Miss Illinois Teen USA Winner

Miss Illinois Teen USA 2014 winner Megan Riesner visited Chicago Lashes to get her lashes extended this month.  Megan was a lot of fun to apply lashes on because she has such a fun personality. Our makeup artist applied nearly 100 individual lash extensions per eye to accentuate the winner’s already amazing facial features. During her appointment, she shared with our staff her very deep passion for helping people less fortunate in the greater Chicago area through being highly socially involved.

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Miss Illinois Teen USA Has Passion

Our lash extensions specialist at Chicago Lashes were very impressed by Megan’s devotion to worthy causes.  When she is not attending college, Miss Teen Illinois USA 2014 gives inspirational speeches to Chicago area high school students about resisting teenage peer pressure. Megan also strives to help young people understand the importance of setting solid goals, as well as the increasing dangers of social media.

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This years Miss Illinois Teen USA was as sweet as she is pretty. According the beauty pageant winner, Megan’s best friend is her twin brother, Mikey-who just happens to be a division 1 baseball player for Bradley University. Talent runs within the family! In case you didn’t know, twin siblings often share an uncanny closeness.

Megan was excited to share with fans that exercise is the best therapy for both mind and spirit. When the weather permits, she enjoys outdoor running, bike riding, plus anything cardio related. Doing Pilates routines is Megan’s favorite way to shape up because the workouts elongate tissues and promote muscle toning.

Megan Riesner believes that we all have a moral responsibility to help those among society who are less fortunate. She enjoys volunteering her time at various non profit agencies around the Windy City.  Did you know that Meg also has a creative side?  Besides being absolutely beautiful, she also has a strong interest in the fashion industry. 2014 Miss Illinois Teen winner hopes to one day be a reporter on ESPN after completing college.