Beauty of black & white

Goethe Zentrum organized a picture exhibition of Santosh Korthiwada titled ‘Consciousness’ at its premises in Banjara Hills. The exhibition displays black and white snapshots like a ‘Diptych’ painting (i.E. Two photos stored after every other). For Santosh, this exhibition is a big homecoming from the superior studies he is pursuing at San Francisco. Since adolescence Santosh has Beauty usually been inquisitive about black and white no means targeting studies. He never got the desired help from his family, who usually desired to pursue a career in some expert studies. Somehow, he controlled to examine arts before sooner or later dealing with to pool up the desired money to tour abroad and satisfy his dream interest in pictures.

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The gift exhibition is all approximately black and white snap shots. Santosh enjoys taking photos with a movie digicam and develops the negatives and the prints in his ‘darkish room’ in San Francisco. The foremost motive to hold extraordinary pics in a ‘Diptych’ is the thought process to explore the variety of ‘viewers’ thoughts’ about two unique subjects coming close and growing an exceptional identification. These pictures assignment the minds of the viewers and lead them to reflect on consideration on the possibilities and the extraordinary perspectives approximately the approaching together of two totally extraordinary pictures. Is there any specific reason for such a show? No, for certain. Except for the truth, it’s a creative art method that can bring many unknown and hidden minds that may also turn out to be and the factor of dialogue and relevance to society’s happenings. It is easy methods to relate these pictures to the happenings in society.

Beauty is not skin deep.

It’s attitude that separates the beauty from the crowd. “Looking at the beauty in the world is the first step of purifying the mind.” The beauty of a woman is not in the clothes she wears, the figure that she carries, or how she combs her hair. The beauty of a woman is seen in her eyes because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides. True beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul. A woman whose smile is open and whose expression is glad has a kind of beauty no matter what she wears. All women are beautiful, regardless of their looks. You just need to touch their soul with respect and appreciation for their inner beauty and you will be rewarded with joy. The heart is way more important than the package.

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I love natural beauty, and I think it’s your best look, but I think makeup as an artist is so transformative. I would never like to endorse a fairness cream. I believe in natural beauty. True beauty can’t shine through makeup. Many of us can’t even imagine our life without makeup. It sounds strange and even scary for many girls, thanks to media popularization of unrealistic beauty standards. To be beautiful without makeup?! Is it even possible? It would be big nonsense for many of us to go to a supermarket with no makeup on. The media often forces us to believe that a woman with no makeup can look somewhat attractive or beautiful. If someone wants to live a makeup-free life, or at least to be able to have makeup-free days, then it makes sense to put a little bit more effort into caring about the natural beauty of your face, hair, and body.

1) Feel beautiful (even without makeup)

Yes, the first step to natural, makeup-free beauty is connected with your inner perception of yourself – your self-image. If a girl considers herself beautiful and can accept herself totally and unconditionally, the whole world will feel the same. Yes, it’s that simple! But if you don’t feel comfortable and confident about yourself with no makeup on, try to gradually adapt to the new ‘natural’ image.

2) Your skin is your everything!

If you decide to lead a makeup-free life, it doesn’t mean that you need to completely let go of all skin care products. Many skin problems are actually related to the excessive use of makeup; skin tone becomes uneven because of your body’s reaction to a foundation, concealer or blush. If skin problems persist, get a dermatologist’s professional advice; it’s better to treat the problem straight away than to put it on hold into a waiting box. Some other tips for the beauty of your skin include: use facial masks 2 or 3 times a week (choose masks according to your skin type), and exfoliate your skin regularly (we are not only talking about exfoliating your facial skin, exfoliate your whole body.

3) Healthy eating and water

Good food is important not only for the beauty of our skin but also for our body’s overall health. We are what we eat. Therefore healthy and balanced diet should be our faithful, lifelong friend. Make sure you eat fresh fruits and vegetables every day and healthy fats and proteins; these are so important for our beauty. And, of course, our best friend is water! Try to drink about 8 glasses of water a day and also treat yourself with a green or white tea from time to time, because these are rich in antioxidants and will help your skin look fresh and young for a very long time, even without makeup.

4) Smile and love yourself

A smile will instantly help you to feel and look pretty, even if you don’t have any makeup on! As Audrey Hepburn once said: “The prettiest girl is the happiest one!” Smile every time you look in the mirror, smile at people you see on the street, and, in general, let the smile be your favorite accessory – you will see how the whole world will start smiling back at you! Love yourself. Accept yourself fully and completely. I love the way you look with or without makeup because you are truly unique and beautiful! Remember it!

5) What about your hair?

If you want to look pretty with no makeup on – it’s important to take good care of your hair and keep your hair color close to natural. Try to keep your hair in great condition by using right hair care products that are suitable for your hair type, and do hair masks and oil treatments regularly. Nothing can be more beautiful than silky and shiny locks!

Jennie Gray

Food geek. Certified beer advocate. Troublemaker. Bacon guru. Freelance analyst. Alcoholaholic. Hockey fan, shiba-inu lover, DJ, vintage furniture lover and New School grad. Performing at the intersection of modernism and elegance to create not just a logo, but a feeling. German award-winning designer raised in Austria & currently living in New York City.

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