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We had the good fortune of connecting with Suzanne Blons and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Suzanne, what role has risk played in your life or career?
“Come to the edge,” he said. “We can’t, we’re afraid!” they responded. “Come to the edge,” he said. “We can’t, We will fall!” they responded. “Come to the edge,” he said. And so they came. And he pushed them. And they flew.” ― Guillaume Apollinaire. The times when I am the happiest, the most alive, the most present, is when I’m standing on the edge. I’ve lost as much as I’ve won in the game of risk taking, but always it is worth it. If I lose, then I learn from what has transpired. If I win, then I grow my risk taking muscle for the next hurdle. Having your own business and being in the media is, in my opinion, one big fat juicy risk. Will I be ridiculed? If I am true to myself, will my tribe follow me? Will I go broke putting money and effort into a pipe-dream, when playing it safe is, well, safer? In the end, I go back to a vision I have of my future life. I’m living in Europe walking briskly down a freshly rained cobblestone street, and am carrying a black back-back for my computer and notes. As I walk, I turn and wave to some people sipping espresso at the local patisserie and declare, “Bonjour”, in a resounding, happy tone. Is the risk worth the vision? Forever and always, the answer is YES. (Click for full article)
Hillary Clinton sits down in your chair. You have five minutes and a makeup case. This isn't the setup to a joke, or even a hypothetical. This is Suzanne Blons' life. Blons, who lives in Superior, is a makeup artist and stylist for television and publications. Before moving to Colorado, she did the faces of Al Gore, Barbara Bush, Bob Dole, Jesse Jackson and Larry King, to name a few. Now in Colorado, she has worked with the likes of Peyton Manning, although...Read Full Article »
Suzanne Blons’ hair and make-up artistry highlighted the dramatic, industrial inspirations for the shoot. She worked with jewellery designer Alysia Sanchez Melnikov, of Blue Hour Designs, to select accessories for both the bride and groom.Read Full Article »
Closer Magazine, an international celebrity news magazine, approached me recently about makeup used on Marilou Henner, actress from the popular TV show Taxi. It was my good fortune to work with her and not only get to know her and her son, but help her look her best in front of the camera. Following is what the magazine published regarding making Marilou’s eyes ‘pop’!Read Full Article »