15 minutes with … a makeup technician
Name: Angie NemelkaAge: 18Place of birth: Salt Lake CityOccupation: Makeup technician at Kiss ‘n’ Make-up, hostess at Juicy Lucy’sWhen did you move to Garfield County and why? Four years ago; my dad’s jobFirst thing you’d buy after winning the lottery? Private jet so I can go everywhereFirst or best job ever? Kiss ‘n’ Make-up!
Best vacation ever: Spring Break ’06 visiting my cousin in CaliforniaWhat do you do in your spare time? paint, sleepGreatest accomplishment: Making it through high school “unconformed”Ever had a book, movie, news event change your life? “Romeo and Juliet”As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? EverythingIf you only had three TV channels, what would you watch? FOX News, Food Channel, Comedy CentralAny tattoos? 0If you could invite any three people to dinner, who would they be, what would you serve and what would you talk about? Frank Sinatra, Andy Warhol and Alexander the Great; we would eat whatever they want; we’d discuss the dark sides of their minds
What’s the greatest invention of all time? the down comforterFavoritesMovie: “Beauty and the Beast”Breakfast cereal: something sugarySong: “Iris” by The Goo-Goo DollsSinger: Frank Sinatra
Food: Juicy Lucy’s parmesan crusted tilapia covered in a lemon beurre blanc sauceWeb site: urbanoutfitters.comPlace in Garfield County: My roofSport to watch: LacrosseFashion designer: VersacePerfume: Reaction by Kenneth ColeColor of eyeshadow: PurpleLipstick or lipgloss? Lipgloss – a soft, subtle clearish color
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