When I was a young woman in the late 1970s and early 1980s, I remember looking around at the women of African American culture and seeing the same images I did, the same faces, the hair and the skin tones, all the while feeling like I was on a reality show.

I remember thinking: “What’s happening here?

They’re all the same?” 

It was a lot like the modern day Kardashians and how they make us feel like we’re on a special stage in our lives, and then we just watch them get to work and get to show off their bodies, their talents, and their beauty.

That’s the kind of thing that kept me going in those early days, and it still does.

I still remember my first glimpse of the Kardashians when I was in middle school.

They were everywhere.

I thought they were going to come back in a couple of years and get all the attention and be the biggest thing in the world.

But I didn’t even know there were so many black women out there.

It was amazing.

I think the beauty industry is the same way.

The beauty industry’s all about giving us a lot of attention and attention we want.

So that’s the beauty that’s available to us, the way that we see ourselves in the media.

The Kardashians were a huge influence in my life, especially growing up in the ’90s.

My mom used to say to me, “What are you going to do?

Go to the makeup parlor?”

That’s when I realized I wasn’t going to get any good grades.

And I think that’s what kept me up all night long.

I was always interested in fashion, especially because I grew up in New York City.

I was always watching the Kardashian reality shows and trying to get into that fashion world.

So when I heard they were working on a new reality show, I thought, “I’m in!

I want to be on it.”

I’m not saying that I was going to be an overnight success.

I know that it wasn’t the only way I could have gotten on the show, but I definitely knew that I wanted to be there and that I’d be able to be the star of the show.

That was when I found out about makeup.

I’d always wanted to do a reality series, but it wasn.

I had to start working on my own.

I needed to do it.

So I did a little makeup school.

I started doing it in my mom’s kitchen, and she would tell me what I was supposed to do, how to apply makeup, how much makeup I should use.

I learned how to do all those things and I just had to do them.

As a kid, I loved makeup.

The Kardashians helped me understand what it was like to be a little girl and to have makeup on my face.

I really love makeup.

My sister, who I am very close with, was always wearing makeup and it was amazing to see that she could do it and not feel embarrassed or ashamed.

She had confidence and confidence and I think it made me a better person.

So it’s a great thing for me to have a foundation like that.

It’s helped me a lot in my career.

I’m still trying to find my own voice and I feel like I’ve been doing it for a long time.

I always knew that my voice and my looks were my own and my choices were my choice.

I wanted my looks to be my own, and I wanted them to be what I wanted.

I also wanted to have confidence.

I never wanted to look like someone who was insecure, so I didn-t want to wear anything that would make me feel that way.

I didn and I still don’t.

When I was working on that reality show I had a really strong foundation of confidence and that was a big factor in how I wanted everything to look.

I did makeup so I would feel confident and that would help me in my job.

I’ve always wanted that.

I don’t want to change anything, but when I saw the Kardashms, I knew I wanted that makeup on.

That just made me feel like that was something I was born to have.

My mom would say to my brother and me, when we were younger, “You look beautiful.”

She was very proud of me for being able to achieve what I have today.

I definitely feel that, at the end of the day, I’m not looking to make people happy.

I just want to make them feel good.

I want people to love me.

Growing up in Harlem, I didn´t have a lot to do.

I got to work at the jewelry store and at the movie theater and I had my own business.

I made enough money to support my family, so my parents didn´ t