Spotlight: Mariah Carey

I’m so excited that the time has finally come for the first Spotlight post of 2013! The Spotlight artist for January was also one of the easiest yet to select! With her sudden return to the spotlight as one of the newest lineup of judges on one of the most popular shows in American Television history, “American Idol,” as well as a long, record-smashing career behind her, it couldn’t possibly have made more sense to do a Spotlight post on music legend Mariah Carey! On a more personal level, I’m sure you are all well aware of the fact that my favorite singer of all-time is, of course, Madonna. What you guys may not be aware of, though, is the fact that this hadn’t always been the case. The very first artist that I called my very favorite was actually Paula Abdul, the first singer whose music I sought out on my own, but shortly after that I came across an artist whose music my 8-9 year old self really connected with, who remained my very favorite for several years. That singer, of course, was Mariah Carey. I even wrote my very first, (and one of maybe 3,) fan letter to her, saying random things like, “I like it when you scream,” because a 10 year old doesn’t understand that a whistle register isn’t just screaming!

Mariah Carey is quite literally a freak of nature – she has actually been rumored to be able to hit notes that are normally only able to be hit by dolphins. She is even in the Guinness Book Of World Records for hitting the highest note ever produced by a human voice during a performance of the National Anthem in the early 1990s towards the beginning of her career. With a career spanning over 20 years now, Mariah has sold more than 200 million records and is one of the best selling recording artists of all-time. She also has had 18 number one singles in the US, more than any other solo artist in history, and has won five Grammy Awards, 17 World Music Awards, 11 American Music Awards and 31 Billboard Awards. With a list of accomplishments like this, I’m not going to go into too much detail about that type of thing in this post. Instead, while I will definitely include key points in her career and such, I thought what would be a much more interesting way to take on Mariah’s career would be to focus on her evolution as an artist throughout the years because, if anything can be said of Mariah, it is definitely that she has gone through a massive evolution as an artist over the past 23 years! With all of that having been said, let’s get right to it!

1990-1993

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Mariah burst onto the music scene in 1990 after being discovered in what has been called a sort of “modern day Cinderella story.” The head of Columbia Records at the time, Tommy Mottola, met Mariah at some gala for record executives, which she was attending as a guest of her friend, pop star Brenda K. Starr, and gave Tommy a copy of her demo tape. Tommy left the party early and listened to her demo on his way home and, after only 2 tracks, turned around and went back to the gala to talk to her further, only when he returned she had already left. He then spent two weeks searching for her before finally getting in touch with her through Brenda K. Starr’s management and signed her immediately. Tommy and the staff at Columbia Records poured massive amounts of effort and money into placing Mariah right in the thick of top artists of the time, like Whitney Houston and Madonna. In spite of initially disappointing sales of her self-titled debut album, which was released in the summer of 1990, it didn’t take long for Mariah’s career to explode. The album wound up spending 11 consecutive weeks at the number one spot on the Billboard Charts, helped greatly by the success of the album’s debut single, “Vision Of Love,” which spent four consecutive weeks at number one. The album also spawned 3 more number one hit singles, making Mariah the first artist since the Jackson 5 to have her first four consecutive singles go to number one. She released her sophomore album, “Emotions” just over a year later in September 1991, to mixed reviews and considerably less success than it’s predecessor, although it did sell over 8 million copies. I recall preferring “Emotions” to the debut album because it featured more upbeat tracks and I had a particular love for the song “Can’t Let Go,” which remains one of my favorite ballads of Mariah’s career, and “Make It Happen,” both of which were moderately successful singles. There was also much speculation at the time as to whether Mariah would be able to recreate the massive vocals of her studio recordings in the live setting, so when she did not tour with either of the albums speculation started that she was being aided by “studio trickery.” In response to these allegations, Mariah was booked to film an episode of the very popular series at the time “MTV Unplugged,” on which she performed live and acoustic versions of some of her hits at the time, as well as a cover of the Jackson 5 hit, “I’ll Be There,” which became a massive hit single for Mariah. The “MTV Unplugged” performance was met with such high praise that her label decided to release it as an EP, which wound up being certified 3x Platinum, and put to rest any speculation that Mariah may be incapable of reproducing her signature vocal style in the live setting.

