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Your diet can effect your skin tone and eyelashes with Isabell Daniel

June 8, 2013


Isabell Daniel a licensed Esthetician, eyelash extensionist and Founder of Kalliste Clean Beauty Inc. that was created to give you an opportunity to receive customized services that suits your lifestyle and skins needs with the ultimate goal to enhance your natural beauty joins eHealth Radio and the Skin Care Channel.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Isabell Daniel discuss the following:

  • Why do some people have beautiful even toned skin and others have awful skin?
  • Can my diet effect my skin tone and eyelashes? What foods can I eat to help my skin and lashes?
  • What is the advantage and or disadvantage of using organic natural skincare products opposed to non natural products?
  • A lot of people don't want to get facials or peels because they are afraid it will make them break out. Why would this occur and how can we prevent this from happening?
  • Eyelash extensions ----why are they becoming so popular? Why are there so many mixed opinions about them?
  • How long do they last?
  • Are extensions an anti-aging tool?


What prompted a successful, Licensed financial marketing assistant in New York City to pack it all in, move to Chicago, and pursue a career as a Licensed esthetician whose specialty is eyelash extensions?

“I’ve been obsessed with eyes and eyebrows and eyelashes since I was thirteen,” says Isabell Daniel, 31.  Daniel was born with a Frida Khalo-like unibrow that, as she tells it, stopped a 12-year-old-would-be crush in his tracks.  “It made me self-conscious and sad.”

Since then, Daniel has pursued a passion for skin care, make-up, and, yes, eyebrows and eyelashes.  She worked in a series of salons and spas to learn her trade, did make-up for more weddings than she cares to remember, and honed her skills even when she worked fulltime in financial marketing.

Once relocated in Chicago, Daniel, went back to school to become a licensed Esthetician. She held a variety of jobs during the day and interned in spas at nights and weekends for over 3 years .

Daniel says, "a guitarist doesn't start out playing the guitar and getting paid immediately to perform live shows, but through great practice and dedication eventually they will get to perform live shows and feel satisfaction, and gratitude doing so."

Daniel, was getting burnt out, working seven days a week three different jobs which were unfulfilling in all areas, plus one internship, still unable to make ends meet.  She was feeling trapped and hopeless. One day she woke up with a new idea. She decided to sell her high end corporate clothing to a second hand store and use the money to  incorporate Soul Marketing/Soul Beauty which morphed into Kalliste Clean Beauty once she was able to garner a steady clientele.

Daniel, started out riding her bike to peoples homes or treating them in her kitchen. Today, Daniel has two locations she is currently working out of wicker park and Lincoln Park. “Eyes are the window to the soul,” Daniel affirms.  “I can make my clients feel better about themselves, more confident, more feminine.  That gives me great joy and a sense of purpose."