Let’s explore some tips for self-confidence and pride from Winnie Harlow posted on 30 September 2019 on her social media accounts.
She is a fashion model in Canada with piebald skin who has held herself and embellished honorable support for the people with the skin state. Vitiligo is a state of skin in which the loss of color in patches starts to appear.
She is a splendid model and speaker for her vitiligo. In 2014 she was famous for being a participant in America’s Next Top Model show.
Also, she was in some of the high-paying modeling campaigns for very well-known brands.
Winnie told about her early life stages that as a child she grew up in Toronto and she used to pay a visit to her grandmother in Jamaica Biannual. She said that her grandmother was the reason for her self-confidence and her career success. She actually motivates my dignity and she is a powerful lady to me. My grandmother is a confident woman herself with a lot of love for prints of leopard. This is the reason that I love them too. Winnie says that modeling could play the biggest role in self-confidence
Winnie mentions that the feeling of believing in yourself starts when you stand up on your bad days do not fall behind and keep reminding yourself that yes you can do it and you are a crook. She joined PUMA to deliver the best advice for self-love and features how her ancestry affect her career. Enough strong and thoughtful women my grandmother brought me up. The show Cali Dream premiered on 4th November as a part of the PUMA She Moves Us program that brings up the celebration for those women who support themselves in any way.
When she was 18 she started modeling rides and flourishing the runway shows and high-paying fashion drives until now. She further said that her journey was not without the hurdles and hassles and she was here after so many challenges in her life and career. She was the first woman who started to go on this path on her own and sacrifice her whole life in this journey of love. This cannot be done without hurdles and sacrifices in life. In the start, I was an outcast and it was so painful for me, Winnie mentioned.
Winnie said that if you are having any medical state or illness it does not mean that you are tolerating it. But that thing can make you different from others in a positive way.
She also said that every human has rights of their own and they should be treated with equality and love.
No matter how your body looks you should love yourself in any way and build confidence with it.
You should start to focus on your strengths and be happy with yourself.
Regardless of how bad your skin appears you should know your value and be confident in what you have.