There is a fundamental problem in the way most people see beauty. Experts say we should not obsess to have the “perfect” body or “perfect” look. They could not be more wrong. Instead, we should consider, what is perfect? Who decided what is perfect? And what is the ulterior motive or hidden agenda to promote this so-called “perfection”? The truth of the matter is that there is no such thing as perfect. There has never been, and never will be. That women kill themselves, it’s not perfection, but merely a set of arbitrary standards. This standardization was highlighted by certain forces who have no interest in women’s health “or welfare.
I do not know about you, but I’m not a bath or a bed sheet that is necessary to be a certain size or shape to achieve his goal. Have you ever wondered who creates ridiculous standards of beauty as a hair color or body shape some? How can it be a single set of standards is good, then too bad for the rest of us? Who decides what the “perfect nose” looks like? Nose we should all aspire to have, regardless of our many other features? Magazines earn their billions of dollars in advertising revenue generated by cosmetic manufacturers who make their billions of dollars selling products we make our nose look more “perfect”, or plastic surgeons who sculpt our noses in the “perfect” shape and size. Their strategy is to constantly keep women feeling inadequate and the search for some unattainable standards to keep sales up.
Consider this madness: What if we had standards of beauty for FLOWERS! What is a “perfect” flower? What if they said it is cotton candy pink, with petals oblong of 1.25 inch, 3 mm thick? So if we all run and dye all the pretty yellow, orange, purple or white flowers in our gardens to match those pink cotton candy? And how about we go with our scissors and cut the large flower petals or add extensions petals flower petals so small that they meet the standard of 1.25 inches just so they can be considered as “perfect”?
Stop this madness and appreciate the beauty you have. Blond hair and a skinny ass is not beauty. Some people have beautiful blond hair and a skinny ass, yes. But some people have ugly butt blond hair and a skinny ass. Some people drop-dead gorgeous do not have blond hair and a skinny ass. The sets of standards can not possibly determine whether a person is beautiful or not. We do not do that with flowers, so why do it with yourself?
The outward signs of beauty, such as clear skin, shiny hair and strong nails are a reflection of overall health. Happiness and confidence play a huge role in the beauty. Happy people tend to have a sparkle in their eyes and a special magnetism that draws others sensual to them regardless of how they look. Taking care of yourself is the most important number in the event of external beauty. Here is a guide step by step to break free from the clutches of the greedy beauty industry and start enjoying your true beauty.
• Completely and unequivocally stop all commercial media as a reliable source of information on what is beautiful and what is not. Watch the media for entertainment purposes only and assume that there is no truth whatsoever to the messages you get him on the beauty. LAUGHTER! Whenever you see and hear the messages of praise for certain looks and attempts to establish a specific archetype of women such as, but not limited to things like, blond hair, bodies are underweight , and pointed chin. The same goes for negative attempts to set up the feminine archetype by excluding or making other unacceptable physical characteristics which are not manufactured in their female ridiculous (Barbie) archetype.
• Remember that fat does not mean ugly and skinny is not pretty.
• Start looking for the beauty of a more subjective. Look at each physical characteristic in perspective with all other characteristics. For example, you may not think that a large nose can not look cute all by itself, but on the right side creamy dark chocolate, it will probably be absolutely beautiful.
• Be kind to yourself and others. Do not judge everyone you see. It is not necessary to avoid paying attention to the air altogether, but try not constantly focused primarily on looks. Let yourself be noticed non-physical beauty in yourself and others.
• Choose your least three attractive features. Consider them carefully: Are your thoughts negative on these features because they are really bad for you? Or is it just because someone else said he was ugly or that you heard someone criticize a similar feature on someone else? Have you been told day, day after day, verbally or nonverbally, intentionally or otherwise offensive, as the characteristic in question is unacceptable simply because it is not on the list of “desirable” attributes as determined by industry ? For example, attributes such as the front tooth gap, thick hair, freckles, or a figure succulent are not ugly, but the beauty industry wants you to think and to sell you something. Perhaps the least attractive features are not so bad after all. If they are indeed bad, just get over it. Do not focus on 24/7. You have a lot of other things that make you beautiful.
• While it is good to use cosmetics to enhance your looks, stop giving your money to companies that portray only certain body types and limited features that beautiful and expressly or impressly you say that you are inadequate because you do not meet the standards they themselves set. Stop buying products that are based on the objectification and exploitation of women and girls to peddle their wares organs. And, going further and write about the companies and explain to them exactly why you put them into bankruptcy.
• View photos of celebrities without makeup online. They make you feel like a beauty queen! Have you seen Pamela Anderson without painting? Whoa.
Only you have the power to change your attitude about the beauty and when you succeed and make everyone around you take notice. They will not know if you have a haircut, bleached teeth, or if you fell in love. All they’ll notice is that special glow from you as a result of your beauty and confidence newly found true.