Beauty Is Only Skin-Deep But Your Feelings Aren’t

You shouldn’t be concerned with what other people think of your appearance. All that matters is what you think, so any changes you make to yourself should be for your personal happiness and nobody else’s. Of course, everybody’s lack of confidence comes from a different source so it’s important to find yours. Not all of the points mentioned in this article will apply to you but if something pops up that makes you say, “yes, I’ve felt that way” then maybe our helpful suggestions will guide you towards being happy with your beauty.


Picture Source


Your posture.

When it comes to feeling more confident about the way you look, you might be surprised to find that there’s a lot you can do with what you’ve already got. Confidence is all about the image you project. If you start to work on your posture, for example, you might find that you give off a more confident air not just to other people but to yourself; it’s a self-serving cycle. You’ll see how strong and confident you look in the mirror and that’ll make you feel more confident.


Picture Source


Your brows.

In the modern age, whether you’re a man or a woman, eyebrows have become a very important aspect of a person’s appearance. It’s hard to say when the sudden focus on this aspect of our faces became such a vital aspect of beauty and fashion but here we are. Of course, very few people have naturally “perfect” brows (what is “perfect” anyway?). Your eyebrows might be too bushy, too thin, the wrong color, or connected in the middle. There is no ideal style of brow but if you’re unhappy with the way yours look then you could get yourself a proper kit to deal with them. Yet again, it’s okay to make some personal changes to what mother nature gave you.


Picture Source


Your hairstyle.

Many of us are self-conscious about our hairstyles. You see a picture or a YouTube tutorial and tell yourself that you want your hair to look like that. You spend about 20 minutes trying to recreate the look and then give up in frustration because you realize it just isn’t happening. Still, there are always non-natural and non-damaging ways to accentuate or alter your hairstyle if mother nature hasn’t given you the type of hair you wanted. You could look into tape in hair extensions if you always struggle to grow your locks out to lusciously long lengths. You could even invest in a pair of straighteners if your naturally curly hair is frustrating you. The point is that you don’t have to “make do” with your natural hairstyle; get the look that makes you feel confident.


Picture Source


Your figure.

Whilst there are a million different ways to style your hair, eyebrows, face, and fashion, it’s generally the topic of body image which gives people the most self-confidence. Of course, this is ridiculous too because everybody comes in different shapes and sizes and there’s no singular “perfect” body shape. Your goal shouldn’t be to overeat or to starve yourself. A balanced and healthy diet should be your only goal.


If you’re naturally curvaceous or naturally skinny then be proud either way. The only thing that matters is having a healthy body on the inside. Make sure you keep a consistent diet; fluctuating between eating very little and then binging on food is unhealthy. You want to keep your weight relatively consistent and focus simply on keeping your body active every day. Even a brisk walk will do.


I'd love to hear from you

%d bloggers like this: