Author Archives: Jeannine Morris

Emmys Day Excitement

Grateful.  Grateful.  Grateful!  I felt like I was living a dream yesterday on the E! red carpet with Dove at the Emmys!  Did you watch?  Here are some pics.  I seriously couldn’t stop smiling.  Alicia Quarles and I gave two women a huge surprise and it felt awesome to be able to do that for someone.  In case you missed it, check out the video!

Celebrating 5 Years Freelance: Tips from My Mentors
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5 years ago

I’m writing this post with gratitude as I look out the window onto the Emmys red carpet from a suite at the Ritz Carlton in LA and reflect on the past five years.  It’s been five years to the week that I decided to quit my job and go full time freelance.  Not knowing exactly where that would take me, I created a vision board filled with dreams and ambitious goals.  That year, I did my first national TV segment live from the Emmys red carpet for E!. Today, I came full circle and am back on the Emmys red carpet with E!, but this time as a spokesperson for Dove coined E!’s beauty insider. What happened in between I credit to drive, networking, mentors, strategic partnerships, tunnel vision and gratitude.  

My 2nd E! Commercial for Dove

And here it is, the second commercial I shot this summer in LA for Dove that’s currently airing on E!.  This time red carpet stylist, Micaela Erlanger (who’s responsible for everything Lupita Nyong’o wears), joined Alicia Quarles and I.  As you can see, it was a really fun shoot day and great pleasure to work with these talented women.  Make sure you tune into the E! red carpet on Emmys night to see what Dove and I have in store!

Fall Beauty Trends: All in the Eyes

fall-beauty-trends-metallic-eyes Even though it’s still technically summer, it’s not too early to begin embracing fall beauty trends.  As I reported from backstage NY Fashion Week, there are many to be excited about, but let’s start by talking about the eyes.  Lorac Pro Makeup Artist, Tiffany Kilgore, gave me the scoop on how to play up your peepers. With a few minor adjustments, all of these trends focusing on the eyes can be universally flattering.