Ya’ll I’m so excited to share the some news in two parts! I’m shining bright like a diamond for a good cause! I’ve signed on to dance competitively for Dancing Stars of Coastal Georgia. If you’ve ever watched the show Dancing with the Stars, it’s exactly like the finale complete with mirror ball trophy. The big night is May 6th in Savannah, Georgia and I’ll be fundraising my heart out by selling show tickets, hosting fun events, and collecting sponsorships to raise $20,000 for the foundation. Yes, you read that correctly $20k. A huge mountain of a goal that was given to me to turn into an even bigger victory. And you know how I love empowering women, right? Well my pro dance partner is none other than local dance giant, Rachael Moore of Salon de Baile! I’m out to prove that you don’t need a guy to dance or do your makeup.
Now on to my next exciting bit of news. Back in September’s Fall Trendcasting post, I shared a subtle way to wear glitter. Since then glitter has been blowing up and showing up everywhere in full force. And Lady Gaga’s performance at the Super Bowl 50 was the red glittery cherry on top!
SO it seemed like the perfect time to roll out some sparkle-tastic glittery makeup for you lovelies! The newJMTM Sparkle Kits are only for a limited time and come in 6 colors. The $60 special price tag gets you a 6 piece kit and a $10 donation to the Alzheimer’s Association. I have 12 sets in each color, so do not wait to get them. These babies are like Girl Scout cookies, you gotta get’em while you can!
In this month’s video (top of page), I break down the steps for each product and will even show you show to use glitter. Our super cute model, Savannah, is rockin’ the #endalz color purple to help bring this video to life! Thank you to my sister friends at Paprika Southern for being super supportive and giving me this platform to spread the word on ending such a terrible disease. I’m dancing in honor of my Grammy and I pray we can put an end to this monster. Learn more about Grammy and how you can help by visiting www.alz.org.