The first time I went to my first beauty appointment, I was excited to see a beautiful flower and was shocked at the number of makeup artists and makeup artists I met.
I had never heard of any beauty salons, and the only thing I knew was I had to go to a beauty salon, and I was going to see makeup artists who looked like I had no idea how to use my makeup.
I went in expecting to be disappointed, but once I sat down and started talking to a makeup artist, I wasn’t disappointed.
As I sat with a makeup professional, I noticed that the beauty salon staff was all female.
I found myself wondering if this is just an isolated experience, or if the women I met at the beauty salon were just as excited as I was to see beauty.
When I went back to the salon, I discovered that not only were women from all walks of life, they were also the same age and had similar skin tones.
I was shocked to discover that the makeup I was wearing had been made from the same ingredients I had been using before.
The makeup I had was not only the same, but it was also a beautiful shade of green, a gorgeous lavender, and a light lavender.
In all, I have been able to wear makeup in front of hundreds of people, and most of them have said, “I like the look of you, but I think I would like to have you come in with a different look.”
This is the first time that I have experienced a makeup salon that truly reflects my values and beliefs about beauty.
I have learned that makeup is not something that is solely for women of color, but that it is an integral part of my makeup routine.
Beauty salons are amazing, but we also need to work towards a more inclusive beauty industry.
Beauty is a universal language.
We are all in it together, and we all need to learn to be more inclusive.
I can’t wait to be able to work with people of all backgrounds, and that is exactly what I plan on doing next.