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My first ever post was about this subject and its something that I have struggled with for a very long time, embracing your uniqueness! I’ve always idolised other women and there is nothing wrong with that but I also aspired to be just like them beauty wise and in other aspects that were not healthy.

 

Slimmer eyebrows, lighter hair, tanner skin so many things I tried to change about myself that just wasn’t me. You need to understand that everyone’s unique, no one looks exactly like anyone else and that’s what makes them beautiful, if we were all clones the world would be a very dull place.

 

I understand we all go throw that awkward teenage stage when we are all trying to find ourselves but its easier to emulate someone else so we sometimes do that instead of finding our own feet.

 

For example I had always hated my bushy triangle shaped eyebrows ( thanks, dad) and when I was younger  I was always trying to pluck them with my mum  batting my hand away saying not to touch them as I would ruin my face, and thank god  that she did as now I have eyebrows that fit my face and make me look different than everyone else plus there now on trend.

 

Being unique doesn’t just mean beauty try and find your own style too, I love taking inspiration from other people but always try and put your own spin on the outfit also when I was younger I found myself trying to act more like the women I idolised, taking on some of their personality. Again there is nothing wrong in getting inspiration from someone maybe trying to be more confident or considerate but never try to morph yourself into something you’re not, you can never achieve the goal of becoming them and you may start to lose yourself.

 

I hope some of you found this helpful, I definitely struggled with this when I was younger and I’d like to help others by telling them there not alone. If you had similar experiences please comment down below and don’t forget to subscribe to my blog id love to see you back. Thanks for reading Xxx

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