The only way to look good is to feel good
I believe that true beauty shines from the inside out. The latest fashion and beauty products have nothing to do with it. It’s about loving yourself for who you are, not what you look like. Also about living a positive life and helping those who are in need. It’s about being the best human being you can possibly be. That’s my definition in a nutshell.
“Everything has its beauty but not everyone sees it”.
We judge the book by its cover. It’s usually untrue and unwise, but we place a great weight of importance on the first impression. In truth, a first impression offers fast, mostly visual cues, to make an assumption of another.
“Outer beauty attracts, but inner beauty captivates.”
I love the saying, “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” It’s never been truer! Especially when the fashion and entertainment industry try to shove their idea of beauty down our throats.
“No matter how plain a woman may be, if truth and honesty are written across her face, she will be beautiful.”
Once someone else has done your makeup and someone else has done your hair and someone has directed the way your body looks and then taking away your imperfections, then there’s not really much left of who you really are… You look at these ads and magazines and you see these women who look absolutely flawless and you say: Ah, I wish I could look like that, but who really looks like this… Instead of looking at other things and trying to aspire to be something else, we should just be comfortable with who we are and just try to be our best selves.
“Beauty is not in the face; beauty is a light in the heart.”
As growing girls, we are always concerned about our personal appearances and whether or not we are accepted. I have struggled with these thoughts and know that it is a dangerous situation to be in. But the truth is…is that we are not always going to be able to look our best every day of the week and be accepted by the “cool girls and boys” at school. We have to make a choice. Either to let the thoughts go, or cling on to them and be miserable. We were designed to be lights in this world, and see it change for the better.