The Inside-Out Makeover
I recently had the pleasure to work with my colleague and friend, Holistic Health Coach Hannah Marcotti. Below, she writes about our unique experience with an “inside-out makeover” – one that addresses internal and external loveliness. Makeup artist Kirsten Brusse joined us on this project, bringing out our subject’s natural beauty, while Hannah’s work focuses on inner healing. I styled the wardrobe.
Read on for Hannah’s account of our experience with the lovely Stephanie.
One of the moments that brings an enormous change to my client’s perception of themselves is when we talk about dressing for how you want to feel. I get the look, didn’t realize she was superficial, though it never throws me off course. This is at the heart of connecting back to ourselves after becoming mothers. The outside reflecting the inside.
I have a colleague, Jill Marinelli, who started her personal styling business as I was starting my Health Coaching Practice. To the outsider it may seem as though our jobs are quite opposite, one focusing on the outside while the other places focus on the inside, and yet our work is in alignment. Jill’s mission as a stylist is to make every woman feel and look great with ease and low maintenance. She teaches them about their body and how to focus on the parts they love, and she gives them that boost of confidence we all deserve.
Stephanie and I had been working together for about 8 months. She was going through challenges and still struggling to love her new body, the one that had birthed two babies, that was a mother, that had grown into a woman. It was time to create another shift inside and create space for the new path her life was going. It was time for an “Inside-Out Makeover” to give her the confidence to own her power, to go on job interviews and to see the sexy woman inside.
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To learn more about Hannah and her Health Coaching practice, visit www.hannahsharvest.com.