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Fashion Fair / Non-availability

1 San Francisco, CA, United States Review updated:
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Phone: (415) 822-8060

Have We Arrived



Before we viewed the movie ROOTs. We had Roots. Before the Middle Passage -
There was a land of Black Folk. Yes, we do have Obama in office a change for the mentality of the people. Since we have a change and have hope. Must I say a voice? Rather we see it right away or not there will be a difference. Two hundred years cannot be changed overnight. I do not know people if it is realized that Macy’s was the only major department store in downtown San Francisco that had a Black cosmetic counter with a reputable Black technician.

Fashion Fair It’s no longer there No more Fashion Fair at Macy’s- downtown San Francisco. No Iman, No anything for us. Patti Labelle, Flori Roberts. Nothing. Nowhere. MAC does not count. We were not the only ones wearing Fashion FAIR. Everyone has BENEFITTED from Fashion Fair Cosmetics. Have we arrived and what have we arrived to. Complacency, lackadaisical, attitudes . Do we care. Why should we have to order online or go to Stonestown or Serramonte? What is wrong with us? Please give me feedback. Please call Johnson Publications, the manufacturers of Fashion Fair cosmetics. We should also have a store in downtown San Francisco that has Flori Roberts, Iman, and /or Patti Labelle cosmetics. We are going back to Madame C.J. Walkers‘ days door to door.

Zahress

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  • Ly
      25th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    get something to do, you had hope before...we don't have a united white american college fund and you were not a slave and if you don't like how your treated in america go live in AFRICA freedom ya no...you have it use it...

  • Cl
      10th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    We are having the same trouble with this here in Canada. Lynda...go back to Europe where your forefarthers came from!! or where ever, because I am sure you are not Native Indian!

  • Lo
      10th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    lyndas point still stands.. in the US you can cater to black this, hispanic that, indian(ugh) this, but if you try to cater to whites and say it publicly... you are a racist.

    to the OP, if those product lines made money for the company, they'd still be there, THE END.

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