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Han­nah John­son Writer

The gig John­son, a Cana­dian ex­pat in Lon­don is a self-pro­claimed hol­i­day-beauty ad­dict. In “The Great Glit­ter Dilemma” (p. 126), she of­fers her stance on whether to sparkle or not this sea­son. In­sider trick “I’ve seen makeup artists put lip balm on mod­els’ eye­lids and cheek­bones as a way of catch­ing the light. It gives the pret­ti­est sheen.”

Julie Cus­son Makeup Artist

The gig Mon­treal na­tive Cus­son cre­ated glam­orous looks for our “Bit­ter Sweet” beauty shoot (p. 130). Win­ter glow “It’s im­por­tant to change your skin­care rou­tine in the win­ter. Treat the skin with a fa­cial serum be­fore mois­tur­iz­ing. Think twice about lip­stick and opt for gloss—it nour­ishes and pro­tects the lips. Fi­nally, choose a light foun­da­tion as a sec­ond-skin for­mula.”

Dani Witt Model

The gig Brazil­ian-born, New York-based Witt is pretty in pink in “Rosé All Day” (p. 110). Show must go on “I did a show in Lon­don and had two looks. The sec­ond look was a dress with a zip­per, and it ripped right be­fore I had to go on. That was em­bar­rass­ing!” n

Geneviève Len­neville Makeup Artist & hair­styl­ist

The gig The “mag­i­cal trans­for­ma­tion” that makeup can bring about is what drives Mon­trealer Len­neville. This month, she took a nat­u­ral ap­proach in “Soft Spot” (p. 100). French girls “I’d love to work with Mar­ion Cotil­lard, Char­lotte Gains­bourg and Vanessa Par­adis. I love their ef­fort­less style and nat­u­ral beauty.”

Rose­mary Counter Writer

The gig Toronto-based Counter wrote “Hon­ey­moon Hang­over” (p. 94), which breaks down why long-time part­ners some­times call it quits shortly af­ter say­ing “I do.”

Deal breaker? “Num­ber one: lack of ef­fort. A man who’s not try­ing to im­press you now will try even less in the fu­ture—guar­an­teed.”

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