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Celebrity Mua DeShawn Hatcher joins us on Sunday, November 16th to talk about The Cotton 24 hr. Runway show and to discuss makeup for Fashion Shows and Fashion Editorials. DeShawn is just getting back from Miami where she once again Keyed the Cotton 24 hr Runway show. We can't wait to hear about it. Join us at 9pm ET/6pm PT for all the details and fun. Call us with your questions and comments at 914.803.4399 and join our Tweetchat by using #BeautyLounge.
This is a live show with Ms Angel on Deck and Oxygen tv Preachers of la "Myesha Chaney"... She will be Talking about her Book "Hiding behind the Lipstick".. Tune in....9178897095 Callins are Welcomed...Clareta Haddon Jackson song Help Me will play at intro
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Michael Hutchence was the lead singer of the band INXS, a popular rock group in the 1980s and 1990s.
Michael Hutchence was born on January 22, 1960, in Sydney, Australia. In high school he formed the band The Farriss Brothers which became INXS. They released a self-titled debut album in 1980 which was a hit in Australia. They reached the American audience through heavy video rotation on MTV and their album Kick became a huge international hit. Hutchence was found dead by hanging in 1997.
Michael Kelland John Hutchence was born on January 22, 1960, in Sydney, Australia. A vibrant and sensual performer, Michael Hutchence was the lead singer of INXS, a popular rock group in the 1980s and '90s. The son of a makeup artist and a businessman, he spent part of his childhood in Hong Kong. Hutchence grew up listening to the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, among others. In high school, he met keyboardist and guitarist Andrew Farriss, and the two became friends and bandmates. They formed a band with bassist Gary Beers. Later on, Farriss brothers, Tim, a guitarist, and Jon, a drummer, joined the group along with Kirk Pengilly, who played guitar and saxophone, forming what was then called the Farriss Brothers.
Formation of INXS
After high school, Hutchence went to Perth with the band and played in some clubs there without a lot of success. They returned to Sydney and renamed themselves INXS. Landing a recording contract, the group released its first self-titled album in 1980. The group's first hit in Australia was "Just Keep Walking," and with their powerful live shows, they began to attract quite a following. With elements of funk and new wave, the band had a distinctive sound. Hutchence's strong vocals also won people over. He had great charisma and sex appeal, with some comparing him to Mick Jagger or Jim Morrison.
Andrew kaniki, screenplay and script writer, unveils his latest project FTJ- The Declaration. The synopsis " A democratically elected president decides to publicly declare his country a Christian nation just 5 days after being elected president. This is a movie about Zambia's second republican president and it inspired by real-life events."
The first 10 to 15 minutes we will promote the Red Lipstick Challenge in support of Touch of An Angel.
The last 60 minutes will be spent discussing current affairs in Zambia and around the world
Guest cohost Pastora Marilyn Ramos, Hispanic women moving forward in life
Guest cd recording artist, Michelle Calderon
Guest Hairstylist, Yahira P
xtreme Makeover have a huge draw as people think about what they would like to change about themselves. But what if our values were kingdom values? What would we think about changing then? There is nothing wrong with enhancing our appearance. None of us would have combed our hair today or brushed our teeth if we did not care about our appearance. There is nothing wrong with putting on makeup. Caring about our physical appearance is good, except when that concern becomes extreme, and we forget about the things we should be concerned about.
Do you know you were "fearfully and wonderfully made" (Psalm 139:14), a one-of-kind masterpiece by the God who "has made everything beautiful in its time" (Eccl. 3:11). Join us to discover the Masterpiece within and the beautiful person God has created you to be with our guest, Dorothy-Inez Del Tufo:
Dorothy-Inez (pronounced as one word) is an International Best-Selling Author, Inspirational Speaker and Total Beauty Expert specializing in Makeup Artistry with over 15 years experience and training in the beauty industry. Some of her past clients include: April Johnson of Project Runway, Nicole Fox of America’s Next Top Model, Savannah Fashion Week, Benzo Coulture Fashions, Harley Davidson, WSAV News and Weather Team, Fox News, PBS Television, Pink Magazine, Wink Magazine, The American Cancer Society and the many women who have graced her chair.
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Once upon a time, Sydney boy Shane Jenek tried out for Australian Idol. Not quite making the cut he wasn’t discouraged, Shane bent the rules and his gender, returning the next day as Courtney Act, and made it through to the finals. Courtney’s explosive, energetic performing style, coupled with her joyous personality, sent audiences wild and Australia had a new, slightly less conventional, sweetheart. Hot on the high heels of the TV series came the phenomenally successful national arena tour and a record deal with Sony/BMG.
