About Abigail

Hey it’s Abbey!

Ever since I can remember, I have always loved fashion and beauty. I would always try different styles of clothing or unique ways of doing my make-up to see what fit me. Growing up I also really cared about people and helping them feel better about themselves, so I decided to put that with my love of Beauty together….

Then my career began


I have been a make-up artist for 3 years and a licensed Esthetician for 2. I absolutely love my job! Putting make-up on someone for the first time and seeing their face light up, helping someone find that perfect product to fix their needs, or doing a brides brows before her wedding day and it moves her to tears. I look back at all of that at the end of the day and I think to myself, I’m doing what I’m suppose to be doing. I’m doing what I love.

I invite you to join me in my journey through the fashion and beauty industry.

With much love,


2 thoughts on “About Abigail

  1. Hey Abbey! That’s so inspirational how you’ve combined your love for doing makeup and helping people together in this blog. I just wanted to comment because personally I’m terrible when it comes to makeup. I would love to be able to get into a daily routine but for me the part that I can’t get past is taking the makeup off. Doesn’t matter how “skin friendly” or effective the makeup remover is advertised to be – my skin just doens’t like it. I usually have to rub to get it off and then I feel like I’m hurting my skin – any suggestions???

    1. Hey Martina! Thank you for your kind words! I have a couple of suggestions! My first one would be Garnier Microcellar Cleansing Water ($6). This has been my personal favorite and it is very gentle, also the key is to barely rub on your skin which will help with not irritating your skin. I would also check out Dermalogica Precleanse ($10.50 for travel size). This one is more of an oil based cleanser, but does a great job at removing make-up. What I think you should stay away from is a cleanser with acids in it when it comes to make-up removal. Acidic cleansers are good to use a few times a week, but I would find a cleanser with gentle ingredients when you are trying to remove makeup (Because you are doing more rubbing motions with your hands and fingers, which can cause more irritation when you are using a product with ingredients that are more challenging to the skin.) I hope this helps! 🙂

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