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Larissa wholeheartedly admits she loves her hair. "It's very versatile," she says. "I can rock the weave, wear it bone-straight, kinky or curly!" Bottom line, the Cameroon native, who is working towards her MBA, believes, "What's most important is you love yourself the way you are."
Bonnie, a former real estate agent, admits she used to have an extensive beauty routine. "When I'm looking at old pictures of me wearing layers of makeup, I think I look better today keeping it natural," says the busy stay-at-home mom of three.
"I love to offer simple and affordable tips for women like me — time-pressed and budget-conscious moms who want to feel their best," says the L.A.-based beauty expert. "Women take care of so many people that it can become difficult to take a little time for themselves."
After decades of being a stay-at-home mom, Denise relishes her new career as a model. "It makes my kids proud of me," she says of her twin son and daughter's reaction to her career. "I love to show them you can be anything. I want to be a role model for young and old."
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