Who’s That Girl
There’s a new blog in town which means there is also a new blogger. Who is she?
She is I. I am Isabel. A woman in her (still early) thirties. An employee. A daughter. A younger sister. A friend. A public relations’ director. A fervent social media user. A confident. A friend to beauty bloggers and fashionistas. An avid reader. A make-up fanatic. A skin care and small jars crazed girl. An individual afflicted by dermatographia. An esthetician. A former cosmetician. A music aficionada. A rap, hip hop and rnb listener (shocking, I know!). An auntie. A Virgo. An animal lover. A pet owner. A BlackBerry addict. A new iPhone user. A coffee and tea drinker. A dark chocolate lover. A dreamer. An emotional, caring, sensitive gal. An owner of the entire Golden Girls (yes, the hit sitcom from the '80's!) DVD collection. A bilingual francophone. A lactose intolerant person. A fast-pace walker and a heavy-footed driver. A private school graduate. A home office worker. A wanna be cook. A perfectionist. A tweeter.
I studied, graduated and then worked as an esthetician in a beauty salon. I joined Marcelle over ten years ago, never left, and never looked back. I fell in love with cosmetics and skin care when I was just a toddler, making over my grandmother with heavy coats of lipstick and eye shadow, giving her pedicures and massaging her hands with layers of cream. I was wearing a purple lipstick to school when I was just in grade 2; an Annabelle Kohl Eyeliner by the time I was in grade 3; had my own jar of Marcelle Moisture Cream during my last year of elementary school and also used their concealer to hide my blemishes all through high school. We were meant to be.
Make-up and skin care have always been a passion. I am also passionate about writing and surfing the Internet. What more could I wish for when I was asked to combine my passions for work purposes? I am nothing short of delighted.
As the Marcelle blogger, I will feature articles to provide information, entertain and to make our lives easier and simplified. The Marcelle blog will occasionally feature articles from collaborators on a variety of topics. Feel free to comment and suggests ideas you would like to know more about.
I am here. I am the real person behind a computer screen and the author behind these lines, in English and in French. I am a Marcelle woman. And perhaps you are about to discover you are a Marcelle woman too.