As the CEO of Her Beauty. Her Vibe, Monique has created a brand that represents enhancing and embracing the natural beauty of every client. The purpose of Her Beauty. Her Vibe. is to empower women to feel, look, and be the best version of themselves. 'Her Beauty' encourages women to never use makeup to hide themselves but to enhance their natural beauty. 'Her Beauty' encourages each woman to use beauty products as a tool to express what makes them look and feel like the best version of themselves. As a Professional Makeup Artist, Monique has worked in the beauty industry for 10 years and as a Skincare Specialist for 7. She recently received her Estheticians license as she aspires to highlight the importance of skincare within the brand. Monique has worked for major beauty companies such as Sephora and MAC Cosmetics as well as supplying makeup services to Warner Bros. Entertainment as a service Vendor. Currently, Monique is working with Oscar nominated Carla Joi Farmer, who is the Department Head Hairstylist and Designer in the movie industry for projects like King Richard and Coming to America 2. She's also had the opportunity to provide makeup services for actress Mikalya Bartholomew for the movie premiere of King Richard as well as providing male grooming services to retired NBA player Chris Bosh. Other opportunities presented itself when Monique was requested to provide Día De Los Muertos Halloween makeup services to the LA King Cheerleaders as well as providing touch up services on an NFL YouTube show with Fabulous TV, and countless makeup services for musicians on the set of video shoots. Her Beauty. Her Vibe. was also featured in an article with ShoutoutLA! and Voyage LA Magazine when the brand was named BeatbyMonique. You can visit the following link to view each story. >>> Meet Monique Jackson: Esthetician (Skin Care Specialist) & Makeup Artist – SHOUTOUT LA >>> http://voyagela.com/interview/meet-monique-jackson-beatbymonique-pasadena/
Below, you can view Monique speaking at the Sisters Empowerment Event in which she discussed the importance of using beauty practices to appropriately enhance the natural beauty of young girls.