Born in Macaé, in the north of Fluminense, the former Miss Brasil United Continents in 2018, Gleycy Correia, 27, died this Monday after spending two months in a coma after complications from tonsillitis surgery. At this time she used her Instagram profile to share her life experiences with her 52 thousand followers.
Entrepreneur in the areas of beauty and aesthetic procedures, she published about congresses and courses in which she participated. Gleycy claimed to be an expert in permanent makeup (the process of pigmentation of the skin) and also removed tattoos with lasers.
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The former miss also shared with her followers that since she was a child she wanted to be independent. The first step towards this was taken at the age of 8, when he got his first job as a manicurist. “I have always loved working, having my little money. I dreamed of my independence. It was a gigantic happiness for each conquered client”. he wrote, in a text published in 2016.
Gleycy he used his example to try to motivate his followers: “Did they ever tell you that your goals were too far away? That you were ‘crazy’ to invest so much in something with no certainty of success? Wow, I’ve heard that so many times! ears…”.
The model also talked about her humble origins and of her parents’ struggle to raise her, both were role models for the young woman. “Family of fighters, and even with millions of defects, in this family there is a lot of love! They always did the possible and the impossible for me, I am very grateful, ”she posted.
The moments of relaxation were also shared by the former miss. There are travel photos, one of them to Paris, and beaches and tourist attractions. Along with the photos, Gleycy he always wrote texts in which he celebrated life. “Life is short. Break the rules, forgive quickly, drink slowly, truly love, laugh uncontrollably, and never regret anything that makes you smile with your soul,” she wrote in a post.
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