I have always been passionate about makeup, skincare and all things pretty to us girls. Creating Faces Beautiful has been a lifetime of work in progress. Like many women, life tends to complicate achieving my goals, but notwithstanding career changes, marriage, and raising children I continued to follow my passion. Today, I am affectionately known as the woman that helps all women look and feel just a little prettier. I have built a business of perfecting beauty for women. Stop in and see Faces Beautiful whether in Connecticut or On-Line. It’s the place to "feel prettier".

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Monday, December 28, 2009

We won this year’s Chapeau 2009 Best Blog for Health and Beauty

I feel like Elle from “Legally Blonde” in the final scene when she graduates from Harvard and she’s at the podium and cheers, “we did it!”
We won this year’s Chapeau 2009 Best Blog for Health and Beauty.
I’ve got to say that I think that’s really awesome. And, that’s because of all of you. I thank you - my readers, my bloggers. You give me inspiration and you give me great stories to share. Every day that I come into work someone shares a feel-good experience with me, or a special occasion or a part of themselves that I hold on to. I feel really lucky in life. My work is my passion and my pleasure and everyday that I go in, if I manage to make you just little happier, or feel a little more special than you are, then I’ve had a successful day.
 I want to personally thank all of you for your support and I look forward to our road we will travel going forward.
Be beautiful,
Gail Sagel

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