Women enjoy sharing their beauty secrets (most of the time) and it is a conversation I particularly enjoy. Do we tell, “the whole truth and nothing but the truth” maybe not 100% of the time but I believe we are generous with our information and learn from each other? The older I am the more I rely on my girlfriends for information and the more I enjoy the exchange.
I love to know the beauty routines of other women and why they practice what they do. Why is it that certain treatments make all the difference for them? I have been trying the product suggestions from Q & A #1 and so far so good.
Michelle Faison is gorgeous, with a fabulous sense of style and as a long-time reader I wanted to get to know her better; she has my idea of a dream job. During my university days, my part-time position was creating wedding flowers, bouquets and posies for all occasions; my love affair with all things floral has never waned. Michelle is a celebrated floral designer in Detroit and has an eye for colour and form. Her floral design business, The Bloomsmith, is her creative outlet.
Over to Michelle,
Define your interpretation of beauty?
I believe that beauty is ageless. I well know it’s correct to say that inner beauty is paramount, let’s face it: physical beauty is what gets noticed first.
Who are your role models/muses when it comes to living life with beauty?
I will always be a huge fan of Audrey Hepburn. She was physically and spiritually beautiful. Sade is another great beauty for me. Sade has managed to maintain a dignified private life while making some of the greatest pop music ever recorded. Both women have a distinctive, classic style that never bends to the whims of fashion.