We believe women should display with confidence their inner beauty
Confidence is a skill that it's built over the years since childhood, and despite the experiences of the past it can be improved by taking small steps about body acceptance, talking about insecurities, building a positive thinking, or making changes in physical aspect.
When I was younger, I didn't wear makeup, thinking it was superficial and that inner beauty was more important than looks. I had to admit that I was wrong, I discover this in a makeup class that made me feel happy and confident about my looks. That day I understood that the key point in personal image is to find the proper balance between interior and exterior beauty, no one is more important than the other.
From that moment, I started to wear makeup, finding clothes that expressed my personality, had a skin care routine, and other things to improve my self-image. Despite the efforts almost nobody compliments me, that make me sad, because I thought I was doing it wrong.
The beauty game
This experience made me recognize that I wasn’t the only one with the idea that taking care of your image make you a “superficial person”, many women share the same idea. Their answer is rejection to other women that suddenly make improvements in their self-image. On the other hand, women that think they have the perfect looks tend to diminish and disapprove the looks of other women too. Making self-image an unwinnable game, because its lack of balance between internal and external beauty.
Finding a way
I was desperate to find a way to change how women appreciate beauty and help them to develop a balanced and conscious self-image, regardless any physical traits. Then, I started to do makeup, skin care classes, eye brow design, and sponsor fashion runways, and Eureka! One day on Christmas time I had my nails done by my auntie, and I reconnect with that powerful feeling of confidence, after New Years my auntie training me for one intensive week, and that’s how the Mirific Nails story began
Almost 11 years had passed, and I had assisted hundreds of women not only to have their nails done, but to show up to the world with a balanced and confident self-image.