While in many countries Friday the 13th is considered an unlucky day, Mary Kay Ash never bought into those superstitions. In fact, she spent her life savings to start her Mary Kay business on Friday, Sept. 13, 1963.
As an active member of the Junior League of Dallas and a part of the Mary Kay family, the Mary Kay Women LEAD (Learn Excel Achieve Dream) Scholarship program has always been a passion of mine.
Mary Kay Brazil and Mary Kay Global Beauty Ambassador, Luis Casco, are full steam ahead into 2018! In his second trip to Brazil for Mary Kay, Luis led several important events at Seminar, which took place January 18 to 23 this year.
To all the powerful, strong women who keep all of us at Mary Kay inspired every day, today is your day. In honor of International Women’s Day, I would like to acknowledge all the women who are role models and mentors in communities, both large and small, all around the world.
Earlier this year, Pantone, the worldwide standard for color communication from designer to manufacturer to retailer to customer, announced that Ultra Violet will be the color of the year for 2018! Pantone has long been known as the world-renowned authority on color as the key provider of technology for the accurate communication of color across the majority of industries.
Candy hearts, paper valentines, Cupid – the month of February has some iconic symbols for love and offers a boundless opportunity to spread some! But February is also National Teen Dating Violence Awareness month and an opportunity for the community to come together to rally around teens and young people. Specifically, the 1 in 3 young people who will experience abuse from a dating partner across the U.S. in this year alone.
Mary Kay is ecstatic to announce the recent launch of nine distinct new high-quality brushes, ideal for creating a range of looks. Each brush is hand-crafted into a precise shape for ideal application and performance so you can confidently become your own makeup artist!
The International Day of Women and Girls in Science is a United Nations holiday to recognize the critical role women and girls play in science and technology communities, celebrated annually on February 11.
The team at Mary Kay took a break from our usual pink on National Wear Red Day, in support of the American Heart Association in order to raise awareness of cardiovascular disease risk in women.
Before I share part 2 of “Getting into Gear”, I first want to thank all those who let me know that they found the first installment to be inspiring as they commit – or re-commit to their goals. I also appreciated some related advice folks added to the blog such as, “Know when to put the brakes on a bad situation or relationship” and “When you find that you’re lost or headed in the wrong direction, it’s okay to back up and turn around”.