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“What’s the best thing about being authentic? No training required.”
What Does Authenticity Mean?
It’s quite simple really. Each of us is unique and no one can teach you how to be you. As humans, we sometimes have the tendency to make things more complicated than necessary.
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A gray, teal and white boldblindbeauty.com template uses the ‘Abby’s Corner’ image. Abby, sporting her signature explosive hairstyle is sitting cross-legged in her PJs (gray bottoms & white top with a gray collar). She is using her teal Abby logoed laptop with a headset/microphone and her white cane is propped up next to her.
“Beauty, to me, is about being comfortable in your own skin. That, or a KICK-ASS red lipstick.” ~Gwyneth Paltrow
Nothing says confidence like a red lip. Red is bold, fiery, strength, power, determination, passion, desire, and love.
For those of us who require mobility devices a question that comes to mind might be “geez I get enough attention by using my white cane why do I need more?” While it could be a valid point there’s world of difference between the curious stares brought about from using the tools we need to live independently and the admiration that comes from the confidence that says “I feel good about myself, I feel beautiful.”
Today’s Tip: For an immediate confidence booster go with a red lip. Don’t wear makeup? No worries, just do you! Always remember, “when we feel good we look good.”
Image: Abigail (Abby) is in the background of the text with her white cane and handbag along with a bright red kiss against a black background.