Beauty is all about perception. It is a term that refers to a physical attribute of a person, place, thing, or idea. Throughout the ages, perception of the beauty of the female human form has changed to follow societal inclinations. There is truth to the statement that beauty if only skin deep, for beauty again is only the physical perception of a human being.
Letting your hair dry naturally is the best way to prevent heat damage. Hair care accessories such as curling irons, hair dryers and straightening irons will damage your hair if used daily. When a blow dryer is a necessity, use it on the lowest setting. Doing this ensures your hair will remain soft and smooth.
Studies have shown that people find beauty in symmetry. If you want to appear more beautiful, do what you can to maintain this symmetry. Whether that means in your makeup application or your hair, moustache or beard, be certain that your right and left sides are mirror images.
Give yourself a quick facial at home by filling a bowl with hot water, and then steaming your face over it with a towel draped over your head. This will open your pores and help to eliminate black heads. Follow with a cold water rinse to close the pores and continue your makeup routine.
Keep rosewater in your beauty supply kit. Rosewater is a remedy with roots in antiquity. Rosewater has many uses, from soothing sunburn to helping cure allergic rashes. It is the best toner you could use on your own skin. Apply daily after cleaning to tighten skin’s appearance and remove excess oil.
Everyone’s perception of beauty is different. Where one person finds beauty in frozen lakes and snow-capped mountains, another can find beauty in the barren and stark landscape of the desert. Where one woman finds chest hair on men beautiful, another may find beauty in a shaved skull. Beauty is all about the person who perceives the beauty.