My beauty escapades now seem to have there own life force and they are moving at the speed of light. I can't believe it is nearly 3 years since I first met Danielle Sampieri, the eyebrow artiste extraordinaire, who taught me the necessity of a well groomed brow, (http://www.divadebbi.blogspot.com/2009/10/just-brow-zing.html).
At the time Danielle was at the Benefit Brow Bar at Bloomingdales in White Plains. I was faithful to her, until she left to work in their SoHo branch for awhile and work with her colleague Dahlia at the Brow Bar.
The Brow Bar is a busy place that requires appointments. On Saturday, I looked at the two, shapeless rectangles on my forehead and sighed. Though I had to go to Bloomingdales to pick up a new "Soar" lipliner from MAC (the perfect pink nude, that should be standard in any cosmetic collection but is as rare as a Siberian tiger), the chance of getting squeezed in for a tweeze was probably nil.
To my great good fortune, I caught a lull, and Dahlia sat me down and got to work, (she knows I now know better and I much appreciated that she skipped the hand wringing and lecture, though we both knew she had her work cut out for her).
As I sat there, I thought of Danielle who introduced me to this world. She taught me how a well shaped and defined brow adds structure to the face and opens up the eye area. That it requires routine maintenance and a bit of daily work, but that it adds a finish an refinement to the face and that the effort is worth it...she's that passionate. And she is that right.
The very next morning, I got an lovely email from Danielle. She thanked me for how much my blog helped her build her clientele and wanted to let me know that she had returned to the area. I thanked her right back for sending me to brow finishing school and let her know I (mostly) kept up with all of her edicts.
For a brow consultation and appointment with Danielle Sampieri, call her at her new location: Salon Savior at 195 E. Post Rd. in White Plains 914-761-9292.
And tell her DivaDebbi sent you. Beauty has a beautiful karma all it's own. Pay it forward...