Pink earrings, pink tote bags, pops of pink clothing, pink scarves… you name it and I like to incorporate pink into my look. While I am normally a nude lipstick queen, I was given the opportunity to try a bold pink matte lipstick from Mary Kay and I gotta tell you, I love it! Add the fact that I am making a difference with Mary Kay’s Pink Changing Lives Program and it’s a win-win! Check out how can you help save lives too with Mary Kay’s Limited-Edition Matte Lipstick in Paparazzi Pink.
I was honored to get to spend three days learning about Mary Kay at the end of April. Since it is headquartered in Dallas, it was a little staycation for me. Some of the highlights of visiting the Mary Kay headquarters were seeing Mary Kay Ash’s office exactly how it was when she ran the company (I got a picture sitting at her desk), taking a tour of the R3 Manufacturing/R&D Center and watching product being packaged en masse, making my own pink lip gloss and lotion and getting an exclusive sneak peek of product that will be launching this year. I have to say, I have a whole new appreciation for how make-up, skincare and beauty products are researched, formulated, produced, packaged and the marketing that goes behind all of it! I will be sharing much more with several blog and social media posts throughout the rest of the year.
A little history… Did you know that Mary Kay Ash started her company on September 13, 1963? She set out to disrupt the business world with her unique sales model that was built by a woman, for women. You probably know that the company’s independent sales force is its secret sauce to success. You can easily connect with an Independent Beauty Consultant on marykay.com. If you are ever in doubt of how phenomenal Mary Kay Ash was, be sure to visit the Mary Kay Museum. Her honors and acknowledgments are endless. Now that’s what you call a true Texas trailblazer!
More on the Pink Changing Lives Program:
OK, let’s talk about this amazing Limited-Edition Matte Lipstick called Paparazzi Pink. Why is it so special? Not only is a great way to add a bold pop of pink to your look, it’s an excellent way to make a difference in the lives of others. HOW? You can support Mary Kay’s global Pink Changing Lives® Program and help change the lives of women and their families. In the United States, through Aug. 15, 2019, Mary Kay Inc. will donate $1 from each sale of limited-edition Mary Kay® Matte Lipstick in Paparazzi Pink to The Mary Kay Foundation. In the United States, Mary Kay is committed to helping women and their families through The Mary Kay Foundation efforts to find cures for cancers affecting women and to help prevent domestic violence. The Mary Kay Foundation has awarded over $78 MILLION to domestic violence shelters, prevention programs and cancer researchers throughout the U.S.
How can YOU help? Click here to purchase a Limited-Edition Mary Kay Matte Lipstick in Paparazzi Pink for yourself, your mom and your friends and help other women! Afraid to wear a bold color lipstick? Here’s a hint: wear a solid silhouette with a bold lip. Notice that I am wearing all white with my pink lip look. I do this a lot with red lipstick.
Join me in looking good, while doing good too. THANK YOU!
xoxo – Tanya
“YOUR ATTITUDE DETERMINES YOUR ALTITUDE. IT REALLY IS TRUE THAT IF YOU THINK YOU CAN, YOU CAN; AND IF YOU THINK YOU CAN’T – YOU’RE RIGHT.” ~ Mary Kay Ash
photo: Audrie Dollins
This blog post was sponsored by Mary Kay. All selections and opinions are my own.Tags: Mary Kay, pink
You look great in that pink and I love your hair like that!
Thanks so much Ruth!
Pink it is. Looks good on you, Mary Kay provided so much opportunity for women – a real trailblazer. I always loved the pink Cadillacs. Thank you for promoting this opportunity and carrying on her legend.
Thanks Barbara! Hope you are well.
You look gorgeous! Thank you for promoting Mary Kay, a company that does so many great things for women, the environment and for the Dallas community. I’ve been happy to celebrate almost 18 years as an Independent rep. I look forward to following your blog.