The Most Common Question

The Covid-19 stay-at-home-order has put us all in casual dress mode.

I can’t remember the last time I dressed up–even our Easter photo opt. proved to be casual (at least from the waist down!).  My daughter didn’t even have dress shoes since she left college during her spring break, unprepared to come home for the year.

Even though I’m a Dramatic who loves fashion and makeup, my Natural side loves being stuck at home.  I don’t miss my heels at all!

How about you?

I’ve been rather amazed, however, at how much traffic one particular blog is still getting. Since I wrote it in 2012, it has always been my most popular post, but I am surprised that it is even more popular right now during a time when we are all so socially inactive.

Apparently, social distancing does not stop the Beauty Battle within.

Most women HATE, HIDE or get HUNG UP on their appearance, no matter who they are around or six feet apart from! Perhaps the extra time to think and surf social media is bringing up some self-confidence and Image Issues.

This is why I readdressed Proverbs 31:30 last week and the reason I will go into it further next week. It is also why I am reposting the old blog here today.

I’d love to hear your thoughts on the most common question, “If I want to be beautiful, am I vain?

Favor is Deceitful and Beauty is Vain

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As an author and speaker, my passion is to help women and children overcome confidence conflicts, especially those involving rejection, betrayal and loss. After 30 years in the beauty industry as both a cosmetologist and an image consultant, I love to use my profession, along with my experiences and training as a Biblical life-coach to help others struggling. If you want to make difference, too, would you share this blog? I’d love to connect with you on Facebook, Twitter,  Pinterest, Linked In, Goodreads  

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