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Dare To Be The Most Beautiful Girl In The Room

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We’ve all heard it before – beauty is an inside job.
 
And yet, women around the globe continue to feel inadequate because of society’s imposed beauty standards.

Just think about the consistent problem of body shaming

Being beautiful goes beyond your appearance. It’s discovering new sources from which you’ll draw your confidence to reflect your beauty.

You’ll learn that you’re beautiful in your unique way. 

Are you brave enough to have all eyes on you? A little shift in perception is all you need to dare to be the most beautiful girl in the room.


Dare To Be The Most Beautiful Girl In The Room


1. Understand every era has a different definition of beauty

Remember the ’80? 

Beauty was all about big, sprayed, frizzy hair back then. 

Thick and Full Brow was the trend, and Madonna was everybody’s goddess.

It’s important to understand that the concept of beauty has changed through eras and was always had a mixture of cultural and social factors. 

Today, we are influenced mainly by the Western concept of beauty or the norms of various subcultures. 

The key to being the most beautiful girl in the room isn’t blindly following trends or being a copycat. 

It’s about building a look that matches your personality and aesthetic sense. That’s the only way you’ll feel good in your skin.

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2. Address the skin issues you’re bothered by

Many women struggle with skin conditions (e.g., acne, psoriasis), which may disrupt mental health.

The link between psychology and our skin is strong, and the field of psychodermatology is developing to further examine the nature of this connection.

We find people with clear complexions more attractive as it is one of the indicators of good health. 

Skin reflects our overall lifestyle. From the amount of sleep we get and water intake to eating habits and whether or not we use sunscreen. 

Most women have skin discolorations and eye wrinkles as a direct consequence of poor sun protection.

If you feel self-conscious, you can consider taking care of pigmentation permanently or simply turn to makeup.

A medium coverage foundation is a quick solution one can use daily. 

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3. Be active and give yourself some tough love

We tend to fall into a vicious cycle of beating ourselves up about our imperfections.

We’re definitely capable of changing them. 

If you feel uncomfortable about your excess weight, sign up for a gym membership and commit to a workout regime.

Exercising has many benefits. 

You’ll feel good about the results you’ve achieved, and the toned body will give you a boost in confidence. 

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4. Unconventional beauty approach: your chance to stand out

Speaking of skin, learn a lesson from Winnie Harlow.

She’s a model with a skin condition called vitiligo, which produces pigmentation patches.

Despite her condition, she became a successful model.

The world is more open to welcoming diverse beauty. 

Alicia Keys’ “no-makeup movement” or Stefania Ferrario’s #droptheplus campaign in which she demands the fashion world to drop the “plus size” term?

Powerful.

These are just some examples of women who dared change the definition of beauty.

Women who dare to be the most beautiful girl in the room are to be admired, respected, and honored.

Because it takes a lot of courage to step in front of the crowd and be your authentic self, risking the bashing and trolling.

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Final Thoughts

Fashion and physical appearance have always been great ways to express yourself.

It’s often challenging to disregard the hurtful voices that say you’re not good enough.

Whether they come from others or evolved and became internalized. 

Your self-perception of yourself plays a huge role here.

The level of attractiveness is not just about your physical appearance but is rooted in how you feel about yourself. 

That is one of the things you should work on.

You will turn heads effortlessly when you dare to be the most beautiful girl in the room. 




About the author:

Mia Taylor is a fashion and beauty enthusiast from Sydney and a writer for www.highstylife.com. She loves writing about her life experiences. Traveling and enjoying other cultures and food with her husband is a big part of her life. She is always on the lookout for new trends in fashion and beauty and considers herself an expert in lifestyle tips. 

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24 comments

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  1. I think the body shaming is reflection of how frustrated people are about their own apperarance or how unhappy they are in general.
    It sure is great that the society is more open to diverse beauty!

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    1. I agree, Tamago. Thanks for reading and sending the feedback!

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  2. Lovely post dear! Have a great weekend! xx

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  3. very beautiful post and pics
    new post on my blog <<< fashion blogger >>>
    have an happy day, kisses

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  4. Excellent post. Food for thought. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. A great entry, I love your blog !!! happy day!!!
    💚💚💚

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  6. So interesting post!
    Have a nice week-end!
    Gil Zetbase

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    1. Thank you Gil, glad you like it :)
      Have a lovely day!

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  7. Great definition of beauty.

    Thanks

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  8. Thanks a lor for all these lovely tips!


    xoxo
    www.bellezzefelici.blogspot.com

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  9. I love the title of that book. It's amazing how much different an impression someone makes when she feels like she's beautiful. That inner confidence really makes a difference.

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  10. I love that Winnie is successful regardless of her skin issues. Goes to show that we are all beautiful and need to stop beating ourselves up.


    http://www.fashionablyidu.com/

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  11. Definitely important to believe in ourselves and feel good about who we are- both inside and out. Beauty has a million different looks. :)
    ~Jess

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  12. So true, especially how there are different versions of beauty over time.

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  13. The older I get the more my years sunbathing as a teenager are catching up with me. Lux, Thanks for hosting Mia! This was very helpful!

    Julie

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  14. Thank you all for lovely comments!

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  15. I strongly believe that the real beauty comes from within. Once we find it it makes us glow :)

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  16. Very great piece... how we condition & see the inside, will be what's reflected on the outside. xx

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