Look Your Best, Feel Even Better
By the time we were teenagers, we started to form some pretty strong opinions and beliefs about ourselves and how we looked.
How old were you when you began to wonder where you measured up in the world of “beauty?” (For me it was about age 12.)
The major problem is that these so called “beliefs” about ourselves were formed out of an incorrect, limiting fashion system that didn’t honor all women!
It’s why I’ve made it my mission the last several years to help women “wake-up” and become more conscious in their fashion experiences.
Recently I had the opportunity to be featured on the cover of OmTimes magazine. I was very grateful to be interviewed about this very topic!
Check it out below…plus, a bonus from me you’ll only get here on the blog.
How old were you when you got to have a say in how your hair looked?
For me, it wasn’t until junior high. So as a young girl, I endured years of hating my hair after many traumatic experiences at the hair salon.
And I know I’m not alone.
Most women have had some pretty awful hair experiences as little girls.
As a result, all those hidden emotions can get tangled up and tied to our experiences with our hair as adults.
Watch this video and see which false beliefs about your hair are preventing you from seeing your own beauty and hindering your ability to have great hair!
Plus, I’ll share a healing affirmation to help you create a hairstyle that you’ll love!
What if we have it all wrong?
What if God never intended for us to be beautiful?
I mean, where did our notions of being beautiful even come from in the first place?
Maybe our Creator never really intended for us as women to express our beauty and feel good about our appearances.
And what I mean by beautiful is not just inner beauty but also our outer appearance, our physical beauty.
In all our efforts to make ourselves look and feel more beautiful, maybe the truth is that we just weren’t designed to be attractive!
That’s when my imagination took over. And in my mind’s eye, one brave woman decided to ask God about it and learn the truth once and for all.
Here’s how I imagine that conversation going: