Scarlett was a model for re-creating celebrity hairstyles.
Shop Girl – By Laurie Yarnell
What woman hasn’t stood inside a closet full of clothes bemoaning the fact that she has absolutely nothing to wear? Waccabuc resident Scarlett De Bease, a fashion stylist, personal shopper, and president of Scarlett New York Image Consulting offers help to those who can’t find what to wear.
Feeling Down? Buy Lipstick, by Dawn Papandrea
Fact: During the recession or after a tragedy, cosmetic sales tend to increase. There’s even an investment term for the phenomenon—the Lipstick Indicator, coined by Leonard Lauder (chairman of Estee Lauder), who realized that during tough economic times, his lipstick sales
increased. The question is, what is it about adding a beauty boost to their routine that makes
women feel better about themselves in tough times? In other words, what is the psychology
behind looking good?
Contributing Image Consultant
Image consultant and fashion stylist Scarlett De Bease is decidedly not a skier or snowboarder. In fact, her preferred winter sport is going to the gym with snow tires on her car. However, styling clients for the slopes is familiar territory. Using local residents as models, De Bease matched their personal style with flattering clothes and accessories from area retailers for this issue’s fashion feature, “The Big Chill.”
July 18, 2008
American Cancer Society “Haircut for a Cure” Raises Nearly $5,000 to Support American Cancer Society Program at Northern Westchester Hospital
MT. KISCO, N.Y. (June 18, 2008) — The professional stylists at Billy’s of Mt. Kisco recently donated their time for the second annual “Haircut for a Cure,” a unique fund-raising event to help the American Cancer Society (ACS) and its Patient Navigation Program at Northern Westchester Hospital (NWH). More than 50 Westchester residents spent the day beautifying for a cause, and together they raised nearly $5,000 to provide cancer patients and their families with access to the critical services and resources available to meet their special needs. Spinelli’s Restaurant and Passage to India generously donated lunch for the cause.
Contributing Makeup Artist
Scarlett De Bease was asked by Westchester Magazine to be the makeup stylist for their “Fall Into Fashion” feature. Scarlett worked closely with the photographer and editor to create a striking look using a bold, fall pallet.