With nearly three million followers on social media and obtaining major collaborations with elite beauty brands such as Maybelline, CoverGirl, MAC Cosmetics, and Pantene, just to name a few, it is needless to say that Mariale Marrero is taking the beauty world by storm. The native Venezuelan first sought YouTube as a way to connect with other like-minded individuals and represent Latinas in the beauty spectrum of social media, yet her initial intentions have drastically evolved since 2010. Not only has she become one of the leading beauty gurus but Mariale has also developed into a lifestyle brand that encourages women to live their lives to the fullest, and most importantly – love themselves. Through her easy step-by-step makeup tutorials,
Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States, was an American founding father who positively shaped our country and impacted the American people. He was a spokesman for democracy, which allows the people to have their voices be heard for policies regarding the government. His views opposed a strong centralized government and helped show the potential of states rights. Jefferson was a powerful advocate for liberty and was well educated, benefitting him when writing the Declaration of Independance. He communicated well with others, which put him in the position of negotiating trade with other countries and gaining alliances. Jefferson was not known for
Many female Hispanic-Americans have had a significant part in shaping Florida today. Maria Mestre de los Dolores Andreu was one of those miraculous women who played an important role in history. She was the first of her race and gender to become an official lighthouse keeper in Florida and inspired many great female Hispanic-Americans to join the U.S Coast Guard. Maria made a big impact on women all over Florida and proved that women can do anything if they put their minds to it.
Marcial Macial Degollado, the founder and former General Director of the Legion of Christ, was born on March 10, 1920 in Cotija, Michoacán. He was a Mexican-born Catholic priest and had numerous relatives who were priests. After attending assorted catholic schools his whole life he decided to become a priest and to pursue a religious career. However, during his schooling he caused serious trouble and was kicked out of two schools for unknown reasons. He ended up becoming a priest after being both taught and ordained by one of his own uncles. Maciel moved onto pursue his dream of founding his own catholic religious institute, the Legion of Christ. With this idea, he established his own Legion seminaries in Mexico, Spain, and Rome. He also
18 years ago, Andrea Mungia was born in Phoenix, Arizona on the day of October 3rd 1996. She was brought in to this world by two wonderful people she now calls her parents, also year’s beforehand she has been accompanied by 3 beautiful sisters. Munguia went to Ironwood High School where she joined the high school Varsity soccer team, while she was taking classes in dance. For several years, she had to deal with having braces and working at payless, and now is dealing with wearing glasses due to her astigmatism. Throughout her life Munguia always wanted to be a veterinarian and so she graduated high school in 2015 and now is currently on track to meeting her career goals. In spite of that her ambition on becoming a veterinarian is phenomenal,
A maquiladora is a manufacturing plant based in Mexico where foreign companies import materials and equipment, on a duty free and tariff free basis, for the purposes of processing, manufacturing, or assembling goods which are then exported to other countries. The idea behind these maquiladoras promises a prosperous Mexican society. On paper, it really does seem like NAFTA is living up to expectations; creation of more jobs and a much less unemployment rate. On the surface, there seems to be nothing wrong with what’s going on in Mexico in terms of employment. Everyone has jobs and everyone is getting paid for these jobs, so what’s the issue? Despite all of this, the degrading and terrible working conditions imposed upon the maquiladora workers
I was raised in a environment of Generations after Generations of parents grandparents and family members that had a disadvantage of attending College because lack of finical funds and knowledge of the importance of college. My fathers parents lived the American dream by coming to america from Mexico to have a surpassing life. By hard work and little education they became property owners and raised three kids. My mothers parents had children right out of high school and were considerd poor but with hard and dedication
This is Mariela Morales from Bolivia (you probably don’t remember me. Just as a reminder we went to eat barbecue with my parents and my brother in Cochabamba). As I told you back then, I am studying in the U.S (Arkansas). Next week is my spring break and I am coming to NY. I was wondering if you have time to hang out some day.
