Meet the 10-year-old girl who has done the makeup of everyone from Kacey Musgraves to a veteran NASA astronaut. Our newest FACE has a story that delights!
FACES: Women of Birmingham
People from Birmingham are known to be gracious and witty with an independent spirit. The women we feature each Monday in StyleBlueprint’s FACES series keep our city unique, special and a fabulous place to live. Past FACES include Sara Evans, Margot Shaw, and Rachel Macy Stafford.
On somewhat of a whim, Mallory Webb began Daughters Baking. Specializing in the “naked cake” style, in which the cakes have exposed edges, Mallory is growing her business and living the sweet life.
One-half of the duo behind one of the most popular podcasts in the country, Jamie Golden’s hilarious take on all things pop culture has helped The Popcast with Knox and Jamie build its huge fan base. Meet our newest FACE of Birmingham.
As the Hugh Kaul Curator of Contemporary Art at the Birmingham Museum of Art, Hallie Ringle believes that art is for all, and it extends beyond the typical notions of what can be found in a museum. Meet our newest FACE of Birmingham!
She’s country singer John Rich’s 87-year-old grandmother, and she’s known as “Queen of the Working Class.” Today, she shares her secret to a long life, how she drinks her whiskey, and so much more. Meet Granny Rich, our newest FACE of the South.
ExecutivEstrogen is working on changing the corporate environment through advocating for women in the workplace, thanks to our newest FACE of Birmingham, Martha Underwood!
When Delphine Carter realized there was a huge market of women looking for work that could accommodate their busy mom schedules, she decided to create a solution: Boulo. Meet this dynamic FACE of Birmingham.
Along with her husband and business partner, renowned Chef Frank Stitt, Pardis Stitt is guiding the staff and furthering the vision at Bottega Cafe and Restaurant, Chez Fonfon and the James Beard award-winning Highlands Bar & Grill. Meet our newest FACE!
Tanya Tucker is back! Her powerful voice and the touching lyrics of her new album are simultaneously nostalgic and new. We’re thrilled to introduce her as our newest FACE of the South.
As Director of Volunteer Services and Church Relations at First Light shelter, Deborah Everson is the nonprofit’s human command center, tackling everything from grant writing to the coordination of all volunteer activities. Meet this wonderfully positive FACE of Birmingham.