Monday, January 14, 2013

Golden Globes Hair Pics

Monday, January 7, 2013

Masks for Mardi Gras

As featured in HOT by Hairs How Magazine. 
Hair & Makeup: Sherri Jesssee Photo: Jason Setiawan Masks: Stephan Keating
Hair & Makeup: Sherri Jesssee Photo: Jason Setiawan Masks: Stephan Keating
Hair & Makeup: Sherri Jesssee Photo: Jason Setiawan Masks: Stephan Keating
Hair & Makeup: Sherri Jesssee Photo: Jason Setiawan Masks: Stephan Keating

From Wikipedia: "Mardi Gras" (pron.: /ˈmɑrdiɡrɑː/), "Mardi Gras season", and "Carnival season", in English, refer to events of the Carnival celebrations, beginning on or after Epiphany and culminating on the day before Ash WednesdayMardi gras is French for Fat Tuesday, referring to the practice of the last night of eating richer, fatty foods before the ritual fasting of the Lenten season, which begins on Ash Wednesday

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

As featured in Beauty Entertainment Magazine: Sherri's Custom Compacts

As featured in Beauty Entertainment Magazine!!
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Introducing Sherri's Custom Compacts
The way elegant women organize their beauty!

See the first in a series of videos as I share professional makeup tips allowing you to get to maximum gorgeous with minimum effort!

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Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Video One: Day Makeup Look for Maggie

Makeup: Sherri Jessee Photo: Nathan Mays

Introducing the first in a video tutorial series featuring my makeup tips. As a hair and makeup artist,  I have had the good fortune to have my work with top models and celebrities published in hundreds of magazines worldwide. Being the preferred stylist for MISS VIRGINIA USA, I frequently work with past, current, and future beauty queens! 

This has inspired me to embrace a devotion to simplifying the process. My tagline is, "the way elegant women organize their beauty." With my time saving tricks and unique beauty products you will achieve maximum gorgeous with minimum effort.   

View the first in the video series Day Look for Maggie. You don't want to miss a thing so be sure to subscribe to my blog, and follow me on Facebook and Twitter! 

THANKS a ton!

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As seen in SheKnows: Successful Women's Hairstyles

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Rock a classic bob

"Powerful women in the workplace are also typically very busy women, multi-tasking many duties at once. This, however, is no excuse for not taking the time to look your finest. Having a neat and well-coiffed appearance will exude confidence and importance on the job. Classic bob shapes are excellent for all ages and frame the face while simultaneously coming off as polished and professional.” — Sherri Jessee, seasoned hair and makeup artist.

As seen in SheKnows: Makeup to Influence Perceptions

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What your color choices say about you

Seasoned hair and makeup artist Sherri Jessee shares her thoughts on three popular hues.
What wearing red lipstick says about you

Red means energy…

In color psychology, red means energy, passion, action, strength and excitement. Choose red lips when you want to show power and passion for your position. A great trick is to blot several times on a tissue to remove excess color. This will diffuse the brightness of the shade and prevent the dreaded lipstick on the teeth situation.
What blue eye makeup says about you

Blue relates to trust...

Blue is the most universally favored color. It relates to trust, honesty and dependability, therefore helping to build customer loyalty. Blue can be a terrific accent shade for all colors of eyes. Use a flat brush, and smudge in close to your lash line on the top and bottom for a flash of color. Don’t do a frosty, blue shadow all over, though.
What pink blush conveys about your personality

Pink conveys youth...

Pink is feminine and youthful in its softer shades, with more passion and energy in its deeper shades. This is one color to avoid, as the impression of youth and innocence may take away from your power. It is important to not look ghostly, so opt for more neutral shades when choosing your blush color so as to not over-do the pink.