The Make-Up Artist With Bones Like Glass | SHAKE MY BEAUTY

The Make-Up Artist With Bones Like Glass | SHAKE MY BEAUTY


Cary: I know, that my story will change
other people’s perspective. Cary: Other people’s hearts. Cary: I’m not afraid to show myself to the world, anymore. Cary: I know I’m worth it. Cary: I was diagnosed with Osteogenesis
Imperfecta, three days before I was born. Cary: It’s called rare bone disease because our bones are made of glass. Cary: My last, makeup is one of my favorites. Cary: It is inspired by Ursula, The Little Mermaid witch. Cary: I started my makeup career. Cary: Because, I watch a lot of YouTube. Cary: I started to practice on me, and
I realised how good I am on it. Cary: And I start practicing on my sister,
my mom, my friends. Cary: Showing that someone, in a
wheelchair, can still be pretty. Cary: And can still have talents
and be awesome. It’s hard. Cary: It’s hard to prove that. Cary: And I want to open the door to other
women with different conditions. Cary: I still receive negative comments. Cary: Just because my appearance. Cary: When they see me and they say, “Oh, that girl is ugly or that girl is that.” Cary: That I look like a clown. Cary: That I have a big head. Cary: I have to prove them wrong every time. Cary: For today, I have a client. Cary: I’m going to make her, a bronze look. Cary: And then, after that, I want to walk on the beach. Cary: I love the beach. Cary: That’s why I choose mermaid to be my logo. Cary: Because I feel like
a mermaid outside of the water. Cary: Because, it is the beautiful
representation of a woman in a wheelchair. Cary: Because you can still be pretty without having your legs. Cary’s Sister: I remember the first day I met her in my grandma’s house. Cary’s Sister: And, I only see a little baby. Cary’s Sister: She was my sister and
I really feel that she was normal. Cary’s Sister: When I was five years old,
I understand completely her disability. Cary’s Sister: It was tough that I
couldn’t play with her like a normal child. Cary’s Sister: But, it is part of her. Cary’s Cousin: I’ve never seen her as any
different, we played all day. Cary’s Cousin: And when I came after
school, I was there all afternoons. Cary’s Cousin: She’s more like a sister to me. Cary: My biggest challenge is being independent. Cary: I want to go somewhere or do something
and I always have to have someone by my side. Cary: And that’s hard. Cary: I’ve been doing makeup three years, now. Cary: The adaptations I made working with my clients is the way I see them, the way I put things in front of me. Cary: So I can grab it easier. Cary: I’m trying to change others
people’s perceptions about us. Cary’s Cousin: What I admire the most
about Cary is her perseverance. Cary’s Cousin: And, you know her outlook to life. Cary’s Cousin: She doesn’t think that her disability is
something that, stops her from doing things. Cary’s Cousin: She has achieved a lot of things that
people without disabilities might not be able to do. Cary’s Cousin: She’s a story of
perseverance and success, you know. Cary’s Sister: She is like Wonder Woman to me because she makes every goal that she puts in her life. Cary’s Sister: And still going for more. Cary: I think people with disabilities
need to be represented in more ways. Cary: In a fashion way. Cary: And that’s why I’m here. Cary: Because I want to be a representation of that. Cary: I’m not afraid to show myself to the
world anymore, because I know I’m worth it. Cary: And I know that my story will
change other people’s perspective. Cary: Other people’s hearts. Cary: If you love yourself, everything is possible. Cary: Because you will not be afraid to do your own thing. Cary: And, you will not care about what other people think.

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