Every day while crafting hair and beauty at my studio or on the set of a film, television show or commercial, my clients expose their innermost thoughts and feelings about their looks -- often dissecting themselves from from head to toe.
They often critique themselves (and others from the tabloids) as they strive to be a bigger, better version of themselves. Sometimes they dish. Sometimes they share their personal journeys. Sometimes they weigh in on how some celebrity, friend or frenemy has gone about enhancing themselves.
Having seen this firsthand, I know that the quest for beauty can be an unconscious and endless search for some. For others, it can be a way to define, develop and revel in their inner and outer beauty.
Read the rest at AOL/Huffington Post's Healthy Living.
Thanks as usual to Gina Misiroglu of Red Room for putting me in touch with the AOL people. It's just one of the great ways she's bringing traffic to Red Room and getting attention for Red Room's authors.