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For teenage girls, it’s often extremely difficult to feel confident about themselves when faced with immature bullies who make it their mission to target everything their victims are self-conscious about.
One Canadian mom from Windsor, Ontario, was heartbroken when her 15-year-old daughter began struggling with her self-esteem because other girls were making fun of her looks, what she wore, and even her voice. The once-outgoing teen with a bright personality had started seeing herself as ugly and asked if she could buy some makeup to make her feel better about herself at school. When the mom took her daughter to the mall to check out a Sephora store, something amazing happened that she had to share.