“Beauty is the purgation of superfluities.”
A first impression is very important, particularly for those who seek out a Mistress for the first time which can be a daunting experience in itself. Why am writing this? Because there can be some issues when you view a Mistress’ website.
Even if you have the luxury of seeing photos of the Mistress you are contacting, how do you really know those photos are recent and not 10+ years old? Do photos give you an accurate impression of what you can expect when you meet in person?
I have heard many horror stories from subs and slaves who have been told one thing over the phone by a Mistress, have seen photos on their website which they assume are current, only to turn up to their arranged session to find that the Mistress has not been entirely honest about themselves.
My intention for having many photos on My website and in My galleries is precisely for that reason – to give potential slaves and subs a more accurate idea of what they can expect when they see Me in person for the very first time. I have always considered photos to be a veracious reflection which speak for themselves. How wrong have I been!
On so many occasions over the last few years I have had new slaves and subs I have not played with before, tell Me that My website does not do Me justice after they meet Me in person. The surprising expression on their faces as I open My door says it all. And I am not talking about a horrified expression because I am not what they are expecting, quite the opposite. The reality of Me in the flesh quite obviously far outweighs any representation of Me in photographic form.
The conclusion I have arrived at from the countless repetitions of this phenomenon is: that a photo can only give a superficial interpretation of the real person which is useful as a guide. True beauty is fully revealed in the flesh. Don’t worry, you will not see Me as size 12 in My photos and then discover I am really size 18 in the flesh!
Personality cannot be hidden in the flesh, flaws cannot be photoshopped out in the flesh. It is very easy to disguise any imperfections in a photograph which most of U/us are well aware of. I am humbled by the generous compliments I have received and thank those subservients for their sincere words of flattery which were not expressed to curry favour. It has given Me a greater insight into the infallible nature of photographs.