As a personal stylist I work with people's confidence. One of the reason why many of them reach to me is because somewhere along their journey through life confidence has been broken or simply scratched a bit and I find clothes a great tool to help mending it. Before we work on an image the client is comfortable with I very often stress that I will never create a look of anyone else that the client aspires to. One must develop their own style, I believe, not be a spitting image of an idol. You need to be comfortable with the reflection of you in the mirror, I believe, otherwise we would come to this world just in spirit or all identical.
However, let's face it, there's absolutely no one on this planet who doesn't have at least one thing about their look to change, even the ones who claim they don't care about their reflection in the window (very often, especially them). And that's ok, because we are humans, we want what we don't have, but as my life philosophy hoes - always in moderation, keep balance, always! as long as it doesn't go to extremes , when we completely lose ourselves, just as it happened with Kylie Jenner. The whole world speaks about her recently, or more precisely - her lips and her boobs which she has decided to "fix" before her 20s. She stirred a debate on plastic surgeries and age restrictions but what is more scary to me is how she does all this to look like her half-sister who probably according to her is the embodiment of beauty. I understand when people try to "fix" one or two things about their body to feel just this tad more confident but when one tries to look like someone else this is where the very serious damage is done and healing process should start ASAP. Kylie is crying for help with a copious amount of insecurities. Growing up with a self-centred sister who has been idolised by media and her followers Kylie put her on the pedestal of her ideal image and lost her beauty and soul. With every public appearance and with each KUWK episode featuring Kylie we see how hidden and reserved and very private she is with her opinions and thoughts and how she spends time creating social media gifs and images about her ever changing body and face as if searching for this unreal perfection she's aspiring to.
Please please please my beautiful people, unless you're going for a fancy dress party, never try to look like someone else. Instead of browsing images of your idol contemplating how to apply their looks to yours, spend time developing your style say who you are with it and be proud of it, constantly upgrading and moving forward.
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