In August 2016, when she landed on the leafy, almost comically picture-perfect campus of Ithaca College in upstate New York, Makai probably seemed, to the other freshmen, like she was doing just fine. She fell in quickly with a core group of friends, and soon they were watching TV in the lounge, cruising to house parties, and venturing over the hill to frats at neighboring Cornell. No one could see that Makai was completely spinning out.
This article first appeared in the Fall 2019 issue of NewBeauty. Click here to subscribe. Now that the term “work wife” has entered the pop culture lexicon, the notion of starting a company with one’s
best friend is standard operating procedure for entrepreneurial types. But when dermatologists Katie Rodan and
Kathy Fields invented the now-iconic three-step acne treatment Proactiv in 1990, it was still a relative rarity (for women, at least). From the get-go, Drs.
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