In today’s world of constant Zoom-ing, we’re literally putting our best face forward on our computer screens. Working from home, juggling family care, homeschooling, and facing unprecedented hardship and uncertainty—it can be hard to keep a confident and optimistic appearance.
Take an hour out of your day with Amy Banas, image consultant for both corporate rock stars and celebrities, to learn her insider secrets on how to best manage your appearance. Tweak your morning routine and daily habits for a fresh, screen-ready look with minimal effort, and remind yourself that your image will bring confidence to the screen—no matter what the day brings.
In this session Amy will:
• Show you how to go from “just woke up” to camera ready in 5 minutes flat.
• Share insider tips that the best estheticians, makeup artists and hair stylists use on themselves and their clients.
• Answer any and all of your self-care questions about skincare and makeup.
• Learn the best camera angles, lighting, and backgrounds for teleconferencing.
This is a corporate workshop, not a sales pitch. No products or services will be sold or offered during this session—we’re just here to invest in a little self-care and remember the joy that comes from the simple things in life.
Business Owner at Just Amy
Amy has 28 years of experience working as a certified makeup professional and hair stylist. She teaches the foundations of beauty and style at Columbia College. Her clients include CEOs and top executives in the fields of business, law, STEM, news media, and medicine. She has worked with various Olympians, professional athletes and best-selling authors on many of their book tours.
Amy has been a lifelong believer that the future is female and is proud of the role she plays in helping women executives step forward to lead with confidence. Amy’s secret to success starts with listening to each client’s ambitions and goals, and then helping them create the appearance that aligns with everything they strive to be. Her motto is “Beauty is an inside out job.”