Molly Barker, 51, and Caitlin Boyle, 27, devote their lives to promoting the ideals of health, confidence and empowerment among young girls. But on realising that by wearing make-up and following extensive beauty regimes, they had fallen into the very trap they warn preteens against, the two North Carolina natives launched The Naked Face Project. In an effort to explore the motives behind their primping and preening, Ms Barker, founder of Girls on The Run , and training coach for the programme, Mrs Boyle, decided to go 60 days without any kind of beautification. Naked: Molly Barker left and Caitlin Boyle right , triathletes and mentors to preteen girls, are giving up all their beauty habits for 60 days after realising they were contradicting what they told young girls about self esteem. The year-old four-time Ironman triathlete explains on the initiative's website why they took up the challenge. Following a conversation with her younger counterpart about what they say to girls who ask them why they wear make-up, she writes:. I think it makes me look younger and I guess I think younger is prettier, better somehow…and in our culture more powerful. Hypocrite…I hear myself say inside. How many hundreds, maybe thousands of times, have I looked an 8 year old girl directly in the eye, held her hands in mine, and told her "You are beautiful just the way you are.
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