#GRWM Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona Rays of Hope Speaking Engagement
On May 17th, 2018 I had the pleasure of speaking at the Brian Injury Alliance of Arizona’s Rays of Hope event. It’s a free annual event for survivors and caregivers affected by traumatic brain injury with speakers and sessions on a variety of subjects having to do with TBIs. This was my third event with BIAAZ; I got the opportunity to once again share about how I acquired my brain injury as well as my experience with the Unmasking Brain Injury project where I got to make a mask that represents living with a TBI.
“All good things are wild and free”-Thoreau
This speaking engagement was special to me as it happened almost two years to the day of the accident that caused the TBI. I thought it would be cool to take a different spin with this post about the event by sharing all the green makeup and skincare products I used to create the natural beauty look I rocked for it.
Below are the deets for this simple clean makeup look. And you can watch the video here (it’s also shown in this post below the list of products used). Much gratitude to Eugene the Author for the dope music!
Skin prepped with:
Sulu Organics Carrot Oil (carrot oil has a natural SPF of 40 in addition to the other skin benefits!)
100% Pure Coffee Bean Caffeine Eye Cream (this stuff is a dream and smells delicious!)
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