Mini-update to artistrhi.com!! We're continuously looking for ways to improve the site and here's what has been tweaked with the latest update:
1. Added slideshow and eliminated wordy text
I wanted something more dynamic and eye-catching rather than the previous non-changing entry page. I had some pics to show off courtesy of the talented people I've been fortunate to work with: Christine Buijs, Nadia Cheema and Claudia Hung.
2. Recently added galleries will be displayed here
Instead of the randomized photos that were previously displayed in "Portfolio Preview" (on the right-hand sidebar), this area will display the most recently added galleries/photos.
3. Streamlined and reorganized the sidebar.
Moved things around a bit and kept the necessities. Remember, calendar is frequently updated!
I'm excited about these changes, but am now thinking towards the next update! Let me know what you think and you never know what tweaks you might see in future updates! ;)
I spoke of the refreshing properties of rosewater the other day with MAC’s Fix+Rose, but you don’t necessarily have to go to a major cosmetics counter to get the effect. This Artist Tip came courtesy of my awesome airbrushing teacher, Paulina, who herself is an experienced Professional Make-up Artist and savvy make-up consumer. Rosewater and Glycerin is one of those underestimated homemade concoctions you would probably look past in your grandmother’s make-up cabinet, but the all-natural formula is a treat for your skin! Spritz the product a couple of times on the face before applying lotion for a soothing mist that helps to revitalize and moisturize the skin. You can also spray it on the face after you apply make-up to help the make-up settle into the skin (works best when used after applying glycerin-based make-up products). You can find rosewater and glycerin at your local health food store, at a steal at under $10 per bottle! Grab a bottle – your skin will thank you.
PRODUCT REVIEW | MAC Dazzleglass and Rose Romance Collections
ARTIST TIP | All