From minimum wage to makeup millionaire.
New Orleans native, Raynell Steward, aka Supa Cent, is building brand equity on her own terms with consistency and resilience, trusting the process while working on her passion – the Big Easy way. Truth be told, there was nothing easy about Steward’s success, from humble beginnings, working at low-income jobs, to starting the wildly successful cosmetic line, The Crayon Case in 2017.
As a teenager in high school, Supa was bullied – for her nose and skin – and she retaliated with verbal slayage – killing bullies softly with her words; positioning herself as a protector of her school mates. Being bullied taught her that everybody doesn’t have to like you nor do business with you. Luckily for us, Supa decided to love on herself, flaws, and all, exactly how God made her voluptuous, curvy body, and chocolate skin.
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