When you look in the mirror what do you see? Obviously you see yourself, but do you see yourself as you truly are? Studies show that most women see themselves as less than they really are. The majority of the population of women in this world are constantly pointing out their flaws, leaving out all the beautiful things about themselves. Everyone has beauty within them even if it isn’t visible at first glance.
When asked what a beautiful woman looks like, a majority of the population will describe a Photo Shopped model they’ve seen in a magazine. These people are myths, they don’ actually exist. There is not one person in this world that is perfect and that’s OK because our flaws, strengths and weaknesses are what differentiate each and everyone of us to the rest of the world.
Media doesn’t have the right to label beauty to a certain image, because there isn’t an image that shows all the different races, cultures and ethnicity. Also, you can forget about defining true beauty. Like a picture, a definition cannot possibly describe all the different characteristics that make a person beautiful.
Most people see inner beauty as a joke. Which makes sense because if you can’t see it who knows if it really exists. Men usually say that they’re attracted to someone because of the their looks but that’s not entirely true. They first look at a girl because of their looks but the attraction, that comes after they first talk to her. That’s why first impressions are so important, but don’t judge too quickly because (quoting from Facebook),’ The girl you just called fat? She has been starving herself & and has lost over 30lbs. The girl you just called ugly? She spends hours putting make-up on hoping people will like her.’ There are a few more but they aren’t relevant. Just to say that you shouldn’t be to quick to judge. Talk to a person and get to know them and their story. At that point you can start forming your opinion on them.
Fashion is another issue when it comes to beauty. Since when does the clothes we wear determine if we’re beautiful or not . People need to stop judging. Our clothes determine our personal preferences and sometimes a bit of our personality. If a piece of clothing was made, there has to be at least one other person, somewhere in the world that also liked it. It has come to the point where even religious women are being judged by what they wear. If a Muslim woman believes that the burqa or hijab should be worn, then she should have the right to wear it without being criticized.
Clothing, judgment, race, religion, culture and ethnicity shout not be the only factors that categorizes you as beautiful. Like the the word says, you need to ‘ BE-YOU’ to be beautiful.