Cicely’s Bright Future

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“Beauty isn’t everything, brains is what’s going to get you places,� Cicely notes

[Our Model Of The Day]


Where She’s From: Cicely Parker was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. “My mom taught me independence and my family is really strong,” she tells The Black Star News. Cicely attended Choctaw High School and did not launch her career until she was 23 years old. “I always knew that modeling was what I wanted to do,” she says. “I would love to start a beauty industry business with perfume, makeup and hair care products.”


Where She’s At: “I have a two year old daughter,” Cicely says, when asked how she handles challenges. “She is a challenge---I conquer her with love,” she adds with a laugh.
 
 “Beauty isn’t everything, a brain is what’s going to get you places,” Cicely notes, referring to some of the lessons she’s learned in the industry.

So how does this young beauty prepare to step out?

“I love Carol’s Daughter. All recipes are 100% natural and healthy. My favorite perfume is Burberry and Chanel Chance; they smell so rich. I love all kinds of shoes.”

Cicely’s Words Of Wisdom: “Never go backward; always go forward.”
Cicely’s Secrets Of Success: “Do it big, or don’t do it at all.”
Cicely’s Favorite Three Movies: “How High is so funny and All About The Benjamins, and last but not least Pimp Chronicles.”
Cicely’s Favorite Three Books: “Flyy Girl and Kimora Lee Simmon’s Fabulosity.”
Three Leaders That Have Inspired Cicely The Most: “Martin Luther King Jr., Kimora Lee Simmons and Russell Simmons.”
The First Thing That Cicely Would Do As President: “I would end this non-purpose war.”
Cicely’s Favorite Car: “I have a BMW.  Love it ‘cause it drives so smooth around corners and I love the Bentley ‘cause it looks so classy.”
Cicely’s Five Favorite Entertainers And Songs: “Beyonce—Upgrade You; Lil Wayne—all songs; Kanye West—all songs; and, Common.”
Cicely’s Favorite Websites: “MYSPACE, MODEL MAYHEM, CAROLS DAUGHTER, AND DIOR.”


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