By Cecilia Madonna Young
official ambassador of L’Oreal Paris, tais araujo Esbanja personality, beauty and charisma. Atriz, meanwhile, confesses that not all sit down isso – same appearing for third party eyes. Like any other woman, Taís finds herself in the same dilemma of being at all times trying to validate herself as any other current human being.
Self-esteem, second to the actress, is a daily job. “Sometimes, I agree, I don’t look like someone without make-up, without anything, and I say: ‘poxa, tô bonita’. But I also had moments when I heard myself and spoke: ‘my God, this is a tragedy’, she confessed.
Today, Taís believes that the best thing to do is not have a single definition of beauty imprisoned in your head. Isso showed a beautiful tactic when the subject is compared – something that all of us are victims of doing frequently. “Before, or that the tinha na cabeça was a standardized idea – having that impeccable hair from which I just left the beach, being very lean… Things that I would never achieve. It was too far away, I could say that it was impossible.”
Oiling her beauty in her own thermos is not of personal importance to Taís, as it is also something she tries to show off her work – from her partnership with L’Oréal Paris at her posts on social networks. A final, or human being, according to her, is much greater than any superficial and subjective imposition of third parties.
What or reason for this “lei” rooted in the position of being real and insecure? Part of the fact of Taís has been placed in caixinhas throughout his career: “I was already a very new and inexperienced actress who appears bare on television. Já went to that she was not talented, that she was only pretty. I was just a pretty woman who married Lázaro Ramos who is very talented and special. Then suddenly, as a theater, I was placed in the place of talented and award-winning. Afterwards, I was intelligent, ativista and courageous… Always um ‘like she is so, like she is here’.” This is something that Taís has to deal with in his entire life as a public figure and, several times, he showed himself as something longer than reality of the actress.
As the social networks progress, Taís finds a way to position herself as she really is: a woman of diverse facets and characteristics. “I am glad that the social networks come and give people a chance to show themselves. I feel responsible for saying: ‘gallery, I can be that which you call my hand, but I’m not that’. serious phallus High river. Phallus shit. I have fun, I make mistakes and I’m caught. E está todo bien.” Isso does not want to say that Taís is not careful about what to show and not to show in her accounts – she prefers to focus on work than exporting any kind of very personal matter.
Finally, Taís perceives a change between the relationship that the generation of the subject with the beauty and the current generation. “Today in the day, everything is debated and I have many movements in prol do da beleza sem padrão.” She cites the example of her daughter, eighty years old, who is not in doubt that her curly hair is beautiful, and that she knows that she can use it however she wants. “I am learning for hell with this new generation. People are going to rebuild another society that is going to be good for everyone ”, she concludes.
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