Have you seen this movie?! 💕 If not definitely don’t wait any longer it’s one you should watch for sure!
Yesterday I was traveling from Detroit ✈️Salt Lake City, Utah and was excited I could watch a few movies on the flight and relax!! This was the first one I enjoyed, “I feel Pretty”. If you haven’t seen it before I’ll give you a short break down:
plays a woman named Rene who works for a beauty company called “Lilly Leclair.” She works in a dingy basement office in the marketing department away from all the glitz, glamour and faces of the company. She’s an incredibly insecure woman who wishes everyday she could be pretty like the other girls and obsesses over her apperance. Then one day during a Soul Cycle class she falls off her bike, hits her head and 💥 her world changes. When she comes to, she feels like a completely different person and now believes she’s the most beautiful woman in the world. What does this translate too?! Total badass confidence !!! 🙌🏼 With her new found “appearance” (only in her mind does she see a change, when in reality she looks exactly the same) she has the confidence to apply for a job in the front office of LL something she was terrified to do before, asks a man out, is comfortable in her naked body and SO much more. However her new found “beauty” gets to her head and she becomes someone that she was intimidated by before when she was “ugly”. Eventually the “spell” wears off and she’s back to her unconfident self because she believes she’s no longer beautiful.
Long story short Rene realizes that everything that happened to her when she thought she looked completely different and beautiful was happening because she was undoubtedly, 100% confident in her own badass beautiful self and she didn’t actually change her outward appearance one bit. It was all about the way she presented herself.
Self confidence, plays a huge part in our daily lives. It dictates the things we do, the risks we take, the opportunities we allow ourselves to have. When we are scared the world will see as as less then because of our appearance we hinder the magic we have in ourselves for who we are to make a difference.