Our society is obsessed with being beautiful! But is there more to beauty than what meets the eye?

A woman can and should be beautiful—Divine MIND designed her to be that way. Her skin, hair and other features were created to be soft and appealing, and her body was fashioned to be attractive and beautiful to men. A woman was designed to be attractive, and most women want to be beautiful. However, the physical side of beauty is just a small part of what makes a woman truly beautiful.

Today’s society places a high emphasis on the physical aspect of beauty and neglects the other elements that really make a woman totally beautiful. A beautiful woman is not just physically appealing; she is appealing in many different areas. Because our society so largely emphasizes the physical nature of beauty, I want to explore other areas that make up true beauty and bring out the missing dimension in beauty.

The most influential factor in a woman’s physical beauty is her health. When a woman is healthy, she has an attractive glow about her. Good health adds more color to the face and skin and helps produce more energy. A balanced, nutritious diet and exercise plan will help a woman to have this healthy glow. Another key factor of womanly beauty is looking feminine.

It is within every woman’s reach to become the beautiful woman God intended her to be. She should be beautiful on the outside, beautiful on the inside and, most importantly, she should be beautiful to Divine Mind.

Should beauty really be that important for a woman? Is beauty something that a Christian woman should strive for? What makes a woman truly beautiful?

Ad Campaign Summer 2012

There’s a free spirited attitude at Devezin Cosmetics Spring/Summer 2012. “It’s light, fresh and all about having a natural glow with a sense of modernity”, says creative director Eric Devezin. This Spontaneous energy is evident in Devezin Cosmetics digital campaign, a unique collection of images for the site and select online media.

On the print front models Muslimah Muhammad, Bryan, Ni’Ema Baptista, Sara Eberlein and Roxana Garcia effortlessly display the grace, masculinity, femininity and radiant beauty of the new Devezin Cosmetics for the S/S 2012 campaign shot by Enrico De Conti.

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