gentleman to do it because it demonstrates a sense of respect.
like a princess.
I think defining your "pretty space" is definitely important. Not only can it define our outer beauty, but it can also provide a space to reflect on your inner beauty. My mother always had a dressing table, as did both of my grandmothers. I grew up watching them prepare for their day by slathering on creams, powders and lipsticks and practicing their dazzling smiles in their hand mirrors! It was just what a lady did!
I am thankful that I was blessed with a daughter who continues to offer me beauty advice. On her recent visit to Texas, we discussed new make-up tips. I told her I thought I needed to change and update my make-up since I was turning yet another year older in this new decade of the 60's! Oy vey, again! With her advice, I have new beauty products that I adore! I refuse to go gently into the senior generation. I want to sparkle and shine for years to come, both inside and out, just like my precious and Divine Miss M!