A Conversation With Marie Young, Founder of GoodLooknOut

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Constance Dunn: I enjoy your site, GoodLooknOut, because it’s filled with a lot of smart content on the 360 of looking and feeling fine. You put out information that a woman can read and immediately put to good – and glamorous – use.

I think, these days, when people say they are “keeping it real” or “just being honest” they use it as a crutch or justification to be crude, coarse or just mean. The increasing number of women and girls who do things like post porno-like snaps of themselves online, or attack other women, is a sign that not all is well with the sisterhood.

Q. What advice do you have for young ladies who want to be themselves, and don’t want to swim with the status quo that increasingly equates personal authenticity with being undignified?

Marie Young: My advice would be to get to really know yourself as thoroughly as possible.

I equate doing so to the intense personal relationship you would share with your supreme higher being. You get into that deeply quiet space where you can be intimate and connect with this higher power to build on the personal relationship you share with this higher being. Well, you have to do the exact same thing with yourself. Be intimate with your self, connect and learn who you really are and what image you want to portray to the world.

Q. Okay, some practical glamour questions. You’ve been sporting natural hair for over one year. What is your top natural hair tip?

Marie Young: My top natural hair tip would be treat your hair as good as you want it to look. This means getting your trims, proper moisture and choosing wisely what products you put in your hair.

Q. And a dressing tip for glamorous and curvy ladies everywhere?

Marie Young: Get to know your body and learn what works best for your shape. If you have a big ‘booty’, own it, yet style appropriately. Meaning not too tight and try to create balance by taking away from your gluteus asset.

I steer clear of buying any jeans with embellishments and every now and then I throw on some heels to accentuate my curves!


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5 Responses to “A Conversation With Marie Young, Founder of GoodLooknOut”

  1. Thank you for the feature!!!! I love the message your delivering helping women accentuating their BEST self!!!!

    May 6, 2013 @ 5:17 am
  2. Love the tip on dressing your body and hair!!! Great Post!

    May 6, 2013 @ 12:12 pm
  3. Nikki

    Love your Hat and makeup…Super Cute! And Enjoyed Reading! I Love to be myself and am comfortable with my body. I think it’s great that you give good advice on that.

    May 7, 2013 @ 3:28 am
  4. Thank you Tiffany and Nikki!

    May 14, 2013 @ 6:19 pm
  5. Great feature!! I love that you’re promoting positivity among women. With this celeb crazed culture, it’s like some young ladies and women will completely debase themselves to get the “celeb” like attention.

    May 14, 2013 @ 6:37 pm

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