No makeup, they said.
That sounded like a lot of fun.
Until the day of.
I don’t wear eyeshadow or a lot of makeup, but when a girl’s got psoriasis and rosacea — and that’s the day you wake up with several different mini-storms on your face, it no longer sounds like a party.
Even though I was battling a little bit that morning about it all.
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Because we need to give ourselves permission to be real.
It’s important that we understand that that looks like, and what it doesn’t look like. We also need to give each other permission to be real, to hold back our opinion, or what we think they should or shouldn’t do, to just let them “be” for a moment.
I hope you’ll listen to today’s More Than Small Talk conversation with three women who want to live brave (far more than just not wearing makeup) and desire to hear what you have to say.
And enjoy the bloopers. Extra points if you laugh along with us.
There were three resources mentioned today. Here they are, just for you.
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