Makeover of the Month: Jackie Pennington

Makeover of the Month: Jackie Pennington

Makeover and clothes provided by Cloud 9 Salon
214.415.4806 | www.cloud9salon.com

Jackie Pennington is a single woman in her early 60s who spent most of her time helping care for her granddaughter, Harper, who suffered from CDKL5 Disorder. For almost six years she helped her daughter, Penny, care for Harper. Unfortunately Harper passed away in January 2016 and shortly after Jackie was laid off her job. The heartbreak of loosing her granddaughter and the loss of her job didn’t stop Jackie though, who always found the light even in the hardest of times. Cloud 9 Salon wanted to help Jackie find a new purpose in her life, and a makeover seemed to be a perfect first step.

Makeup by Olivia Barr
Olivia focused on hydrating her face with anti-aging moisturizer and a dry oil serum that also works on the skin’s texture and firmness. The foundation used was Expert Finish Cream to give her good coverage that evened out the skin tone with a velvet finish. She wanted to accentuate her beautiful cheekbones and eyes, so Olivia used golds and browns on her eyes and popped her cheeks with a little pink. 

Hair by Peter Yoon
Right away, Peter wanted to put some highlights in her hair to give her lightness and a more youthful look. For contrast and depth, he made her base color two shades darker. Peter cut a good 6 inches off to get a more clean and professional feel.  He also gave her long layers for more versatility and movement. 

Want to be the next Makeover? Email cloud9salon@cloud9salon.com and tell us why you deserve it!

Photography by Hannah Claire


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