If music be the food of love, play on. The Morir soñando, is a famous and popular drink in the Dominican Republic. Its name means die dreaming. Name that came because of the sensation and feelings that the Morir soñando produces when you are drinking it. Not everybody can make the Morir soñando, prepare this beverage without cut the milk, is a goal. Goal that not everybody in the Dominican Republic can do. the Morir soñando is a tipping point beverage where people combines orange, lime or chinola juice with the milk.
Unlike the termagant medieval Muslim woman, Zoraida was presented as an object of pity and compassion. So, when Dorotea asked about Zoraida’s identity, the Christian knight answered: “Moorish she is in body and dress, but in her soul, she is a very devout Christian ,” and when she announces her new name, Maria, the gentlemen were moved to compassion. Actually, Zoraida’s new identity denies her Islamic presence and enforces her absence. Rather; it acts as a confirmation of the Christian Spanish presence, which aims at both possessing her, and making her an object of pity, and thus, Other-ing her.
Regina Jose Galindo was born in 1974 in Guatemala. She currently lives and works in Guatemala. Regina practices her art works with her own body. Her works are based on violence or any cruelty caused by certain political events and personal disgrace. Those works are open to the public and to whoever relates to what is being depicted in the art work. (Regina Jose Galindo Portfolio, 2014). Galindo won the Golden Lion award in 2005 as the best artist under 35 at the 51st. Venice Biennale. Two years later, she sold this award to a Spanish artist, Santiago Sierra, who in return sold back to a collector. Ironically, in 2011 she decided to order an exact copy of the award to her friends, Angel and Fernando Poyón who were sculptors in Guatemala. Her friends gave her the exact copy, but this time the Golden Lion was casted in bronze coated in Guatemalan gold. Regina’s work is also present in private and public collections, such as the Pompidou, Guggenheim, Rivoli Museum in Torino, or the Miami Art Museum and Cisneros Fontanals Collection in Miami
What would you say are your chances of survival if you were dropped on the top of a desert mountaintop, under the excruciating, scorching hot sun of the Judean horizon? What if I told you that you would be armed with enough clean water and food to help sustain you? Do you think you could make it eight years under these conditions? This was the situation that almost one thousand Jewish zealots found themselves in around the year of 66 AD in the fortress of Masada. Here they chose to hide from the Roman hands that would enslave them and tear away their independence. What was this fortress they used to protect themselves in that would later become their turbulent tomb?
Introduction The fortress of Masada plays a very large part of Jewish history. Masada comes from the Hebrew word “mazuda”. The translation for the word mazuda means stronghold or fortress. The historical events that took place at the Masada help us understand the history, life and the deaths at the Masada.
I chose St. Angela Merici. St. Angela Merici is the patron saint of the disabled and physically challenged. I chose St. Angela Merici because she saw that girls were unable to get a proper academic education or an education in the Christian faith, and she then decided to help young girls get the education they needed. Education is very important to me just like it was important to St. Angela Merici. I was inspired by the way St. Angela Merici saw the problem of improper education and fixed it. She was also dedicated to prayer which I believe is an important quality.
Back in the year 1856, there was a great magician by the name El Meglio, who impressed the citizens of Vienna with his fantastic magic. El Meglio originally came from Rome, but had moved to Austria’s capital, because his arts caused confusion and insecurity in Italy. In these years Vienna was Europe’s cultural capital, and any sort of art was applauded. One evening came Austria’s emperor Franz Joseph on visit in the theater, where El Meglio worked, and he had commanded the theater manager that his wife, Elizabeth, should see the most incredible act ever. As an ending on the evenings show El Meglio therefore chose to make the fair Elizabeth disappear, whereupon the emperor should find her with help by a magic mirror. Unfortunately,
At one time, people would consult with a friend or family member for information on a topic like makeup, hair, or fashion. Others would look through current fashion and beauty magazines. Today, millions are flocking to YouTube to find out important information on beauty, hair, makeup, and skincare. Why? Well, this is certainly because the video sharing site is home to millions of videos on those very topics. People are able to upload their videos and share with fans. Thousands of YouTubers have gained great popularity through sharing their videos on beauty. One such rising star us Wendy Huang. In this article, we find out more about this young beauty expert.