Judy Williams makeup artist, hairstylist and photographer about the role of makeup in fashion and creating looks
Talk to the Twins Reignite your Passion 2016 Series " Decor Therapy"
Happy Holidays to you and yours!!! What are your Holiday Traditions? Are you starting a Holiday Tradition? What is a Holiday Tradition? What is your favorite song for the Holidays and why? Favorite food; those must haves. Now what will you do with all those left overs? What was your favorite gift you received? How do you say Thank You to a gift that isn't what you want? When do you take your tree down? Plus we will announce our Holiday Traditions winner and hear their Holiday Tradition.
ALL ABOUT FASHION HOUSTON EDITION/AAFHE is hosting the final podcast of the series entitled, WHAT IS FASHION WITHOUT A FACE. Fashion and a Face are intrically tied together. Through the series we've learned that creating a look is tied into lip color, contour, eyelashes, eyeshadow and all the other components utilized to enhance beauty and emphasis the features of users.
MARC HARVEY -
Marc Harvey, is a celebrated beauty expert and creator of Marc Harvey Beauty Cosmetics and has traveled the world working consistently in the makeup industry working with reputable clients, designers, and brands. He is called upon as a seminar speaker for The Makeup Show and several other top industry tradeshows internationally. This knowledge allows him to bring a fresh and accurate learning experience to his students.
TERRANCE JOHNSON -
Terrance Johnson is creator of AAFHE, vlogger, blogger and fashion influencer focused on #makehoustonknowit. Creating a cohensive and snatched fashion presence in the Houston Marketplace.
ZPR/HOUSTON PAPARAZZI PROJECT
PRODUCER OF AAFHE PODCAST & Publicist
Counselor Mandy Eppley speaks with ordained minister, Rev. Rebecca Nagy, about her life journey that started out as a successful fashion designer in NYC. She loved this job, but when she had a spinal injury and surgery that left her in a leg brace, she could no longer continue in this field. This was both physically and emotionally painful for her to accept. She moved back to Charlotte to take another job that ended up not being what she thought it would be. During this same time she was also ordained as a non-denominational minster. She “jumped off the ledge” to manifest this new dream in 1998 by officiating weddings, speaking at churches and holding classes. Although this was great, it wasn’t her FULL dream. When her father died she heard him say “Do what God wants to you to do. You know what it is.” Two weeks later a church called her needing a minster. Now two years later she has grown the church, the Spiritual Light Center of Charlotte, into an active community. Mandy summarizes by saying “When we get turned on to our authentic calling we will go to any lengths to go for it.” They also discuss Step 5, Spiritual Fortitude, from the Model of Heart-Centered Grief and how important it is to know that you are never alone. Mandy and Rebecca will both be speakers at SHiFT Charlotte on March 19, 2016.
Rev. Rebecca Nagy is the Spiritual Leader of Spiritual Light Center of Charlotte (formerly Unity Center for Spiritual Living). She is a non-denominational minster, graduating from Sancta Sophia Seminary in 1996 and ordained through Light of Christ Community Church. An award-winning Wedding Officiant, Meditation Teacher, Spiritual Teacher and author of the popular CD, “Instant Calm”, Rebecca is also one of the featured speakers at SHIFT Charlotte 2016, teaching her classic, “Dream State University”. www.slcofcharlotte.org
There are teens with issues that managed to stay focused and not resort to undesirable behaviors. Thier concerns and how they cope are explored from a teen perspective. Jalon will be a voice and include others to share experiences and offer encouragement and inspiration to others.
Jalon Wilson is a sixteen year old Honors/ Junior attending Lakeland High School. He plays the trumpet and is a member of the Award Winning Marching Quiet Storm Band. He is soft spoken and is modest about any other achievements. He looks forward to attending college for a Major in Business Administration.
Fashion Do’s and Don’ts With today’s ever changing fashion industry people are constantly creating new fashion trends and ideas. But are these style trendy or are some people taking it to an awkward level. Who defines what is fashionable acceptable? What are some of the common do’s and don’ts of fashion?
Hear the inspiration of women who are determined to live life on their terms. They are inspiring others to do the same. Tune in to hear our conversations about how they had to find peace in their lives and it was through living their truth.
Today we have: Diane Pollack, Renee Wilbur, C Nicole Henderson and Noreen Monticeux
Valeria Von Leczycki Goncharova Barrett (Hollywood VIP Fashion Designer Expert) SPEAKS! #intothePODlight with award-winning radio program host and PRodcaster for SPEAK! #intothePODlight, Tracey Bond ^007.
Valeria is an Official: Celebrity Fashion/ Costume Designer and Stylist, Author, Editor, Personality. This PINK/LOVE Issue episdode is an enlightening Fashion Consciousness conversation with a focus on Valeria's Fashion Consciousness Magazine's PINK ISSUE for 2016. Always delightful to experience her fresh insights season after season. Listen in to these good friends broughto you by Agent Tracey Bond (007) Award-winning Radio Host and POD (s) for SPEAK #intothePODlight @intothePODlight | SpeakintothePodlight.com
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Part of what happens in the holiday season, may occur because of the stressfulness of holiday events. Overdrinking, overeating, and fatigue may also cause it. The demands of the season are many: shopping, cooking, travel, houseguests, family reunions, office parties, more shopping and extra financial burden.
Do not overbook yourself into a state of exhaustion--this makes people cranky, irritable, and depressed.
Decide upon your priorities and stick to them. Organize your time.
the holidays do not automatically take away feelings of aloneness, sadness, frustration, anger, and fear.
Be careful about resentments related to holidays past.
Don't expect the holidays to be just as they were when you were a child.
There are many, many opportunities for doing community service. No one can be depressed when they are doing community service.
Plan unstructured, low-cost fun holiday activities
If you drink, do not let the holidays become a reason for over-indulging and hangovers.
Give yourself a break; create time for yourself to do the things YOU love and need to do for your physical and mental wellness
Most of all, if you find yourself feeling blue just remember The choice is always yours