I'm Kim Arre, Software Project Manager and former Software Developer here at iFixit! I graduated from Cal Poly SLO in 2016 with my degree in Computer Science.
If I weren't pursuing a coding career, I would probably be a makeup artist. In the future, I hope to find ways to combine these two passions somehow.
I am so grateful to be able to work for a dog-friendly company. The ability to bring my doggo into the office with me on rainy days is something I never take for granted.
|Maya, Pembroke Welsh Corgi||Moose and Charlie, Grey tabby and Ragdoll|
My favorite method of destressing from school and life is by escaping to a few hours of creative makeup fun. My Bane mask shown here is probably my favorite because I freehanded it while using a reference picture from The Dark Knight Rises movie. It was done with a combination of makeup and facepaint and took about 3-4 hours to finish.
Other than face paint, I like playing around with normal beauty techniques, as well as a little bit of special effects stuff such as fake cuts and wounds.
Protip: The iFixit Pro Tech Toolkit has the perfect tools for depotting eyeshadows from their original packaging.
With this kit and a little fire, anything is possible!
From age 10, through my college career I was in marching band. I played clarinet as a main instrument, percussion as I got older, with some colorguard mixed in.
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Heeft geantwoord op: Where can I find the type of stickers that hides the screwholes?It may be difficult to find the exact same kind of stickers, however if you'd really like them covered, white electrical tape could be an easier and cheaper solution. You can find it at any store with a hardware section. If you cut it to be the right size, it should look just like the original stickers.