#BeTrueToYou 157-day no makeup challenge #Day35
It wouldn’t be right for me to continue writing this blog without taking the time to shout out other campaigns and movements who are responsible for empowering generations of women.
1. My Black Is Beautiful
The #MyBlackIsBeautiful community celebrates everything that makes Black women beautiful, from the inside out. MBIB even launched a 30-Day “Beauty In Action” challenge. If you go on the MBIB Facebook page, Twitter, Instagram, or Youtube, you can find out what the daily challenge is. For 30 days, they will provide you with ideas and inspiration on how to put beauty into action. I just started my 30-Day challenge with MBIB today!
Read more at: https://www.myblackisbeautiful.com/#30daychallenge
2. The Dove Campaign for Real Beauty and the Dove Self-Esteem Project
Dove began their campaign nearly 10 years ago. The campaign started a global conversation about the need for a wider definition of beauty after the study proved the hypothesis that the definition of beauty had become limiting and unattainable. Due to it’s mounting success, the Dove Self-Esteem project was launched, targeting young girls with the mission to help build their self-esteem and redefine beauty.
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3. Ban Bossy
This movement was started to encourage young girls to be assertive and confident without fear of criticism. The idea is that little boys are praised and viewed as leaders when they take charge, but when little girls do it, it is considered “bossy”. Although this is not a beauty movement, it is a confidence campaign and a very positive I urge all of you to look into and get involved.
Read more at: http://banbossy.com