It’s All About You

Social media is a big part of everyday life in the modern age. There’s a seemingly endless stream of new trends and beautiful Instagram models on extravagant vacations to tropical escapes (while sponsoring their favorite products, of course). There are countless YouTube beauty bloggers posting about the latest makeup or skincare techniques all while showing the world their natural beauty. But, what is beauty? How do you define something so intangible?

According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the definition of “beauty” is “a combination of qualities, such as shape, color, or form, that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially the sight.” It is also commonly said that “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” or that “beauty comes from within.”

These are several official definitions of beauty created by various people over time, but the reality is that beauty is extremely subjective. The biggest factor to consider when pondering the meaning of beauty on a personal level, is your own self-image. Specifically, your self-image is how you envision yourself and how you feel that others view you. This is also very subjective and doesn’t depend upon the often unrealistic standards outlined by social and mass media. When you think about your self-image you take into consideration not only the external, but the internal as well.  Thus, your concept of personal “beauty” is going to be different (and more valid) than what anyone else thinks!

One thing is for certain; your self-image directly impacts your self-esteem. When we look in the mirror, we all want to see ourselves in a way that aligns with our self-image. We want our hair to be the right color or our skin to be glowing and refreshed. The qualities we want varies from person to person, but you can manifest exactly the image that you want to embody.

Achieving your personal version of beautiful is always possible. This may entail a rigorous fitness routine to achieve the body structure you envision yourself having and a healthy diet to stick to in order to reach your goal. There may be some things, though, that are outside of diet or exercise but still represent something you want to address. You may find that the way you will achieve your version of beauty is with elective cosmetic surgery.

Getting the assets that you want is just like going to the gym or changing your diet. You are grabbing what you want by the reins and putting in the effort necessary to achieve the outcome you desire.

The treatments we offer at Hall and Wrye are transformative in nature. You are going beyond the skin-level procedures that you find at a spa and thus altering aspects of yourself on a grander scale. You are taking into your hands everything that you want to see and making it come into fruition.

When it comes to your personal path to beauty, there is no perfect answer or course. This is where the team at Hall and Wrye comes in as it is our goal to serve as your personal guides through this journey together. Come see the best specialists with the most expertise at Hall and Wrye and let us fulfill your vision of your best self.