Finding Beauty Where Others Might Not   1 comment

via Finding Beauty Where Others Might Not

Posted October 15, 2018 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

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  1. Beauty is objective. I have a coworker with board-straight hair who looks am my natural curly and says “Isn’t it lovely?” I’ve made peace with it a long time ago, so I know actually like it, but I can remember when I would have loved to have her glossy, easy-care locks. But when I want to have the look, I can take a flat iron to mine and still not have to shampoo it for three days,so there’s a benefit.

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