Natural beauty vs artificial beauty
I’m sure you’ve heard that “beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” It’s true. However, beauty can be more than just what someone else sees on the outside; it’s also how you feel on the inside. That’s what I mean when I talk about natural beauty vs artificial beauty. Natural beauty is something that comes from within us; it doesn’t change with trends or seasons! Artificial beauty is all about changing yourself according to what society thinks you should look like and how they want you to act as well as who they want YOU to be.
Natural beauty vs artificial beauty
Natural beauty is a good thing, and artificial beauty is a bad thing. Natural beauty is good for you, but artificial beauty isn’t. Natural beauty is fun and exciting, whereas artificial beauty is boring and tedious–and it’s not even real!
Natural beauty can be found in nature: flowers are beautiful because they’re naturally beautiful; trees are tall and strong because they grow naturally; the sun shines bright on warm days because that’s how things work when they’re left alone by humans who try to mess with them (which we shouldn’t do).
What is natural beauty?
Natural beauty is a great thing. It’s the kind of beauty that says “real,” and it should be celebrated as such. Natural beauty isn’t fake or manipulated, but rather just the way you look naturally.
If someone tells you that they don’t like your natural look, they’re probably just jealous because they wish they could have your beautiful face as well!
What is artificial beauty?
Artificial beauty is just another way of saying “fake” or “manipulated.” This is the kind of beauty that you see in magazines and on TV, where models have been photoshopped to look taller and thinner than they actually are. It’s almost always sponsored by the companies who make the products sold in the fashion industry–even if it’s not directly stated as such.
If you want to be beautiful, then why would you trust these companies? They will tell you what to wear and how to wear it; they’ll tell you how much makeup is too much or too little; they’ll tell which hairstyles are acceptable (and unacceptable). In short: they take away your individuality by dictating what YOU should look like instead of letting YOU choose how YOU want to look!
Natural beauty can be achieved by avoiding products that are not good for you such as tanning beds, fake nails and cosmetic surgery.
Natural beauty can be achieved by avoiding products that are not good for you. This includes tanning beds, fake nails and cosmetic surgery.
If you want to look your best, here’s how:
- Avoid tanning beds. If you use one of these devices regularly (and they’re everywhere), chances are good that it’s already had an effect on the condition of your skin. You might notice some redness around the eyes and lips after getting out of one; this is called “solar elastosis” and it’s caused by exposure to ultraviolet rays over time. It’s also important to know that these machines emit UVA rays which can contribute to wrinkles in addition to causing sunburns when used regularly!
So what should we do instead? Go outside! Sunlight provides vitamin D which improves bone density as well as mood–there’s nothing quite like basking in sunlight on a warm day with friends or family members nearby!
Artificial beauty is just another way of saying “fake” or “manipulated.” It’s almost always sponsored by the companies who make the products sold in the fashion industry.
Artificial beauty products are made by companies whose sole objective is to sell more of their own brands.
There are many ways to achieve artificial beauty, but they all have one thing in common: they’re unnatural. These are some examples of what you might see on a person with artificial beauty:
- Hair extensions and wigs (especially if they’re dyed)
- Nails painted with polish or acrylics (or fake nails altogether)
With natural beauty, you can do things like wear makeup, wear clothes in accordance with your own style and express yourself through clothing choices. You can have fun with it!
In fact, natural beauty can be enhanced through makeup and clothing choices.
Makeup is a form of self-expression. Clothes are also a form of self-expression. It’s important to be able to express yourself through these ways because they’re part of who we are as individuals – they let people know what we like or dislike about ourselves, what inspires us and more importantly: who we want others to see when they look at us!
With artificial beauty, you’re stuck being someone else’s idea of what you should look like every single day of your life. They take away your individuality. They take away your right to choose how YOU want to look. They force conformity on us all! And that’s just not fair!
When you’re wearing artificial beauty, your individuality is lost. You’re not allowed to express yourself any way that you want. You have to be someone else’s idea of what beauty is–and if you don’t fit into their mold, then too bad! That’s how it works with the world of artificial beauty.
With natural beauty, however…well…I can’t say enough good things about it! It lets me express myself however I want without being judged by anyone else or having them tell me how they think I should look like instead of letting me decide for myself what makes ME happy (or at least as happy as possible). Natural beauty allows ME control over MY life instead of someone else controlling it FOR ME!!
Natural beauty is a great thing; don’t let anyone take it away from you!
Natural beauty is a great thing. Don’t let anyone take it away from you! You can be yourself and express yourself through your clothing choices, makeup, or lack thereof (if that’s what makes you happy).
If you want to wear makeup every day, go for it! If not, that’s fine too. If someone tells you that natural beauty is better than artificial beauty because it’s more “real”–don’t listen to them! You know what’s real? Expressing yourself however makes sense for YOU!
So, what are you going to do? Are you going to let the fashion industry dictate what beauty should look like? Or are you going to stand up for yourself and say “no more”? I hope it’s the latter! We have a right as human beings to express ourselves through clothing choices and makeup styles – not just one narrow definition of beauty that suits their corporate interests.