Value yourself for who you truly are, be confident in yourself and take pride in the fact that you are a perfectly imperfect person, beautiful and real just as you are.Beauty is looking deep into your soul and knowing who you are inside.The trick, if there is one, should be to cultivate both sides of oneself and try not to let one suffer.
Erase the words ‘fat’, ‘skinny’, ‘pimply’, ‘ugly’, and anything else of a self-degrading nature from your vocabulary and realize that you are so much more than a made-up face.What about this image of the ideal woman that has been presented to the world through the eyes of Disney? Outer beauty is thought to be something that you are born with. Those attractive features that make people notice you in a crowd.Is it mere animation, or does it ill prepares females for life so that every one of them, somewhere in the recesses of her heart, is really clinging to the hope that relief will show up one day on a white horse or with a magic wand? A face, a figure, outer beauty is basically about flesh and bone. The important question is what it is going to take for us to accept ourselves ‘our knobby kneed, buck-toothed, pear-shaped, big-footed, squinty-eyed, frizzy-haired, imperfect, genuine selves?Those who choose not to engage in such practices are considered strange and they may have difficulty in attracting members of the opposite sex.Even in Western society, some very strange ideas of beauty of have emerged and disappeared.Seeing beautiful things and people makes us happy, as shallow as this may be.On the other hand, being beautiful on the inside should be given much more importance in modern societies.Super sized mammaries and posteriors waver in and out of the trends as do thigh gaps and other unreasonable proportions.Despite this, there is some relevance to wanting to possess and be surrounded by physical attractiveness.These traits my be innate or learned, internal or external.Through exposure to several environmental factors, we decide which of these are most important to us.