Warrior is suited for the extra bold women. She wants all eyes on her at all costs. This woman makes a statement everywhere she goes. This style has heavy volume at the root and works best for Oval shaped eyes.

This name is inspired by:

The Mirabal Sisters (WARRIOR)

➢ Born in the Dominican province of Salcedo, Patria, María Teresa, and Minerva Mirabal were known as “Las Mariposas” (The Butterflies).  All sisters were married with children and had university careers. At the time of their death, they had already invested ten years of political activism in the US-backed dictatorship of Rafael Trujillo in the Dominican Republic between 1930 and 1961.

➢ On November 25, 1960, the Mirabal sisters were released from prison, their car was stopped on the highway and they and the driver were brutally beaten to death and thrown into a ravine to simulate an auto accident. Outraged by the murders, Dominicans increased demonstrations of opposition and the Mirabal sisters became a symbol of struggle against the dictatorship.

➢ The first Latin American and Caribbean Feminist Conference was held in Bogotá, Colombia in 1981. To pay homage to the Mirabal sisters as symbols of organizing against oppression, it was proposed to establish November 25th as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.

➢ In 1999, the General Assembly of the United Nations voted for November 25th to be recognized as the day of the Elimination of Violence against Women. To date, the Mirabal sisters continue to be recognized and honored because they stood up against the oppression of the state.


• Luigi Morris, The Mirabel Sisters and The International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, Left Voice, November 25, 2017.• Andrei Tapalaga, The Mirabel Sisters: A Global Symbol of Violence Against Women, Medium.com, September 4, 2020.