OKLAHOMA CITY — “Beauty queen” isn’t just for the “fancy, rich, and famous.”
It’s a badge of honor and a badge to be proud of.
For the most part, you won’t be seeing a beauty pageant in Oklahoma City, the city that produced the 2016 Miss USA pageant and the 2017 Miss USA title.
Instead, it’s the city’s annual beauty pageant.
And while the event is often seen as a celebration of the beauty industry, it isn’t.
It’s an event for the people of Oklahoma City and for people like me.
So why am I not one of them?
“I can say I’m a beauty and I can say my name is Lisa,” said Jessica, who asked that we not use her last name.
“I’m proud of my hair and my eyes, my nails, and my skin tone.
But I can’t say I have a perfect skin tone, and I don’t think my skin is flawless.”
Jessica’s father was a beauty artist and her mother was a makeup artist, so Jessica was the only child of a single mom who also worked as a beauty therapist.
When her mother died, Jessica and her family decided to move to Oklahoma City.
“I was raised in the beauty business,” Jessica said.
“You just go to work every day and you get paid, and you go home and you think, Wow, I’m finally home.
I’m really happy here.
And I was never going to be a star.
I was always going to have to work for something.”
Jessica, who was born in the United Kingdom, grew up with her father, who moved to Oklahoma from England at age 8.
Her mother was an art teacher, and the family moved to a smaller house when Jessica was about 4 years old.
Jessica’s family moved back to England in 2000.
She attended high school in England, but after finishing her studies, Jessica enrolled at the University of Oklahoma to pursue her dream of becoming a beauty expert.
Jessica was a year into her studies when she began to notice a change in her body.
“It’s pretty much the first time I saw the difference between my face and my body,” she said.
Jessica began noticing a change when she was 17 and started getting darker skin.
“My skin just started looking different,” she explained.
Jessica said that the first two or three times she went to the doctor, they told her to just try and keep it off for two weeks.
Jessica said that she started having problems with her weight and was prescribed medication to help her lose weight.
Jessica also developed a rash around her neck and had to get a rash cream for it.
“When I started to get better, I started getting good at dieting, so I started eating less and less,” Jessica explained.
“But I wasn’t really trying to lose weight because I didn’t want to look like a freak.
I didn, and that’s what happened.
I looked like a real person, and now I’m in my 30s.”
Jessica said she did not get to have the kind of personal trainer who she had hoped to.
She said that her training was in a gym, and it wasn’t like it was at a fitness center.
Instead of having her own personal trainer, she said she went with a friend who was also a personal trainer.
“The whole thing was just me, a friend of mine, and they just helped me out,” Jessica recalled.
“It wasn’t a real training experience.
It was just a lot of stuff I was doing myself.”
Jessica began working in the hair salon, which wasn’t the best way to get her business back on track, but it helped.
“When I came back from London, I was really unhappy.
I hated it,” Jessica admitted.
“The hair salon was just kind of a place for me to just relax and not really be involved with it.
I just needed to relax and just get a job again.
I had been unemployed for so long and I didn and didn’t think I could be a good stylist again.”
Jessica has worked in hair and beauty salons since she was 14 years old, and she said that although she was not a professional, she had the skills to be one.
Jessica has a lot more to say about her personal experiences in the industry than she has to share.
She talked about how she is a model and a stylist, and how she has had relationships with clients like Donald Trump.
She also discussed how she was able to do her hair and makeup business while attending Oklahoma State University.
“Because of the amount of time I had to study, I actually was able get into the business, and have success,” Jessica stated.
“That was the main thing I wanted to do, was to just keep going.
I really wanted to make it as successful as I could and not just be