Mar 31, 2020
The skincare products your client uses once they walk out of your studio can directly effect the outcome of your work. The best thing you can do is educate your clients but, in order to do so, Artists must be well equipped with the proper information themselves. Need a refresher course? Not to worry! Chastity Evans @sugarpopaesthetics is here to give you the run down on skincare products - which to avoid and which to recommend.
Chastity is a licensed medical esthetician, makeup artist, cosmetic tattoo artist and owner of Sugarpop Aesthetics; a chic beauty studio located just outside of Washington DC. She was the very first dual licensed micropigmentation artist and esthetician to be licensed in the District of Columbia. Chastity believes that true beauty begins within. Her 17 years of professional beauty experience began under the direction of photographer, author, makeup artist turned beauty mogul/ entrepreneur, Danessa Myricks.
Chastity is a former Washington Redskins Cheerleader of 5 seasons. During her time on the sidelines she had the opportunity to work on set for swimsuit calendar shoots, team photos as well as travel abroad,13 countries to be exact! During her travels, she gained insight on what beauty means in every shade. She has been a panel speaker for woman of color and beauty educator for professional artist trying to make their break in the industry. Much like other licensed PMU artists,she shares a passion for teaching and leading others to reach their professional goals not just as entrepreneurs but in life.