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Minority Report | Roshe' Cosmetics/BEAT School of Makeup Artistry

You have been living under a rock if you have not heard a MUA (make-up artist) use the term “BEAT FACE”! It is the latest beauty slang term which means to do more than simply apply make-up. If your face is BEAT, you more than likely have transformed your entire face with techniques that range from slightly experimenting to some of the sheer magic you may have seen on an episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race. Many a Youtube vlogger or admirer will tell you that there are many… mannnnny artists (men and women), that are just that, they are ARTISTS. They are masters of the cosmetic craft. Some have used make-up to recreate celebrity looks (stay tuned, in April I plan to transform into my girl singer so

Meet Ngina Thomas, owner of Studio Chique Full Service Salon in NW Washington D.C.

LeShelle: Ngina, thank you for taking the time to talk with Minority Report! I had the best mani and pedi from Sevilla. I enjoy everything about Studio Chique. How did this come to be; how did you get started? Ngina: I entered into the salon industry as an apprentice at the age of 16 and became a stylist professionally since 1994. I recognized the gift to style at an early age and with the help of friends and family was able to practice and perfect things prior to standing on the salon floor. I've worked as an independent stylist for more than 15 years and while I've always known that leadership and entrepeneurship were a part of my dna I awaited the timing of God to move forward with it.

Secret Sister - Part 2 | Studio Chique Review

If I am planning on going out to town, I always look for the black owned businesses in the city I’m headed to. My search for a nail salon to visit after an informative YouTube conference in Washington D.C. lead me to Studio Chique. Prior to my visit to the nation’s capital, I made an appointment to have a mani and pedi at the full service salon. Let me tell you, this was one of the best salon experiences I have had in a long time. (STORY TIME) As a teenager, my mom dropped me off at a salon for a bun and some finger waves. After being left under the drier for what felt like hours as my stylist argued on the phone with her boyfriend, left me to pick her kids up from school, returned… ate an I

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