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Hi I'm Chantelle

I'm newly married, I'm an esthetician, a makeup artist and studio artist and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am 30 years old. I snowboard and ski and love the mountains. I love to travel and have many favorite places across the globe. I enjoy cooking, baking, reading, working out, and eating delicious food. I served an LDS mission to Lisbon, Portugal, speak Portuguese and I've studied abroad in London. I graduated from BYU, Provo with a BFA in Studio Arts(painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture). I graduated from Esthetics School a couple years later. I own my own business doing commissioned artworks, makeup consulting and special occasion makeup and esthetics(skincare-facials, waxing, peels, etc). I feel very blessed to enjoy my job so much. I have an adorable husband who makes me laugh and shows me he loves me every day. We were married 15 months ago and don't have kids yet. I adore my husband and my family and enjoy the time I spend with them above all else.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the LDS Church(Mormon) and it has guided my development as a person in all ways-spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and physically. As I look back on my life I feel as though I have had a hand to hold at every step and crossroad of my life-especially as I have tried to live up to the values and principles of the Christ's Gospel. As the oldest of 6 children it has also been a guiding star for me as I have tried to be a good example, friend and confidant for my siblings. I have gained a vibrant testimony of Christ's restored Gospel on the earth and have a burning testimony of Christ as my Savior and Redeemer. I have learned through experience that God loves me and loves all of His children everywhere. I know God listens to us when we talk to Him and I have found such comfort, encouragement and guidance through my own daily prayers. Being a Mormon is wonderful.

How I live my faith

I volunteer doing art therapy with children that have cancer, I try to look for chances to serve my friends and family, I serve as a visiting teacher to visit sisters in my church to provide a spiritual support and help for their busy lives. I work with youth at church-I teach and help them and I plan and participate in activities with them. Teaching and talking about the Gospel is what I love the best! In the past I have had many opportunities to teach members and non-members of all ages and nationalites-I gain so much as I study and as those I teach share their thoughts and insights with me. I try to live my faith in my marriage, family and in my heart so that I can be the kind of person my Heavenly Father would want me to be and although I often fall short of that goal I love the feeling I get when I try to live my faith in little ways throughout the week.