This New Beauty Brand Is A Game-Changer for Anyone With Shaky Hands

For makeup artist Terri Bryant, doing a smoky eye or cat eye eyeliner isn't just her livelihood — it's a vehicle of self-expression and self-care. So, Bryant knew something was off when she found that it was taking longer for her to do her clients' makeup, along with her own.

When the physical challenges she was experiencing while doing makeup became too much to ignore, Bryant finally went to the doctor and was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease, a chronic nervous system disorder that affects an estimated one million people in the U.S. And it's most often characterized by its motor symptoms, including tremors, stiffness and rigidness of muscles, and slowness of movement.

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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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