Beauty is in the Eye of the beholder

Beauty is often defined as a subjective feeling or aesthetic quality of certain objects that make those objects enjoyable to perceive. These objects may be nature, human creations or works of art. Beauty, along with beauty appreciation, is presently the most popular subject of aesthetics, among the many branches of science. However, aesthetics has an even more fundamental and important social component. As a consequence, aesthetics contributes importantly to contemporary politics.

People’s aesthetic tastes and attitudes can be quite complex and contradictory. A common thread, however, unites all people who have different preferences when it comes to beauty. People want to be around people who look like them. People want to be around beautiful things. If you ask someone what he or she looks like or what he or she does for a living, almost everyone will say that they are very happy with their current circumstances.

The search for the most beautiful person in the world is an eternal quest. No one can say with certainty that he or she is not a beautiful person. Beauty is subjective; it varies from person to person, place to place and event to event. Aesthetic value judgments on the basis of appearance can certainly change with time and circumstance. There is no denying that beauty comes in many different forms: physical attractiveness, facial attractiveness, hair or body hair, tallness or shortness, skin color, attractiveness in different positions or aspects, etc.

However, the most important thing to remember is that beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. I believe that you can feel beautiful only if you see yourself as beautiful. If you feel that you are beautiful, then you probably are. This is because our visual sense filters everything based on our experience and perspective of the world. If we see other people as beautiful, we feel attractive.

You should never let beauty is determined by what others tell you that you “should” look like. You should be self-aware and accept that beauty is not a physical trait, but a perception, a story that you have created about who you are and that others may see differently. Make-up, clothing, jewelry, cosmetics and even your personality should be determined by what makes you feel beautiful.

Just remember that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. We all have different ideas of beauty. You don’t need to stand in front of a mirror for hours just to figure out what kind of beauty you might feel more attracted to. When you do find it, embrace it with all your heart, because that’s the only way to really know if you are a beautiful person. Never let anyone ever tell you that you are not beautiful, because if they do, you will know right then and there that you were right.