Yes, I’m beautiful.

Meet Nora. She’s perfect.
But when she goes home everyday, and lets her hair down and washes off her makeup, she stops being perfect.


You can choose whether or not if that’s true, but the real Nora is the imperfect. It’s easy to be fake and it’s easy to be real, but the hard part is having to change. This picture does not show the real Nora, it shows fake Nora and Nora going through change. She’s wiping her mask off. During this transition she’s at her ugliest. But, despite what everyone, including Nora, thinks, she’s most beautiful without the mask.


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