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A Letter from Co-Founder Mandrea to her Daughter | Mother's Day Tribute

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A Letter from Co-Founder Mandrea to her Daughter | Mother's Day Tribute

A Letter from Co-Founder Mandrea to her Daughter | Mother's Day Tribute


A Letter from Co-Founder Mandrea to her Daughter | Mother's Day Tribute


With Mother’s Day fast approaching, I’m feeling extra blessed to be living my dream as both a mom and business owner. In case you didn't know, I took a leap of faith and left my 9-5 job with a mission to create Fancii & Co. My goal was for other women like myself to have access to beauty tools that don’t break the bank, don’t over-promise and under-deliver; beauty tools that make your routine easier, more effective, and even a bit more glamorous.

With Mother’s Day fast approaching, I’m feeling extra blessed to be living my dream as both a mom and business owner. In case you didn't know, I took a leap of faith and left my 9-5 job with a mission to create Fancii & Co. My goal was for other women like myself to have access to beauty tools that don’t break the bank, don’t over-promise and under-deliver; beauty tools that make your routine easier, more effective, and even a bit more glamorous.

Fancii co-founder Mandrea with daughter Vayda

Aurelija & I created Fancii based upon the values of self-love, self-care, and self-confidence. These values represent not just Fancii, but the same values I aim to pass down to my daughter, Vayda-Rose.

Vayda is 3 years young now and (despite my best wishes haha) growing every day towards being a young woman. I vow to be a living example of kindness, confidence, and fearlessness for her.

I vow to teach her that beauty is a state of mind, not a state of body. I vow to practice self-love everyday so Vayda knows the importance of loving herself for who she is, no matter her flaws; her flaws are what make her beautiful.

I vow to look at my reflection in the mirror each day and say to myself, "I am strong, I am beautiful, I am smart, I am talented, I am perfectly me," and teach Vayda to do the same

At Fancii, I vow to aspire the same values and beliefs to our customers. Being a mom often means we don’t always have time for ourselves. We let life get in the way – whether it be our careers, our children, balancing our social life, balancing it all. It’s time we put the “me” back in “me-time.”

Ask yourself, when was the last time you really took time to do something you love – to sit down and enjoy a good book, to practice meditation, whatever it may be that takes you to your happy place? For me – that is playing with makeup using one of my Fancii vanity mirrors and spending quality time on my self care routine – masking, exfoliating my skin with the Clara, and just giving my body the TLC it deserves.

Mother’s Day gives us an excuse to show ourselves some extra love, but as mothers we should be doing this all year round! So, to all women, moms-to-be and those who selflessly take on a mother’s role, the same holds true. Keep doing you, keep being you, and remember you deserve self-love all year round.

 

Love, Mandrea.

Fancii co-founder Mandrea with daughter Vayda

Aurelija & I created Fancii based upon the values of self-love, self-care, and self-confidence. These values represent not just Fancii, but the same values I aim to pass down to my daughter, Vayda-Rose.

Vayda is 3 years young now and (despite my best wishes haha) growing every day towards being a young woman. I vow to be a living example of kindness, confidence, and fearlessness for her.

I vow to teach her that beauty is a state of mind, not a state of body. I vow to practice self-love everyday so Vayda knows the importance of loving herself for who she is, no matter her flaws; her flaws are what make her beautiful.

I vow to look at my reflection in the mirror each day and say to myself, "I am strong, I am beautiful, I am smart, I am talented, I am perfectly me," and teach Vayda to do the same.


At Fancii, I vow to aspire the same values and beliefs to our customers. Being a mom often means we don’t always have time for ourselves. We let life get in the way – whether it be our careers, our children, balancing our social life, balancing it all. It’s time we put the “me” back in “me-time.”

Ask yourself, when was the last time you really took time to do something you love – to sit down and enjoy a good book, to practice meditation, whatever it may be that takes you to your happy place? For me – that is playing with makeup using one of my Fancii vanity mirrors and spending quality time on my self care routine – masking, exfoliating my skin with the Clara, and just giving my body the TLC it deserves.

Mother’s Day gives us an excuse to show ourselves some extra love, but as mothers we should be doing this all year round! So, to all women, moms-to-be and those who selflessly take on a mother’s role, the same holds true. Keep doing you, keep being you, and remember you deserve self-love all year round.

 

Love, Mandrea.



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