Makeup Tutorial By Expert Artist Jenny G: A Perfect Look for Moms on the Run 

A perfect makeup look for a mom on the run or any woman who is in a rush to get out of the house early in the morning.  Jenny G demonstrates how to put on makeup quick and easy, to go from looking tired an sleepy to producing a look of "awakened", just in a matter of five minutes!  Please check out this video tutorial for awesome helpful hints!

 

 

Here is the original blog post written by Jenny G, Makeup Tips for Moms on the Run, where she provides detailed tips on what features to highlight and what brands are excellent to use.  http://startwithmom.com/blog/?p=640

For more information and tips on makeup by expert makeup artist Jenny G, please visit http://torontobeauty.blogspot.ca/ or email her at torontobeautystudio@gmail.com

 

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