I say its wrong cause beauty isn't one thing it comes in many forms.
Each one of us during our life time become 'romantic idiot' at least once.
I completely agree, beauty is neither in the face or on the body contrary to the beliefs of the world today.<br />
according adverts using this product will lighten your skin, cover your flaws, make your hair shine or give you a tan, it will make you stand out...it'll make you "BEAUTIFUL" <br />
But will it make you look like the trollop modelling it in the advert...no...is she beautiful...NO! <br />
She's not beautiful because she hides her true self, in fact she's ugly.<br />
So why does media say she's beautiful, so you buy their products and keep thier sales figures up. duh!<br />
When you were a child you wore no make-up, you were beautiful, innocent and a ray of light, so what changed?<br />
The media changed you!<br />
Beauty comes from the heart, its comes from kindness, intelligence, modesty,dignity and a general sense of happyness. <br />
Appreciating the small things in life, being happy with who you are and never wanting more, beauty is all around us (do you see it?)
I say you are right...!
I have met a handful of people whose heart-light is so bright that their faces shine and their eyes sparkle. It is a joy and a blessing to be their presence.
u r right
Many people say so, but not many live by it....
Beauty is light in the heart of the beholder.<br />
Someone/ something beautiful to one, may not appeal to the other.
If that's true, beauty must be pretty much dead by now.
Totally disagree, There have been many studies conducted that show men and woman have a common approach to what they consider beutifull and ugly and that butifull people are shown preferantial treatement in everything form job interviews to court judgements
I agree, for the most part. There can be superficial beauty too though.
Body, face, those kinds of things.
I know. I agree, inner is what counts.