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>> With every stroke and every dab, these women say their self-esteem is improving, regardless if they can even see how they look.>>
A free program led by beauticians in Sao Paulo, Brazil is teaching blind women how to do their makeup, from contouring to highlights, to even applying false eyelashes.
>> Maria Myriam told Reuters she may not see her face like other people but she imagines it and believes she is beautiful. Alexandra Salverio says she feels empowered.>> I feel happy. Even though I have a family to help me when I want to put on makeup, but it's just knowing that I could do it myself without being afraid of doing it wrong or of making myself look like a clown.
>> Braille dots on the cosmetics allow them to find the colors and brushes they need. The application is a practice skill for all women with all types of eyes.