You’re beautiful just the way you are.
Hello guys! The lovely Kay asked me to write a post for a blog (guest post), and I was more than happy to do so! Some of you may not know who I am, so I’ll just introduce myself quickly! The names Kavi, and I’m your typical teenage girl who drools over anything beauty, fashion or food. On my blog you’ll find everything to do with those genres, along with my rambling on about whatever takes my fancy. So if you haven’t checked out my blog, kavichick2000, then please do and maybe give me a cheeky follow if you like what you see.
I really had no idea what to blog about so I just decided on talking about beauty, inner and outer.
I’ve been passionate about beauty ever since I was 11/12 and anything that has the magic word in will get me hooked. I’ll pick up free magazines from boots or Superdrug and spend hours reading them, taking it all in. I’ll look at my make up and rearrange it again and again and again. I’ll buy storage for it that I’ll love then hate.
I don’t know where I would be without make up and beauty. I don’t wear make up to make me look pretty.
It makes me feel confident, makes me love myself for who I am and makes me proud too. Make up should be worn to enhance your features, not to cover them up or disguise them.
I’ve learnt to accept the small things, like my nose is quite big and pointy, and I have a bum chin. But that’s what makes me Kavi. My pretty coloured eyes and perfect eyebrows also make me Kavi. I love having those features. What you can do is focus on your best parts, and then you’ll feel generally good about yourself. Start trying to accept yourself. You’re beautiful just the way you are. If you get a nasty comment or you hear someone whisper about you behind your back about how ‘ugly’ you are, are you really going to believe them? You don’t even like that person. You know you are pretty and you know that they hate you being pretty. And? You care because?
Seriously, if this world lived in a place where we were happy with the way we were 24/7, I don’t think there’d be any conflict. So we get jealous. So we chase perfection. But do we ever look in the mirror and say ‘I am beautiful’ and actually believe it?
Why not live in the moment, realise before it’s too late.
Before I finish my guest post, I want to leave you with this thought:
‘Stop focusing on what you don’t have, and start appreciating what you do have.’
You are beautiful. And so am I.
PS. Thank you to Kay for letting me post on her blog! 😀