Felicity Hayward (who we met a little earlier) has a motto: Self-love brings beauty.
And while Felicity is all about self-love, she also feels female empowerment and supporting each other is also of utmost importance.
“We go through so much as a woman,” Felicity said. “Through our bodies, through our mental health, we are such amazing creatures. When we can work together and support each other, it’s such an amazing thing.”
This badass babe of Missguided is Jade Laurice, a designer, artist, and model. She hand-paints and illustrates on clothes and accessories. Jade is all about lifting other women up because “women are really strong.” And yeah, she’s definitely right!
Her full name is Netsai Tinaresse Dandajena, but you can call her Tinar. She’s a model, actress, and body positive activist whose goal is to “teach young girls to love every part of themselves.” She defines female empowerment as “being able to look at another queen and see all the positive attributes they have.”
Ally is an artist who was born in New Zealand, raised in Australia, and lives in London. She’s only recently graduated, but she’s already making a splash in the art world. Her work “explores her ethnicity and people she holds close to her and their cultures.”
This smiling beauty is Emily Bador, a model and body positive activist. She has 134,000 followers on Instagram and uses her platform to spread messages of self-love and talk about the importance of mental health. She reminds us that female empowerment is “about supporting all women, whether they’re cisgendered, trans, whatever race, class, body type, and sexuality.”
We’re not done yet!