Hey, welcome to my first blog post!
My name is Pamela and I’m the founder of Unveiling Pearls. Why the name Unveiling Pearls?
Well to unveil means to remove a covering and pearls are beautiful lustrous objects that are found in an oyster. The birth of a pearl is miraculous in that it is formed when an irritant enters an oyster shell and as a defense mechanism, a fluid is used to coat the irritant, which is called nacre. The oyster produces layer upon layer of nacre and a beautiful lustrous pearl is formed.
A woman’s heart is as precious as a pearl and is of great value and worth. Unveiling Pearls works with young women to help them see and unveil their inner beauty.
The world today has a heavy emphasis on how we look on the outside and inner beauty is understated. Inner beauty refers to the personality of a person, including their mind and character. How you carry yourself says a lot about what you think about yourself.
I have mentored young women and have seen how much potential they carry, but their prospects can be stopped or stifled when they are affected by mental illness, emotional problems and life circumstances.
I have a passion for working with young women to help them embrace their uniqueness, see their inner beauty and boost their self esteem.
My background is also in makeup as a makeup artist. I’ve worked on fashion shows and weddings... So why not merge the two together? So that’s what I do, I hold workshops for young women on self esteem and inner beauty.
I am holding a workshop on Saturday 27th July in Central London called ‘What's makeup got to do with it? - A workshop on self-esteem and inner beauty.’
It’s is an interactive and creative two-hour workshop exploring the way young women perceive themselves. We discuss inner beauty, self-confidence, self-esteem, identity and the effects of makeup in the way we relate in society.