Using Beauty To Bring Internal Transformation
The charming AnaMaria Ciubota has only one true passion – helping people find their confidence! And she does this in manifold ways by being a Beauty Entrepreneur, Beauty & Life Coach, Make-up Designer, and Author.
From childhood, the beauty industry’s transformative power fascinated Ana. Pursuing a Biology degree at the university satisfied her curiosity, as she was able to uncover the effectiveness of natural ingredients for skin and body care. Fuelled by this knowledge, she created Ansavvy Skin, a chemical-free skincare line.
“My life has been an incredible journey of hard work, perseverance and dedication. I’ve invested my time and energy into my education, personal growth, business, family and community. I’ve experienced both triumphs and setbacks, but my passion for making women feel confident and beautiful in their skin has never wavered. As a make-up artist and the founder of Ansavvy Skin, I enjoy exploring the beauty industry and experimenting with innovative skincare solutions.”
Based in London, UK, Ana is in love with all things beauty, skincare and personal growth, and her passion for boosting women’s selfconfidence is boundless. Her background in Science and a unique perspective enables her to provide insightful and effective guidance to clients. “Working with women who have struggled with skin issues is my favorite part of the job. Seeing them light up with joy and confidence after a successful make-up or skincare session is priceless,” she shares proudly.
This is also one of the reasons why Ana decided to write. As the published author of ‘Skincare Biology Guide’ and ‘Mindset: The Game of Life’, she empowers women with information and tools to overcome skin challenges and cultivate a positive outlook on life.
In addition, she has had the privilege of achieving several milestones throughout her professional and personal journey – She received a Master’s degree in Plant Protection and Ecology with an MBA from Anglia Ruskin University, London; as a freelance make-up artist, she has worked with actors and actresses and helped women feel confident through her work; and she is a certified life and business coach who has received several certifications in mindfulness and organic skincare business.
Speaking about what inspires her every single day, she says, “My parents are my biggest inspiration. Their hard work, resilience and positivity have shaped who I am today. My desire is to help and inspire as many people as I can, and to make the world a better place. Ultimately, my goal is to positively impact the world by promoting self-love, positivity and personal growth through my work as a make-up artist and skincare entrepreneur.”
There is no journey without its share of challenges. How did Ana overcome the obstacles in hers? “Starting my skincare brand and working as a make-up artist has been an amazing journey. Building a strong team and handling every aspect of my business has been challenging, but I am fortunate to have the support of my family and friends. It’s important to stay focused on your goals, be resilient, and remain open to opportunities that come your way. I truly believe that with hard work and persistence, anyone can achieve success and live their best life.”
Telling us why she chooses to be a tiger in the rat race, she says, “In the beauty industry, the competition can be fierce, and you need to observe, strategize and attack with precision. It’s not about spinning in circles like a rat. It’s about having the courage and determination to pursue your passions and succeed. Being a tiger is about being fearless, focused and fierce in pursuing your dreams.”
Leaving us with a message, Ana sums up: “I would like to share with readers that pursuing your passions and dreams is an incredible experience that can bring you happiness and success. I believe that with hard work and determination, anyone can achieve their goals, no matter how big or small. It’s important to focus on your personal growth and development while helping others along the way. Life is too short not to live it to the fullest.”