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About Leottia Beauty
In the mid-1960s, Leottia made a life-changing decision to become a beautician. She attended the Long Island Beauty School, which was located in Babylon at the time. After graduation, she worked in her cousin Ida Conway’s shop in the heart of Hempstead, which was the thriving shopping Mecca prior to Roosevelt Field opening.
Several years later, Leottia met salon owner Doris Walker in Amityville. Leottia revived a failing beauty salon by becoming a partner and ultimately building the clientele.
Leottia was a gorgeous and classic woman with a great sense of fashion and beauty. Her motto was, “A little powder and a little paint, makes a girl look like something she ain’t.” She also expressed her style of dress as “simple and elegant.”
Leottia had to deal with many tragedies during her life. But she faced them with her great faith in God—and what a faith she had.
Leottia Beauty was formed because of her granddaughter Apryl, a daughter of Sandra. She had the opportunity to live with her grandmother until her death in 1990. They had a special spiritual bond of love. With the entrepreneurial spirit that Apryl has had since she was a little girl, she decided to start her own beauty line of cosmetics and name it after her grandmother—consequently, Leottia Beauty of HOPKINS BEAUTY SOLUTIONS