With so many amazing new Motives Palette’s this spring we thought it would be best to break each of them down into their own dedicated blog post where you could learn more about the story behind each Palette. Read on to hear what it means to be a boss babe.
Focused and Fabulous. Be ready for the hustle. This palette is packed with shimmer and matte shades with
- Features ten eyeshadows to create various looks, subtle or bold
- High color payoff and creamy texture applies smoothly
- Perfectly sized for glamorous looks on-the-go
- Eye shadows can be worn wet or dry
What Does It Mean To Be A Boss Babe?
Lisa Martin: To me, it means… living life on my own terms. Not having to sacrifice being a mom to be a businesswoman. We can do it all, have it all, and be it all. Freedom from a boss who dictates your worth and your time. Freedom to be where I want with who I want. And the ability to empower others along the way to live out their best life by simply adapting to a lifestyle of the modern day entrepreneur.
Ash Mac: Being a boss babe means you don’t need to ask permission to just be YOU! It’s about inspiring others to live their best life by living yours, authentic and unapologetic.
Kathy Ann Marie: Being a Boss Babe means doing something not just for me, but for others while I am enjoying what I love doing. I am able to be creative and outgoing in my business along with no longer exchanging time for money. When you love what you do it doesn’t feel like work. When you have a passion for something along with loving what you do you are able to give back more than you know because as a boss babe you have the time freedom and flexibility that is yours.
Terry White: Being a Boss Babe is about knowing There is always a way and it will find me or I will FIND IT…Believing in the Gifting we have and empowering others to believe in theirs. It’s about growing through the challenges to become an even better version of yourself.
Emily Carr: To me, being a boss babe means running your life on your terms and following your dreams. Not letting anyone get in your way or bring you down. It also means creating a legacy for people who come after me, especially my children. Impossible is nothing!