Jennifer Bradley Skincare & Cosmetics is an upscale makeup artistry studio serving clients in the Fort Lauderdale area. Owner Jennifer Bradley is a celebrity makeup artist who has been featured on the nationally-syndicated television show Daytime as well as in Us Magazine, People Magazine, Latina Magazine, LA Fashion, Beauty Entertainment, and Celebrity Hairstyles. Jennifer offers Makeup 101 classes for small groups and individuals who want to learn the secrets of beauty insiders. She also offers one-on-one makeup applications or skincare consultations with all-natural, medical-grade, and fragrance-free products available for purchase. Contact the studio today for more information!

Proudly serving Tampa Bay, Orlando, South Florida and more! The name Danielle Sabatello Makeup Artist might suggest that it is limited to only makeup artistry, however our award winning team consists of multiple Florida licensed Skin Care/Facial Specialists and Cosmetologists, allowing us to expand our services to so much more!

Specializes in preparing men and women for rewarding careers in the cosmetology and barbering industries. At NFCI, we place a high value on individual creativity. In each of our programs, you will find a combination of dedication from our faculty, enthusiasm, desire, and creativity from our students. Those elements create an exciting learning environment.

Cosmetology and barbering are very versatile professions! Whatever your talent and interests are, we are here to teach, train, and help guide you to a career for a lifetime. We are eager to help you take advantage of the opportunities in these professional and financially rewarding fields.

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"Over the years I have been asked many times how Bootyland got it’s name. It all started back in the 90’s when the shop was being created. On of the original owners Katia was looking for a name for her shop that was envisioned as a like shop on the hill that had a mix of new and used. With a selection of local made goods, vintage, and culturally inclusive clothing as specialties. Her friends were a gay couple with a little vintage shop on lower Pine St came up with the name Bootyland! It was a innocent, sweet, and silly merge. As new parents know when you have babies... life is full of lil booties. The drawings for the logo and sign tell the story of that mix."  Ellie Cassidy, Owner

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