Category Archives: Guest Bloggers

Rosalinda’s Blog | Guest: Angela Womack

Laura+Mercier+counter (1)How to make your makeup counter visit effortless

Returning blogger, Angela Womack, Makeup Artist for Laura Mercier, has great tips on how to get the most from your visit to the makeup counter. The cosmetic department is a fun place to be. It’s a playground...
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Rosalinda’s Blog | Guest: Jess-Confessed

Jessica WashingtonMillennials Part 2: Another Woman's View

Millennial generation; making a big splash. This week’s featured guest is Jessica Washington, a beauty guide blogger and a recent graduate from St. John’s University with a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations. She currently works as the Communications Coordinator...
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Rosalinda’s Blog | Guest: Amanda Suazo

 

Amanda SuazoMillennials Part 1: One Woman's View

The millennial generation is in the spotlight. More so than any recent generation. I’d say, since the “hippie” generation. Why is this generation making such a splash? What is making this generation so influential? Does the dawn of social media have a...
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Rosalinda’s Blog | Guest: Amanda Suazo

Rosalinda_Randall_Etiquette_Coach_s46 Ways Millennials Can Break Stereotypes at Work

My guest, Amanda Suazo (@suazgirl) and I met on Twitter. Proving that business connections do happen on social media. So for you #millennials out there, keep it fun and keep it professional. And now, my guest Amanda imparts some very...
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Rosalinda’s Blog | Guest: Angela Womack

Angela W makeup bagSpring Cleaning Alert

Most the time you think of Spring-cleaning you think of your closet, but what about your makeup?  I just got rid of my gemmed torn jean shorts because I finally realized I’m not twenty any more.  Makeup...
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Rosalinda’s Blog | Guest: Phyllis Garland

Phyllis_Garland_Web_Design_Marketing_ServicesNetworking: We meet, we connect, and I never hear from you.

My guest this week, is Phyllis Garland, Trainer of Learn Word Press in a Day workshops. What to Do Before, During, and After a Networking Event It’s a known fact...
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Rosalinda’s Blog | Guest: Jimmy Ng

The first napkins were the size of a towel!

In Italy, late 1600s, there were twenty-six shapes in which dinner napkins were folded. Many to mark or acknowledge an occasion or person; these included Noah's Ark (for clergymen), a hen (for the...
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Rosalinda’s Blog | Guest: Angela Womack

angela womackEat your cake, don’t wear it!

My guest this week, Angela Womack, Trainer and Make-Up Artist for Laura Mercier. *Special gift with purchase on October 19th. First perceptions are significant. Personally, I am a fan...
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