#MyBeautyIs Week 2

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  1. Your hair is gorgeous! I usually love my hair. . . when it’s not frizzy 😉
    I love my body, after 3 kids it still looks amazing. It’s not perfect but there is nothing to be ashamed of!

  2. Lisa Ladrido says:

    What a great campaign! We forget that our children are always listening and watching us. My best feature right now is my hair. However, I have to color mine because of the gray! You are so lucky girl! My best feature used to be my legs, but they are a little chunkier now! Love this campaign!

  3. Lindsay says:

    i think it’s time we all embrace “the good, the bad and the ugly” and just accept and love what we have and have been give. Sure not always an easy task, I’ll be the first to admit, but being more self aware and careful with our words because there’s always little eyes/ears watching/listening. 🙂

  4. Tammy Greene says:

    So true! I work really hard on being very careful what impression I give my daughter about my own self confidence. I know she is watching and I want her to love herself.

    Your hair is beautiful!!!

    I love my biceps. I love to be able to see a little bit of muscle when I flex. Makes me feel strong.

  5. Ashleigh says:

    You look so pretty!! This is a great idea!! I love my nose and ears (weird, yes) but have always found them to be normal size and shape. I have always struggled with body issues and shaming but have tried in recent years to accept the body I have…not always easy. But dang, I have great ears!