When I look outside I see a tree and that right there is pretty. But how do u define pretty into a person. In Disney movies the princesses always show distinct attractive features. There always skinny with a tiny waist, pretty eyes, and perfect teeth. In a way this is how young girls see their favorite characters. They feel that this is the only way to look. But in life beauty doesn’t matter.
In commercials is there ever an ugly overweight woman on TV? No there are always supermodels advertising wrinkle free cream and anti grey hair dye. When women see these commercials it makes them think “Can I change my image?” But the better question is “Should I change my image?” The answer would be no because women should be able to feel happy with themselves without having to pay a lot of money just to change the way they are.
After 27 years of oral and facial reconstruction Dr. Stephen Marquardt tried to create the ideal face. He recalls to his high school years that he was attracted to some girls over others. Years later as a medical doctor he realized when he was reconstructing a face he had to put a specific part to match the face or it wouldn’t look good. Years later in 1992 he gave realizing that there is no perfect formula for the perfect face and that every face has its own little flaws. Then he started to look towards Hollywood actresses and there pros and cons. For example he notes that Pamala Anderson has pretty deep-set eyes with nice, high cheekbones, a pretty chin and a feminine jawline. Her flaw would be that her lips are a little big and her upper lip is bigger than her bottom.
Researchers found that the majority of fairy tales that survive into the 20th century feature characters with young beautiful looks. And then “Shrek” came out and it was about a beautiful princess that turned into an ogre at night but learned to love herself the way she is and others would love her to. This is what women need to do. They need to love themselves for who they are...