Aglaia is the goddess of magnificence and splender. she is the youngest of the Graces. She and Hephaestus like each other.
Aglaia is kind, loving, and forgiving . but doesn't really open up to the rest of the world a lot, she's kind of shy. She only judges someone by the heart. She also has a high amount of grace and poise, although she also can be somewhat clumsy.
She has nearly-perfect styled hair decorated with pearls, and she has a beauty mark in the center of her forehead. She wears multi-colored eyeshadow but is somewhat clumsy , so they often appear to be smudged. She wears matching dangling earrings with the same pearls in her hair.
Aglaia makes a minor appearance (and mention) in "Aphrodite the Beauty" as Hephaestus' new crush who likes him back.
- Aphrodite - Although the two have minorly interracted throughout the book, Aphrodite seems kind enough to Aglaia that she would show her an admirer.
- Hephaestus - As his crush who likes him back, Aglaia and Hephaestus get along well with each other.