We love makeup, fashion and skincare as much as the next woman. But we also recognize that inner beauty—the strength and grace we display—never ages.
Here Are 5 Must-Read Articles on All Things Beauty:
True Beauty is Found in a Woman’s Strength
This is the pinnacle of Grit and Grace Life‘s message. We believe that the strength a woman taps into and develops as she navigates every phase, experience, and circumstance of her life reveals the magnitude of her beauty: her tenacity, compassion, and grace when things don’t work out as planned. Darlene Brock, the president and co-founder of Grit and Grace Life, penned this article to offer hope to every woman that craves this strength, and to emphasize the importance of sharing it with others.
5 Colors Every Woman Can Look Great In
Every woman has her color. You know, the one she can flaunt day and night with soaring confidence. If you’re trying to find that hue, or just looking for ones that will suit you no matter your complexion or the lighting, this article shares 5 tried-and-true tones to add to your wardrobe.
10 Classic Beauties Full of Grit, Grace and Inspiration
There is an intangible, dreamy sort of glamour that the faces of Hollywood’s heyday exuded. But this article reveals that we have much more to learn from the likes of Audrey Hepburn and Aretha Franklin, who, among others, have shared their own outlook on true beauty and leaving a legacy.
Simple Skin Care: All-Natural Recipes for Bright Healthy Skin
We’re starting to hear the importance of foods and products made with all-natural ingredients and organic materials that are sustainably sourced. It’s better for the environment and for your health—and your skin deserves the same quality of care! In this article, you’ll learn about oils, clay, honey and several DIY recipes to give your skin tip-top treatment.
Daring to Go Filterless: How Social Media Is Impacting Women and What We Can Do About It
A lot of what we measure to be beautiful is determined by social media: the dewy, contoured, perfectly-made-up face; the pristine home that looks like a page from Better Homes and Gardens; the children that are smiling, cool and collected in every photo. Many of us yearn to be and feel Insta-worthy, but it’s not real life. In this article, you’ll see the beauty of going filterless—of sharing the real, imperfect parts of life, and finding freedom from cultural expectations.
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