(Visual Description of Episode) – Video opens with upbeat music and views of New York City, while Aidan Mack exercises with a jumprope.
The screen shifts to her turning down a road lined with green trees in a red motorcycle, while a red car passes by. Aidan Mack then appears in a fancy closet/fitting room wearing a black dress with black heels, while she spins around looking in the mirror. The screen then shows Aidan Mack sitting in a dressing room at a Hollywood-style vanity mirror, lined in a circle with bright light bulbs where the camera films her reflection in the mirror as she flips her hair and whips out her magenta, pink lipstick applying it to her lips with a grin into the mirror. Aidan Mack is then seen in the center of New York City, standing in the middle of Time Square where the camera circles her as she looks around with an astonished look in her eyes and face at the flashing lights and billboards surrounding her. The host, Aidan Mack then opens her show as she walks down Time Square’s glowing, ruby-red stairs while bystanders sitting behind her on the stairs watch her introduce her show in American Sign Language (ASL).
The screen shifts to The Aidan Mack Show logo (dark blue and black background with a cartoon figure of Aidan Mack in a black dress and heels holding up the ASL hand shape for ‘I Love You,’ standing next to three shopping bags (pink, blue, and yellow) lined up in size order with the website: www.aidanmack.com below.
Episode opens with Aidan Mack wearing a peach colored shirt with black pants and nude stiletto heels. Her long, brown hair worn down. She is sitting in front of vintage, finished wood panels that create a tarnished-bronze and brown looking wood background on a hot pink chair that is formed in the shape of a hand. On the wood behind her, displays 3 pictures of pink hearts as trees in pink grass, each one with different background sky colors. Below the three pictures is a small black table against the wall that has a pink picture frame of an eye. On the table there is pink and yellow tulips in a vase with a red heart on it. Next to the flowers is a glass cup of water. The cup reads, “A Glass of Liquid Course.”
Hello everyone! Welcome to The Aidan Mack Show. I’m Aidan Mack, your host here!
Look at this behind me, a completed set! Now that all the renovations for the set are done, as mentioned in my previous video, I can officially welcome you to The AidanMack Show!
Again, I want to say thank you to all my fans, supporters, and friends who have encouraged me and have been patient with my show. I really appreciate it.
Now that the set is done, the show’s possibilities in regards with the topics being discussed going forward, are endless! I’m looking forward to how everything unfolds.
Now what’s today’s topic? Beauty.
(slide appears on separate screen with the title: “6 Skin Care Tips for Transitioning Your Skin to Fall,” and shows two pictures of people with facial masks on and cucumbers covering their eyes next to The Aidan Mack Show logo)
This discussion applies to both men and women. So, just because the topic is “Beauty,” doesn’t mean it can’t be beneficial to you.
Autumn has arrived! Looking outside, we see all the beautiful trees and leaves changing colors. As the leaves fall to the ground, we see the vibrant colors of fall. That’s an example of a transition. The reason we know this is a transition is because we witness the changes of the seasons from summer to fal,l and before you
know it winter.
Trees are preparing themselves for the upcoming winter.
Our bodies and skin goes through seasonal changes similar to nature. So, what can we do to make sure our skin survives the harsh winter? It starts during the summer time. As we lather on different oils and lotions which either block the sun from our skin OR tanning products that welcome and absorb the sun. Between the sweating, the wind, the humidity, the blazing summer sun, or the chlorine from swimming pools we all love to dive into, all of these factors play a role in our pores getting clogged.
So, how can the body rejuvenate itself throughout all of these transitions and environmental factors it is exposed to, while also developing the strength it will need for the upcoming winter? I’ll give you a few pointers on what you can do to prepare and take care of your skin throughout the winter.
(slide appears on separate screen with pictures of two bars of soap, one, recommended for Summer and the second one, recommended for Fall/Winter.)
After cleansing, apply a cream. For those who have skin that is dry, cream will help moisturize your skin.
It is important to know your skin type. For example, if you know your skin type is oily, then you wouldn’t need as much moisture as someone with dry skin, because the oil serves as a natural moisturizer. Whereas people with dry skin don’t have those oils present, and would require more moisture for healthier skin to make it through the winter.
(slide appears on separate screen with pictures different brands of body scrubs and two people exfoliating their bodies)
The next important tip is to exfoliate. It is important to exfoliate not just your face, but your body as well. Exfoliating unclogs your pores from head to toe and allows your skin to breath effortlessly.
(slide appears on a separate screen with pictures of a hydration lotion and a moisturizing coconut oil cream with two people applying lotion on their face and body)
If you’re using lotions, you should transition to a moisturizing body cream. The temperature changes as we get in and out of heated cars and back out into the cold. Our skin will experience a lot of adaptations. Using creams and moisturizers will help your skin maintain moisture despite the changes in temperature.
(slide appears on separate screen with 4 different pictures of lip balms and chapsticks, as well as two people applying them to their lips)
It is equally important to keep your lips moist. It’s not healthy to expose your bare lips to weather conditions. Using chapstick prevents your lips from getting irritated.
(slide appears on separate screen with pictures of 7 types of hand creams and two pictures of people applying hand cream on their hands. One picture shows the hand cream forming a heart shape on the back of the person’s hand.)
It is critical to invest in our hands as well. As people who sign. We should keep our hands sexy, not dry, flaky, or patchy which
is uncomfortable. Using hand creams, our hands can stay soft and look their best, especially when we sign.
(slide appears on separate screen with pictures of 3 different sunscreens and a man applying it to his face, a woman applying it to her face, and a girl standing in the sun with sunglasses on squeezing out sun lotion onto her hand.)
Finally, and equally as important, sun screen. We tend to have the mindset that as long as we apply sun screen during the summer, we’ll be fine, and that there is really no need for sunscreen during the winter. But let me tell you, ultra violet lighting is no joke and can seriously harm your skin. So it is important to apply sunscreen to not only your face, but your neck, chest, arms and hands.
It is important to look for products that have UVA and UVB protection. Products that say ͞broad spectrum͟ on them, will prevent both UVA and UVB rays.
I hope these tips will benefit you. If you have any additional tips you would like to share, or if you have already tried some of the things I have mentioned and they did not work for you, please leave a comment below. Please do share my vlog and make it viral to your friends, colleagues and anyone else that may find this useful.
Thank you for your support and watching my show. Also, a special thank you to my great interpreters who really work hard to interpret my show; Casey Cutler and Domenick D’Angelo, Thank you!
(The two interpreters appear signing, “Thank you, Bye!” And The Aidan Mack Show logo appears again. A white screen with social media websites appears directly after.)