We always, and everywhere, try to be beautiful, and in the process a mirror becomes more personal to us than we are to ourselves. The process of becoming beautiful and looking good is so rapid that what we become is just an outward us. Is being beautiful so important? Even now we see the most popular people not so good-looking, and the most beautiful people next door not so popular. Does beauty really matter? Probably it does, particularly for people who have a dying preoccupation for the body and would go to any length to safeguard it. No wonder then, despite nearly thirty years of feminism, beauty industry is a multi-billion dollar a year business. Those who make money have a mind, and those who spend have forgotten they have it.
There are plenty of women out there who spend loads of money to improve "flaws" that are so tiny and practically invisible that you'd need a magnifying glass to see what they're talking about. Call it vain or whatever but most women are suffering from one.
I do not consider myself as beautiful; just an average girl as what most people would find me. For me beauty is a very subjective topic to talk about. As they always say 'Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder'; everyone has their own take on how they define the beautiness of something or even towards a person. Ask any man what would he look for in a woman? It's a question that has baffled women for ages. What do men consider beautiful in women? And what did they find beautiful as far as looks? When it comes to physical attributes, yes the eyes have it. Well you can blame it on the media cos they show us busty females with perfect bodies plastered across our television screens, billboards, and posters, or skinny little models posing in barely there undergarments and designer clothing and we automatically think; "The woman of every man's dreams". But ask any guy and you may very well be surprised to learn those perfect bodies and skinny models are far from his dream girl.
So what gives? Personally, I think a woman who carries herself well with confidence that radiates and is comfortable in her own sexuality; that's what I call beautiful. Its the woman personality that turns head and I believe it's what men considered beautiful the most.This has much to do with ones inner beauty more than her outer beauty.You can't afford to lose sight of the big picture when it comes to it. Focus more on good things and worry less about those superficial thoughts. Least do we realize that we would look the way we are, and an expression on our face is actually the reflection of what we are from within? We can camouflage the exterior, but what can we do to the interior. Our goodness or badness, generosity or animosity, or love or hatred, all show somewhere here or somewhere there on our bodies. If we are good from within, our face reflects a mesmerizing state of goodness; if we are not, we clearly show it through our expressions.We should value inner beauty as much as it does value outer beauty. Beauty is nothing but a mindset, and you are actually a positive or a negative mindset when you look beautiful, or do not.