In the earlier part of her career, Mariah was quite well-known for her wild curls and was often styled as some sort of early 90s lolita. Many of her images from this period had, in my opinion, the appearance of being a very young girl being dressed up as an adult. The images above, promotional images from her self-titled debut album, are a perfect example of that, with her deep brown smokey eye, overdrawn lips and quite full brows. As soon as I stumbled upon these pics, I felt that this would be a fun look to recreate! On me, it kind of looks like a lot of other looks I have done, mostly the Kelly Rowland look I did a tutorial for last week, which I hadn’t entirely anticipated but I really love this kind of look so it was fun to do another one… even if it was a tad too similar to a look from just a week ago. Sorry about that!

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PRODUCTS USED:

FACE: 
Revlon Colorstay Whipped Creme Foundation in True Beige
Maybelline Fit Me Concealer in 20 Sand
Revlon PhotoReady Pressed Powder in Light/Medium
Wet N’ Wild Color Icon Bronzer in Ticket to Brazil
Clinique Blushing Blush in Aglow

EYES:
Stila Matte Eye Shadows in Chinois, Champara, Illimani, Espresso and Nanda Devi
Urban Decay 24/7 Glide On Eye Pencil Duo in Zero/Whiskey
L’oreal Voluminous False Fiber Lashes Mascara in Black Brown

LIPS:
Jordana Easyliner for Lips in Rock N’ Rose
Urban Decay Lipstick in Sellout
Smashbox Lip Enhancing Gloss in Brown Sugar

1993-1997

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In 1993, Mariah actually married the aforementioned label head, Tommy Mottola, and began work on and released her third studio album, “Music Box.” “Music Box” was created with much more of a pop element than the Motown-based “Emotions,” in a clear effort to give the album a broader appeal and thus a much higher chance of success. This tactic worked quite well and the album went on to become one of the highest-selling albums of all-time, with worldwide sales of over 32 million. This album featured two of Mariah’s biggest singles of her career, as well, “Hero” and her cover of the Badfinger classic, “Without You.” After having declined to tour with her first two records, Mariah also embarked on her first tour with this record, The Music Box Tour, which only spanned six dates across the US but proved not only quite successful but also a major step forward for Mariah’s career. In 1994, Mariah released her first Christmas album, “Merry Christmas,” preceded by the single, “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” This album would go on to become the best-selling Christmas album of all-time, which it remains to this day. In 1995, Mariah took an even bigger step forward in her career with the release of her fourth studio album, “Daydream,” which was preceded by the hit single, “Fantasy,” which had a much more pop and urban influence. This album saw the first steps in a major change that was to come in Mariah’s sound and musical style. She worked on this album with a number of unexpected collaborators, including Boyz II Men, Ol’ Dirty Bastard and the first in a long line of collaborations with Da Brat, as well as working with producers including Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds and Jermaine Dupri. The second single from this album was “One Sweet Day,” a duet with Boyz II Men, which would become the longest-running number one in Billboard history, spending 16 weeks in the number one spot. While I loved most things Mariah did, I was never a particular fan of “One Sweet Day,” much preferring some of the other tracks from the album, including “Forever” and one of my favorite Mariah songs, “Always Be My Baby.”

In searching through images of Mariah during this period in her career, I had initially wanted to do something from one of the music videos or promo images from the “Music Box” album, however I just kept coming back to the music video for “Always Be My Baby.” I just loved the sort of fresh-faced, really natural look she wears in the video. Then, I got tagged by one of my very favorite YouTubers and friends, PersianDiva77, (who I recommend you all subscribe to and Like on Facebook,) with the “Everyday Look” tag, as well as having recently receiving a request from one of my YouTube subscribers to feature my everyday look. So, while I don’t necessarily have one type of look that I wear everyday because most of the looks that I wear day-to-day are for the blog, I kind of realized that I could do a look for the blog that also happens to feature the elements of looks that I do when I am doing makeup that is not for the blog or anything and that the look from Mariah’s “Always Be My Baby” music video was the perfect look for that. So, I filmed a video doing this look to fulfill both the tag and the request, as well! Check it out below!

