THE ART OF BEAUTY
“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” is a statement that we have gotten away from. Every person on this earth has beauty in them, but in today’s society the definition of beauty is defined by the number of likes you get, what waist trainer you are wearing, or the number of injections you get. We have lost the concept of beauty to the point children are taking measures into their own hands to look like the images portrayed. We must do better as a community! We must show the world that beauty is all shapes, sizes, and color.
Beauty is not having the perfect skin or a light skin color. Beauty is not having the perfect breast shape or having the flattest stomach. Beauty is loving you—loving your flaws, loving your stretch marks, loving your scars. It’s about loving every aspect of how you were designed. Your beauty is like no other and it makes you a unique human being that cannot be duplicated.
Beauty. How do you define it? Do you love your true beauty without all the make-up? The art of beauty is looking into your soul and loving the bad. I ask you, how will you define your beauty?
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