Dr. Martin Luther King wasn’t the only person with a vision for mankind. Mere mortals like myself tend to have visions of grandeur that transform the human race, but in a very different way. The only difference in our dreams is my dream involves makeup and people. However, don’t get it twisted! My dreams are just as surreal.
Every night I dream about all I would do if I had all the makeup in the world. All the good I could do to beautify all of the female inhabitants therein. I dream about every woman on earth being contoured to death! Every little girl would be wearing pink lips daily! Every grandma, no matter the age, would be wearing fifty shades of red. Don’t you dare think my dreams are silly. They are very significant.
Just like Martin Luther King, Jr. I know my dream would make a difference in the world, too. All women would feel beautiful and confident. Women would feel empowered and special. The makeup that I would share with the world would make every woman colorful and picturesque. The world would truly be more beautiful. We would look at people differently and view the world differently because all women would be visually pretty.
My dreams consist of a world full of prettiness and nothing ugly. Makeup might be viewed as an external fix to some, but it is an internal fix, also. When you look extraordinarily good, you feel extraordinarily good. If makeup has the power to revamp and enhance one’s natural beauty, then I don’t think it’s wrong to envision a world in which all women have the opportunity to morph into something visually amazing.
Martin Luther King stated that the March on Washington would go down in history as “the greatest demonstration of freedom in the history of our nation.” My vision is similar, but with a twist because the same ugliness he wanted to eradicate is just like the ugliness I want to erase in the same way. Likewise, a nation filled with pretty faces and colorfulness can only make the world a better place. I have a dream to put makeup on the faces of as many women as possible one day. That’s the greatest demonstration of freedom to me. 🙂