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PRODUCTS USED:

FACE: 
L’oreal True Match Lumi Foundation in C3 Creamy Natural
Maybelline Fit Me Concealer in 20 Sand
L’oreal Studio Secrets Anti-Dull Skin Primer in Secret No. 2
Revlon PhotoReady Pressed Powder in Light/Medium
Too Faced Sweet Indulgence Bronzer in Exclusive Shade
Too Faced Sweet Indulgence Highlight Powder in Candlelight Glow
Too Faced Sweet Indulgence Blush in Papa Don’t Peach

EYES:
Too Faced Sweet Indulgence Eye Shadows in Peach Fuzz, Copper Peony, Teddy Bear, In The Buff & Lovey Dovey
Jordana Fabuliner in Black
Almay Bright Eyes Liner/Highlighter Duo in Soft Black/Champagne (Soft Black side only)
Wet N’ Wild Mega Length Mascara
Rimmel London Professional Eyebrow Pencil in Hazel

LIPS:
Jordana Easyliner for Lips in Rock N’ Rose
Rimmel London Lasting Finish Lipstick in Dizzy
Elf Glossy Gloss in Sweet Salmon

1997-2000

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After having released a new album every year up to that point, Mariah actually did not release an album in 1996. I’m sure there were several reasons for this, one clearly being dealing with some issues in her personal life. In particular, Mariah re-emerged in 1997 as a divorcee. It has been acknowledged by Tommy Mottola himself that his marriage to Mariah was abusive and a constant struggle for power and control. The only reason I mention any of this is because it seems that breaking free from that type of situation in her personal life made for an extreme and drastic change in Mariah’s musical direction and her entire image. The first single released from Mariah’s sixth studio album, “Butterfly,” was a song called “Honey,” produced by Sean “Diddy” Combs, was a full-blown hip-hop track and featured a music video that took the world by storm. The whole “Butterfly” album and all of the imagery attached to it, starting with the music video for “Honey,” saw Mariah with a highly sexualized image much more than anything she had done before. The album also saw Mariah taking major steps to become a presence in the hip-hop/R&B scene, featuring collaborations with Diddy, Missy Elliott, Trackmasters, Dru Hill, etc. The album was a massive success, as was it’s follow-up, “Rainbow,” which saw Mariah moving even further in the direction of hip-hop/R&B music. It was around this time that Mariah also released her first compilation, “#1s,” featuring all of her number one singles up to that point, as well as four new tracks, including the classic duet with Whitney Houston, “When You Believe,” and a cover of “I Still Believe,” originally made famous by the same friend who introduced her to Tommy Mottola, Brenda K. Starr. Mariah also began developing several other projects during this time, including lending her songwriting skills to film projects including “Men In Black” and “How The Grinch Stole Christmas,” as well as starting the process of developing a film of her own, “All That Glitters,” which got caught up in what Hollywood refers to as “development hell.”

I knew when selecting a look from this period in Mariah’s career that I wanted to recreate the look from the “Honey” music video because it really felt like one of the first times that you saw Mariah in a really strong, deliberate makeup look. It seemed like, for the most part, up to this point, the majority of times that you saw Mariah she was made up to have the appearance of not wearing any makeup, to the point that I had to search pretty hard to find the two looks featured in this post so far. So, “Honey” seemed like the perfect choice to kind of showcase Mariah’s evolution at this point in her career.

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FACE: 
Revlon Colorstay Whipped Creme Foundation in True Beige
Maybelline Fit Me Concealer in 20 Sand
L’oreal Studio Secrets Anti-Dull Skin Primer in Secret No. 2
Revlon PhotoReady Pressed Powder in Light/Medium
Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Matte Bronzing Powder in Original Chocolate
Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush in Angelic & Stellar

EYES:
Urban Decay 24/7 Glide On Shadow Pencil in Juju
Urban Decay Naked Basics Eye Shadows in Naked 2, Faint, Crave, Walk of Shame & Venus
Almay Bright Eyes Liner/Highlighter Duo in Soft Black/Champagne
Jordana Fabuliner in Black
Wet N’ Wild Mega Length Mascara

