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LIVE from Mike's Custom Airbrush in the Berlin (NJ) Farmer's Market, HIAC runs down the upcoming #OnPoint Wrestling show and provides last minute interviews with the stars of OnPoint.
Interviews included: Loudy, Xavier Cross, Ryan Castellucci, Stan Stylez, Drew Blood, and Matt Tremont.
Many thanks to Mike's Custom Airbrush for the location!
Whats up yall join your boy Airbrush Assassin as i host Air Skillz Radio Show. This will be 2hrs of fun were we will talk about The Urban Airbrush Market.I invite you to call in, listen and chat as we talk about new tricks trends and tools that we all can use to further the advancement of urban airbrushing. Be apart of history as we keep growing this movement.
http://www.JoinStreamNow.com Stream Cosmetics leader speaks about avoiding business reget by striking out and being 1st.
I am often asked by interested Stream Cosmetics distributor candidates, "How many people are in my city/ state doing Stream?" They usually ask this for one of 3 reasons:
1. "I want to know that am one of the 1st because I want to leverage this and get started ASAP! I know the advantage of the growth ahead of me..."
2. "Because I want to size up my competition and see what I am up against. This is a great opportunity and I want to create a strategy early to differentiate myself..."
3. "Will I be the 1st, because I am scared and do not want to be 1st... I want to wait till others are doing it 1st..."
Which one of these you? Now, which answers sound like what an entrepreneur would ask? Right! #1 and #2 are serious about business! I am not discounting #3, but that person will find that they are giving up business leverage that many would KILL for and that once the business grows in their area of the country cannot be recaptured. Certainly they can be a profitable distributor down the line even in their area has more distributors before them BUT the chance to be the "pioneer" launching this product in their area will have been the pleasure of someone else.
How many people around the US have had a good idea, did not act on it, and then when they see the commercial or the product on a shelf say "That was my idea, remember?! Shoot, I knew I should have done something with that to start a business!" REGRET! Nothing is more painful and hind-sight is 20/20 but I am giving you the future-goggles now... this will BLOW UP and it is big now but airbrush is the future of what will become the norm in the cosmetics industry...
To join Stream Now and be one of the 1st in this 2nd year of Stream airbrush distributorship, contact the host Erica Chism 847-918-9080 email@example.com
JOIN NOW and be a Stream distributor online:
Got questions? Call Erica 847-918-9080 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Stream Cosmetics airbrush makeup and tanning celebrates their anniversary this month and YOU are getting a gift from Erica Chism, host and distributor #1054.
PLUS Erica recaps some of her favorite successes of 2010 with Stream and the source of it all, the business advice gained at Tory Johnson's Spark and Hustle conference for entrepreneurs.
Spark and Hustle is happening again in 2011, this time on an 8 city tour that you can be a part of. This 3 day jam-packed event should not be missed!
Erica explains what she learned there, what you can expect, and how to get registered for S&H with a generous discount (use code: ERICA when registering). A few select winners will be awarded a Spark and Hustle scholarship to attend the conference with a portion of their registration paid for them!
If you are interested in Stream and or Spark and Hustle, contact Erica Chism at 847-918-9080 or email email@example.com
Register NOW for one of 8 Spark and Hustle cities:
(use code:ERICA for 10% off, mention referred-by "Erica Chism")
To read more about Erica's hometown city on the tour, Chicago, go to:
Spark and Hustle is also seeking sponsors, local and national. Group and student discounts are available. Contact Erica Chism for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org 847-918-9080
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Join us Thursday, May 5th at 9pm here on BlogTalkRadio as we speak with Marc Harvey, former National Artistic Director for Luminess Air Cosmetics. Marc has now created his own brand called, "Element Two" and he will join us to talk about his new airbrush brand of cosmerics for the consumer and the pro artist.
On Wednesday’s episode of Mixed Race Radio, Steve Riley (mixedracestudies. org) will join me to discuss some upcoming events and performances occurring all over the world. Whether you are in Chicago, Los Angeles, or Philadelphia, PA, there are things to do, places to go and people to meet.
If you are hosting an event or need someone to “go-with”, join us and share, share, share.
We’ve got updates from Laura Kina, Lisa Jones (Topaz Club), and Steve Riley. Oh yeah……If you reside in the Republic of Georgia, we’ll let you know where to go to get a mulatto spray tan….Yes, I said it!!!
You see we have a lot to discuss so please feel free to join us by dialing in or joining our chat room.
And don’t forget to tell a friend.
Also, we want to use this time to say “Thank You” to everyone who continues to follow us. You may have noticed that our site is missing a few episodes from the past few weeks. For anyone who doesn’t know, I’ve been broadcasting live from Northeastern Ohio since early January and Mother Nature continues to express her authority over all things by sending -35 degree temps and record snowfalls our way. Needless to say, when pipes burst, fire alarms begin to sound and therefore radio shows cannot be recorded. So, thank you for your continued support.
As long as Mother Nature allows, we will continue to bring you episodes that showcase some amazing people and even more amazing movements.
Keep the emails and phone calls coming.
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O Nails and Beauty is Carmels newest beauty lounge featuring beauty specialists in Nails, Airbrush Tanning, Facial waxing, and Make-up
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Media Nite Radio welcomes to the airwaves, creator of Eyecandyair and NHL Hockey Masks, Steve Nash.
Steve Nash is a self taught Canadian visual artist born in Shelburne and currently residing in Vaughan, ON Canada. He is the owner and operator of EYECANDYAIR since 2000, where he is renowned for specializing in custom airbrush art on goalie masks.
Internally driven and emotionally charged, Steve's combined passion for art and ice hockey has his work being much sought after and can be seen on goalies of all levels worldwide including NHL professionals: Tim Thomas (Florida Panthers), Jonathan Quick (Los Angeles Kings), Martin Jones (Los Angeles Kings), Cam Ward (Carolina Hurricanes) and Ben Scrivens (Edmonton Oilers).
Part 3 of a 3 part series on Airbrush Mkaeup with guest and Emmy Award winning makeup artist, Suzanne Patterson. Please join us for this 3rd and final segment on Airbrush makeup. You can not miss this show. Please join in on the conversation by calling us at 914.803.4399. Please email and questions or comments to email@example.com and of course join us live in the cat room. Beauty Talk, every Thursday night at 9pm EST/6pm PST
Please join us for Part 2 of a 3 part series on Airbrush Makeup with David Klasfeld of OCC Cosmetics. You may join the discussion by calling in at 914.803.4399 or you can email us your comments and questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will also be live in the chat room here on BlogTalk Radio, so you don't want to miss it, please join us at 9pm EST on Thursday, July 9th.
Elyse Martin is an educator and artist. She creates large scale abstract works as well as haunting encaustic paintings. Julia Hamilton works in bones--using skulls to make beautiful pieces in a variety of colors, often metalic.
Martin paints both abstracts and encaustic works. She is based in the Chicago area. She teaches art at Jordan Community School in the city. Martin’s work has appeared in numerous juried art exhibits and she has won local and national art competitions. Hamilton, in addition to being an artist, is a talented make-up artist. Her work with making skulls and antlers in to art was part of the inspiration to do this show. Her work is beautiful and decorative. She is also owner of Pretty Windy City, a mobile artistry team working in make-up.They do airbrush make-up for weddings and more. Make-up as artists remind me of what grafitti artists were a few years back. Not considered even a starting point for fine art. But it is.
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