Sunday, August 17th, 2008

Temptalia Asks You


How do you define the word “beauty”? What’s your definition?

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10 thoughts on “Temptalia Asks You – How do you define the word “beauty”?

  1. Delaney

    I have a question and then I’ll make my “beauty” definition :). I am just starting out with my MAC collection. I am most interested in first purchasing eye colors. I look at your blog almost daily to find my “look” for the day. So since you’re the author and artist :) what colors do you use the most in your “looks” and “tutorials” section? If I could purchase those colors first it would really help cause I spend most of my time trying to figure out which of my eyeshadows will correspond to yours. Top 10 or 15 would be awesome :).

    My definition of Beauty is radiating confidence and positive energy that builds up yourself and others.

  2. Sexy Sadie

    True beauty scares me because it reminds me of my mortality.

  3. Ashley

    Feeling comfortable in your own skin. Confidence is the biggest part of beauty!

  4. Ashley

    My definition of beauty is making the most out of what you have and embracing your own flaws. It is all about uniqueness and confidence.

  5. Rowan

    Possessing inner beauty, which for me means purity and a kind soul, or outer beauty, which I think means balanced and pretty features and a good bone structure. Beauty in nature & art is the best though :-)

  6. Skyler

    In terms of human beings… beauty is being happy with who you are. This is a simple statement but one of the hardest things to accomplish in life. It’s awesome when someone can embrace and accept their flaws, inside and out. And confidence is beautiful. I do believe there is such a thing as outer beauty too–and what I find beautiful outside is unique beauty–but the more important type of beauty is certainly inside, and that is what counts most in life. Beauty in life should make you feel emotion, and someone beautiful on the inside will do that. :)

  7. Jenna

    beauty to me, would be defined by every single woman on earth. :D