LIPS:
Wet N’ Wild Color Icon Lip Liner in Willow
MAC Lipstick in Viva Glam Gaga 2
MAC Lipglass in Viva Glam Gaga 2

2001-2005

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After spending a few years in the aforementioned “development hell,” Mariah’s intended film project, “All That Glitters,” was re-titled to the now infamous, “Glitter,” which finally came to fruition and was released in late 2001. In the lead-up to the release of the film and the accompanying album of the same name, Mariah’s behavior in the public eye became increasingly erratic, including an appearance on MTV’s daily countdown series at the time “TRL” in which she randomly showed up unannounced, wearing only a men’s t-shirt, which she stripped out of, and handing out ice cream to audience members and speaking nonsensically, (a clip of which I have included below,) and began posting blogs and voice messages on her official website complaining of being overworked and exhausted. One week after her “TRL” appearance, Mariah was hospitalized for “extreme exhaustion.” Based on all of this, the release of the “Glitter” film and album were both delayed. While the projects both already seemed doomed, this concept was solidified by the date that the album wound up being released: September 11, 2001. In fact, I remember that the whole concept of what happened that day didn’t sink in on that day itself but I do specifically remember being upset that I couldn’t go out and buy the new Mariah Carey album because everything was closed for the bulk of that day, (my priorities have obviously changed since then.) So, the album was a flop and the lowest-selling of Mariah’s career up to that point, although it did include one of my favorite songs of Mariah’s entire catalog, “Never Too Far.” That was nothing, though, in comparison to the film. The film was critically panned, grossed basically nothing, and is widely considered one of the worst films of all-time, even still. I personally enjoyed it and still watch it every so often, although I do most often just skip to the parts where she sings. The following year in 2002, Mariah released her ninth studio album, “Charmbracelet,” which was a moderate commercial success but was widely panned by critics and raised questions as to whether or not she was losing her vocal ability. I specifically remember listening to this album and thinking that there definitely seemed to be some issues with her vocals as she didn’t seem to include either her signature belting and high notes, nor did she include her softer, more sensual tones. It was just a strange album, in general, although it did feature some pretty strong tracks, as a whole it was not her best at all. This album was accompanied, though, by her very first extensive world tour, the “Charmbracelet World Tour: An Intimate Evening With Mariah Carey,” which was quite successful and was widely praised by fans and critics alike.

When I started considering looks to recreate for this particular period in Mariah’s career, my mind immediately went to the final scene in “Glitter,” when Mariah sings “Never Too Far,” (as featured in the video above,) because I always thought that this was such a perfect, beautiful, classic and elegant look. I loved the dress she wore in this scene and her hair, and felt that the makeup really brought the whole look together beautifully. It reminded me of classic Diana Ross or Barbra Streisand in the finale of “Funny Girl” or some classic image of the like, which I absolutely loved.

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PRODUCTS USED:

FACE: 
Revlon Colorstay Whipped Creme Foundation in True Beige
Maybelline Fit Me Concealer in 20 Sand
L’oreal Studio Secrets Anti-Dull Skin Primer in Secret No. 2
Revlon PhotoReady Pressed Powder in Light/Medium
Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Matte Bronzing Powder in Original Chocolate
Stila Illuminating Finishing Powder in Rose Gold
Physicians Formula Multi-Colored Blush in Blushing Berry

EYES:
Urban Decay Naked Basics Eye Shadows in Walk of Shame, Faint & Venus
Urban Decay Smoked Eye Shadow in Freestyle
Jordana Fabuliner in Black
Almay Bright Eyes Liner/Highlighter Duo in Soft Black/Champagne
Wet N’ Wild Mega Length Mascara
Rimmel London Professional Eyebrow Pencil in Hazel

LIPS:
Jordana Easyliner for Lips in Rock ‘N Rose
Rimmel London Lasting Finish Lipstick in Dizzy

