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Hi I'm Stephanie

I'm the daughter of a Retired Navy Pilot. I'm the mother of 3 boys and a professional makeup artist. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I've lived my entire life believing that absolutely anything I put my mind to was possible. I graduated in the top 3% of my class at the University of Colorado at Boulder Leeds School of Business at 21 years old. I planned to go to Law School but it suddenly seemed like the wrong path for me. I met my husband and we had 3 amazing boys in 3.5 years. I suffer from severe Hyperemesis during my pregnancies along with several other complications. Some people think I'm crazy for having more than one child, but every time has been worth it. I am a Professional Makeup Artist and get to work in Print, Bridal, Fashion, Runway, Commercial and Film. I feel like I have the best of both worlds with my home life and my job. I love what I do no matter where I am! I love beauty, making people beautiful and making them feel beautiful. I love having such a wonderful creative outlet. I love anything to do with creativity and art. I sing and dance, and try to paint...poorly...I even make my kids birthday cakes how ever they want every year.

Why I am a Mormon

My faith gives me purpose and hope. It gives me the proper perspective in life. I love knowing where I came from, who I am and where I am going. Most of all I am a Mormon because I know I have found the truth.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by living my life in a way that allows everyone their agency. Our agency is one of the greatest gifts we have been given and I will not act in a way to refuse anyone theirs. I will "love the lord" with all my heart and "love my neighbor" as well. I respect everyone and the way they choose to live thier life. That freedom allows me to worship the way I know I need to and I can't feel good about taking away someone's rights.