Mirrors are not the enemy. Or are they?
Selfies are so much more telling. Plus they can be manipulated, cropped, filtered.
Black and white imagery is making a come-back. Like the good old days.
Were they the good old days?
There were no selfies then.
Mirrors have this mirror image that confuse and disorient. Distort. Invite critique from the worst critic.
And they need constant wiping.
Mirrors are annoying. Avoid at all cost.
It’s better that way.
Yes. Unless you have to style your hair. Or pluck something.
Do it and move on.
The internet is full of selfies. In various stages of dress or undress. Why do people share?
Why do people over-share?
I know why, I’m asking you.
The first one is the hardest. But also the easiest. It’s complicated.
A wake-up call, of sorts. But it gets easier with practice.
Tip: timers are useful.
Self, first. Always.
The others, they matter too. But not at first. They matter later.
There is no selfie of Cassandra here. Have you noticed this?
But she’s here. She’s real. And she woke up.