Proposed Bylaws Addition
by Heather Rush
Thank you for participating in the voting process! The additional provision was unanimously approved to be added to the bylaws, as noted below.
Currently, TBI Bylaws Article IV, (A) Board Responsibilities states the following:
For continuity, it is preferred that the President-Elect come from the existing Board and be endorsed by the Board before being placed on the ballot.
The TBI Board proposes the following be added:
If no one from the existing Board is available to run, the President-Elect may be a Member in good standing who has been active within the Membership for the previous two years.
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Easy Fall Glam Smokey Eye Makeup (Step by Step)
by Suzanne Blons at Sixty and Me
Pull out your inner glamour girl, we are doing a smoky eye! Nearly every woman I know and work with would love to have the smoky-eye look but struggles to apply it. In fact, one over 65 female talent I work with looks forward to shoot days because I pull out the stops to make her look glamorous!
With that in mind, let’s talk how to create a fall glam look including smoky eyes, false lashes, and lathering the lip gloss.
Glamorous Smoky Eye
Smoky eyeshadow is primarily about blending eyeliner and eyeshadow in a way that makes you look sexy and not like you have a black eye. I know this sounds obvious, but there is a fine line between the two that is very easy to overstep. I suggest you tackle this look by going step-by-step and ensuring you have products and brushes that will most help you.
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