Over the coming years Courtney forged herself a name in the Australian entertainment industry, garnering chart hits, television appearances, and national advertising campaigns, and she toured Australia, Europe, Asia and America. She was even voted one FHM’s World’s Top 100 Sexiest Women (despite not actually being a woman), sang at Lady Gaga’s private birthday party, and opened for Gaga on her Australian club tour. She’s played the role of Angel in RENT the musical and she’s been the face of Sheer Cover makeup across the three major TV networks selling makeup to the women of Australia on morning television. She’s no Joan of Arc, but it is pretty revolutionary having a female illusionist, selling the illusion of beauty to females.
In 2011 Courtney moved to the USA, on a visa titled Alien Of Extraordinary Ability, to show America and the world what she’s got! After completing a national club tour of 20 dates around North America she set up her new life in West Hollywood. Courtney has been announced as a contestant on the 6th season of Rupaul’s Drag Race which will be premiering on Viacom’s Logo Network in February 2014.
For more information, please visit http://www.courtneyact.com
Book discussion welcomes the the author of No Time to Die: Kira Peikoff. In a Washington, D.C. research lab, a brilliant scientist is attacked by his own test subjects. At Columbia University, a talented biochemist is lured out of her apartment and never seen again. In the Justice Department's new Bioethics Committee, agent Les Mahler sees a sinister pattern emerging...Zoe Kincaid is a petite college student whose rare genetic makeup may hold the key to a powerful medical breakthrough. When she is kidnapped, the very thing mankind has wanted since the dawn of time threatens to unleash our final destruction.Join me at four eastern, three central and two mountain to discuss this outatanding novel and what happens when someone is trying to develop a way to stop the aging process and cure fatal diseases. What will Zoe's fate be you have to read this book to find out. We will also talk about how she created the storyline for the novel and the characters. Join me: Fran Lewis author, educator, and editor of MJ Magazine and talk show host.
From your Aunt Sarah to the lady down the street to your little sister even down to "YOU", most of us know of at least 3 people who wear weave, extentions, wigs, (some type of fake, synthetic hair) and tonight on IRTR these women will be the topic of discussion. Unfortunately, it seems as though the sisters are amongst the world's leaders in weaving it out so we have no choice but to make them the primary focus of discussion.
Nowadays, a lot of women tend to not be comfortable in their own skin; therefore, they end up wearing makeup, fake eye lashes, drawn on eye browls, and of course the infamous "Weavagins." It's to the point now that you can barely step foot outside without seeing some woman's weave flopping up and down their back and they strut down the street in their leggings, eye & face enhancers, and the infamous weave to top it all off.
Well it's time to talk about it and there's no crew better suited for this discussion than IRTR. This is gonna be an interesting one so don't miss out. Call in # 347-838-9540.
This discussion is in no way shape or form meant to disrespect or violate those who wear fake hair because of health related issues that caused their hair to be damaged. We would never stoop to the level of throwing lowblows and kicking people when their down. This discussion is strictly aimed at the women who weave it out actually have nice, healthy hair, but choose to weave it out anyway because for some reason, they aren't comfortable in their natural state.
My guest for this episode of Conversations in the Zone is Alexandra Elizabeth Carpanzano. She has been blessed to find an opportunity that allows her to design her life and live her vision. Finding herself in a new state and out of her career of choice, with 8 bartending jobs and a college degree she would be paying off for the next 25 years, Alexandra chose to take a leap of faith and devote her “spare time” to building a Mary Kay business. She earned her first, free, career car during the Christmas season of 2011 while planning her wedding, moving across town and becoming a stepmom. Soon after, Alexandra moved into the top 2% of the company and debuted as a new Independent Sales Director breaking a record in her National Area of 6 weeks, and was one of the top 7 new Units nationwide! Having support from women and a company that encourages and teaches the priorities of God first, family second, and career third, she has put her hard work ethic into action and designed her life around those priorities and is currently building the life she envisions. Alexandra is currently in qualifications to earn her first PINK Cadillac, representing her love and dedication to empowering women to do the same, living debt free and having control over their choices. For more informatiion about Alexandra Elizabeth and the work she loves, visit www.marykay.com/acarpanzano.
9 am Wednesdays, "The Tufts Get Going!" host Rosanna Tufts
"Professional Image for Young Adults." This ain't your grandfather's office anymore . . . So many dress code restrictions have loosened over the past few decades (except in the financial industry) that someone just entering the workforce may be totally confused about what IS appropriate. Carol Stover, Image Consultant and Makeup Artist, is on hand today to help save you from cluelessness! What can you get away with wearing, and what is still unacceptable? Why does it matter?