Nicole Wants To Travel Like Gabrielle Union and Larry Sims!
Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata
Best friends Gabrielle Union and Larry Sims are here! They gab about Larry's transition from dancer to hair stylist, yacht vacations, fighting for your friends, being a good mom, punctuality, how their new haircare line Flawless came to be, how to balance work and personal life, where they hope to be in 20 years, making up dances in Paris, angels you can party with, food based arguments, and morning salutations. Email or call Nicole & Sasheer with your friendship questions at: email@example.com (424) 645-7003
Chobiznes Podcast (Season 2) LIVE with Larry Sims- Celebrity Hairstylist
Larry is one of my longest and dearest friends. Larry is a proud rep of the west side of Chicago and has lived a life unparalleled. His journey began as a working Dancer/Choreographer to Missy Elliot’s assistant to one of the most innovative celebrity hairstylists of our time, Larry is a force. I’ll let you guys hear straight from Larry himself about the twists and turns, in between’s and WTFs. Larry’s story is definitely a journey of Black pain to Black excellence all at the same time.
Free & Flawless ft. Beauty Icon Gabrielle Union & Hair Stylist Larry Sims
With her unforgettable wit, humor, and beauty, Gabrielle Union truly needs no introduction. Her roles in Bring It On, Bad Boys II , and Being Mary Jane made her a household name that has inspired so many young black girls over the past two decades. For this truly ICONIC episode, Gabrielle and I discussed everything, from her life as a mom to being a Black woman in Hollywood. We were also joined by Gabrielle’s hair stylist and business partner, Larry Sims. Together, they are relaunching Flawless by GU, a haircare line inspired by the well-researched ingredients that helped Gab to treat her hair loss and regrow an even more beautiful mane. I cannot wait for you all to hear this! So please, tune in for all the tea, the wisdom, and so much more! Links to Products/Resources Mentioned: https://flawlesscurls.com/ @flawlessbyguJoin the Naked Beauty Community on IG: @nakedbeautyplanet Check out nakedbeautypodcast.com for all previous episodes & search episodes by topicRate, Subscribe & Review the Podcast on Apple Thanks for all the love and support. Tag me while you’re listening @nakedbeautyplanet & as always love to hear your thoughts :) Follow Gabrielle : @gabunionFollow Larry: @larryjarahsimsStay in touch with me: @brookedevard See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ep. 3 - Living In A State Of Awareness, Observation, And Discipline - An Interview With Larry Sims
Hearts Rise Up Podcast
In this episode, as he was growing up in the south, Larry had lots of questions around many things in life. Many of the answers he received from others were inadequate in his mind which led to a lot of confusion. The harder he tried to understand, the more questions he had and the answers were never satisfactory. Life was a bit awkward as he was growing up. Having started school a year early, he was smaller than his peers, and a target for bullying. Eventually, he was able to internalize his own sense of self-worth in his musical abilities. He found his calling as a Band and Orchestra Director. It wasn’t until he hit his early 50’s, that he was able to make sense of a lot of things. He learned that it’s never too late to raise your awareness and consciousness. Show Notes: Listen in to hear Larry’s story, what he learned and how he applies it in his life today. There are many nuggets of wisdom to include: 1. What you feed grows 2. How to dispel anger and resentment 3. Making time to reflect 4. Egocentricity and transcendence - the Zen of it all 5. The dynamics of growth through relationships 6. The power of neutral observation - the downside of going from observation to analysis 7. Acceptance and patience 8. Spirit "Body-building" tips - moving from learning to practicing via discipline 9. Finding what works for you10. Don't ask “Why” - Ask "What is the opportunity for growth?" (Advice from Dr. Steven Hairfield) 11. Resist the urge to control others - a Lilliputian tale Books he recommends: Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself - Joe Dispenza When Everything Changes, Change Everything by Neale Donald Walsch Power vs. Force - Dr. David Hawkins Gulliver's Travels – by Jonathan Swift People who’ve influenced his life: Wayne Dyer Marianne Williamson Dr. Steven Hairfield More Info: Larry was born in Jackson, MS as a post-war baby boomer and into a Christian household via Southern Baptist orthodoxy. Bullied through the early years, he finally found refuge when discovering his musical abilities. After receiving undergrad and graduate degrees in Music Education, taught for 30 years as high school band and orchestra director. Retired from teaching and worked in retail for a decade before fully retiring. If you wish to contact Larry, feel free to reach out to Hearts Rise Up at Hello@HeartsRiseUp.com for details.Music by Jonn SerrieWebsite: http://www.thousandstar.com/ Record Labels and Links to Jonn’s Music: Valley Entertainment and New World Music
We talk to Larry Sims on how his dancing background led to his career in styling some of the biggest celebrities in the game including Queen Latifah, Mary J. Blige and what was his reaction to THE reaction to him shaving the head of Sanaa Lathan. Also Larry will be discussing his upcoming Behind the Brush seminar in Atlanta.
Invite Only Cabo’s Larry Sims (@LarryJarahSims) and Emily Moses (@MosesMakeup) join us to talk behind the scenes dirt on the show. Huge questions are answered, but the biggest is: What are Emily’s delicious nails made out of? We had a great time and laughed our asses off with these two. Enjoy! Subscribe at http://www.patreon.com/watchwhatcrappens for bonus episodes, ringtones, and live group video chat parties. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.Our Patreon Extras: https://patreon.com/watchwhatcrappens
Celebrity hair stylist Larry Sims joins Brandi to talk about his Bravo show Invite Only Cabo! He talks about having fun with his cast-mates, Emily and Australians having no judgement, living your truth, the high cost of Ubering everywhere, and how he stays friends with everyone after they finished filming.
B.W.D - W/ Jamar Rogers + Publicist CJ Carter + Larry Sims
My Fierce Wings Radio
Jamar Rogers entered the world on March 1, 1982 to a single mother in New Orleans. Growing up, Jamar showed tremendous talent for singing as early as six years of age, but soon fell prey to the emotional problems that come with growing up in a fatherless household and became addicted to drugs to fill the missing piece. As his life began to spiral out of control, the unthinkable happened; Jamar was declared HIV positive. Completely broken, Jamar somehow found the light in the darkest time of his life and began to turn things around. After six years of being clean from crystal meth, Jamar auditioned for The Voice and “the rest is history,” as they say. Since becoming a finalist on The Voice, Jamar has appeared on popular shows such asThe Today Show, Ellen, CNN, E! Entertainment News, MTV News, HLN’s Showbiz Tonight, USA Today, People Magazine, US Weekly, Billboard, Rolling Stone.com,The Hollywood Reporter, The Huffington Post, POZ Magazine, Popcrush, Sway In The Morning, Positively AwareMagazine and many more! Currently, Jamar is recording an album set for release this fall and recently dropped a new single on iTunes called “Where Would I Be Without You.” In addition to recording, he is touring across the country packing out venues, while drawing crowds of all ages with his soulful voice. He is actively working in his community to demystify HIV/AIDS along with doing his best to spread a message of hope and second chances to a generation of young people.