3 Comments Monday, August 9th, 2010
Authenticity is the name of the game for the brickhouse makeup artist/model, who is more than determined to prove that real curves prosper in this world.
AGE: â€œIâ€™m grown!â€
ETHNICITY: African American
HOMETOWN: Detroit, Michigan
WEB SITE: Coming Soon
YOUâ€™VE SEEN HERE IN: “The number one magazine called KING. This is my third time.”
KING: You do know youâ€™re practically like family to KING, right? Either youâ€™re posing for our cameras or working behind the scenes on our shoots. But for those who donâ€™t know, you moonlight as a makeup artist, right?
CANDICE: Itâ€™s really the other way around; I was a makeup artist first, and Iâ€™ve even done makeup for this magazine. Modeling came when photographers and other models suggested I hop in front of the camera. Guess it was my assets that launched my modeling career.
Weâ€™ll get to those laterâ€¦Being an artist is always my first love, though. I donâ€™t model much because of the politics and bullshit. But KING has always been good to me so I thank you for your professionalismâ€”thatâ€™s a very rare quality these days in this industry.
Appreciated. On your photo shoot, you got a bit too into your surroundings in the bed and shower. Care to explain your inspiration? I had a few dirty thoughts going through my mind to get me in that zone. Plus, I felt so sexy I felt like a goddess. When the shoot moved to the shower and that showerhead was in my hands, my body started to tingle. I wanted to try it out right there.
Waitâ€¦try it out? Yeah, it made me miss my showerhead at home. I have a confession.
Weâ€™re not Catholic priests but weâ€™ll hear you out.
**Read what Candice’s confession is in the Fall 2010 Edition of The Women of KING on newsstands now**
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