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Todays fashion inspiration, tuning the odd to fashion and looking fab:
We celebrate with Tammy McDonald today Monday 12 October, stay at home parent and mental awareness coach, ( From London, United Kingdom), a splendid 41st b-earthday !
Here is my story. My mum cut my hair out of spite, my sisters too.. after running away from my stepdad. I got picked on horrendously called names all in all I was humiliated regularly, Every time my hair got to uncontrollable I’d cut it again and again… It became a habit when my emotions are hurt I chop my hair off especially when it comes to men. I was left by my sons farther because I prefer my hair short. I wore wigs a lot to impress and have him prefer me, it became a tiring battle as he was unfaithful a lot. I was made to feel and believe I was ugly by my mother too. Over the years I was learned to believe our hair is our strength and beauty. Abusive relationships, being kidnapped, abused the list goes on. No matter what life throws at me, I am still strong getting through things I thought I couldn’t. I isolated my self at home at times with a lack of confidence that people made me feel.. I’ve proved everybody was wrong. By getting on Instagram I do makeup and nail tutorials, feeling pretty and being, like many Instagrammers, I went down a road of disaster and disappointment. I’ll never be like them. WHEN I realized that I put the wigs down, I still play with makeup looks, natural bold, how I feel confident. I know it doesn’t mean I gotta be sad anymore I’m happy shining without having to impress with hairstyles & pressure to be perfect in others eyes. I’m perfect as I am as I was born bold. I’m bold and beautiful. I’m a mighty strong woman going through life. So, my advice to every woman: Don’t make social media or anybody make you feel like you are not beautiful, you ARE beautiful with or without hair, with or without makeup, you are beautiful just how you are. I believe people should be happy living as they prefer without the pressure of others 📷 “