Beginning with a leading ladies in this project:
My name is Hafsa Ahmed and you can find me on Facebook at facebook.com/smilingforyouu and I’m also on Instagram @smilingforyouu. This is such a great movement to be a part of! I’m excited! Woman are beautiful and need to embrace the skin they have been blessed in everyday!
Katie. F –
Instagram and twitter are @KenyaLatrice
“I used to be insecure. It wasn’t till I decided to live by my own definition of beauty, did I find who I was. ‘Miss love bomb’ stems from my favorite N*E*R*D song. The song talks about how the world is messed up and we need to just love more — essentially my personal message to the world. Remember ladies makeup is no good if you don’t feel pretty inside.”
(@misslovebomb on Instagram)
“I chose not to wear make up because I feel like it’s not necessary for me too. I’m comfortable enough with myself to not have to put products on my face to enhance my looks. Yes, i do understand women wear make up to express themselves but I chose to show my creativity in different outlets. I won’t lie and say that have never worn make up for a special occasion but for everyday life I like to rock the skin I’m in bare .”
IG: MissAllieBabyyy Twitter: MissAllieBabyyy
Song of Solomon 4:7 You are altogether beautiful, my love; there is no flaw in you.
“I was created exactly in the image the Father intended . Whether I’m bald or rocking a full puff , naked face or dolled up . I am completely confident in and content with God’s work … Makeup is just a convenient enhancement to his masterpiece , never a completion.”
My beauty comes from within me. God made me brown skin with full lips and almond shaped eyes. I love the way he made me. I embrace it every single day. Your outer appearance is a shell of your inner-you which people will feel. Make up is to only enhance. Not to cover.
Brianna. C –
A HUGE thank you to all these spectacular young ladies who participated in the first week of the movement.
You support and all contribution of efforts are greatly appreciated!