Today, I joined Kirsy Rodriguez, Beauty Advocate for Women with Disabilities and Maggie Redden, Ms. Wheelchair New Jersey, along with Nancy Redd, this morning.
Kirsy shared that she didn't let her disabilities stop her from applying makeup. She shared that she uses the table, adapts her makeup tools to apply her makeup. Matter of fact, Kirsy declined having HuffPostLive makeup staff services and applied her own makeup. And she looks flawless!
Kirsy's Beauty blog, Barrier Free Me, will be launching soon! We'll be checking that out for sure!
Maggie Redden, Ms. Wheelchair New Jersey, spoke about her introduction to pageants, makeup and growing up.
I definitely enjoyed being part of this panel. Just because we have chronic conditions doesn't mean we don't appreciate makeup, skincare and fashion!
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