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Check out October’s Cosmopolitan magazine featuring “Are You Ready for a Change?’ beauty makeover, makeup by me!

In Cosmo’s October issue, celebrity hairstylists Ted Gibson and Gardner Edmunds, dermatologist Dr. Meghan O’Brien, and I gave hair and makeup makeovers to every day women! From hair extensions to botox and finishing up with new tips and tricks on how to improve their sexy makeup looks, these four Cosmo readers received full beauty makeovers – Check it out!

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Here are my tips for getting rid of dark spots featured on Cosmopolitan for Latinas!

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Check out my tips on how to get rid of dark spots by using the right makeup featured on Cosmopolitan for Latinas!

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Read More: http://www.cosmopolitan.com/cosmo-latina/makeup-for-dark-spots#slide-4

Here are my picks for a perfect spring palette right for your skin tone featured in Latina Magazine

“Wouldnt it be nice to have a pro makeup artist pick out the perfect spring palette for you? Done! Color whiz Andrew Sotomayor sifts through the season’s hottest shade to choose what’s right for your skin tone.

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My 10 Beauty Commandments on Skin and Makeup Etiquette

“Celebrity makeup artist Andrew Sotomayor has worked on the most
beautiful women in the world, including Nina Garcia, supermodel
Arlenis Sosa, and Kerry Washington. Today, he’s bringing us his 10
Beauty Commandments???commandments he says you must follow or face the
punishment of looking like a hot mess.”

http://www.cosmopolitan.com/cosmo-latina/belleza-blog/10-beauty-commandments

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Red Carpet Makeup – Joanna Coles at The Dream Ball

@Cosmopolitan Editor in Chief Joanna Coles wore makeup by me (including @Armani Maestro Foundation, Rouge D’Armani in Sheer Coral 300, and Eyes to Kill Mascara) to the Dream Ball where she presented an award to Michael Clinton President, Marketing and Publishing Hearst Magazines.

The gala is held as a benefit for Look Good Feel Better which offers free programs including makeup lessons to cancer patients, helping them cope with the side effects of their treatments. Learn more at LookGoodFeelBetter.org

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