Saturday, March 14, 2015

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Check it out!!!

Music by RAR. Styling and production by E. Pearl Makeup. Photography by Leslie Witte.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Keep It Clean

Tip: Apply your foundation and other facial makeup after you have done your eye makeup. This way you will be able to easily fix any mistakes or cleanup any fall-out. This is especially important when using dark or highly pigmented colors. 

Monday, February 10, 2014

Makeover Time!

Although the weather currently says otherwise, spring and summer is coming up soon! Do you have a special occasion, a party or any type of event coming up? If so, we come to you!!! Contact us for more details about us and what we do! 

The best makeover in the world is the one that looks best on YOU! - E. Pearl

Friday, December 6, 2013

Has this ever happened to you?

Call E. Pearl. Problem solved.


If you haven't been able to tell already, WE LOVE COCONUT! Here are some helpful tips for both men and women. And for the guys, unscented coconut oil is available :)

A Guide On How To Dress All Body Types

Friday, November 22, 2013

Sunday, November 17, 2013

Eyeliner And Eyeshape

The way eyeliner is applied can totally change the appearance of the shape of your eye. 

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Good to know! - How To Trim Natural Hair

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Vaseline and Eyelashes

Myth: Vaseline (petroleum jelly) makes your eyelashes grow.
Fact: Vaseline does keep your eyelashes moisturized which prevents them from becoming brittle and breaking off. This is especially important for women who wear mascara which dries eyelashes out.

Friday, November 1, 2013

Gum Chewing

Did you know that one of the best ways to promote a defined jawline is to chew gum!  How do we know this?  From the original E. Pearl of course! You will always find her with half a stick of Wrigley's Doublemint Gum and a tube of lipstick.  Chewing gum for 30 minutes a day on each side of your mouth can actually sculpt your jaw.    And before all of the scientific studies E. Pearl was promoting her well defined jawline.  So as E. Pearl's girls (and genetically inclined gum chewers), we pass this tip along to you!  

Sunday, May 12, 2013

The Benefits of Aloe Vera Gel

Most people know this product to be a soothing/healing agent for cuts and burns. But did you know it can also be used in your skin and hair care regimen?  

BENEFITS TO SKIN INCLUDE: Moisturizing but doesn't give skin a greasy feel so its great for acne prone skin and anyone with an oily complexion. It dries to a matte finish so its good to use prior to application of make-up and can prevent the skin from drying, especially when using mineral makeup. It can also improve your skin's natural firmness. 

BENEFITS TO HAIR INCLUDE: improved detangling, moisturization, scalp healing, remediation of dandruff, restoration of pH levels, decreased frizz, enhanced cellular regeneration, anti-inflammatory action for the scalp and generation of hair growth. 

Saturday, February 23, 2013

The Royal Treatment

Did you know that it was a customary practice that before being presented to a King for marriage, the bride-to-be received a 12-month “spa” treatment, including: A 6-month massage with oil of myrrh and then another 6-month treatment with balsam oil. Talk about getting the "royal treatment"!

The History of Perfumed Oils

The production and us of perfumed oil has a long history, olive oil based oils in particular. An ancient recipe for making sacred perfumed oil in-part consists of cinnamon, myrrh, and other aromatic plants. Water was scarce in the middle east, so scented oils were used in their hygiene routine. Oil was used not only for protection of the skin in the hot dry climate but also for its cosmetic benefits. Perfumed oils were a valued commodity on a level with silver and gold. Only tiny amounts of perfume or oil could be extracted from the various flowers, fruits, leaves, resins, or bark. Some of the aromatic plants include, aloe, balsam, bdellium gum, calamus, cassia, cinnamon, frankincense, myrrh, saffron, and spikenard. Many of these oils originate from India, South Arabia and Africa. Excavations have uncovered furnaces, jars, and various metal and bone objects used for perfume-making. Balsam oil, in particular, was so highly prized that the methods of cultivation and production were kept secret. And because of that fact, during a war in the first century C.E. there was an attempt to destroy all the balsam plants which, unfortunately, contributed to the discontinuation of the production of balsam oil from that time up to today.

The Origin of Eyeliner

The name “Keren-happuch" in Hebrew could mean “Horn of the Black (Eye) Paint,” which is a receptacle or box used to store makeup, maybe kohl, or eye makeup. References to eye painting are always connected with such notorious women as Queen Jezebel. But based on the large number of glass or stone containers with tiny wands for applying kohl eyeliner that have been unearthed, point to the fact that many women in those times, particularly those of royalty and the rich, had taken up the practice of decorating themselves heavily with eyeliner and other kinds of cosmetics.

What kind of cosmetics did women in ancient times use?

Various archaeological artifacts unearthed in ancient lands provide a glimpse of some of the cosmetics used, including: Stone bowls or palettes for grinding and mixing cosmetic materials, carrot-shaped perfume bottles, alabaster ointment jars, hand mirrors of polished bronze, tiny cosmetic spoons made of ivory or wood and decorated shells were popular cosmetic containers among the well-to-do. All of this testifies to the extent of the use of cosmetics by women of that time.

Did you know?

Since the earliest of times, women have been very interested in making themselves beautiful. Early tomb paintings, frescoes, and mosaics all suggest that the use of cosmetics was widespread among people in ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt. The heavily made up, almond-shaped eyes seen on images of Egyptian women were much admired.

E. Pearl Herself, Then And Now

What we've learned, and continue to learn as E. Pearl's girls is to live healthy and look good while doing it! Beauty is not only how you look on the outside, it's a state of being that exudes from the inside. It is everyone's right to have a pulled together beautified look that will radiate from within.

Sunday, February 3, 2013

SUCCESS! Beauty Bash Makeover Party 1/26/13

Check out ALL pics from the Beauty Bash Makeover Party last week with E. Pearl, Royal Therapy & RAR!

Tuesday, January 15, 2013


feat. live music performed by DRE'

Hosted by
E. Pearl Makeup & Cosmetic Service
Royal Therapy with Marah B


Come out and enjoy an afternoon of pampering! 
Choose from a makeup service, hair service 
and/or barbering/shave serviceall while 
listening to the smooth sounds of Dre'.

January 26, 2013

1:00pm - 6:00pm

Astor Street Dance Studio
1228 North Astor Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202

$10 cover 
(no additional charges)