What I Learned From Marilyn Monroe About Beauty and Confidence

She wore a potato sack to prove her authentic beauty

Photo of Marilyn Monroe by Daniel Djang from Discover Los Angelos

Most women have grown accustomed to being termed “Pretty only with makeup”. I have met people who predict and judge by the kind of style a woman pursues — because of these vague statements, many women have failed to appreciate themselves by having a lack of confidence in…

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Winifred J. Akpobi

Winifred J. Akpobi

Young, graceful womanist. You should read my stuff while you’re here <3 💌 Email: winifredakpobi@gmail.com

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