In My Own Style (IMOS) blog is to inspire women to speak their boldness, love their beauty, and represent their uniqueness from the inside out; and accessories from Lalise will represent the boldness, beauty, and uniqueness of a woman’s style.
May was mental health awareness month. Mental health is a sensitive topic, but it is a prevalent illness in today’s society. This illness does not have a certain age, socio-economic status, ethnicity, or gender group that it attacks. However, it is an illness that paralyzes the mind. I am not writing this from a professional viewpoint, but a personal one
You have now reached your finished product. Painting your portrait required extreme details and self-awareness of your life and beauty. You used all the styles to create a realistic lighting, reflection, and mirrored effects of a beautiful woman.
Now let us shift this analogy. Think of yourself as a valuable product. When you look in the mirror and turn spiritually naked from all angles, do you see yourself as a valuable product of a woman? This is a difficult question to answer, but I challenged myself to dig deep and find the answer. Now I am challenging you. Ask yourself are you a valuable product in the following categories: Are you a valuable product to God, yourself, family, friends, others, and community? How?
In conclusion, we are phenomenal. Therefore, we should love our uniqueness because it defines who we are. Let us start to celebrate our own uniqueness as well as the uniqueness of other phenomenal women.
The moral of the story is that many young ladies and women only see their beauty from a physical standpoint. Sometimes they never find their true beauty, and I believe this struggle never allows them to live their true purpose. Now I can answer the question, what is the true beauty of a woman? My answer is based off my personal and unique beauty. Now I ask you the hard question. Do you know your true beauty as a woman?
Years ago an associate told me,” when I decide to brand my business, my brand needs to tell a story.” At the time I did not fully understand what she meant by “tell a story”. But when I decided to brand Lalise; within a year I started to understand what she meant.