Susan, mischievously posing with “the devil in me.” Fun and laughter are always on the agenda! It’s all a part of her personal style and presentation.
An older sister by six years, Tierney Eyton, wasted no time in describing her younger sister Susan in just three words: beautiful, vibrant and straightforward.
“Susan is absolutely beautiful, and I don’t think she has ever fully realized this,” Tierney expressed. “Sometimes it makes me cry just thinking about it. She is also very vibrant and to the point just like our mom was. She wasn’t always like this; she grew into these traits. She has had so many fun experiences in her career and in her personal life, and those are what continue to make her who she is today.”
As for the professionalism Susan exudes behind the chair, Tierney leaves no positive word overlooked.
“I think she is brilliant and quite the artist with hair and make-up,” she emphasized. “In fact, you should have seen what she did at my daughter’s wedding. Susan literally transforms people. She had me as a model on TV once. Me? I was nervous. Susan? She loves the camera! After the makeover, my skin was like porcelain. Susan just knows what to do. She listens to her clients. I have sometimes witnessed her interacting with her clients. She genuinely tries to help each one, and not just with their outer experiences.”
Tierney also applauds Susan’s natural tendency to connect people with each other.
“She is such a relational woman,” noted Tierney. “I have learned so much from her. I admire how brave she is when she makes decisions about things in her life. If she decides to do things, she just does them. She is not necessarily a perfectionist, but she does have high standards for herself. Even when she decided to buy a Harley, she was scared at first, but she grew into it. IT was definitely a surprise to me when she did that, as she always tends to pour herself into her work and her clients. But I told her when she was considering getting that motorcycle to just do it. You only have one life!”
And honesty is something that clearly runs through Susan’s veins.
“She is like our mom was in that way,” reflected Tierney. “You either liked our mom or you didn’t. She wasn’t known for her filters. Mom was kind of a diamond in the rough, I guess. Susan often reminds me of our mom in certain ways, but she can pick and choose her words.”
And what about that penchant for resiliency?
“From what people say, Susan is definitely a lot of fun, and she is quite the people person,” said Tierney. “She is so uplifting and encouraging, but I think that comes with a cost. You have to be ‘on’ all the time when you do what she does for a living, and if you put yourself on the back burner, you might not always deal with the things you personally need to deal with. I think she does this on occasion. But she has a heart for people, especially for her clients and friends. She is resilient for sure!”