Some makeup wearers and lovers of all things glam, particularly those that prefer a bolder look, are treated with prejudice while assumptions are made against them. Men and trans women who wear makeup are at the highest risk of being discriminated against in extreme ways. Many don’t treat this industry or those within it with due respect. Despite the blowback, this is beginning to change and we are gaining momentum with the resistance against tradition and misogynistic standards of beauty. People crave to see independence highlighted as we look for authenticity in our lives. Hair and makeup styles now reflect a bold assertiveness to push against convention, or a soft focus to enhance our realest selves. I am here to aid in the change of these perceptions, to create a safer, more inclusive world for us to thrive in.
MUA Katie Marble shares an amazing Valentines Day Smokey Eye tutorial.
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Katie’s Instagram: @kosmeticsbykatie
Products Used: Girlactic Soft Matte Eyebrow Pencil “Medium” Girlactic Concealer “C1” LA Splash Foundation “Cashew” “Caramel” Crown Concealer “Meli” Girlactic Matte Setting Powder Suva Beauty “Neutral Necessities” Palette Crown “35 Rose Gold” Palette Crown Contour Kit Brown Blush Palette RMS Mascara LA Splash Liquid Lipstick Time Los Angeles Liquid Lipstick “Luxe Life” Girlactic “SheerBone” Gloss Bronze & Glow Highlight Palette