This incredible makeup artist is using her Parkinson's Diagnosis to reinvent makeup

Many of us take our abilities for granted, and it can be easy to overlook how having steady hands makes everything from making lunch to applying makeup super easy. But our ability to flick an eyeliner wing, paint on eyebrows hair by hair, or even comb mascara through our lashes could one day change. That's what happened to makeup artist Terri Bryant.

While working on a photoshoot about 10 years ago, Bryant could instinctually feel that something wasn't right. At this point, she had been working in the beauty industry for more than a decade. Applying makeup was almost like a reflex for her, yet the model in her makeup chair that day took far longer to complete than usual. "I didn't know why, but I kind of ignored it, and similar things were happening [to my body] along the way," she recalls to Allure.

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"I always thought I was bad at makeup, so I just gave up and stuck to what I knew. Now I know it wasn’t me! "

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