We live in a society that has become obsessed with beauty. Almost everyone is willing to invest time and money to look attractive than the other. Some even do plastic surgery, others get a tattoo, and still, others have their hair colored. Make-up, hair extensions, skin creams with an alleged rejuvenating effect – the market for young and “beautiful” looks is huge. But beauty is known to be in the eye of the beholder and supposedly comes from the inside. Is that true? Here are 6 things that can make everyone beautiful, Inside and outside.
There are many aspects that have a direct effect on the inner and thus indirectly on the outer beauty of a person. One good example is sleeping habits. Many people sleep too little. Of course, everyone does it now and then and that’s not a problem. However, anyone who suffers from a permanent lack of sleep, for example, due to sleep disorders, will sooner or later suffer from the consequences such as depression, dark circles, obesity, etc.
Diet also plays an important role. If you want rosy and young skin, strong hair, an attractive figure, or simply want energy, you have to eat healthily. The body must be supplied with all the necessary nutrients and should not be burdened by toxins such as caffeine, nicotine, or simply tons of fat and sugar.
Speaking of energy: Even such elusive ideals of beauty determine to a large extent whether a person is considered more or less attractive. This energy expresses itself through radiation. So whoever looks weak, tired, and sickly is perceived as less beautiful. On the other hand, those who radiate energy, are fit and strong tend to be more beautiful.
Healthy self-confidence also has a positive effect on charisma. Many people perceive arrogance as unsympathetic, as well as excessive shyness. Exceptions prove the rule. When it comes to self-confidence, the right level – as is so often the case in life – is somewhere in the middle. It is therefore important to also take care of your inner well-being and to accept yourself and learn to love. This immediately increases the attractiveness, likability, and thus also the beauty of a person.
Sympathy is an important keyword. If you smile, you come across as friendly. And sympathy makes you beautiful. It can be that easy to increase your beauty without hair extensions, mascara etc. In fact, a smile can open many doors, which is why there are already many studies on the subject.
This is about real emotions, the real joy that is often only found in children. Those who (re-) find this joy or who can keep it appear “beautiful” to other people – guaranteed! It remains to be seen whether it is a question of sexual attractiveness or rather a friendly sympathy. In any case, people want to spend time with cheerful people, because “joie de vivre” rubs off.