I want them to just be who they are. And I want them to be confident. And they already are so confident.
They see that I don't care what other people think about me. My husband always says “I've never met somebody who feels so much like that. You just do what you want. You don't feel like you need to highlight your hair. You don't feel like you need to wear makeup all the time, or dress all perfect.” And I think the beauty comes from when you just look like you kinda, "This is me. I just threw this together. This is who I am. And I'm confident.” And, yeah.
A woman is beautiful when they have confidence, and when they walk into a room and they sparkle. And people want to kind of gravitate towards them. And beauty doesn't matter about how old you are or anything like that.
My concept of beauty, when I was young, actually, because I grew up in a very conformist, suburban town, and everybody was the same. And I always wanted to be different. And I think growing up in that atmosphere made me actually become even more of an individual. And so, I had my own style. I liked being unique. When I was in my twenties, I got a silver streak in my hair. And I'm like, "That's super cool. I'm going to keep that." Right?
Now that I have daughters, I am raising them to feel the same way, too. To embrace their individuality. And if somebody's making fun of them or saying, "We don't like your hair," just, "Who cares?"
My six-year-old is actually a prolific songwriter. And she came up with her own lyrics, "I don't care what you say, I'm going to go my own way." And she actually says that in class to kids if they say something to her!