This weeks guest Jo-Anne Jewett has a long list of credentials including celebrity make-up artist, author, founder of the Make-Up Training Company, trainer and educator.
We talk about the importance of accepting change as we grow older which includes adapting our make-up routine. Jo passes on some great make-up tips on how we can help enhance our looks with some of her top hero products. Advice on how to see past the barage of make-up advertising and hype to create a capsule make up collection. Jo's prolific career as a top make up artist has seen her work and give advice to elite clients including Princess Diana, Madonna, Barbra Streisand and working on the Robert Palmer Addicted to Love video creating those smoky eyes!. What impressed me was how Jo is still so dedicated and passionate about helping women get the best out of their make up to empower them and help women regain confidence in midlife.
What song motivates you? Carly Simon Let The River Run
Favourite book- Jo recommends everyone should read 'Feel The Fear and Do It Anyway'' by Susan Jeffers and I have to say I totally agree. It's a fantastic book to keep revisiting.
Who inspires you? My mum. She is 90 and she is still laughing and smiling, I think we all need to remember to laugh more and find pieces of happiness each day.
If you would like to know more about The Make-Up Training Company please visit www.themakeuptrainingcompany.com.
You can also follow Jo over on social media. Facebook @themakeuptrainingcompany Twitter- @JoJewettmakeup and Instagram @themakeuptrainingcompany
Background music credited to Scott Holmes - Our Big Adventure.
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