PQs beauté pure
photography | Mila Ritz
words | Rozwell
Many of us fear the idea of natural beauty because, frankly, we are not Gisele. Many of us also know that men are relatively simple creatures. They want to be fed, satisfied in bed, have a fulfilling job and a partner on their arm who they love and like to look at, right? Easy peasy. And, come to think of it, that’s all pretty much anyone wants! That said, men have varying preferences when it comes to the look their lady friends have and we’re learning that more and more men like a woman with more natural beauty, fashion sense and confident.
“Beautiful is a woman who has a distinctive personality; one who can laugh at anything, including themselves, and one who is especially kind and caring to others. She is a woman, who above all else, knows the value of having fun, and not taking life too seriously. She is a woman that you can trust and count on to brighten your day. She is a woman who can inexplicably make you feel really good just by being around her, and yet brings such great sadness when she is gone. She is a woman who I will never really get to know.”
“Something that the human race has forgotton. Beautiful is often used synonymusly with hot or sexy. This is not the case. No body fat and unhumanly large breast does no make a girl beatiful. Beauty is a pure, non-sexual thing. It comes from the right combination of personality, confidence, and (of course) physical attraction. ”
“Beauty is something that few understand and fewer possess. You can do more than see it, it is felt within you. It is the expression of your soul in the light. When you see something you find truly beautiful it is like the feeling of being in love; inexplicable, strong, and pure.”
“Everything about her is mesmerizing. Her smile and laugh can stop you dead in your tracks, and her eyes seem to light up the world when they smile. Everything about her redefines perfect. She has to ability to make anyone forget how to breathe. She may cause stomach sickness, headaches, inability to think, weakness of joints/bones- making it hard to stand up straight near her.”