In The News
Big News is Coming Soon
We are very excited to share that we will be featured on People.com! Stay tuned for the link to the article!
A lift from lipstick
Costco Connection, the monthly magazine of Costco Wholesale with a circulation of 8.6 million, featured Find Your Fabulosity. Read the story here in the “Member Connection” section. (January 2019)
National Lipstick Day!
Andrea Jackson, WOFL FOX-TV, interviewed Sheryl on National Lipstick Day 2018 about Find Your Fabulosity – and its record-breaking 11,000+ new lipsticks donated to domestic violence victims.
Herman Cain Radio Show
Former presidential candidate Herman Cain interviewed Sheryl in the Living The American Dream segment of his nationally-syndicated radio program “The Herman Cain Show.” Herman was inspired and intrigued! (7/13/2017) Listen below!
Good Life TV45
Lake Mary Life
A feature story in this magazine spotlights Find Your Fabulosity and Sheryl’s work to help domestic violence victims heal through the power of a lipstick and outreach to shelters throughout America. (January-February)
60 turns into 100+
When Janet Perfetti decided she didn’t need or want a thing for her 60th birthday, she held a Lipstick Drive for Find Your Fabulosity, collecting 100+ lipsticks. Now that’s a Happy Birthday! (7/26/2017)
To a domestic violence victim, a new lipstick means “I have a voice, an identity, and beauty inside and out.” The mission of Find Your Fabulosity was captured by Orlando’s Jewish Lifestyle magazine. Full article click here. (Winter 2018)
Women In Need of God’s Shelter
Women In Need of God’s Shelter, a women’s domestic violence shelter in Dublin, Georgia, hosted Sheryl as its Spring Luncheon keynote speaker for health care professionals, social workers, and board members. The
The power of a lipstick, healing victims of domestic and dating violence.
“The simple act of applying a little lipstick can help a survivor of domestic violence face the world with just a little more confidence and optimism. Your kindness is appreciated more than you know.”
The Bernard House Shelter
Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Center