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These Women Got Makeovers To Look Like Their Icons And It Was Powerful AF

"Selena-fy me!"

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Icons like Serena Williams, Michelle Obama, Tina Fey, and many more have paved the way for young women. So, the Ladylike women decided to re-create the looks of some of their female role models:

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Each woman felt that being represented in media while growing up was extremely important…

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...because it inspired them to achieve the goals they set for themselves.

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So, with Bailey and Sarah's help, these women were about to feel empowered AF by re-creating looks from their favorite role models.

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Freddie’s idol was the beautiful, boss-ass Tracee Ellis Ross, because she consistently embraced and remained true to her identity.

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Chantel was going to be "Selenified." She remembered growing up and loving Selena because she was so bold in everything she did.

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Jen's idol was Toph Beifong from Avatar: The Last Airbender because she was super unapologetic.

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And Safiya chose Lucille Ball from the hit show I Love Lucy, because she was one of the pioneers for women in mainstream media.

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They were all ready for this exciting transformation…

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...and dayum, they looked so good.

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They were almost identical to their idols.

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And even modeled some of the same comedic traits.

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These ladies full-on embodied their icons.

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And instead of looking up to them, they were looking straight at them.

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And the entire experience reminded these ladies the importance of giving credit to those who paved the way and inspired us to accomplish our own goals.

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