May 27, 1936 Louis Cameron Gossett, Jr., stage, film, and television actor, was born in Brooklyn, New York. Gossett earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from New York University in 1959. Gossett made his Broadway debut in 1953 in “Take a Giant Step” and his film debut in 1961 in “A Raisin in the Sun.” Other Broadway credits include “Golden Boy” (1964) and “Chicago” (2002). … Continue reading Today in Black History!!
I use to work at Belk living out half of my life long dream of being a cosmetologist. I worked in the cosmetic department as a beauty advisor for the Estee Lauder counter. The cosmetic department consisted of four makeup lines, a men’s fragrance bay, and a women’s fragrance bay. The four makeup lines were Estee Lauder, Clinique, Lancome, and Fashion Fair. The southern prejudices … Continue reading It Does Not Matter If You Are Black Or White
The most important part of applying and wearing makeup is your skincare…w/o the proper skincare, makeup would not go on as smooth and look as radiant as it should…My own personal analogy its like building a house would the doors, windows, and walls go up w/o the proper foundation? Continue reading Your Proper Foundation