New York, NY, April 04, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- TJ’s TV Makeup is a new product line designed for male executes who have to speak on camera, but don’t want to leave their appearance to chance.
It’s true not many male corporate executives wear makeup on a daily basis. However, when appearing on TV everyone should use makeup and you can never count on the TV studio to supply a makeup artist.
TJ Walker says, “It always shocks me how affluent executives who insist on private limos to take them to their TV interviews, and have private chefs to take care of their lunch needs and belong to private clubs for their entertainment needs, suddenly rely on the good intentions and welfare of others when it comes to a critical part of their TV image—their makeup.”
Walker continues. “Yes, if you are a CEO or financial analyst and are booked as a guest on CNBC or Bloomberg TV you will be given a high quality makeup job—most likely with an airbrush. But you might not—especially if you are being interviewed from a remote studio.”
TJ’s TV Makeup is a simple, all-in-one, kit that helps these male executives look their best for their next television interview.
The kit includes:
Powder Makeup Compact
To smooth the skin, reduce shine, and help prevent perspiration under the bright studio lights.
A brush makes application of the powder simple with professionally blended results even a male executive can attain.
This concealer covers imperfections of the skin such as dark circles under the eyes and the ever present 5 o’clock shadow.
A clear, non-gloss balm, with vitamin E and a slight vanilla scent. Applying lip balm before going on air helps reduce the natural urge to lick you lips on camera. (Never a good image)
If lip balm is used to help dry lips and stop that darting tongue, TJ's VoiceSave works at the root of the problem and helps prevent dry mouth and laryngitis. It works as a lubricant and applies moisture directly to the vocal cords and throat.
A discrete black bag that fits easily into your office drawer or suitcase. No pink frills or satin lace. No large logo announcing the contents, just a simple case that holds the makeup and keeps it from (1) getting damaged, but also, (2) from the makeup damaging other belongings.
To learn more about TJ’s TV Makeup visit the website www.tjstvmakeup.com
Or to speak to the creator: email email@example.com or call 212.764.4955