Harmony™ Artist Spotlight: Jill Ullmer Shares Her Story

Sometimes in life, we're tested. Not to show our weaknesses, but to discover our strengths. Harmony Artist Jill Ullmer truly knows the meaning of struggle and has turned her self-proclaimed "curse" into a blessing. Here is her story: ____________________ I am 37 years old and have spent my entire career in sales for Corporate America. I went from customer service to inside sales, to sales manager, to sales trainer, to manager of training and development, to director of sales and marketing to.... tattooist!  I became obsessed with eyebrows at 11 years old when I began pulling out my eyebrows and eyelashes due to a disorder called Trichotillomania, or Trich ("trick"). I didn't know I had a disorder until I was 21 years old,...

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Harmony™ Artist Spotlight: Ciara Ramsden Shares Her Story

Every day, we hear from artists that truly touch us with their personal stories of success, motivation, and hard work. Permanent Makeup Artists come from many different walks of life, with so many different experiences that led them to where they are today. With a passion for not only brows, but client safety and making a difference in people's lives, artist Ciara Ramsden inspired us with her story so naturally, we just had to share it with you! ____________________ "I have been a PMU artist for 1.5 years and I am the Owner/ Artist at Flirt Cosmetics Studio and Brow Bar in Cochrane, Alberta. I am a Registered Paramedic in Alberta and I have been working in Emergency Services for 17...

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Harmony™ Artist Janine Slater shares her story

by Janine SlaterPermanent Makeup Artist, Philadelphia, USA So, a little about me...I absolutely love what I do! I love getting up every day and helping people feel great about themselves. I love that I have found such a passion for what I do. I feel so fortunate, because my journey to get here has not always been so easy! If it had been easy, I may not appreciate that I now get to do what I love every day of my life… I was raised by my Granny and Pop my whole life, or I should say, I don’t ever remember them not having custody of me. I was the first girl in the family. My grandparents had five boys...

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