This Blog Post is written for BeautyBeyondBones.
Anthony Sicilia February 23, 2016
To the everyday reader of women’s magazines, sometimes the perception of beauty can be lost even before a single photo is taken. Over the past few weeks, I have taken the time to cover this issue, awkward pause. Some of the readers may think what do I know about how to be beautiful? You’re a man… What do I know about getting my hair cut, lipstick and eye liner applied to my face? The answer is ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!
However as a man, I can sympathize and the reason why is because I will not be on the cover of GQ Magazine and if by some odd chance I do make the cover of Time Magazine, I would probably lose my watch.
I have spent sometime trying to get the bottom of the question of what makes a woman beautiful. How does a person go about defining what’s beautiful and what just doesn’t make the cut?
The answer lies within what the industry desires. To get to the heart of the issue, I spoke with a former classmate of mine, who of course knows a little bit about the power of a photograph. For argument sake, let’s call my interviewee “Lilly” Lilly is a wonderful person, who has a wealth of experience when it comes to being in front of a camera. Yes, Lilly is beautiful, that’s a given but if I may be so bold such as to say, Lilly also has a beautiful attitude about life. Here is Lilly’s response when I asked her about what it is like to be a model?