When I Grow Up

Sep 08, 2010 1 Comment

“What happened to that little girl who used to play dress-up and experiment with mommy’s make-up?” exclaims make-up artist David Scott Stephens a.k.a our latest Token Male.

While on the set of an InterviewHer.com shoot (soon to appear on our website) David captured us all, not only with his exquisite make-up, but his interesting take on women and the little girl we all have inside.


“[David] is a national educator and product development adviser for a number of  large-scale cosmetic manufacturers. He teaches his craft both privately and publicly at his studio in South Florida, vocational schools and professional trade shows…” reads Stephens resume. He has over 30 years experience and knows what it takes to make a girl feel pretty!


David went on to ask us what we wanted to be when we grew up. More importantly he asked what we want to be WHEN we grow up? It got us to thinking; your identity is always evolving, not just on the exterior, but on the interior too. It’s never too late to try something new or reach heights that might have seemed impossible.

“One should never let age define ability or expression,” continued David. While, for the most part, he was encouraging us to experiment with make-up and beauty, we thought there was a much deeper message being shared. You’re never too old to play dress-up and you’re never too old to start realizing your dream, career, or lifestyle.

Thanks David!

Edited by: Bridgette


Beauty, Ft. Lauderdale

One Response to “When I Grow Up”

  1. PAULA says:

    quote to live by: “One should never let age define ability or expression,” Great piece.

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