An artist depicts a personal world through his/her own distinctive lens. Hajra Mansoor looks at everything from an aesthetic paradigm; she perceives the beauty all around her. Her art is mostly about beauty, technique, perfection and quality. There is no social statement or slogan other than aesthetic appeal for its own sake.
She derives her inspirations from Asian ideals of beauty and focuses on promoting and enhancing them by exaggerating the features like big, coloured eyes, very clear skin with a tinge of pink and delicate lips along with articulating hand gestures.
Some of the women in the paintings are seen beautifying themselves, just as if they are expecting a loved one. The figures are seen combing their hair, holding a kohl (surma) box or putting on their jewellery. Others are painted with different birds like pigeons or peacocks, as if sharing their secrets of love with them.