Makeup Tips for Accentuating Your Eyes

Makeup Tips for Accentuating Your Eyes

Makeup Tips for Accentuating Your Eyes

Based in New York City, Julissa Guzman has worked for the last 14 years building a successful career as an independent makeup artist. In this capacity, Julissa Guzman enjoys helping women learn about using makeup with a number of helpful tips.

Though eyes are typically the most prominent feature on the face, there are a number of makeup tips that you can follow to accentuate them even more. One of the most important techniques you can use to widen your eyes in appearance is to apply eyeliner to the top lid. In addition to lining the outer portions of the lid, you should also make sure to put liner in your upper water line. For an even more dramatic effect, you can opt for white eyeliner. Placing this on your lower water line will make your eyes seem even bigger and help you look more alert.

You can also emphasize your eyes by making careful use of eyeshadow. It is important to use several different colors if you want to bring new dimensions to your eyes. You can also accomplish this effect by using a mix of light and dark shades of eyeshadow. Applying light shadow to your lids and shimmery powder on the inside corners will open your eyes even more.

New York Times: Where to Visit in 2016

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Mexico City
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Based in New York City, Julissa Guzman is a self-employed make-up artist who uses make-up to empower women. When she’s not working, Julissa Guzman enjoys many hobbies, including traveling, which she does on a yearly basis.

There is a whole world of places to explore and it can be hard to pick just one. Earlier this year, the New York Times released a list of the top 52 places to visit in 2016. Here are a few of the top choices:

1) Mexico City: The capital of Mexico, Mexico City is becoming more of a draw for tourists for many reasons, most notably, its cuisine. Mexican chef Enqrique Olvera, the genius behind Pujol, has inspired an advent of savory restaurants, including Fonda Fina and Fonda Mayora. The city also draws history buffs who will enjoy exploring colonial architecture.

2) Bordeaux: This French region is already well-known for its stellar wine. Recently Bordeaux was named France’s second-favorite city (following Paris) for several reasons: its many UNESCO attractions, an exciting restaurant boom, and the renovation of the docklands.

3) Malta: This lovely island is a great way to explore the Mediterranean on the cheap and, fortunately for Americans, English is one of the two official languages. Malta offers several charming, ancient cities, including Valletta and Gozo.

Sushi – A Japanese Staple with History and Cultural Significance

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Sushi
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Julissa Guzman is an independent makeup artist in New York with a passion for her work and a goal of bringing out each client’s natural beauty. Outside her professional work, Julissa Guzman enjoys sampling the cuisines of various cultures, especially Japanese sushi. Despite its nearly worldwide spread, many still consider sushi a staple of Japanese culture and distinctive to the nation.

The history of sushi dates back over 2,000 years and begins with the conception of narezushi, which involves packing fish by pressing it in rice and salt. Japanese fisherman used the technique to preserve freshly caught fish and allow for a natural fermentation process, although people normally threw away any remaining rice. Sushi underwent further evolution during the 18th century when Tokyo chef Yohei Hanaya decided to forgo the fermentation process and served the rice-pressed fish on its own. The dish met with success and the popularity of sushi began to rise. As sushi gained in popularity, two distinct styles were developed by chefs in Osaka and Tokyo.

Japanese culture regards the creation of sushi as an art form due to the careful preparation that goes into its appearance. In Japan, chefs tend to establish their own styles for rolling and plating the dish and may spend years learning the craft of sushi-making. Chefs must master a variety of skills in order to become successful sushi-makers, such as the proper ways to clean and cut fish, how to press rice by hand, and learning to add sauces appropriately. Furthermore, Japanese culinary schools often dedicate entire programs to the art of sushi.

Five Tips for Journeys of Self-Discovery

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Journeys of Self-Discovery
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New York City resident Julissa Guzman leads a career as a passionate independent makeup artist with a history of working with models for magazines, print advertisements, and other media types. Outside her career, travel plays an important role in Julissa Guzman’s life, and she values these ventures as critical journeys of self-discovery. Individuals interested in using travel as a form of self-discovery should keep the following suggestions in mind.

1. Consider traveling alone. Traveling alone allows you to focus on yourself without worrying about the needs, wants, and concerns of others. Solo travel also gives introverts an opportunity to explore outside their comfort zone and express themselves more openly without worrying about the pressures and expectations of family, friends, and colleagues.

2. Keep an open mind. Remain open to new experiences and welcome deviations from the norm. Take notice of the little things and refrain from restricting yourself to familiar practices, activities, and places. Moreover, consider a completely unfamiliar place as your destination or travel route in order to give yourself an entirely new experience.

3. Plan. Planning does not necessarily mean creating a detailed itinerary. Rather, it means making the necessary preparations before leaving: pack appropriate clothing and supplies, consider purchasing an AAA membership, and remember to inform close friends and family of your general direction or destination. In addition, you may want to designate one person as a daily contact.

4. Focus on the journey, not the destination. Placing too much focus on the journey’s final destination or ultimate goal can detract from the overall experience and result in making few, if any, new discoveries about yourself. Keep your focus on the journey itself and the experiences it has to offer. Let yourself get lost in the moment, appreciate the little things, and avoid making grand expectations.

5. Make changes. If you succeed in discovering new things about yourself, don’t force yourself back into old habits. Consider making permanent changes that alter your life for the better.

Paulo Coelho and Ute Lemper’s Musical Collaboration “9 Secrets”

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9 Secrets
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A makeup artist based in New York, Julissa Guzman is an avid reader who enjoys works of fiction as well as self-help books. Julissa Guzman’s favorite fiction writer is Paulo Coelho. Best-known as author of The Alchemist, the Brazilian novelist is also known as a lyricist who recently collaborated with Ute Lemper on the album The 9 Secrets.

The German singer-actress, who currently stars in the Broadway revival of Chicago is known for her interpretations of Kurt Weill songs. She speaks of the album as reflecting an upbringing in postwar Germany, with her hometown of Munich still recovering from World War II bombing and immersed in Cold War uncertainty. Music presented the perfect escape route from a chilling reality.

The album itself had its genesis in Lemper reading Paulo Coelho’s book, Manuscripts Found in Accra, and discovering “a beautiful connection to the soul.” As it happened, Coelho was intimately familiar with Lemper’s work, and he allowed the singer to take those phrases from the book that most resonated and place them within a lyrical poetic frame. The resulting album is a series of atmospheric performances designed to amplify Coelho’s words.