The #BeautifulRedheadChallenge: ‘I’m not going to be defined by the color of my skin!’
The #beautifulredheadchallenge has been launched by a group of women who want to show the world how women can become more than just beauty queens.
The idea behind the project is that beauty queens can use their beauty as a platform to promote a positive message.
The #IAmBeautifulChallenge is a hashtag that was started by women on Twitter and has received more than 12,000 followers.
The goal is to inspire women to take their beauty and empowerment to the next level.
One woman from Florida wrote: I am a woman who is constantly being judged, scrutinized, and belittled for my body and my looks.
I know this because I’ve been so scared to be who I am.
My friends are always telling me I’m ugly and I need to lose weight.
I can’t help but wonder if they would have the same reactions if I wore makeup.
#IAMBUILTIAMBeautifulA photo posted by Katie Loughlin (@kateloughlins) on Mar 15, 2018 at 10:04am PDT #IamBeautifulchallenge Katie Lougins mother, Kate Loughlins, told The Guardian the hashtag has sparked an online movement.
She said: I think it’s really inspired a lot of young women to stand up and speak out and say ‘I can be beautiful too’.
#IambutifulKate said: This is a wonderful way for women to make a statement about the power of their bodies, and the power women have to be positive in their own lives.
#BeautyChallenge Katie said she has received many messages from women saying they want to join the #IamboctheChallenge and share their stories.
Kate added: It’s inspiring to see how this hashtag has helped women come forward and tell their stories to the world.
#TheBeautifulCancerChallengeA photo shared by Kate Lougin (@kashlynnlougins) on Feb 25, 2018 by KateLouginKateLougins mom Kate Laugins said the hashtag is a positive reflection of the power that women have.
Kate said: Women have so much power in the world and there are so many ways to use it.
I think that the hashtag really reflects that.
She added: I have been reading this hashtag and it’s inspiring.
The beauty of beauty is so much more than our skin.
It’s so powerful.
We can all be empowered by beauty, and that’s what #IAmbutifulKatherine says.
#ItAintBeautiful#IambuintheChallenges Katie said her daughter, who is 15, has been receiving messages of support from the hashtag.
Katie said: Her friends have been telling her ‘it ain’t the prettiest you ever seen, but that’s okay, you’re beautiful’ and ‘you’re beautiful just the way you are’.
She added that it is a great opportunity to show women that beauty is not about what’s on the inside, but what you do in the face of adversity.
Katie shared some of the messages she has been reading.
She shared this one from a woman she had been following on Twitter.
#itambeautiful #itambuisbeautifulA post shared by Katherine Louginis Mom (@katherinelougin) on Apr 18, 2018 on Apr 17, 2018 #ItsBeautiful A post shared to Instagram by KatherineLougini (@kachleni) on Sep 14, 2018 At the moment the hashtag stands at just over 9,000 tweets, with more than 3,400 replies.
The hashtag has become so popular that Kate Laughlins mom has set up a Facebook page to showcase the beauty of the challenge.
She has written about it on her personal page.
Katie added: The beauty community is amazing, it’s amazing to see the response and how it’s spreading.
Kate has also shared some tips on how to make the #beautychallenge a success.
She wrote: Be bold.
#Itsbeautiful and use it to speak out about the beauty in your life.
Share your own stories.
And be sure to follow @IambotheChallengers to get the latest updates on the #BeautygreenChallenge.