Sometimes the process of getting ready in the morning is daunting, not to mention kind of loaded.
There are times I look in the mirror, and what I see looking back at me isn’t really what I want to work with.
My face is puffy with exhaustion, several pimples have surfaced, and my hair appears to have taken bizarre turns overnight that leave me (not joking in the slightest) looking a little like Garth from Wayne’s World.
Funny, yes, but not exactly the stuff dreams are made of.
The prospect of having to get myself looking presentable, let alone feeling good, can often make me feel some seriously stubborn levels of apathetic.
But This Makeup Brand Is Out To Change The Game For Every Woman’s Morning Routine
RealHer is a makeup company with a philosophy dedicated to helping women feel more empowered in the way they relate to beauty products and self-expression.
The company was started by Bill Xiang, who had his daughter in mind when he built the brand.
By incorporating mantras like “I define beauty for myself” and “Be your own kind of beauty,” Xiang strived to help women feel unashamed of who they truly are.
He wanted them to focus more on how they feel during the process of their everyday morning routine, as opposed to how they are “supposed” to look.
In terms of their products, RealHer produces natural and cruelty-free cosmetics, and they even donate part of their proceeds to the American Association of University Women, an incredible female-focused charity.
Each RealHer Product Comes With A Positive Affirmation
They also have a wider range of available skin tones (and models to represent them), rather than just the too-often norm of thin, white women.
There’s certainly something to be said for personalizing an approach to makeup routines in a way that doesn’t necessarily focus on how to change the way a woman looks, but rather how to enhance her natural beauty.
Advertising and branding, after all, often uses the power of suggestion to encourage you to strive for an unachievable, celebrity-inspired look, rather than a version of the real you.