Beauty from head to toe
There are many different definitions of beauty. Every person seems to have their own definition for it. If you were to ask 100 people about what beauty means to them, you would probably get many different answers.
Some of the responses would be the same. Many of them would not. Which definition of beauty most closely represents your own?
Beauty of the Spirit versus Beauty of the Body
Some people will argue with others about what beauty means. They will argue with passion and become very emotional about the topic.
Talks over what beauty means become intense. They get very fierce when it is asked whether the definition should be based on look of the body or a person’s heart.
The definition of Beauty from head to toe at Nefertari is limited to the body. It’s true that we focus on the appearance of skin. It is also true that our belief is that inner beauty should not be left out of the formula.
Why Defining Beauty is a Problem
Many people tend to crave a packaged definition of beauty. They want it to be all about looks. Should beauty be defined by a certain shape of the nose, distance between the eyes, body size, shoe size, hair length, and so on? That would mean beauty leaves all others out.
A boxed-up definition of beauty can also be made for inner beauty, saying that bookworms, stellar students, uneducated people, and so forth should be left out.
This has been the source of a lot of sadness in the hearts of in millions of people. While focus on the problems young girls have with self-image as a result of the fashion industry’s definition of beauty, the fact is that all people, including men, women, old, young, and all races can suffer from such a small-minded definition.
At Nefertari, beauty is about being you. It’s about you feeling comfortable and confident with who you are. Our skin care products and services offered are specially crafted to help you feel and look your best.
Inner and outer beauties are tightly linked. There is no hard, fast rule to beauty’s meaning. Beauty from head to toe.
Credits: Anne-Sophie Rodriguez
Photographed by : Weiferd Watts