Giving Girls Power in the Powder Room

According to Dove, only 4% of girls find themselves beautiful worldwide.

It is time to change that! The Powder Room Finishing School was created to provide girls an outlet to grow in their confidence, learn etiquette and have fun with makeup, modeling, fashion, and pageantry.

Founder Keerah Yeowang knows how tough it can be to look in the mirror and not like what you see. She has studied body positivity and learned that adolescent girls think about their appearance more than three hours a day! Equipped with that knowledge, she sprung into action and designed a program to help young women build confidence, self-esteem, poise, and class.

Keerah is on a mission is to change women’s perspectives of themselves by combining her philanthropic spirit and her than 8+ years in the beauty, cosmetics, fashion, and modeling industries.

After Keerah was crowned Ms. Wisconsin she felt an even greater urgency to help young women everywhere know that they are beautiful…fearfully and wonderfully made.

In her career as an independent image, beauty, and etiquette consultant, Keerah aims to inspire self-esteem and self-confidence to teen girls and women through make-up and beyond. Additionally, she seeks to serve women in all seasons of life, including corporate executives and community leaders.

Keerah has written blogs and appeared on both radio and television. She is also known for her outstanding work in charity and volunteerism. Keerah is taking her passion to the next level by developing the Powder Room Finishing School (TPRFS).

TPRFS will have four areas of focus:



Pageant Preparation

Make-up Fundamentals

Giving Girls Power in the Powder Room

This industry component teaches aspiring models the fundamental knowledge to begin a modeling career. Keerah teaches young women about poses, photoshoot preparation, portfolio creation, runway readiness and much more!

This industry component introduces women to the foundations of fashion. Keerah explains the importance of dressing for body type, understanding fabrics, gives lessons on designer style, and provides guidance for those wanting to pursue careers or businesses in the fashion industry.

Known as the “Queen of Beam” Keerah provides resources from her School of Glam to teach women about the foundations of make-up selection, application, tools and skin care essentials.

This industry component prepares young ladies for all aspects of pageant life. Keerah shares her experience and provides a guidebook that assists in navigating the pageant scene culturally, emotionally, and practically.

Also includes Personal Introduction & Judges Interview Preparation • Stage Presence and Walking • Wardrobe Selection & Hair/Make-Up Planning

Keerah is committed to giving every young woman she encounters the gift of self-confidence. She desires that each woman that attends The Powder Room Finishing School learn life-changing lessons that inspire, empower, and help them achieve greatness. You can help Keerah by sponsoring girls to compete in pageants, assisting with material costs, and creating a makeup school specifically designed for teens.

In a study conducted by Dr. Melissa Mercado, she found that teen girls apart of Generation Z are a generation shaped by the smartphone. This factor and the accompanying rise of social media have resulted in an unprecedented crisis. Rates of teen depression and suicide have skyrocketed since 2011. It’s not an exaggeration to describe GenZ as being on the brink of the 

worst mental-health crisis in decades.

One of the factors is the constant comparison to others and the battle over the ever-changing beauty standards. Keerah aggressively seeks to demolish the devastating effects of the negative aspects of social misuses, such as cyberbullying and body shaming. She aims to equip them with the tools, knowledge, and connections needed to help them thrive in the fashion and modeling industry. Yet, it all requires resources and funding to help them. Please partner with us by making a one-time or reoccurring donation. We are presently seeking non-profit status so that your donations will be tax-deductible in the future. Thank you in advance for your contribution to making a difference in young girls across the Globe.

Do you love what we are doing and want to get involved, but you live in another city?

That is not a problem at all. We are now accepting applications for Facilitators who are trained in the four disciplines we teach to open TPRFS chapters across the United States and abroad.

There is interview process, so we encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible. We are only opening a select number of U.S. states and territories per year. Good luck!