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Inspire

WE GIVE YOUNG WOMEN THE TOOLS TO EMBRACE THEIR UNIQUENESS BY CHALLENGING THE WAY THEY PERCEIVE THEMSELVES AND TO SUPPORT THEM TO LIVE A LIFE OF PURPOSE.

What we do

We host interactive and creative workshops for young women to challenge the way they perceive themselves. Forget about your traditional methods, we want you to be able to get stuck into something that you can relate with, which is why we use the application of make-up as a vehicle to get you to think and talk about your inner beauty, confidence, self-esteem and values. Are you ready to discover yourself on another level?

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1 IN 4 YOUNG WOMEN HAVE A MENTAL ILLNESS

According to a report from NHS Digital, 2018, nearly 1 in 4 young women have a mental illness.

16-18 YEAR OLDS HAVE A NEGATIVE BODY IMAGE

A growing number of girls and young women say they are unhappy with the way they look and more 16-to 18-year-olds feel less positive about life. A report by the charity Girlguiding has suggested.

THE MAKE-UP AGE FOR GIRLS IS AGED 11

According to a survey by Escentual, the national average age for girls starting to use make-up is now 11 years of age.

It’s such an interesting and fun concept, and Pamela gave us (the attendees) freedom to discuss topics such as self-esteem, fear, make-up tips etc.

- Vanessa

"The Unveiling Pearls event was an inciteful afternoon. Pamela took us on a tour of how the process of applying make-up is so closely linked to our behaviour and our outlook on every day life.".. I learnt so much both about make-up and how it relates to having positive feelings towards our self worth and self esteem.”

- Victoria

I enjoyed the connection between applying make-up and how to maintain a positive outlook on life

- Biranavi

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