Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

by Grande Cosmetics |

Here at Grande Cosmetics, we celebrate diversity every day, week and month of the year! Hispanic Heritage Month is here  we're passing on the spotlight to some inspiring creators to help us celebrate 💕

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from Sept. 15- Oct 15th nationwide and honors the tradition and cultures rooted in all Latin American countries. We asked content creators @saimuamakeup, @rosariofloresbeauty, @makeupbymurry to tell us more about their Hispanic Heritage! Here's what they said:

 @saimuamakeup

 

@saimuamakeup

Q: What is your background? Where are you from?

A: I grew up in the Dominican Republic in one of the most welcoming Caribbean islands, part of my family is Dominican and my father is of Venezuelan nationality.

Q: How has your heritage shaped who you are today?

A: Currently I consider myself very lucky and proud of my Latin blood, for me growing up in a Caribbean country has given me the strength to move forward and fight for my dreams with love and enthusiasm.

Q: What advice would you give to others of Hispanic/Latinx heritage?

A: My advice is: That you never stop every day to be better and support each other, that we always keep our values high and that wherever we step the presence of our Latin culture is felt through food, dances, warmth, laughter and music.

Q: What is a family tradition you wish to pass down, that your family has passed down to you?

A: My family tradition that will always remain in my heart forever, is that wherever I go I can never miss a good plate of rice with beans and chicken or the typical (mangu) jajaja

 

@rosariofloresbeauty

@rosariofloresbeauty

Q: What is your background?  Where are you from? 

A: I was born in Colombia. However, I have a mixture since I am from a Colombian mother, and a Peruvian father.

Q: How has your heritage shaped who you are today?

A: I define it as a word that is -Strength-. I feel stronger to overcome the obstacles that are presented to us.

Q: What are you most proud of when it comes to your Hispanic heritage? 

A: [I’m proud] of spontaneity, and family love that we always reflect wherever we go.

Q: Can you share an obstacle you had to overcome and how you overcame it? 

A: The first obstacle was loneliness when I just moved. And I got over it by connecting with people with whom I felt happy.

 

@makeupbymurry

@makeupbymurry

Q: What is your background? Where are you from?

A: I was born and raised in Caracas Venezuela, the land of perfect weather and arepa.

Q: How has your heritage shaped who you are today?

A: Venezuelan people are very warm, this is definitely part of my personality and has defined the way I view the world and how I interact with others.

Q: What advice would you give to others of Hispanic/Latinx heritage?

 A: To keep on being proud Latinos and carry your flag with pride in everything you do

Q: What is a family tradition you wish to pass down, that your family has passed down to you?

A: I think the best tradition my family has is to always be there to support your family no matter what. Family always come first



Thank you for tuning in! Happy National Hispanic Heritage Month 💖