I was recently followed by Amy from Flaws and All and after clicking onto her blog one of the things I fell in love with was her 'Project Perfect' concept. The main idea behind it all is to raise your own and others self esteem. We are all guilty of having certain down days about ourselves, those days where your hair resembles a lions mane that you just can't tame, or even worse those days where you just can't look in the mirror. In today's society people often focus on the negative, for instance many beauty magazines highlight a certain celebs celluite to ridicule. Why the obsession with putting others down, does it really make us feel that much better about ourselves?
Thing that I don't like about myself, but others do/might want
1. I have complicated stages of loving and embracing my pale skin and absolutely hating it and selling out to fake tan and an even olive skin tone. When I do get down about it it's mainly not because I'm pale but because as my skin is so fair depending on whether I'm hot or cold it can go a horrid pink colour or white blue tinge in the cold which I really hate.
2. I not a fan of my teeth and feel self conscious smiling sometimes. I'm one of those people always on the hunt for a whiter smile. However, my boyfriend thinks my smile is one of my most attractive physical qualities so it can't be all that bad :)
2. I have quite long eyelashes which despite and obsessive habit at picking at them have remained quite thick and lengthy.
3. I like my lips, they are quite full and rosy red.