what does ‘beauty‘ mean to you?
I’m going to throw two ‘definitions’ at you. The first from Oxford dictionaries online (the world’s most trusted dictionaries). The second being more of a little snippet of info from Wikipedia.
Definition of beauty (Oxford Dictionaries)
Noun (plural beauties)
As for the second, I’d rather give you Wikipedia’s version of human beauty.
The characterization of a person as “beautiful”, whether on an individual basis or by community consensus, is often based on some combination of inner beauty, which includes psychological factors such as personality, intelligence, grace, politeness, charisma, integrity, congruence and elegance.
In our world (especially our workplace of hair dressing and aesthetics), we can often get caught up with how we look on the outside. True beauty comes from within. Be confident with yourself and what you have been given. Don’t take it for granted.
One of the greatest perks of my job as an aesthetician is being able to help bring out that confidence in clients. I believe the spa and salon industry should be more about self-care, pampering and those amazing little pick-me-ups. Having each and every one of my clients leave happier than when they came in, is truly rewarding.
Sometimes we need to take a step back, look in the mirror and just smile. We are ALL beautiful in our own way. Imperfection is beautiful. Individuality in an incredible gift we’ve been given, so let’s run with it.
– né xo