Kim Fields of RHOA organized a "Beatless Breakfast" for the other cast members which really brought the conversation of beauty, what is now becoming more acceptable in our society to the forefront. It's also creates a conversation about how has our race and culture grown in our sense of self acceptance and beauty.
Check out this amazing performance by Jazzmine Sullivan - "Massacre"
Be beautiful! I believe that women have really helped set the tone for the expectation of beauty of this generation; what it looks like in so many various aspects.It's a personal choice that should be respected by others because everyone has freedom of choice. The decision to beat your face, to get nails done, add hair extensions, get breast, face, stomach, waist trims, extensions and enhancements done, etc., are all a choice. If it's done for the gratification of self, then by all means the opinions of others don't matter.
We all have the right to do it if we choose. Of course, beauty isn't just external, but internal as well connecting to character, attitude and personality.
Be bold, be beautiful and by all means, support Wink Beauty Bar in Atlanta and get those faces beat! http://www.winkbeautybar.net/