I was recently in a tight spot as the saxophone player Manchester that I had chosen for an event that I was putting on was unable to make it to do the job. With the man that I had chosen gone to help his wife deal with her mom’s illness I knew that I needed to find someone new for the job. I was concerned that there would not be anyone out there who would be good enough for me and my event, but I ended up finding someone who is amazing at what he does. The man I discovered seems to be even better than the man I had originally planned on hiring. I am so happy that I found him, the one man who will be perfect for the music that I would like to have performed. My event is going to be great because I found him.
Becoming a professional Manchester makeup artist has always been my dream, and I am finally living it. I got my first job a year ago doing makeup for a local fashion show. One of the directors pulled me aside and and told me I did good work and she would be contacting me. I thought nothing of it but a month later she called me asking me if I was book for March 15, I was not. The company hosting the show payed for hotel, food ,and plane ticket. The show was everything I expected and more, I even got a private Janae, a multi-platinum songstress. My first assignment will be her world tour that starts in June, I am so excited. Not only do enjoy what I do, I am getting paid to travel the world while doing it.
It was the evening of my first Prom and I had spent hours shopping for my first formal. I was sure I had found the perfect one, a light green strapless with a waltz length skirt of many layers of netting. As I was dressing, my Mother, casually asked if I had told my date the color of my formal and added that he then could have asked the florist Harrogate to suggest a good color corsage. She added, I think any color, but red would work. I was secretly hoping for an orchard, which would be perfect. As my Mother was touching up my hair do, my date knocked on our door. As I greeted him, he handed me the clear
plastic box containing my corsage. As I looked at it, I gasped. It was a corsage
of red carnations!
My town does an amateaur fashion weekend every summer, kind of like Fashion Week in New York City, only naturally it’s nowhere near so highend. Local girls volunteer to model dresses which are then sold for charity. We choose a different charity every year and this year we’re giving to a local daycare for disabled children. I’m so excited!
A couple of my friends and I are going to be modeling some vintage gowns from a little boutique in my town. The woman who runs the shop has been collecting 1930′s and 1940′s era dresses for years and she says that her storage room is too full to move in. We’re getting to wear some really gorgeous dresses. One of mine is this flouncy, scarlet number with rosebuds around the neckline.
All the girls are getting their hair and makeup done too. The show’s organizer has hired a bridal makeup artist Manchester who specializes in retro makeup especially for the day.
It’s going to be a fun day.
I have always had really bad hearing in my right ear. I am not sure why, but I think I listened to my music too loud when I was younger. As a result, I know I have to use mt left ear when I am on the phone. This is pretty sad for a 22 year old! I was telling my problem to a friend at work at they suggested I get a professional ear wax removal Manchester done to both of my ears. I was skeptical at first because it seemed like such an odd idea. However, I booked the appointment for the following week. I was nervous, but it turned out to be a simple procedure. I am so glad I did it too! Now, I can hear just fine out both my ears! This is such a welcome surprise. I never thought I would be able to hear clearly out of my right ear!