Beauty, is said to be in the eye of the beholder. It is complex and multifaceted. For beauty as a characteristic of a person’s appearance, see Physical attractiveness.
It is not just a visual experience; it is a characteristic that provides a perceptual experience to the eye, the ear, the intellect, the aesthetic faculty, or the moral sense.
Here is no definition of beauty, but when you can see someone’s spirit coming through, something unexplainable, that’s beautiful to me. Liv Tyler
Secondly beauty and the intellect, beauty as knowledge. The more we know about a disease process the better we can manage it.
As so often it is the cosmetic companies, who are leading the research especially with sunscreens, and of course everyone who has to apply topical agents wants cosmetically acceptable ones.
We cut, wax, color, clip, pluck, straighten, shave, and curl. We lift, curl, run, squat, and sweat. We spend far too long staring back at that person in the mirror, scrutinizing, worrying, and wishing. Wishing that our stomach could be just a little bit flatter, that our arms could be a little more toned, that our legs could be longer. Wishing we could look just like that woman we see in the office.
Real, natural, strong, and powerful beauty comes from within your heart. It blossoms like a rose in spring and encourages such an alluring, captivating, exquisite spirit that cannot be contained. A confident woman is a force to be reckoned with! Nothing can stop her, and nothing can get her down.
Where does Beauty Begins
The truth is, almost every woman battles to feel beautiful every single day. As a mother and daughter living in the same hurting world you live in, I also struggle to feel beautiful at times. But, when I begin to believe the truth of who we really are and who God made us to be, we’re set free to feel beautiful! Beauty begins in a love that never ends!
Beauty begins at the onset of creation, because all real creation stems from love. True beauty is the reflection of our creator. When we connect with that beauty, it inspires us and helps us to feel good.
If we want to feel beautiful, we need to start by changing the way we think about beauty. Our culture says beauty is all about outward appearance, but Christ says true beauty comes from the inside. True beauty starts with focusing on others. Not on our hair, clothes, or abs, but on others. So let’s fill our minds with this counter cultural truth.
Why Beauty is Important in women’s Life
Beauty Builds Confidence… and Confidence Amplifies Beauty
Beauty → Confidence → Success → Happiness!
All women deserve to be appreciated, respected, and admired. When a woman improves her appearance, an amazing thing happens. People begin to pay attention to her, listen to her, seek her company, ask her opinion. She becomes more confident, and this makes her look even better! As her confidence grows, so does the respect she receives – at work, at home, everywhere. As her insecurity falls away, she becomes more daring, self-assured, courageous; she finds she can do anything. Her life improves in every way.
There are different ways to improve your appearance but many of them – like diet, exercise, and surgery – are expensive or risky or take a lot of time.
Beauty tends to be constructed, although culturally, people prefer to pretend that it’s a sort of inborn talent, or that it comes mostly from genetics. It’s not. It comes from an appreciation of aesthetics combined with the skill needed to apply that to the body.