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Women We Love: Hari Beavis.
Body confidence is a real buzz term at the moment, especially amongst women. Accepting every part of yourself is not always easy, but it's certainly something we want to encourage as a brand - and so does Hari Beavis. As a TikTok and Instagram creator, Hari set up @thebigtittiecomittee as a safe space for women to talk about their bodies and spread positivity and empowerment.
We are obsessed with her body confidence mantra, and we think she is a real beacon of light in an often dark social media sphere. We chatted to Hari as part of our Women We Love series, discussing with her how she interprets being 'unapologetically yourself'.
Hey honey! In light of International Women’s Day, we’re here to celebrate all things women. We believe that being unapologetically yourself is a fundamental part of being a woman - what parts of yourself do you LOVE?
I love that I am a big sister which means that I am caring and approachable so they all come to me for advice, which comes hand in hand with having a big smile - I like to think people find me a bubbly and happy person to be around!
Self acceptance is not always an easy thing to achieve. How do you overcome imposter syndrome when it comes to believing in yourself?
Something I love to do when I feel I've lost faith is remind myself of the people around me and who actually loves me - they love me for me and will be there whether my great ideas go well or fall on their face! Knowing that my family and friends will accept me no matter what and I will be there for them makes me think, well why wouldn't I accept myself and believe in myself when I would for everyone else close around me?!
If you don’t mind sharing, what personal obstacle have you had to overcome along your journey of self acceptance?
Body positivity wise, realising that stretch marks, imperfections, cellulite all things that as a young girl growing up I was told you shouldn't have, are completely normal and are things to be embraced it shows your body is changing and growing and every woman has them - they're nothing to feel insecure about! Within myself, knowing that I am good enough, I used to have a lot of self doubt and compare myself to others a lot but knowing that if I work hard and am true to myself, that's the happiest I will be, is something I have learnt to do more!
Surrounding yourself with positive figures is key to believing in yourself - which incredible women inspire you everyday and why?
Every day the main woman that inspires me is my mum, she has brought my sister and I up on her own, run her own business, which always had its challenges, all while putting her daughters first and ensuring our mental health and happiness comes first.
What is your top piece of advice for other women on how to be unapologetically themselves?
My top piece of advice is definitely that there is no one else quite like you. There is a reason you were put on this earth and you won't find what that purpose is if you keep pretending to be someone else.
You can follow Hari over at @havibeavis and @thebigtittiecommittee 💗