Elevate Your Image

Why I blog about image, style and beauty

I try to do about 50/50 of my posts focused on purposeful living and utilizing your God-given gifts vs., well…looking pretty. You might be wondering

why I blog about image, style and beauty.

Can’t I just stick to personal development, home organization, faith and family??

No. No, I can’t. 

REASON ONE

One of my deepest-held beliefs is that many women are held back from pursuing their best life because they lack confidence.

And for many women, their confidence is wrapped up in their looks.

I have seen confident women in every shape, size, color and personality imaginable, so this is NOT a size issue.

I am not saying you have to be a certain weight or embrace a certain style to be worthy.

I’m saying that my passion is helping the women who say, “If I knew how to put my best face forward every day, I would finally go do that THING I’ve been meaning to do.”

Sometimes some lipstick and a new dress really are all that’s standing in the way between a woman and her purpose.

Happy girls are the prettiest girls. tabithadumas.com

Makeup and fashion can seem frivolous until you see the woman who undergoes a makeover and suddenly lights up and embraces her true identity.

Your size and your style don’t matter, it’s being happy because you embrace YOUR version of beautiful.

Every woman has her own version of pretty and of what makes her feel good. I never try to force a woman into a particular style. If you feel your most pretty wearing a long, linen dress, some tinted moisturizer, a little lip balm and a simple gold necklace–more power to ya! I’ll help you OWN that look. If you’d like to try red lipstick, start accessorizing or learn how to put together outfits, I can help with that, too. 

As a young girl, I dreamed of being the cute mama and wife with my polka dot shoes and ruffled purse, toting the kids around to karate and church, having tea with my friends, shopping with my mom and doing some writing on the side. That pretty much sums up my life at this point but I didn’t get here by accident and it took me a little while to embrace the way that God made me. I love pretty things and I enjoy feeling beautiful and girlie! Which brings me to…

REASON TWO

We are hard-wired to seek and appreciate beauty.

All it takes is to look around at the sky, ocean, mountains, trees, bugs…and the faces of our fellow humans with all their variations and quirks. That’s why I call myself a beauty seeker and why I planted roses outside my office window. It’s also why I love to treasure hunt–you never know what beautiful items you might find.

REASON THREE

Lastly, I was a Mary Kay consultant for over five years and an Advanced Color Consultant. I’ve worn makeup since I was 13 and I’ve helped dozens of women create everyday makeup looks over the years with colors that match their coloring and personality.

I am a teacher by nature and I love to share what I’ve learned and what works for me so I will do that here.

I know that having an easy go-to makeup look can get your day off to a great start. If I can help you enter your day more confidently, I’m there.

That’s why I blog about image, style and beauty.

So YOU can go out and pursue your best life with confidence.

Read more at Work With Me. If you need help with your wardrobe, check out my Love Your Wardrobe! ebook.

Lipstick and a new dress...woman and her purpose. -tabithadumas.com

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About Tabitha Dumas

Seeing women showing UP to their life authentically and confidently--THAT is what excites me. I am a strategist, bringer of the fun, trail blazer and agent of encouragement offering creative and effective strategies to help women elevate their image and expand their influence. I'm also a magazine junkie, dedicated wife, fun-loving mama, bargain shopper and story teller trying to use my powers for good in this crazy world. I love my life!
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