The set at our TV station brims with beautiful people all day long. But few are more aesthetically pleasing than the lovely and talented Kari Hawker, a well-known local actress and spokesperson (she and I actually have the same agent;definitely not on her level yet, but I aspire!). Not only is Kari great on-camera, but she struts stylish outfits from her own closet, and manages her own runway-ready hair and makeup. So I shouldn't have been surprised that today, when she came on KUTV's daytime show, "Fresh Living" for Ford, she caught my eye with her bang-up brows.
|Kari Hawker's brows have more arch than a Louboutin.|
"I think brows open up your whole face," She tells me sweetly, after shyly laughing off my "UH-mazing brows!!" comment.
That's why she takes her time with them: Shaping the arch with a facial razor; dying them a shade that makes her eyes pop; touching them up with eyebrow pencil and powder; and highlighting the arch with a touch of light shadow.
And as you can see, we'll need the "perfect blush," "sophisticated pony," and "luscious lips" tutorial from Kari in later blogs. :)
Speaking of amazing eyebrows, another KUTV regular has a pair of show-stoppers. Jodi Winterton, our regular Gold's Gym spokeswoman whose pencil skirts likely make our photogs stare - tweezes her own brows, then uses a drugstore eyebrow pencil in light blonde to fill them in.
|Jodi's brows are proof that you can make them beautiful on your own.|
And check out her ombre. It's incredibly well done (by her cousin, Tina Gleason, in Morgan, UT). It's not too dark, so she still looks blonde. I just might steal her look...as long as the hue comes naturally from Organic Color Systems , of course! (Let me know if you want a list of local salons that use it.)
|Oh my OMBRE! I'll sure be taking this pic to my stylist...|
My job is chock-full of inspiration, and today it was in the beauty realm. So, now, who has a pair of tweezers?