Before diving into questions regarding beauty consciousness, it is important to take a look at what “beauty” actually means. By definition of most dictionaries, it refers to a combination of qualities that satisfy the senses, especially sight. It is mostly connected with love and is considered to be one of the primary reasons for its existence. But does beauty have to be maintained for the sole purpose of attaining the love of others? Keep reading to find out!
One of the hundred reasons why people fail to maintain pulchritude is because they believe themselves to be “not worth it”. The first step towards success in anything is to treat yourself with love because there is only one version of you, and there is nobody who could love you more than you. Stop treating yourself infernally and start loving yourself for who you are. If you don’t take care of yourself and your countenance , nobody else will. Most believe that self-care, in physical terms, takes up a lot of time and energy that can be utilized in other ways. of course, taking care of your countenance at home would include taking up a lot of energy and diligence but there are always other options open. You can always feel free to walk into a trusted salon, in order to spoil yourself with external attention.
Having a well maintained self, will make you appealing to those around you, but does it help you mentally? of course it does. When you take care of your countenance, you would be more self-confident, knowing that less of your physical flaws are being displayed for judgement. The biggest problem for women in the past, with concern to self-confidence, was acne. Acne makes your face look less attractive, increasing the chances of you being mentally scarred. But thanks to developments in beauty treatments, you can feel free to opt for microdermabrasion, a process that works for many other skin problems other than acne, which exfoliates your skin, making it softer and brighter. A brighter skin always contributes to a brighter you!
Our body is the only visible aspect of us.
Though most of us believe that exterior beauty doesn’t define who we are. But as a matter of fact, our bodies are the only visible representative of ourselves so it is our duty to give our representatives the best of our care.
In conclusion, though most people view beauty consciousness as being a negative trait and an utter waste of time as it is conjectured to revolve around pleasing the sights of other people, I think it is imperative to be beauty conscious as there is only one version of you and you’ve got to do your best to take care of yourself, as nobody would opt to do it for you but you.