2005-2008

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After those few years of tribulations and public questioning of her ability to maintain her career or regain her former acclaim, Mariah hit back and proved her staying power in a big way with the release of her tenth studio album, “The Emancipation Of Mimi,” in 2005. The album was a massive success, helped in no small way by it’s second single, the mega-hit “We Belong Together,” which stayed at number one on the billboard charts for 14 non-consecutive weeks, making it the second longest running Billboard number one hit in history, topped only by Mariah’s own “One Sweet Day.” In September 2005 Mariah also became the first female artist in history to occupy both the number one and two spots on the Billboard Hot 100 in the same week when “We Belong Together” sat in the number one spot with it’s follow-up single, “Shake It Off” in the number two spot. She also embarked on a very large scale world tour, The Adventures of Mimi Tour, in support of the album. The tour was also a huge success. Mariah was quick to capitalize on this success by re-releasing the album in 2007 and then quickly releasing a follow-up album, “E=MC²,” which was widely considered a sequel of sorts to “The Emancipation Of Mimi.” This album debuted to the highest first week sales of Mariah’s career to date and was preceded by the chart-topping single, and one of my personal favorite songs of Mariah’s career, “Touch My Body.” It was shortly after this film that Mariah also decided to return to the world of acting, (although she had appeared in a few independent films in the years since “Glitter,” including “Wisegirls” and “Tennessee,” both of which were actually quite good.) This time she took on a small supporting role in one of the most amazing films of recent years, “Precious: Based On The Novel ‘Push’ by Sapphire.” For the first time, Mariah actually garnered quite a bit of praise for this role and the film was a massive critical and commercial success. Yes, Mariah’s career was back in full-swing! It was somewhere around the release of “E=MC²” that Mariah also met and wound up marrying her now-husband, comedian Nick Cannon.

As I was watching different music videos from throughout Mariah’s career, I was trying to make sure to find looks that were not TOO similar to one another, although I really started to notice that around this period in her career she very much seemed to have a bit of a signature look that was always some variation of a simple golden or bronze colored eye with strong blush and cheek sculpting, (as you may have noticed was a signature throughout her career,) and a glossy pale pink lip. So, it seemed most appropriate to do a look like that for this period in her career. I went with a look from the video for “We Belong Together” because that song and video were both so huge and it gave me an excuse to try out the Wet N’ Wild Mega Last Lip Color in Think Pink, which I had picked up the night before and was very anxious to try out!

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PRODUCTS USED:

FACE: 
Revlon Colorstay Whipped Creme Foundation in True Beige
Maybelline Fit Me Concealer in 20 Sand
Revlon PhotoReady Pressed Powder in Light/Medium
Wet N’ Wild Color Icon Bronzer in Ticket to Brazil
Smashbox Fusion Soft Lights in Tease

EYES:
Urban Decay Eye Shadow in Honey
Urban Decay Naked Basics Eye Shadows in Walk of Shame, Naked 2 & Venus
Wet N’ Wild Shimmer Eye Pencil in Black
Rimmel London Soft Kohl Kajal Liner in Pure White
L’oreal Eye Highlighter Pencil in Peach Chrome
Wet N’ Wild Mega Length Mascara

LIPS:
Wet N’ Wild Mega Last Lip Color in Think Pink
Smashbox Lip Enhancing Gloss in Illume

2009-2011

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In 2009, Mariah attempted to keep striking while the iron was hot releasing her twelfth studio album, “Memoirs of An Imperfect Angel,” preceded by the hit single, “Obsessed.” In spite of being moderately successful, the album was actually Mariah’s lowest selling album to date. The second single from the album, a cover of Foreigner’s “I Want To Know What Love Is,” failed to chart at all and further singles, “H.A.T.E.U.” and the absolutely brilliant, “Up Out My Face,” also failed to find commercial success. Mariah embarked on the moderately successful Angel’s Advocate Tour in support of the album and announced plans to release a remixed version of the album entitled “Angel’s Advocate,” in March of 2010, however these plans wound up being cancelled and “Angel’s Advocate” never came to fruition. Later in 2010, Mariah released her second Christmas album, “Merry Christmas II You,” which was also a moderate success. It was not long after this, though, that Mariah became pregnant with twins, Monroe and Moroccan.

I knew right away exactly the look I wanted to do from the “Memoirs Of An Imperfect Angel” album because I remember the first time I saw the video for “Up Out My Face” thinking how much I loved the makeup she wore in the video and, in particular, the way that the stylists for the video did her & Nicki Minaj’s makeup to correspond with one another while still standing out individually. I also relish any opportunity to experiment with white all over the lid because it’s just not something that you see done all that often but, when it’s done right, can give a really beautiful effect, as I think it did in this look.

