Shaving Away The Stereotypes | blogging for Huffington Post UK

This week, I shaved my head for the third time in a year and a half. In my latest blog piece for the Huffington Post UK‘s blog I explain why. A post shared by 🌈THEBODYCONFIDENCEREVOLUTION🌈 (@iamleyahshanks) on Sep 19, 2016

Shaving Away The Stereotypes | blogging for Huffington Post UK

This week, I shaved my head for the third time in a year and a half. In my latest blog piece for the Huffington Post UK‘s blog I explain why. A post shared by 🌈THEBODYCONFIDENCEREVOLUTION🌈 (@iamleyahshanks) on Sep 19, 2016

“While there is life, there is hope.” #TBCR Ambassador Essie blogs about chronic illness

I’m sure anyone with a chronic illness has heard the phrase “you are always ill” spouted at you as though you’re doing it on purpose or perhaps, “you should do something about that,” as though you don’t already. I think

“While there is life, there is hope.” #TBCR Ambassador Essie blogs about chronic illness

I’m sure anyone with a chronic illness has heard the phrase “you are always ill” spouted at you as though you’re doing it on purpose or perhaps, “you should do something about that,” as though you don’t already. I think

#TBCR’s ambassador Kitty explains why she took on the role

When I saw that Leyah was looking for ambassadors to join her Body Confidence Revolution, I knew it was an opportunity I had to seize. The Body Confidence Revolution is a movement which stands for so many things I feel

#TBCR’s ambassador Kitty explains why she took on the role

When I saw that Leyah was looking for ambassadors to join her Body Confidence Revolution, I knew it was an opportunity I had to seize. The Body Confidence Revolution is a movement which stands for so many things I feel

The ‘What Beauty Means to Me’ Project

Beauty. Whether we like it or not,  stereotypes of what is deemed as beautiful will often dominate our minds. Over the last few months, I’ve been working on a project which aims to help break down these stereotypes and highlight

The ‘What Beauty Means to Me’ Project

Beauty. Whether we like it or not,  stereotypes of what is deemed as beautiful will often dominate our minds. Over the last few months, I’ve been working on a project which aims to help break down these stereotypes and highlight

Panache Lingerie Idina, Marcie and Della review

I have not been paid to write this post. Panache sent me the following items for an upcoming photo-shoot. So I thought I would also review them. None of the photos in this post have been Photoshopped or filtered. I’ve been

Panache Lingerie Idina, Marcie and Della review

I have not been paid to write this post. Panache sent me the following items for an upcoming photo-shoot. So I thought I would also review them. None of the photos in this post have been Photoshopped or filtered. I’ve been

Urban Decay NAKED2 Palette and 24/7 Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner review

I have not been paid to write this post. I’ve been making the switch over to cruelty free make-up brands this year. I’m using up the last of what I have (I ain’t about no waste!) and replacing it with

Urban Decay NAKED2 Palette and 24/7 Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner review

I have not been paid to write this post. I’ve been making the switch over to cruelty free make-up brands this year. I’m using up the last of what I have (I ain’t about no waste!) and replacing it with

Why TBCR’s ambassador Essie wanted to get involved

I was so excited when the prospect of being an ambassador came up. It seemed like perfect opportunity to truly reach people. Social media has done something amazing: it has suddenly given us the tools to see the world from

Why TBCR’s ambassador Essie wanted to get involved

I was so excited when the prospect of being an ambassador came up. It seemed like perfect opportunity to truly reach people. Social media has done something amazing: it has suddenly given us the tools to see the world from