We started the #NEVERTOOPRETTY movement on our Instagram page and it has taken off! Our female community is encouraged to share what they are Never Too Pretty to do or be.
Each person will get a piece of cardboard and write on it what they are Never Too Pretty to do or be. They then post a photo of them holding the sign in black and white, post it on their social media and share their story in the post.
NOW, Too Pretty is allowing a member of our female community to create artwork for a quarterly #nevertoopretty line.
The very first line is Never Too Pretty to be KIND. Check out some of these amazing posts below and keep an eye out each season for a new #nevertoopretty line.
TO BE KIND
Sophia says, “You never know what kind of day someone is having and you might just turn it around by being kind. There is so much hate in this world, time to turn it around by being kind.”
Competitive Golfer who got a Hole in One
Isabella says, “I have been underestimated for playing Golf, some people say it’s a sport for old men. I don’t know why.”
TO DREAM, BELIEVE & ACHIEVE
Olympic Gold Medalist in swimming
Debbie Meyer says, “I was successful in swimming because of desire, determination and dedication. I used those 3 qualities to buy and run the Debbie Meyer Swim School.”
Former Professional Basketball Player/PE teacher/Girls Basketball Coach
Amanda says, “Empowering my students, especially young girls, has been such a driving force behind my desire to work with children. The idea that some girls do not have anyone reminding them how intelligent, powerful and beautiful they are is completely insane to me.”
TO BE THE BOSS OF YOUR OWN CAREER
Teen Sensation band comprised of 6 sisters
TO BE STRONG
Former Professional Ice Skater/ Ice Skating coach
Jen says, “My mom is my role model. When I was 14 she was diagnosed with breast cancer and dies 3 years later. Yet, throughout the treatment process, she never missed attending a competition with me or a practice session when I was at home. “
TO THROW A PUNCH
Mikaela says, “Never let others put barriers on your life or suppress your dreams. Forget about the stigmas and the stereotypes and let your heart lead the way.”
NTP Athlete- Collegiate Soccer
Kylie says, "I am a 20 year old cancer survivor and collegiate soccer player. I won back to back state championships during my youth club career. I made my semi-professional debut at 16 representing the city of Houston. I am currently making a comeback from the lengthy aftershocks my body has withstood from cancer treatment in order to take the next step in my soccer career. ”