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After gaining attention for her spunky personality and knack for style, Mai became an entertainment reporter and producer of the WB’s The Daily Mixx.
A quick Google search reveals they are springing up in other Little Saigons in a hurry — in San Jose, Seattle and Houston. But now, we get people from as far as Los Angeles and all over Southern California.” The girls not only soften the vibe, but more importantly, they bring customers back, says D. You have smile and be nice to customers as well.” Natalie Nguyen agrees with her competitor.
You can’t stop people from copying a good idea, says Nguyen. Nguyen (no relation to Natalie Nguyen), owner of Cafe Di Vang 2 on Euclid in Garden Grove. “But if we were just a coffee place and had nothing more to offer, what’s the reason for people to come back to us? “If you’re working at a Hooters or a strip club, you have to look a certain way, right? People get tired of seeing pretty girls if they don’t get good service, she says.
She attended De Anza College, majoring in Communications.
At age 18, Mai launched her career as a makeup artist for MAC Cosmetics while still living in San Jose, California.