ABOUT US

LIPSTICK SAINTS

Lipsticks Saints is proud to serve young women by attacking the challenges that they are faced with. We use exercises and workshops to expose their potential. We help them to establish good habits and use these habits to help them to increase their self-esteem. In doing so we have seen that young women are able to achieve more academically, socially and professionally. The young women who participate in our programs learn how to properly groom themselves in different situations and by doing so we have seen that they are better prepared to tackle any situation that comes their way. Love and guidance help to shape how young women see themselves and thus they are able to develop and maintain a strong outlook on their futures.

Lipstick Saints provides activities for young women to participate in, in an effort to reduce negative statistics. As an incentive of being a part of Lipstick Saints, members are selected to win scholarships, hair makeovers and feminine products. At Lipstick Saints we provide young women with the tools and tactics to overcome any challenge that they
may face.

Each one, teach one. Reach one, bring one.

M. Brown

Founder of Lipstick Saints – Mo@lipsticksaints.com
ABOUT THE

FOUNDER

I have made it my life’s mission to become the change that I want to see in the world. I have personal experience with low self-esteem and battles with depression. I was taken away from my birth mother as she battled mental illnesses of her own. I never had a chance to meet or know my birth father. I have seven siblings and I was raised with the three youngest siblings. During our childhood, we were physically and verbally abused by a close relative. I felt worthless throughout my entire childhood and young adult life. I engaged in having sex at an early age, to fulfill the void in my life. Eventually, I became tired of feeling depleted. I took action for my happiness by seeking counseling and surrounding myself with positive people. I created Lipstick Saints to help teenage girls heal from their emotional scars, and grow socially. Lipstick Saints purpose is to instill morals and values that could cause teenage girls to make better life choices, ultimately become happier individuals.

“No pressure, no diamonds. No pressure, no pearl. No pain, no gain. No cocoon, no beautiful butterfly. It’s in the uncertain and dark and unclear and broken times that we learn who we really are and what we are capable of.”

Thomas Carlyle