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  1. Carl Carlmark
    June 25, 2018 / 6:00 pm

    Someone once said beauty is a gift from God but it’s not beauty seen by the eye but from the expression of the heart. Thus, beauty is not seen but choice to feel in the heart.

    • mishakanani
      June 25, 2018 / 10:22 pm


  2. Carl Carlmark
    June 25, 2018 / 6:06 pm

    Thus saying Misha no matter you always beautiful 😉

    • mishakanani
      June 25, 2018 / 10:22 pm

      Thank you so much Carl!

  3. Robert James North Carolina
    June 25, 2018 / 6:20 pm

    Do you for you. I like that. My wife does her for me. To me she is beautiful no matter what. I know her. Her beauty without make up or with leaves me breathless. She always wants to look better. But she’s close enough to perfect for me. Sorry for the rant. Stay Awesome. Love you Uncle Rob.

    • mishakanani
      June 25, 2018 / 10:24 pm

      HAHA! That is so cuuute!! Feel free to rant and rave about Aunty Belinda on here all the time! I love hearing that kind of stuff! Lol! But thanks Uncle Rob! YOU stay awesome, too! Love you guys!

  4. June 26, 2018 / 5:48 am

    This is so beautiful and such a powerful post

    • mishakanani
      July 1, 2018 / 3:10 pm

      Thank you so so much, Hannah!

  5. Frieda
    June 26, 2018 / 6:07 pm

    And the strength of a woman comes from God, and when she is secure in Christ she blooms into a unique beautiful flower that the creator formed. Through this beauty she is able to see with a joyful heart who she really is, and now can spread her angle wings and fly. When she takes flight the whisper of her wings blesses others as she soars through the beautiful skies, and her wings cascade through everyone’s heart and blesses them and gives them hope.
    Aunty noticed a lot g time ago that you were searching for yourself, your identity. I saw the thicker makeup, the false eyelash stage, and the highlights 🙂 I wanted to tell you how beautiful you are without all that but God showed me how He was going to show you and that He had a message for you.
    God spoke to you my beautiful angel, and he is going to use this time to speak to other woman.
    I am so proud of you because you listened and you obtained strength and busted out of your insecurities and now your testimony will bless many. I cried while reading this because we all have insecurities in the past and present, age does not matter.
    God is so gracious to show us, and pull the real person He has created out of the dark and into His glorious light.
    Now we can spread our wings and soar, feel the wind brush upon our wings, and on the way bring others with us and elevate them with us in love. Fly you because that’s what God created you to be:)
    Love you to infinity and beyond 💞😘
    Aunty Frieda xoxo

  6. LilTurtle
    June 29, 2018 / 11:12 am

    This was such a good idea, Misha!! 🙂 I can totally relate to feeling the pressure of being or doing things a certain way because I felt like I was “supposed to” (but based on the opinions of those around me). Whether it’s the topic of makeup or anything else, it is so relevant nowadays, especially in our generation.
    Growing up, I’ve actually never really been one to experiment with makeup, but I’ve had some insecurities of my own from that. One positive aspect of not doing makeup was how great I’d feel when I would get compliments on how nice the bare skin of my face was in middle school, or when some of my friends in high school used to mistake my God-given full eyelashes as mascara and eyeliner (A blessing I thank God for, cause that is all Him! Probably cause He knew I’d likely poke my eye out if I actually tried eyeliner… Hehe :D).
    However, I’ve also had the more negative comments from others about my looks as well. I can remember all throughout high school, people used to say that I still looked like I was a 12-year-old (which I know isn’t necessarily a bad thing – when I’m older, I’m sure I’ll enjoy people thinking I look younger again – but it gets really annoying ever since I’ve become an legal adult and people still mistake me for a kid or something). I used to think it was partly because I never wore makeup, which left my acne and pimples visible (Cue the assumptions that I must’ve Just hit puberty, Lol). And I guess other contributing factors were probably also my short height and more petite body proportions – cause girls can also be insecure about those certain parts of the body that they’ve been waiting to fill out some, y’know? 🙂
    But yeah, I think it’s easier to see now that I’m older and can realize that I don’t want my life to be dictated by the opinions of other people around me (both the clearly stated opinions and the ones I just perceive from them). And though I can appreciate myself the way God has made me, someday I think I would like to play around with makeup just for fun (Hehe, though I’d probably have no idea where to start). Thank you for this brave post, girl! <3 ~L

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