“Beauty: has no definition”

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There are thousands of definitions of beauty. For some beauty lies in blossoming of flower, for some in dead leaves. Beauty lies in eyes of beholder .Beauty can be ugly, it can be sad, it can be happy there is no particular definition of beauty. There is no cosmetic of beauty like happiness. Beauty is a characteristic of a person that provides a perceptual experience of pleasure or satisfaction. An “ideal beauty” is an entity which is admired.

Standards of beauty have changed over time, based on changing cultural values. It is a concept that has haunted poets, artists and academics for centuries. Beauty has always been costly. By the time you have been plucked, pinched and enhanced, you can easily spend a fortune on the latest product or the most popular nip and tuck. According to a research a feature of beautiful women that has been explored by researchers is a waist-hip ratio of approximately 0.70. But i would say every size is the best there is no particular size that should be made ideal. A woman with size 0.80 would also look beautiful. Beauty is something which cannot be commented. People are influenced by the images they see in the media to determine what is or is not beautiful.

Some feminists and doctors have suggested that the very thin models featured in fashion magazines promote deficiency of nutrients  . Evolutionarily, it makes logical sense that sexual creatures should be attracted to mates who possess predominantly common or average features. People who appear ugly to others suffer well-documented discrimination. For some people, ugliness is a central aspect of their persona. People often say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder but i would advise you to be your own beholder. You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection. You don’t have to underestimate yourself.

Girls of all kinds can be beautiful – from the thin, plus-sized, short, very tall, ebony to porcelain-skinned; the quirky, clumsy, shy, outgoing and all in between. You just have to escape out of this narrow box of world and think outside of it. Many factors can play into personal attractiveness — the way you dress, the way you act, the way you carry yourself, even things that are hard or impossible to change, like social status and wealth, race, and body size and shape. No two faces are alike, and no two halves of a face are alike. Beauty is unfair. Not everyone can be born with great genes. Not everyone can be born symmetrical. Not everyone can be born enticingly, well, average. But obviously there are many factors contributing to attractiveness that are potentially under our control. For women, makeup does have a strong effect. In one study, women wearing makeup were approached more, and approached faster, by men. Great beauty in another person inspires all kinds of emotions: admiration, desire, hope, despair and sometimes envy.Although we all know about the benefits of being beautiful, it’s easy to forget the pitfalls. This psychological research is a reminder that beauty can be threatening. It can threaten our relationships, our work and our image of ourselves. We admire it and defer to it, but sometimes we have to defend ourselves against it.

Back in 60’s and 70’s fat women’s were considered more beautiful. But now a day’s Angelina, Deepika, Jennifer Lopez are fantasised and are role model for women. But according to me size should not be the case to classify beauty of a person. In Africa they say “if you are fat and dark in complexion then you are beautiful”. Lizzie Velásquez is an American woman with extremely rare medical condition. An on internet she is searched as “ugliest women in the world”. But after all this she is now an author and motivational speaker. So basically it is work that makes you a beautiful person not your appearance. People are influenced by the images they see in the media to determine what is or is not beautiful. Some feminists and doctors have suggested that the very thin models featured in magazines promote eating disorder . In many situations we automatically defer to beauty, assuming that along with beauty come all sorts of other positive characteristics. We have a tendency to think beautiful people are funnier, more friendly, more intelligent, more exciting, in possession of better social skills, are sexually warmer, are more interesting, poised and even more independent.

Once famous musician Adele was asked you are fat don’t you think to be in lit more shape and she replied “people love me for my voice then why change my shape i love the way i am”. I just loved the way she said that she is so proud of herself. You all have to be confident in what you are what you do that’s what defines beauty. Be your own beholder and see the positive side of yours. Pledge that you will look in the mirror and find the unique beauty in you. Don’t let others judge you. You are beautiful in your own unique way.