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PRODUCTS USED:

FACE: 
Revlon Colorstay Whipped Creme Foundation in True Beige
Maybelline Fit Me Concealer in 20 Sand
Revlon PhotoReady Pressed Powder in Light/Medium
Wet N’ Wild Color Icon Bronzer in Ticket to Brazil
Wet N’ Wild To Reflect Shimmer Palette in Rose Golden Goddess
Smashbox Fusion Soft Lights in Tease

EYES:
NYX Jumbo Eyeshadow Pencil in Milk
Khroma Beauty Kim’s Kardazzle Complete Face Palette Eye Shadows (shimmery white & matte light gray)
Wet N’ Wild Shimmer Eye Pencil in Black
Rimmel London Soft Kohl Kajal Liner in Pure White
Jordana Fabuliner in Black
Wet N’ WIld Mega Length Mascara
Rimmel London Professional Eyebrow Pencil in Hazel

LIPS:
NYX Soft Matte Lip Cream in Milan
Wet N’ Wild Mega Last Liquid Lip Color in Pink Perfection
Revlon Colorburst Lip Gloss in Peony

PRESENT

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After laying low for a while, Mariah re-emerged in 2012 with a new song, entitled “Mesmerized,” that she had recorded for the soundtrack to her friend Lee Daniels’ film, “The Paperboy,” as well as debuting a new single entitled “Triumphant (Get ‘Em,)” in the summer. In Summer 2012, Mariah also made some pretty major waves in the media with the announcement that she would be joining the judging panel of “American Idol.” She also announced plans to appear in Lee Daniels’ upcoming film, “The Butler,” as well as preparing the release of her fourteenth studio album, which is currently planned for release in March 2013. I do hope that comes into fruition because the single “Triumphant,” did grow on me immensely over time, although I initially found it kind of disappointing. I’m not sure what exactly 2013 will hold for Mariah but I’m sure it will definitely be an interesting show, as things seem to always be where Mariah is involved! I can’t wait to see what she has planned next!

When I sat down last week to watch the premiere of “American Idol” one of the things I was most curious about was how Mariah would look in more of a daytime setting. I was very pleasantly surprised to see how beautiful and luminous Mariah looked, as well as how age-appropriate she looked, which hasn’t always been the case in more recent years. I loved how she had such an everyday look but also looked really elegant and put together. I was so impressed, in fact, that I just knew that this look needed to be a tutorial! Check it out below!

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PRODUCTS USED:

FACE: 
Revlon Colorstay Whipped Creme Foundation in True Beige
Maybelline Fit Me Concealer in 20 Sand
L’oreal Studio Secrets Anti-Dull Skin Primer in Secret No. 2
Revlon PhotoReady Pressed Powder in Light/Medium
Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Matte Bronzing Powder in Original Chocolate
L’oreal Magic Lumi Concealer in Medium
Tarina Tarantino Dollskin Powder Blush in Parasol

EYES:
Khroma Beauty Khloe’s Kardazzle Complete Face Palette Eye Shadows (matte cream color, matte medium cool-toned brown & matte chocolate brown)
Almay Bright Eyes Liner/Highlighter Duo in Soft Black/Champagne
Wet N’ Wild Mega Length Mascara
Rimmel London Professional Eyebrow Pencil in Hazel

LIPS:
Wet N’ Wild Mega Last Liquid Lip Color in Pink Perfection

As I kind of briefly touched upon earlier, one of the things that I felt really made Mariah a strong candidate for a Spotlight post, aside from a very long and successful career, is the fact that she has gone through such a major evolution as an artist throughout the course of her career. It is truly inspiring, I think, to see an artist grow and evolve so much, even in the face of adversity. I really hope you guys may have found a little inspiration in this post, as well. I’ve got a really big week planned next week – it’s gonna be jam-packed with some pretty awesome stuff! Expect some surprises, for sure! In the meantime, though, I wish you all a beautiful weekend and a beautiful life!

Jason

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