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Creative Louisville: Natalia Bishop – Level Up Louisville

Meet Natalia.

Natalia is another inspiring, entrepreneurial, creative woman doing interesting, engaging and downright fun things with her Level Up Louisville classes (stay tuned Lexington friends – she’s coming for ya!). This is one of the first Creative Louisville pieces I’ve done without knowing the subject personally, but after hearing my friend Courtney’s intro, I absolutely cannot wait to get to know her. Here’s what she had to say:

“Just a little background on Natalia…she moved here from Colombia when she was 17, knowing only a few words of English, and worked 2-3 jobs at a time as she made her way through business school at UofL. She has two kids and is just one of the most amazing and inspiring people in Louisville. If I could give you three words for her, it would be sparkly, vibrant, friendly, kind, real, energetic, intuitive, effing fearless, and that’s more than three but that’s because she’s so awesome. Anyone can have a great idea but not everyone can take an idea and make it into a successful business, let alone three successful, debt-free businesses. AND she always takes time to help other people with their small businesses, to volunteer at school, in Butchertown and with Tuesdays Together. Plus she always looks like she stepped out of damn Pantene commercial, even at pre-school drop-off in the mornings when the rest of us look like Cathy from those old comics.  read more

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Creative Louisville: Jess Harrison * Dollface Brows & Beauty

Creative Louisville is back ya’ll! Sorry for the hiatus but pumped to be jumping back in head first with today’s feature. So without further ado…

Meet Jess.

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Not going to lie, I’m pretty obsessed with Jess and her new salon, Dollface Brows & Beauty. I stopped by the Nulu salon (it’s right around the corner from Please & Thank You) last week and after one visit I am officially hooked – my brows are transformed. More on that in a second but first, back to Jess. Her salon is truly darling. The pink and minty green decor immediately stole my heart (clearly we share a love for this color palette) and Jess’ welcoming personality and dry humor had me feeling right at home. It was like meeting a long-lost bestie – funny, smart, frank and so easy to talk to. I don’t think there were more than a few seconds of silence during my entire visit – we chatted about everything from brows (obviously), to family, to favorite spots for drinks and the Louisville church picnic scene (one of my favorite topics). All this chit-chatting allowed me to get the full scoop on both her business and her recent move to Louisville. read more

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mom of three, small business owner. balancing life and style in louisville, ky

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