Kini and Mili teach makeup on social media

“Makeup is the ultimate in enhancing beauty,” said Evelyn Lauder, the wife of Esteé Lauder’s son, creator of the most striking makeup for women and promoter of the pink ribbon against breast cancer.

Beauty is something that feeds on the spirit, but with a touch of blush and some mascara you can enhance it and show the best of each person.

Always giving her best for her daughter, Argentina “Kini” Boscacci created the Facebook page “Makeup, Fashion and Style”, a site where she shares makeup tutorials, skin care and fashion advice for all women who choose take care of themselves and look flirtatious, especially those who may have a disability, so that they have the same opportunities, enhancing and empowering themselves from the make up.

The idea of ​​Argentina came about because “I wanted to continue doing what I like from another place. As my work was left aside by the ´Una luz para Mili´ campaign, I wanted to share my knowledge with other women so that they can put it into practice” .

“Making up Mili is always a challenge because she has a constant movement in her little eyes that makes the task be done in more time and requires more precision when making up this area, but she always looks beautiful,” Argentina told Voz Mujer.

“Every woman has beauty and intelligence, women with disabilities also like to put on makeup and look pretty, they enjoy being in love, starting a family, being a professional and receiving compliments. They are beautiful inside and out,” Argentina told Voz Mujer .

The prettiest model

The first of the videos is with Mili, The young woman, due to her visual impairment, constantly moves her eyes, which can make it difficult to paint her eyelids. However, for Argentina nothing is impossible when it comes to beautifying. “Making up Mili is always a challenge because she has a constant movement in her little eyes that makes the task to be done in more time and requires more precision when making up this area, but it always looks beautiful”.

“The day I created the page, I made a publication about women with disabilities, that they are also beautiful, intelligent, who like to dress up and receive compliments. And here comes the proposal for Mili to be my model. She immediately said yes and we got down to work. “

Both one and the other are passionate about fashion. “Mili is like me. She is always flirtatious, she likes clothes and loves shoes. She doesn’t choose them for their color or shape; she makes them tap on the floor and the one that sounds prettier is the chosen one.”

“I always liked to instill in her that she had to be well groomed, know how to choose the wardrobe according to the occasion and that she had to feel beautiful.”

Mili is afraid of putting on makeup on her own, but when she has to sing or a party, she asks me to do it. Many times I laugh, because before zoom classes he scents and I say, ´Whyand?. She is very flirtatious. “

Personally, “I feel very proud of my work, and as a mother, I feel the satisfaction that Mili always has a good presentation and thus show that she is very important to me and that I will always be by her side.”

“I am a hairdresser, make-up artist and manicurist but I am missing the title of image consultant that is pending because my family has always been and is my priority. This page and these moments with Mili are a way to clear my mind and not live with the constant wait for the day of my daughter’s treatment. There may be days when we don’t feel like getting ready, but makeup gives us confidence, we feel pretty and it gives us the energy to get ahead. “

While they wait to travel to China, mother and daughter have fun on Facebook. (Photos courtesy: Argentina Boscacci)

“The dream is getting closer”

Mili continues to dream and wait for her turn to undergo treatment in China that will restore her vision.

The young woman will receive stem cell implants in the Asian country at an approximate cost of $ 50,000. Then, the treatment would continue in our country for about six months with medication, stimulation with appliances and various types of massages.

According to Argentina, the expected moment would be December of this year. “The idea is to travel and then resume the campaign for the second part. In the same way, people can continue to collaborate, which will already be for the second part of the treatment. We also continue to collect cans and aluminum.”

“Thank you for collaborating with Mili, the dream is getting closer and closer,” concluded this mother.

Those interested in collaborating can contact the phones (03564) 15520048 or 15625825. Also at the headquarters of Amigos del Bien -Cabrera 2083- aluminum donations are received on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 17 to 19. They can be crushed aluminum cans, computer lags, etc.

“Makeup is the ultimate in enhancing beauty,” said Evelyn Lauder, the wife of Esteé Lauder’s son, creator of the most striking makeup for women and promoter of the pink ribbon against breast cancer.

Beauty is something that feeds on the spirit, but with a touch of blush and some mascara you can enhance it and show the best of each person.

Always giving her best for her daughter, Argentina “Kini” Boscacci created the Facebook page “Makeup, Fashion and Style”, a site where she shares makeup tutorials, skin care and fashion advice for all women who choose take care of themselves and look flirtatious, especially those who may have a disability, so that they have the same opportunities, enhancing and empowering themselves from the make up.

The idea of ​​Argentina came about because “I wanted to continue doing what I like from another place. As my work was left aside by the ´Una luz para Mili´ campaign, I wanted to share my knowledge with other women so that they can put it into practice” .

“Making up Mili is always a challenge because she has a constant movement in her little eyes that makes the task be done in more time and requires more precision when making up this area, but she always looks beautiful,” Argentina told Voz Mujer.

“Every woman has beauty and intelligence, women with disabilities also like to put on makeup and look pretty, they enjoy being in love, starting a family, being a professional and receiving compliments. They are beautiful inside and out,” Argentina told Voz Mujer .

The prettiest model

The first of the videos is with Mili, The young woman, due to her visual impairment, constantly moves her eyes, which can make it difficult to paint her eyelids. However, for Argentina nothing is impossible when it comes to beautifying. “Making up Mili is always a challenge because she has a constant movement in her little eyes that makes the task to be done in more time and requires more precision when making up this area, but it always looks beautiful”.

“The day I created the page, I just made a publication about women with disabilities, that they are also beautiful, intelligent, who like to dress up and receive compliments. And here comes the proposal for Mili to be my model. Right away she said yes. and we got down to work. “

Both one and the other are passionate about fashion. “Mili is like me. She is always flirtatious, she likes clothes and loves shoes. She doesn’t choose them for their color or shape; she makes them tap on the floor and the one that sounds prettier is the chosen one.”

“I always liked to instill in her that she had to be well groomed, know how to choose the wardrobe according to the occasion and that she had to feel beautiful.”

Mili is afraid of putting on makeup on her own, but when she has to sing or a party, she asks me to do it. Many times I laugh, because before zoom classes he scents and I say, ´Whyand?. She is very flirtatious. “

Personally, “I feel very proud of my work, and as a mother, I feel the satisfaction that Mili always has a good presentation and thus show that she is very important to me and that I will always be by her side.”

“I am a hairdresser, make-up artist and manicurist but I am missing the title of image consultant that is pending because my family has always been and is my priority. This page and these moments with Mili are a way to clear my mind and not live with the constant wait for the day of my daughter’s treatment. There may be days when we don’t feel like getting ready, but makeup gives us confidence, we feel pretty and it gives us the energy to get ahead. “

While they wait to travel to China, mother and daughter have fun on Facebook. (Photos courtesy: Argentina Boscacci)

“The dream is getting closer”

Mili continues to dream and wait for her turn to undergo treatment in China that will restore her vision.

The young woman will receive stem cell implants in the Asian country at an approximate cost of $ 50,000. Then, the treatment would continue in our country for about six months with medication, stimulation with appliances and various types of massages.

According to Argentina, the expected moment would be December of this year. “The idea is to travel and then resume the campaign for the second part. In the same way, people can continue to collaborate, which will already be for the second part of the treatment. We also continue to collect cans and aluminum.”

“Thank you for collaborating with Mili, the dream is getting closer and closer,” concluded this mother.

Those interested in collaborating can contact the phones (03564) 15520048 or 15625825. Also at the headquarters of Amigos del Bien -Cabrera 2083- aluminum donations are received on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 17 to 19. They can be crushed aluminum cans, computer lags, etc.

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