Iv been sooo excited for this!! Everyone meet @saraahmcmanus
😍 I’ve been following Sarah for a while now and the reason I asked her could I post her story is because; she has truly inspired me and now I’m sure she will inspire you too!!! Here’s why Sarah has motivated and inspired me; Originallly, what made me click onto Sarah’s page was her gorgeous makeup, her beautiful skin and her glowing features. Iv always been a lover of makeup. When I see people putting themselves out there who I haven’t seen before, in the back of my mind I credit them for not being afraid to take the leap and put themselves out there in the makeup industry. However, when I clicked onto Sarah’s profile, not only did I realize she was amazing at makeup.....I seen that Sarah had so much more inspiration to give. Sarah uses her profile as a personal blog. Within her blog Sarah openly supports and speaks about Alopecia and raising awareness around this. When I seen this I instantly fell in love with her and her page. Not because of her Alopecia, but the fact that she embraces her amazing features in order to help others. Sarah has inspired me massively because of her confidence, her determination, her influential & infectious attitude and her decision to not let anything hold her back from persuing what makes her happy. Sarah explains her journey through life and the effects Alopecia is having on her. However; when I see what Sarah posts, I don’t see ANY flaws. I see an absolutely AMAZING and courageous girl, who may not even realize the effect she has had on my life and I’m sure a lot of other people’s. Sarah I can’t thank you enough for your bravery and sharing your stories on your platform. I think it’s SO important to champion people like you. Sarah your someone who is trying to raise awareness for the help and aid of others. For me; you help people by openly posting personal things that you may feel is a flaw and in turn it’s allowing others to accept what they think could be their’s. You teach people to not hide behind their flaws, not refrain from accepting their flaws, but to be courageous and proud of them. Sarah your Truly Inspirational.