We all would like to believe that quaint saying, “beauty is in the eye of the beholder”, but how true and meaningful is that phrase when the beholder has been brainwashed, so to speak, into subscribing to the belief that beauty is the artificial look we see on glamour mags, in TV commercials, and even in some children’s books? For some time now, that image has consisted mainly of white women and the “white standard of beauty”.
We still have a choice as to what we buy and permit our children to wear. Yes, like all “no’s”, it can be a battle. “All the other kids wear this, etc. etc.” Maybe this could open a discussion with your daughters about why they want to dress that way with so many options. Who is it for? What does it do for you? How does it make you feel, and are there other ways to feel that way? Again, even though Halloween is a time for costumes, “How will you be perceived, and is that okay with you?” Just because Halloween is over, the visual remains – sometimes even in digital pictures that can end up anywhere.
Wearing a right attire improve your look. You can get fashion tips from the professionals so that you will feel comfortable. You will look stylish and fashionable using the latest fashion trends. Create a style statement in accordance with your body. A dress should be that which can improve your appearance.
However, although it is no longer in demand, the idea of closet with mirror could help you to solve the problem of storage in the bathroom. With this, you can place various purposes of bathing in the closet. You will find that any bathroom items look neat. You will find no more rows of bottles that interferes your vision. Also, the need for a mirror in the bathroom is fulfilled.
I feel safe and secure, knowing the greater wisdom of the Universe (Spirit, God, Higher Power) is always there to listen, comfort, guide, teach, and heal me through meditation and prayer.
Most products are enriched with domestically derived Shea and Cocoa Butter – Two ingredients that have always been all time faves because nothing else leaves skin feeling softer or smoother.
Jason and i were always active. We isolated ourselves outside of our home as much as possible, yet I still grew up overweight and self-conscious of my beauty and body. I didn’t have any guidance in my food choices, so I just ate what was available. I ate what any 7 or 8 year old boy could prepare for himself, hotdogs, Kool-Aid, and left-over mac-n-cheese. The majority of the food I ate was processed, high in sugar and/or fat, and had virtually zero nutritional value.
Natural ingredients like Aloe vera gel, extract from a seaweed in Japan known as Phytessence Wakame that has been used by Japanese women for centuries for it’s skin health properties, and extracts from the wool of sheep that help the skin regrow it’s own collagen and elastin. Or Babassu oil from the nut of the Babassu tree that has amazing moisturizing properties.