It’s only when you’ve lost something that you’d realise how much it actually matters. A combination of loss and liberty would provide new insight to how you’d approach life. Attaching yourself to something for all the wrong reasons, therefore crippling your growth and losing your direction, will have unpleasant results. And that’s putting it mildly.
The past week magnified the fact that mirrors are not actually reliable measuring instruments for they simply show you the present and the reflection you see will be vulnerable to a subjective perception. Days presented situations wherein I struggled with sick days, enjoyed the freedom from cosmetics, endured roughing it and, basically, went about the rest of week with a certain amount of normalcy since I still do have to go to work and there were people to see, places to be at and tasks to be completed.
With that said, it only felt natural to document the first few days following the Dove 7-Day No Mirror Challenge.
You can also watch it on YouTube.
I hope you folks will always remember that you control what is reflected on that mirror and you don’t even need it to define who or what you are. Use it as a support tool for essentials. And that’s it. You are beautiful regardless of how society defines it. Believe it.
Accessories: Sunnies, Mango; Earrings, Diva; Necklace, Lee Hwa Jewelry; Watch, Hand me down from my sis; Ring, Flea Market
Wardrobe: (Outfit 1) Green Cami, SuprÃ©; White Tank, Topshop; Ripped Jeans, Mango; (Outfit 2) Pink Sleepwear, AeropostalÃ©
Makeup: Let me know if you want me to include notes on this. I’ll add it if requested.
I hope you folks enjoyed the clip! Also, if any of you have clips to share, please do! I’d love to see them as well.
Btw, feel free to see the clips I did for the No Mirror Challenge:
DOVE 7-Day No Mirror Challenge: Day 1 and 2
DOVE 7-Day No Mirror Challenge: Day 3 and 4
DOVE 7-Day No Mirror Challenge: Day 5, 6 and 7