A drunken girls tale. Living by the night with pain in her life. No love but lots of lust, no truth just a bunch of lies. She is staggering from the bar, with no man and no plan. An obsession for the bright lights as only made your time rough. She is helpless as she staggers down the steps. Pedestrians pay her no mind as they go on with their lives. Finally makes it to the platform. Exhausted, distressed, and disgusted with herself. Looking for help, looking for a chance, but no luck, she is still being ignored. It is all over for her, no change shall appear. And just has we begin to think she is down and out, she finds joy down the platform. The melodies playing from an acordian. As she dances to the music, she begins to realize how powerful of a woman she can be. She realizes that the change she was looking for was right in front of her all the time. Emerging from her depth, the bottomist pit, comes Teja Burnee.
Interview by Tiffany Ross of Sharae Magazine
Marcia Hamilton is a tremendously talented hair stylist based in Los Angeles, California. With her aptitude, edgy and passionate approach to hair creations—fashion photographers, makeup artists, and fashion stylists agree that she is one of the most inspiring hair artists of the next century. Marcia definitely became the “it girl” of hair because of her ability to create looks with no direction and being consistent in her ability to convey pre-determined looks effortlessly. Marcia has styled for Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith, Jayden Smith, Kim Kardashian, John Legend, Pink, Zoe Kravitz, Stacy Dash, Elise Neal, Kelly Rowland, Serena and Venus Williams, and Minnie Driver. Her styles have been seen in editorials such as InStyle, Essence, Flaunt, Jane, and ESPN Magazine. She’s also works regularly with fashion photographers and she’s done makeovers for NBC, HBO, The Today Show, ABC, the Today Show, and E Entertainment.
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