Why Keldamuzik calls herself a Diva?
Let’s take you to the back story of this term. Beauty is all about the celebration of confidence and uniqueness in your own skin. Social media, magazines, and brands tell us otherwise. They objectify and set fake standards for generations to follow. Beauty has been studied, analyzed, and controversial for decades. We have all faced challenges and criticism for not being the perfect version that society tells us to be.
As a growing-up teenager, I had issues with my appearance. When I went to middle school and started growing up, there were no more Disney shirts and bright-colored pants with Mickey Mouse shoes. I had to change all of that including my attitude. Girls were wearing tight-fitted pants, small shirts to show their cleavage, and wearing makeup. I wasn’t used to any of that and I felt out of place. I also felt pressure as if I need to look a certain way in order to have friends. Then there were those celebrities that all the girls looked up to. At the time TLC, DaBrat, Brandy, Monica, and Aaliyah were all popular promoting beauty. I was one of those girls where I just couldn’t catch up to any of that. I couldn’t even do my hair right, I was dipping my bangs in Kool-Aid trying to be like everyone else and it failed.
I even tried using eyeliner and lipliner and I just couldn’t get it. As I grew older, I started to dive more into the idea of “beauty”, what it means, what people are attracted to, and what guys liked. I started letting my friends dress me up and do my hair and I used to show up to school looking like a different person. People actually were talking to me and saying how cool I looked. Well, I didn’t like that kind of attention because it wasn’t genuine. I realized, people only spoke to me because of how I looked and not for who I am.
I began to focus more on personal development, who I want to be, and what I stand for, and the more my career picked up in music, I gradually came into my own and called myself Diva. To me, Diva is a female that cares more about her inner beauty than outer beauty. Her mind, body, and soul are what make her the elegant woman that she is, regardless of what’s on the outside. Diva is a hard-working independent woman that knows how to get that bag the way she wants to. Overall, ladies do not be fooled by what you see on TV, “beauty” is supposed to be who you want to be naturally. Beauty is not about having beautiful skin, or body. It’s about what’s inside. In my opinion, beauty should not be skin deep, it should be beyond the skin, something beneath it something eternal and everlasting.
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