FACE MIDLIFE WITH CONFIDENCE
AND BE COMFORTABLE WITH WHO YOU ARE
ON THINKING DIFFERENTLY AS WE AGE—
Getting older doesn’t mean we have to stop looking and feeling amazing.
We just have to think differently:
- about showing who we are
- how we make ourselves up
- about the colors we wear
- and how to make our best impression
AGING WITH GRACE isn’t only about looking glamorous. It’s to do with feeling good about what (and who!) you see when you look in the mirror—even if you haven’t put on makeup.
About Deborah Williams
Deborah couldn’t resist the opportunity to fill a gap among women of a certain age when she founded GRACE Makeup for Midlife.
Trained in the makeup and wig program at the Canadian Opera Company, Deborah has fluffed her makeup brushes over many famous faces and continues to work for national TV programs and film.
“Women in the baby-boom generation are disconcerted by the aging process on their faces and bodies. I give practical advice to help women cope with changes and feel fully confident in the face you present.
“This may be why I’ve always loved this quote from Oscar Wilde…”
“Be yourself. Everyone else is taken.”
LEARN HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF YOU
“Aging gracefully is about embracing and embellishing. But some women aren’t sure where to start.
“Helping women at any age to face the mirror and the future with confidence was always my motivation. I expanded the philosophy to share the information with anyone who needs it in my book, “The grace Factor.”
“I still provide personal services to celebrity and local clients—but now I’m taking it on the road. I’m happy to offer more speaking engagements and workshops to help women feel confident and beautiful—at any age!”
BOOK DEBORAH & GRACE MAKEUP—IT MAY CHANGE YOUR LIFEPlease check out my book, “The grace Factor,” workshop schedule, and my videos. Or schedule a presentation or workshop for your group, company, or networking get-together.
Book a personal Makeup Update With Grace session if you’re in the Toronto area.
Diane Craig, President, Corporate Class Inc. Diane Craig