Athleisure - - News - PHOTOS | Jamie Green­berg

As we con­tinue into Spring with the thoughts on the Sum­mer, we want to look our best to take ad­van­tage of fab­u­lous weather, time with friends and just be­ing able to look the way we wish. We took a mo­ment to chat with Zyrtec Celebrity Makeup Artist Jamie Green­berg, who has a who's who list of celebrity clients, great tips to main­tain great face even dur­ing al­lergy sea­son as well as a re­ally cool per­son to talk to in gen­eral in terms of her jour­ney of be­ing a Celebrity Makeup Artist.

ATH­LEISURE MAG: Tell us about your back­ground and that mo­ment you re­al­ized that you wanted to be a makeup artist?

JAMIE GREEN­BERG: I've al­ways been into art and makeup. Be­fore mov­ing to Los An­ge­les, I worked at an ULTA - re­ally just to kill time and I loved be­ing sur­rounded by makeup, so why not? The dis­count was a girl's best friend. The first time I gave a makeover I knew this was some­thing I wanted to do for the rest of my life!

AM: What is an av­er­age day like for you ver­sus dur­ing awards sea­son or a press jun­ket for your clients?

JG: A nor­mal day usu­ally starts with me feed­ing and get­ting my kids ready for the day, drop­ping my 6-year-old off at school and then head­ing to my work out. Next, I ei­ther have a client to makeup or I shoot video con­tent for my YouTube chan­nel. Dur­ing award

sea­son and press jun­kets, I only have time to work! It's a full day.

AM: Who are your celeb clients and who would you like to have as a client?

JG: My celebrity clients in­clude Ka­ley Cuoco, Rashida Jones, Lau­ren Gra­ham, Kris­ten Ste­wart, Lau­ren Co­han, Katie Lowes, just to name a few. I'd love to work with Oprah, The Broad City Girls, Lena Dun­ham.

AM: Why have you part­nered with Zyrtec and how do al­ler­gies af­fect your face when we hit that sea­son?

JG: This is my fourth year work­ing with Zyrtec to help women across the coun­try deal with their Al­lergy Face beauty chal­lenges. You know what I’m talk­ing about! The red nose, puffi­ness and wa­tery eyes that come around dur­ing al­lergy sea­son. As an al­lergy suf­ferer my­self, I love the op­por­tu­nity this pro­gram gives me to de­velop new ways to help women look bet­ter when the pollen count is high each year. Any­one can use these tips so they feel mo­ti­vated to tackle their day in the spring time.

AM: How can those who suf­fer from al­ler­gies com­bat the ef­fects with makeup and/or beauty hacks?

JG: You can find all of my Al­lergy Face tips and tricks on the beGlammed app and web­site - beGlammed.com/Zyrtec-al­lergy-face. Cour­tesy of the mak­ers of Zyrtec, you will also be able to book any of my Al­lergy Face looks through the beGlammed web­site and app to re­ceive Al­lergy Face makeovers from the com­fort of your own home (through June 7th!).

AM: What are the beauty trends that we should be in­fus­ing into our skin­care or beauty rou­tines?

JG: I'm re­ally into oils right now, both be­fore you put on makeup and af­ter.

AM: We know that you're very busy! When you're tak­ing down­time, what would we find you do­ing?

JG: Ei­ther work­ing out or wear­ing a face mask while watch­ing Net­flix!

AM: What are 3 must-have beauty prod­ucts and 3 must have skin­care prod­ucts that we should have in our cos­metic bags?

JG: For makeup, I can't live with­out my Sis­ley mas­cara, Mally shadow sticks, or Troy Sur­ratt eye­liner. For skin care it would be Vint­ner's Daugh­ter oil, Is Clin­i­cal ac­tive serum, and Lano lips.

AM: What is your per­sonal style - what do you wear when you're work­ing with your clients and what do you wear when you're out and about at brunch?

JG: When I'm with my clients I usu­ally wear a dope pair of kicks, Rag and Bone Jeans, Maje shirt or my fa­vorite Equip­ment Cash­mere when it's cold! When I'm out and about I rock all Gold­Sheep - usu­ally to work out or to run er­rands. That line is ad­dic­tive!

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