Facebook, move over. There's a new social media network in town, and it's called Eye Am Empowered. This life-changing social media support network is an innovative way for women to share, inspire, and empower each other. EyeAmEmpowered.com is the brainchild of Chrislie Formulations, a beauty company created by women, for women. Its brands include Lashem® luxury lash and brow products, Measurable Difference® face and body products, Nailuv® gel nail polish, Wicked Crown™ hair products, and Fearless Fantasy™ beauty products. But Chrislie Formulations doesn't stop there. The company also participates in programs that make a measurable difference in women's lives—and it has just created a social media support network for women who have experienced or are currently experiencing life challenges.
Eye Am Empowered is designed to be a type of Facebook, but with a special focus—its users form an international sisterhood, keeping an eye on improving the health and well-being of women throughout the world. Chrislie Formulations is inviting women from all over the globe to share their own personal stories on EyeAmEmpowered.com. Women can upload their own videos, write about their life challenges, and share tips and advice. These shared experiences can inspire and empower other women around the world who are facing similar challenges—empowering women on an international scale.
Helga Arminak, Chrislie Formulations' Founder and CEO, is no stranger to life's challenges. Her family fled to the United States from Beirut, Lebanon when Arminak was a child, and she struggled to survive in extreme poverty. The former refugee eventually became a self-made multi-millionaire. Now, Arminak says it's her turn to give back.
Arminak firmly believes that nothing enhances beauty more than helping others. "We hope women will use the Eye Am Empowered website to upload videos about their own personal challenges, in order to inspire and even educate other women who visit the website. Each user will know she is not alone: she has an international network of support to empower her."