Kenetia Lee is one of today’s leading authorities on beauty empowerment. Her mission is to inspire women around the world with her time-tested principles for instilling self-confidence and self-appreciation. Kenetia is passionately committed to helping women live boldly and beautifully. She lives each day with the determination to give each one of us the freedom to express ourselves without fear.
Kenetia’s work as a highly sought-after Red Carpet makeup artist and public speaker has attracted the likes of Revlon, Covergirl, Step Up Women’s Network, and numerous other national organizations. Author of the soon to be best-selling book, Fearless Beauty, Kenetia has regularly appeared on television shows such as ABC’s Eyewitness News Sunday Morning, WB’s Good Day Arizona, WB’s Flix & Pix Detroit, and CW’s Extra. Kenetia can also be found as a featured columnist in publications such as InStyle, The Las Vegas Review, and The Los Angeles Sentinel.
Kenetia presents a powerful philosophy with a blueprint for physical well-being, mental clarity, and spiritual fulfillment. Her message is uplifting, empowering, and gives women the confidence they need to be themselves and feel beautiful just the way they are.
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Simple Steps for Building Confidence without Dieting or Plastic Surgery
How to Remove the Blocks that Prevent you from Seeing and Experiencing your Beauty
How to Approach Beauty from a Place of Play and Fun
No more Negativity: Eliminating Self-Doubt and Worry
Summoning Courage: How to be Authentic in your Self Expression
What is fearless beauty?
Who is responsible for women’s low self-esteem around their image?
What really makes a woman feel beautiful?
How is a woman’s self image connected to her emotional well-being? Does this have any impact on her actual appearance?
Why do women today feel discontent with their appearances? How can this change?
Can an aging woman feel and look beautiful without having plastic surgery?