Masks and Mascara.
Makeup and lipstick.
Sometimes I like to paint my face, but I always make sure i'm not covering my flaws.
Although, when I pick out an outfit, I think to myself "does this make my body look amazing", and if it doesn't I quickly place the item back on the rack. So then, in that moment am I covering my flaws?
What qualifies as flaws?
I honestly cannot answer that question, because for every woman and man, flaws are defined differently.
It could be the thighs you hate, the nose you believe is too big or the skin tone you could do without.
For me, its always been my body. It has changed and continues to change so much. I've spent years trying to understand how to treat it and love it. It's a steady work in progress. But, I've come to realize that flaws are only imperfections, if we believe so.
So what's behind the flaws?
Behind my flaws lives a stunning woman. I can really glow and let my beauty illuminate a room. It was so inspiring to realize I had this power. When I changed my thought process, I suddenly became aware that my flaws were fictional and were only given life, if I decided to jump start its heart beat.
But for you my dear...
Flaws are lies. It's societies way of making money, by telling you to buy this to look like that. It's propaganda. God created us to be unique in our own skin. If He wanted robots, we would be machines. Instead we are humans, made of flesh and blood.
Encourage yourself to look past your flaws. I believe in you. Be honest, be kind and rebuild.
It took me awhile to reset my mind, and i'm still rebuilding.
It can be done. This body I have is mine and I'm appreciative for my vessel. It's perfectly fit for me and when I vibe with it...it vibes with me.
Flaws and all.