GMA: How To Do Your Makeup In a Flash
Good Morning America reported March 25 2013 that the average woman spends about seven minutes in the morning applying her makeup. That’s why a lot of cosmetic companies are focusing on faster and easier application of makeup. But what tricks do you need to know to be able to do it?
GMA’s Rachel Smith hit up Walgreens with professional makeup artist Carmindy from What Not To Wear in order to find out those tips. Some of Carmindy’s tips are:
- Instead of using a liquid liner with a long tip, cosmetic companies are now producing ones with a little ball at the end to help control the edge. She said that it’s important to remember that with these, the applicator is going to do the work for you.
- A great tool for foundation is the beauty blender sponge, which has a point to get into the harder places, but is round and has softer edges.
- A lot of nail polishes have extended the brush size to be able to apply the nail polish in one stroke. If you’re looking to save time, you might want to go with one of these.
GMA: Celebrity Look-Alikes
GMA had a special on celebrity look-alikes, because they are holding a contest for the best GMA anchor look-alikes. The photos are already in and the judges are going over them to determine which ones look the most like the hosts. Later in the week, they’ll show the look-alikes. For now, though, GMA spotlighted other celebrity look-alikes.
Heidi was working as a waitress when customers pointed out how much she looked like Kate Middleton. She decided to turn it into a career and now Heidi makes $1000 per appearance. Bella Vlasis has doubled for Madonna for 26 years and even started a talent agency that specializes in celebrity look-alikes. This included a Brad Pitt look-alike who said he once had his shirt ripped off by girls who were convinced he was the star. One Johnny Depp look-alike, who looked just like the star, even went so far as to get Johnny Depp’s tattoos.
Do you look like somebody famous? Tell us about it in the comments!