• 01:01

    Sharrie Williams and the Maybelline Legacy

    in Books

    Sharrie Williams, heir to the Maybelline legacy, is Tom Lyle Williams great-niece and Evelyn Boecher Williams granddaughter. Growing up in their homes, and steward of the vast Maybelline archives, Williams tells the story of the birth of the Maybelline empire and reveals intimate and never-before-told details about the fascinating family dynasty behind it. 
    Her new book, The Maybelline Story, And the Spirited Family Dynasty Behind It is available wherever books are sold.

  • 00:57

    Maybelline Queen,Sharrie Williams,returns with holiday ideas

    in Entertainment

    Sharrie Williams, heir to the Maybelline legacy, is Tom Lyle Williams great-niece and Evelyn Boecher Williams granddaughter. Growing up in their homes, and steward of the vast Maybelline archives, Williams tells the story of the birth of the Maybelline empire and reveals intimate and never-before-told details about the fascinating family dynasty behind it. 
    Her new book, The Maybelline Story, And the Spirited Family Dynasty Behind It is available wherever books are sold.
    Tonight, Sharrie will be sharing GREAT make-up tips and wonderful gift ideas!

  • 01:01

    Updated Topic - It is Your CHOICE to Be A Victor or Victim! Which Do You Choose?

    in Self Help

    We will be rescheduling today's guest, Danné Montague-King, author of  The Maybelline Prince, due to illness.

    Today's topic instead will be one that I have been asked about a great deal from clients and friends - How is it I am so positive and enthusiatic each day?  Well, I could say its the booze, but that would send a paramedic to my house:)))))  So I simply respond, it is my CHOICE....as it is yours. So the question is, do you make it so, or are you one like so many, who is more comfortable playing the victim!

    Join us live to share your thoughts, ideas and personal story. Call in to 1-818-572-2910 to talk with us!!!

  • 00:50

    Lasting Beauty Inside & Out for All Women at Every Age: Super Model Susan Miner

    in Women

    You've seen Susan Miner on the cover of Vogue, Self Magazine, Mirabella Magazineto name a few, and the model face for numerous beauty campaigns including Revlon, Maybelline, and L’Oreal.

    Today you'll meet the Susan Miner who is the Counselor, Teacher, Healer, Mentor and Mother who believes we are all works in progress towards creating our own brilliant brand of Beauty From the Inside Out .

    "I was getting paid tons of money for how I looked while secretly hating myself. While smiling and posing for the camera my thoughts often only contained recollections of perceived failures, shortcomings, or waistlines that were too snug. In retrospect, I realized that I was redirecting my inner conflicts of anger, sadness and shame onto my outward body."

    Creating a platform and road map to navigate life's unique journey, Susan offers woman the very tools she wished someone had given to her years earlier.  Susan is an advocate for women of all ages to learn and connect with each other, and reconnect with their own inner essence, peace and purpose.  

    Visit:  http://susanminerbeauty.com/about/ Twitter:  @Susan_Miner 

     Deb at:  DebScott.com

  • 00:19


    in Women

    Review on Maybelline "FIT ME" LIQUID FOUNDATION how it works for aging skin. Also Maybelline EYESTUDIO GEL LINER - Benefit "Erase Paste"-NYX jumbo eyeliner-MAC Fix It 

  • 02:02

    Weekly LIVE! Broadcast for 9-10-14

    in Health

    ON THE BRIGHT SIDE - 8:00 - 9:00pm LIVE! In this September episode, Janie and Jerry will feature the newest in technologies with discussion on ios 8, the iPhone 6, KNFB Mmobil app and much more.In addition, call-ins are highly recommended. AUDIO ONLY 

    THE KOVACS PERSPECTIVE - 9:00 - 10PM Cindy Cline comes on for National Suicide Prevention Week to help us understand depression and suicide, as well as telling us the signs to look for in our loved ones. Danné Montague-King will be discussing the death of Maybelline heiress, Evelyn Williams. AUDIO ONLY

  • 00:58

    Lean In - Women, Work and the Will to Lead - Panel Discussion

    in Business

    Join us Friday, August 29th from 1:30 to 2:30pm PST as we have an inspired panel discussion amongst women leaders based on Sheryl Sandberg's book, "Lean In - Women, Work and the Will to Lead"

    Joanna Medin, has an extensive Operations and Marketing background and is currently the COO of TruNorth Global.  She has over 25 years executive experience in consumer products with a proven track record launching highly successful new product lines at Fortune 500 companies such as Unilever and Elizabeth Arden, and for New York and Bay Area startups. 

