She’s Preciously Beautiful

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[Our Beauty Of The Day]

Where She’s From: Precious White was born and raised in historic Boston, Massachusetts. “Now being dubbed as the New Hollywood, home of many great actors and musicians,” she tells The Black Star News. “Housed here are also some of the most prominent Educational Institutes and Medical Facilities. This is also the City of Champions so it's only fitting this is where my home is.”
“Life’s a beautiful struggle because whatever doesn't kill you only make you stronger; my mom is a living testament of that,” Precious continues. “The most important thing she instilled in me was that patience, prevalence and persistence are the keys to surpassing those struggles and reaching success. Never give up and definitely never stop dreaming. When you dream be sure to dream big.”
Precious attended the The New England Institute of Art where she obtained a degree in Graphic Design. “I am presently involved in freelance graphic art, administration, and also modeling and acting which I began a few years ago,” she adds.

Where She's At: “I am presently working towards starting my own graphic design company,” she continues. “Hopefully my modeling will land me in a few on screen roles or major print ad campaigns that will assist in funding my company. All I need is for that one big door to open and I will surely step my foot right in,” she adds, with a laugh.

This beautiful young model has already scored some major campaigns. Her image has appeared on a few modeling websites and in publications such as FHM, Maxim and IBConcept Magazine. Next year, she will featured in a major publication and she’s now lining up 2008 projects.

"Looking good is just an added bonus,” Precious explains. “Especially in this day and age with so many people vying for the same thing-to be successful in any field you have be knowledgeable of that field in order to stay ahead of the competition.”

So how does this beauty prepare to step out?
“Some of my must haves are MAC makeup, tried them all and MAC is the best,” she says. “Baby oil and bubble bath to keep my skin glowing and soft. Any article of clothing from the GUESS brand, I love everything they design. Prada shoes - the most comfortable shoes ever made. Gucci and Coach bags - love all their styles! Dolce & Gabanna perfumes.”

“A sentence that best describes my accomplishments would have to be the signature which I created for my company Legacy Productions which is named after my daughter,” Precious says.

Precious’s Words Of Wisdom:  “Never frown even when you are sad because you never know who is falling in love with your smile.”
Precious’s Secrets Of Success: “Patience, Prevalence, and Persistence.”
Precious’s Favorite Three Movies: “Spiderman, all of them, especially loved the Silver surfer character; Jet Li's 'The One'; and 300, the cinematography was so sick in that movie.”
Precious’s Three Favorite Books: “Sistah Souljah’s The Coldest Winter Ever; Toni Morrison's Beloved; and, The Complete Collected Poems book by Maya Angelou.”
Three Leaders That Have Most Inspired Precious: “Martin Luther King, Jr., Maya Angelou, Oprah.”
The First Three Things Precious Would Do As President: “Employ more people of color in congress; provide higher wages to teachers and more higher paying job opportunities for ethnic minorities such as African-Americans; and restore aid to low-income communities in need of better schools, hospitals and so on.”
Precious’s Favorite Cars: “ I love any fast, luxury, high performance sports car. Should be sleek, silver and sexy with black interior and tints. My favorite to date is the Aston Martin DB9- this car reeks power - oh soo sexy.”
Precious’s Favorite Entertainers And Their Songs: “Stevie Wonder-Overjoyed;
Michael Jackson-Tie between I Just Can't Stop Loving You and Don't Stop Til You Get Enough; Keyshi Cole-Heaven Sent; NAS-Ether; and, Damien Marley-Beautiful; and,
Mary J-Beautiful Ones and No more Drama.”
Precious’s Five Favorite Websites: “Google, Myspace, YouTube, Yahoo, and BlackStarNews.”

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