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To Be Beautiful Means What To You?

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To Be Beautiful. One too many of our media headlines focus on beauty. Did you know that only 4% of woman see their own beauty? Why can’t everybody see how they can be beautiful right now, in their very own skin? We all know it takes beauty within for your outer beauty to glow, but how does a woman start to see her very own beauty? We’ve asked our exclusive contributors to share their definition of beauty and a tip or two to help us take the steps to see our own beauty.

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To Be Beautiful.  One too many of our media headlines focus on beauty. Did you know that only 4-percent of women see their own beauty? Why can’t everybody see how they can be beautiful right now, in their very own skin? We all know it takes beauty within for your outer beauty to glow, but how does a woman start to see her very own beauty? We’ve asked our exclusive contributors to share their definition of beauty and a tip or two to help us take the steps to be beautiful on our own.

Feel free to add your tips and advice below in the comments section!


Be Beautiful!

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Identity is a National online magazine that empowers women to Accept. Appreciate. Achieve.™ Through a hand-selected team of writers and expert Q & A columns, our mission is to empower women to get all A’s in the game of life by accepting, appreciating, and achieving. We believe that once you accept a situation or circumstance and show gratitude and appreciation for what you currently have, it is then that you can achieve at a greater level within yourself and your life.

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  • 26 years ago I was admitted to the burn unit at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis as a patient with Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS). I was having a reaction to a medication. SJS is an autoimmune reaction causing your skin to blister to the point that you have 2nd and 3rd degree burn. Unlike many with SJS, I survived, was not blind, and was not left grossly scarred. SJS did leave my eyes very sensitive. As a runner, if sweat drips into my eyes, it burns and makes it hard for me to keep running.

    While training for my first marathon earlier this year, I created Handana. It is a high performance fashionable sweatband worn to wipe sweat. Handanas are now sold in two stores in Austin, available on Amazon, and was featured in Austin Fit Magazine last month.

    Handana does not just serve a function though. It is a symbol to inspire you to cross your finish line no matter where it may be in life and, by doing so empower others along the way. Beauty for me comes from the strength I found surviving my time in the burn unit.

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