    Marian Yim, is an attorney and community volunteer in Phoenix, Arizona.  She is a Shareholder in the law firm of Wong Fujii Carter, PC. and is a Director on the Phoenix Industrial Development Commission.  She is former Assistant Attorney General, law professor, and Counsel to the Mayor of Phoenix. She served on numerous local and national boards and commissions. She is a recipient of the Positively Powerful Woman Award 2013; the Pacesetter Award 2013.

    Kristi Lee has an extensive business background in marketing and retail with more than 25 years in corporate America and is currently the CSMO of TruNorth Global.  Corporate experience included responsibility for product and marketing decisions for more than 2,300 Albertson's Food and Drug stores in 38 states, and negotiations with national brands such as Johnson & Johnson, Proctor & Gamble, Maybelline and Revlon.  Ms. Lee is a Corporate Sales Trainer and specializes in helping individuals and corporate sales teams learn proven sales and follow-up strategies and specializing in communication systems to peak perform.  



  • 00:31

    The new Hot Kokoa show Sharrie Williams Maybelline family

    in Entertainment

    My name is Sharrie Williams, I am the author of The Maybelline Story and the Spirited Family Dynasty Behind It. My Great uncle Tom Lyle Williams founded The Maybelline Company in 1915 and owned and operated it until 1968 when he sold it to Plough Inc.
       I have written a never-before-told story that spans a 100 years and introduces a 19 year old boy who pulled himself up from poverty to become something he never dreamed possible.
     The origins of the Maybelline Co. are simple: My great uncle Tom Lyle Williams, witnessed his sister Mabel, applying a mixture of burnt cork and Vaseline to her eyebrows and eyelashes and out of that discovery, formulated a product called Maybelline, named in honor of his sister Mabel, who gave him the idea.

  • 00:30

    Sharrie Williams, co-author, The Maybelline Story

    in Books

    It will take more than Maybelline—and family biographer Sharrie Williams—to pretty up Mr. Media!

    In The Maybelline Story, Sharrie Williams–descendent of the company’s founding father–tells the story of the birth of the Maybelline empire and the fascinating and larger-than-life family that brought it into being.

    In 1915, when a kitchen stove fire singed his sister Mabel’s lashes and brows, Tom Lyle Williams watched in fascination as Mabel performed what she called “a secret of the harem”–mixing petroleum jelly with coal dust and ash from a burnt cork and applying it to her lashes and brows. Mabel’s simple beauty trick ignited Tom Lyle’s imagination and the young entrepreneur started what would eventually become a billion-dollar business. Tom Lyle named Maybelline in her honor.

    Sharrie Williams is heir to the Maybelline legacy and family steward of the vast documentation that traces Maybelline's history. Sharrie is Tom Lyle Williams’s grandniece and Evelyn Boecher Williams’s granddaughter. As a member of this intriguing family, Sharrie is in a unique position to provide intimate and never-before-told details about the fascinating people behind the founding of Maybelline.

    Find more original interviews @ Mr. Media Radio • Twitter

  • 00:30


    in Women

    Sharrie Williams, heir to the Maybelline legacy, is founder Tom Lyle William’s grandniece and Evelyn Boecher Williams’s granddaughter and we our so lucky she will be our guest this week on Tomatoes In The Trenches. Sharrie will be talking about her memoir “THE MAYBELLINE STORY AND THE SPIRITED FAMILY DYNASTY BEHIND IT”. In this book Sharrie tells the story of the birth of the Maybelline empire and dishes the intimate and never-before-told details about the fascinating family dynasty behind it. So join us on Wednesday Oct. 13 when Sharrie Williams will be sharing a few of those intimate details of this incredible story to wet your appetite. And don’t forget to wear your Maybelline Mascara. 2pm EST/ 11AM PST/ 12PM Central

  • 00:29

    Best Foundation For Women Of Color

    in Blogs

    When shopping for foundation, first you have to decide what you want the foundation to do. Yes, before you even start color-matching, you need to know if you want sheer coverage that will just even out your skin tone, or heavier cover up. Formula is almost more important than finding the right shade. We're so caught up in shopping for the color that we forget about our special needs. Women of color scar and hyperpigment more easily from acne, so we need more coverage. I don't care if you're oily—and every black woman is not oily—if you need coverage, you must use a cream foundation. But that doesn't necessarily mean you need to apply the cream all over your face. Just apply a stick foundation in certain areas and if you're oily, use a primer. You want the foundation to look very light and natural, but you still may need to step it up in the coverage department."

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