Thanks to makeup, this beauty blogger sensitizes to mental illnesses
Yasaman Gheidi, a beauty blogger, launched her own challenge. The #InsideOutChallenge aimed at highlighting mental illnesses.
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Trendy, make-up challenges have never been more ambitious. Just a week ago, the beautiful beauty blogger Yasaman Gheidi decided to create her own. It is then through the hashtag #InsideOutChallenge that the Canadian proposes to raise awareness of mental illnesses. Herself sick, the beautiful woman aged 27 shared through her channel Youtube a poignant video of her unveiling with an unusual beauty setting. The young woman has actually made up half a face as she would have been used to. The second part is covered with blue, while his eyes are drowned in black tears. “I had no idea what I wanted to do as a make-up for the” inner “part of me, so I realized what I was feeling,” she said in a legend of a post Instagram.
“One side of oneself that few people see”
“This project aims to change the way we approach mental illness and overcome the stigma associated with it,” the youtubeuse told The Mighty. “For many people, it is not easy to share a side of self that very few people see.”
“To be honest, I was really nervous when I made this video, but everyone was so incredible,” said Yasaman Gheidi in an interview with Mic. “I have received some of the most comforting messages from people all over the world, many women have taken up the challenge and not only created a look but also shared personal struggles,” she continued. “I am more than grateful for all the support I have received. I appreciate – as well as many people also living with a mental illness – the awareness that this brings to a problem too often forgotten.
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