Ok here it is, you either have to watch the whole 30 minute show or skip to 13:11. Either way you’ll see how my mad ukelele skills did not save me from being Zoinked.


  One major benefit of being a professional makeup artist is that you get to work in exciting environments with beautiful people and fascinating celebrities. But no one ever said that this career was easy. For Jessica Steblyk, the makeup artist for The Morning Show for Global TV in Toronto, it helps that she doesn’t have an aversion to early starts. “My alarm is set for 3.20am,” she smiles. “Call time is 4am. But it’s stress free at Global. I have two hours to get everyone ready, which is luxury.” Late nights are out of the question for Jessica and the rest of The Morning Show team, but there are plenty of positives that come with this position. Read more at http://www.blanchemacdonald.com/news/makeup/2012/top-makeup-school-graduate-jessica-steblyk/

 

One major benefit of being a professional makeup artist is that you get to work in exciting environments with beautiful people and fascinating celebrities. But no one ever said that this career was easy. For Jessica Steblyk, the makeup artist for The Morning Show for Global TV in Toronto, it helps that she doesn’t have an aversion to early starts.

“My alarm is set for 3.20am,” she smiles. “Call time is 4am. But it’s stress free at Global. I have two hours to get everyone ready, which is luxury.”

Late nights are out of the question for Jessica and the rest of The Morning Show team, but there are plenty of positives that come with this position.

Read more at http://www.blanchemacdonald.com/news/makeup/2012/top-makeup-school-graduate-jessica-steblyk/


Original article at http://www.judyink.com/judys-makeup-artist-jessica-steblyk-donates-her-time-new-years-eve-for-a-good-cause/ If you’re looking for a great way to spend your New Year’s Eve, before counting down to 2012, stop by 121 Bloor Street East where Judy’s makeup artist, Jessica Steblyk, will be donating her time for women’s empowerment in Arusha, Tanzania. From 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., you can donate a minimum of $50.00 for a professional makeup application appointment done by none other than Jessica herself. All the proceeds will be donated to CHETI Widows Project, which is a collective of women living in Tanzania, with the shared goal of giving the women in the community a better life. By giving these women capital, they are able to start a business, generate income and better their lives through their own agency and empowerment. Jessica’s New Year’s Eve event is a fantastic way to help these women create a better life. By donating, you will not only be empowering women through a network of dedicated and strong individuals, but you will also receive a professional makeup session that you can wear out for the evening afterwards. The details: Location: 121 Bloor Street East Minimum Donation: $50.00 Time: 4:00-8:00 pm For more information regarding the CHETI Widows Project, visit: http://chetiwidowsproject.com/what-we-do/ For more information regarding Jessica Steblyk’s event, visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/155125524592206/?notif_t=event_invite

Original article at http://www.judyink.com/judys-makeup-artist-jessica-steblyk-donates-her-time-new-years-eve-for-a-good-cause/

If you’re looking for a great way to spend your New Year’s Eve, before counting down to 2012, stop by 121 Bloor Street East where Judy’s makeup artist, Jessica Steblyk, will be donating her time for women’s empowerment in Arusha, Tanzania.

From 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., you can donate a minimum of $50.00 for a professional makeup application appointment done by none other than Jessica herself. All the proceeds will be donated to CHETI Widows Project, which is a collective of women living in Tanzania, with the shared goal of giving the women in the community a better life. By giving these women capital, they are able to start a business, generate income and better their lives through their own agency and empowerment.

Jessica’s New Year’s Eve event is a fantastic way to help these women create a better life. By donating, you will not only be empowering women through a network of dedicated and strong individuals, but you will also receive a professional makeup session that you can wear out for the evening afterwards.

The details:

Location: 121 Bloor Street East

Minimum Donation: $50.00

Time: 4:00-8:00 pm

For more information regarding the CHETI Widows Project, visit:

http://chetiwidowsproject.com/what-we-do/

For more information regarding Jessica Steblyk’s event, visit:

https://www.facebook.com/events/155125524592206/?notif_t=event_invite


  Meghan Heffern (left) and Jessica Steblyk at Unmasked (JJ Thompson/JJ Thompson) Source: Party photos of the week – The Globe and Mail

 

Meghan Heffern (left) and Jessica Steblyk at Unmasked (JJ Thompson/JJ Thompson) Source: Party photos of the week – The Globe and Mail


  Do you ever find yourself rushing to ready for your day early in the morning, the news advising you in the background, when all of a sudden you are startled by the anchor perfect complexion at a painful 7.30 A.M.? Do you then pause your early morning routine to ponder just how they look so radiant? Well, her name is Jessica Steblyk and she is the secret make-up weapon for the flawless and fresh complexions of many of our adored television personalities. Read more at http://famedmagazine.com/magazineissue19/fashionpro.html

 

Do you ever find yourself rushing to ready for your day early in the morning, the news advising you in the background, when all of a sudden you are startled by the anchor perfect complexion at a painful 7.30 A.M.? Do you then pause your early morning routine to ponder just how they look so radiant?

Well, her name is Jessica Steblyk and she is the secret make-up weapon for the flawless and fresh complexions of many of our adored television personalities.

Read more at http://famedmagazine.com/magazineissue19/fashionpro.html


  BMC: Tell us, what are you currently working on and what have some of your most interesting projects been since graduating from the Blanche Macdonald Centre’s Makeup School? JS: Currently I am working with the “Shopping Bags” Anna and Kristina on their new program called Anna and Kristina’s Grocery Bags. Learning how a show like that is put together has been very interesting. I’ve worked on a handful of commercials, print ads, television shows, music videos, publicity tours, private client event makeup, weddings etc. It’s really been a mixed bag and I find it all interesting. For me I love the connection with the people, so more steady work, like Breakfast Television and Grocery Bag, where I can build friendships is the most fun for me. Read more at http://www.blanchemacdonald.com/news/makeup/2009/jessica-steblyk/

 

BMC: Tell us, what are you currently working on and what have some of your most interesting projects been since graduating from the Blanche Macdonald Centre’s Makeup School?

JS: Currently I am working with the “Shopping Bags” Anna and Kristina on their new program called Anna and Kristina’s Grocery Bags. Learning how a show like that is put together has been very interesting. I’ve worked on a handful of commercials, print ads, television shows, music videos, publicity tours, private client event makeup, weddings etc. It’s really been a mixed bag and I find it all interesting.

For me I love the connection with the people, so more steady work, like Breakfast Television and Grocery Bag, where I can build friendships is the most fun for me.

Read more at http://www.blanchemacdonald.com/news/makeup/2009/jessica-steblyk/