Dear “Butter-Face” “Frizzy Lizzy” - this one’s for you:
I know it’s hard living in a world where there are paradigms of what beauty is and looks like. Straight, sleek beautiful hair is all you ever wanted. It’s really the only time anyone complimented your “beauty” - after hours of blow-drying and straightening away those curls. THEN, you’d be beautiful. You’d been conditioned to believe that false reality.
Over time as your self-love grew, you stopped seeking validation from the world and created your own reality. One that shines from the inside out. You relentlessly worked on your heart, your confidence, your mind, spirit and soul. You let the bullying and negative self-talk fade out and amplified the love instead.
As you approach your 27th birthday, this haircut was a gift and commitment to be unapologetically you. It wasn’t just a haircut, it was an emotional detachment of the previous set of beliefs you held for so long. You let them fall to the floor with the rest of your hair (and tears). I’m so damn proud of you.
You’re finally the woman you wanted to evolve into. Your beauty isn’t defined by society’s standards. You’re God’s art, 1 of 1, so it’s silly to think you’d tried to fit in for so long. Continue to let your outer beauty be an extension of your inner love and light... now & forever.
I love you so so so much, 💕