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Dear friends, Because of my current project, In My Chair, I am currently unavailable for makeup tutorials... Please check back in Spring 2019!

Private Makeover Lesson & Image Consulting

Eva will travel to you with her pro-kit, using only the absolute, top-of-the-line products; Including Giorgio Armani, Laura Mercier, YSL, Kevin Aucoin, La mer, Bobbi Brown, and many more. Through a step-by-step process, she will teach you how to create a radiant, flawless, and effortless glow. By the end you will achieve the look you love, and you will feel confident recreating it on your own- Eva guarantees you will learn tips and tricks of the trade you hadn't tried before!


We will enhance features, creating an elegant look without looking heavy or overdone! Eva does not sell you products, but will give you recommendations. You are also welcome to show her your own products; we will go over what works, how to use it, and what else you may need to achieve the look. A lash application lesson is also included. Be sure to make plans that evening! You will look and feel fabulous!


-Allow 2 hours for the consult.


C  T A 

Dear friends and colleagues,

Thank you. I'm overwhelmed with gratitude for the outpouring of support in response to the NYTimes piece about my decision to come forward in Singeli Agnew's Documentary. on Discovery+ 


I'm grateful for every single woman who has made the life-altering decision to come forward and share her story. It's through their collective courage, I was finally able to share my own. 


I look forward to moving on from this and continuing the work I've done for almost a decade advocating for women and girls globally and encouraging women everywhere to find -- and use -- their voices. 


My story is not exceptional. One in three women is subjected to physical or sexual violence in her lifetime. Seventy percent of women in the restaurant industry report being sexually harassed.


For far too long, women around the world have been forced to silently harbor deep feelings of crippling guilt, shame and responsibility for acts of sexual misconduct perpetrated against them by men in positions of power -- acts they did not welcome or deserve. It is time for that burden to be lifted from these women, to be assumed instead by those responsible in the form of direct accountability. 

Let them do the explaining for once.

By speaking out and supporting those who do, we can become agents of change and improve the culture one story at a time,

If you or someone you know needs support, please contact the National Sexual Assault Helpline at 1-800-656-4673.

                                                           With deepest gratitude, 



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