We're officially crowning 2017 as the year when we accepted our imperfections and celebrated our personalities, bodies and self-confidence. Here are seven badass, self-assured women showing that the definition of beauty is self-love:More
For years, Dana had suffered from binge-eating, confidence issues and yo-yo-dieting that lead to bouts of depression and anxiety. After finding yoga, she was finally able to see that you don't need to be a certain size to love and embrace yoga.
On her blog, Falsetti writes: 'Your physical body isn't a deciding factor in whether or not yoga is for you. Your body changes.'
With over 240,000 Instagram followers, this yogi continues to show her followers how the importance of not hiding behind your body or flaws but to celebrate every day and every part of your amazing body.
After developing adult acne in 2015, makeup artists Em Ford began sharing images of herself both with and without makeup on social media, opening up about the harsh criticism she's received on her YouTube Channel and social media accounts about her appearance. As a result of her honesty and assuring words to fellow acne sufferers, Ford has since worked with brands such as Kylie Jenner and L'Oreal and continues to inspire her one million Instagram followers.
Winnie Harlow (born Chantelle Brown-Young; July 27, 1994) is a Canadian fashion model, spokesperson and activist. Since winning the 21st cycle of America's Next Top Model, the Canadian-born model has gone on to speak openly about her skin condition vitiligo and has become an activist and TED speaker on diversity.