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Glam Patrol

A makeup maven unloads her beauty arsenal.

“Visiting Heat Lounge Blowdry & Makeup Bar is always a wonderful experience because the staff is superfriendly, and they offer Champagne. I also like that they use Moroccanoil products to wash and style my hair.” Buckhead and Sandy Springs, @heatlounge_atl

“I own Buxom Full-On lip polish in more colors than I can count, and I love the slight tingle that makes me feel like my lips are automatically plumper!” $19, Sephora, @buxomcosmetics

Too Faced Primed & Poreless Skin Smoothing face primer is the perfect way to prep the canvas before you apply the paint! It works well on [various] skin types and blurs fine lines, wrinkles and pores.” $30, Ulta Beauty, @toofaced

“I believe makeup brushes are essential to creating a beautiful and flawless face. Sonia Kashuk’s brush sets are high in quality at a budget-friendly price.” From $24, Target, @soniakashuk

“I’ve been using L’Oréal Paris’ True Match Super-Blendable makeup on my clients for years because of its great shade range, and you can’t beat the drugstore price!” $6, Target, @lorealparisusa

“The Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze & Glow face sculpt and highlight turns your skin into celebrity-red-carpet status. It’s the perfect champagne-colored highlighter and bronzer.” $68, Nordstrom, @ctilburymakeup

NARS lipstick in Schiap immediately puts me in a good mood when I wear it and commands attention. Its bold and bright fuchsia pigment is the ultimate statement lip.” $27, Bloomingdale’s, @narsissist

Esqido mink lashes are the most natural-looking false eyelashes. I can reuse them multiple times, and they come in various levels of drama, so there’s a style for every face.” From $40, @esqido

For makeup artist and beauty blogger extraordinaire Jennifer Duvall, making others feel beautiful began as a hobby. The Columbus, Ga. native majored in fashion merchandising at the University of Georgia and planned to pursue a job as a buyer for a major retailer. “I had been working as a freelance makeup artist on the side but never thought in a million years it would become my actual profession,” the Athens resident recalls. Stints at Nordstrom’s Estée Lauder counter and Free People’s AmericasMart showroom followed, but it wasn’t until her hubby encouraged her to pursue beauty as a full-time gig that she decided to go for a glam slam. Thus, JennySue Makeup, the brand and blog were born. From hosting beauty events at Bloomingdale’s to contributing to major mags, Duvall is the one to call. Her biggest career highlight? Getting booked as Dierks Bentley’s makeup artist for his Athens-shot music video “Tip It Back,” in which her sons have a cameo. Next up, she and hubby Scott are launching a podcast called “Making It Up As We Grow,” which will give an inside look at her blogging career and spotlight other emerging businesses. Here, Duvall gives us a peek inside her well-stocked beauty bag. @jennysuemakeup