Inner and outer beauty
I really believe that behind every face lies a special world of uniqueness. I discovered that from inside out; through observing my feelings and thoughts and by working with many people. The real beauty derives from the inner world; it lies inside every human being. It reflects every feeling, thought and emotion on our face. Especially every woman should first be aware of her inside beauty and radiate pure emotions such as joy and love that make every face look great. And in second place comes the correct use of cosmetic and make-up products, which emphasize the already existing beauty with the right touch of colour and freshness. With many knowledges that people shared with me I came to understand that our health and beauty are related to our inner world. Every disease that reflects in our physical body has its root somewhere inside of us.
Moreover, I have encountered many women during my work, who don’t accept their self image. EVERYONE is unique and beautiful and looks like with a reason. My first advice to all women is to accept themselves as they are and to learn to love themselves (even in front of the mirror). Bear in mind that just an amazing make-up or a great photography cannot bring you a positive self-image, if you don’t like and accept yourself. These are helpful and great tools, but the real inner state is always reflected in the eyes and consequently also in the media (photo, video,…).
When I work, I do my best to help people feel comfortable, accepted and relaxed. If needed, I help you to release stress, which in consequence will make you look and feel at your best. I choose for you skincare and makeup products with care; not just with the safest ingredients, but also with beneficial properties, according to your needs and skin condition. Last and not least I will guide you through the Makeup, chosen in harmony with your colours and personality.
“Love yourself—accept yourself—forgive yourself—and be good to yourself,
because without you the rest of us are without a source of many wonderful things.”
Leo F. Buscaglia