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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Rhode Island’s Best makeup artist fulfills customer needs

Women who enjoy wearing makeup often stick to one or two brands, and the same goes for the hairstylists and other beauty professionals they choose. That’s why it isn’t surprising that dedicated patrons of Cosmetic Cosmos will be searching for the company’s online home and new customers will discover its owner Sherry Brice who has earned the reputation of the Best Makeup Artist in Newport, RI.

cosmetic cosmos faceFor the past 13 years, Cosmetic Cosmos has been a leader in cosmetics, skincare, spa and beauty services as well as men’s shaving products. The information in the About Us section of expounds on that: “We are your one-stop shop for mineral makeup, primers and foundations, color cosmetics, men’s shaving products and a host of other quality make-up products you need to put your best face forward.”

On the site, customers will find a “galaxy” of choices that will result in the ideal look to keep up with current, hot make-up trends. Sherry is proud to offer the highest quality products at reasonable prices because she believes you shouldn’t have to break the bank to look fabulous.

There’s more to the site than just purchasing cosmetics, there are also makeup brushes, accessories and gift cards. You’ll find up-to-date and informative blog posts through a link on the retail site and you can keep up with new products, information and announcements by following on Twitter and Facebook. For those who need a personal touch Cosmetic Cosmos offers professional wedding and makeup services, which are performed by the experienced and highly-trained staff of makeup artist and estheticians.


What are you waiting for? You know you’re in need of eyeliner pencils, eye shadow, concealer or primer… that’s just the beginning. Visit Cosmetic Cosmos then come back and tell me what you’re going to purchase?


Monday, October 7, 2013

Empty can be so beautiful

As a woman who suffers from a few chronic conditions I have come to appreciate the little things even more than I have in the past. That became glaringly obvious today when I sent my daughter a picture of my kitchen skin.

You see, my dual kitchen sink was empty. Completely empty. No dirty dishes to be washed, no clean dishes to be put away, nothing soaking… absolutely, beautifully bare. When I sent Amber the text the caption was simple: “Isn’t it beautiful…”


No other words were necessary because my daughter knew the joy I was expressing. She has quite frequently come over to try to clean the kitchen when I’m not feeling well. This last stint was rough on her as well because my grandbaby Autumn, her daughter, was sick with an ear infection and a cold, which she kindly passed to her mother.

Not only was I under the weather, but I ended up playing hostess to bronchitis. I never thought I would be glad for my regular pain to come back and replace the fiery pain that coursed through my body, chest and skull.

Now, here I sit with laundry completely washed and a sink devoid of a mountain of dishes… that’s beautiful, right?

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