How far are you willing to go to feel beautiful? Most of us will NEVER admit how far were willing to go to feel beautiful. Where told to love ourselves and our flaws but we dont. We bleach our skin, go under the knife, get butt shots, & spend money we dnt have on things we may not need to feel beautiful. But is this right? B*tch told me every girl deserves to have atlest one pair of red bottom heels.. Girl treat yourself. I got them s**** no diff frm ALDO or something else. It felt good for a week or so but shortly after the high is gone. A friend spent 6,000 on a tummy tuck now she saids she needs lipo WTF.. I really dont think we woman can ever be happy. I wonder is this our cross to bare. The same one ALWAYS stress how fly they are and how many haters they have deep dwn dnt really feel that way but, feel if they keep telling the world how good they look maybe just maybe they will believe there on lie. (Kim K.) I mean maybe i'm going through some sort of depression but it just seems to me a b**** is never happy(me) sigh...  How improtant is VANITY? Everyone always talks about the women with the"GOOD HAIR" & light skin thinking there better B*******!!!! What they will never tell you is they wish there hair was alittle stronger & there skin was darker because how bad they age or how scars never go away.. I do...  Am I losing it BA? I always felt I didnt mind living in a man's world as long as I can be a woman in it!! But it's hard being a woman.. Children, hormones, not being a glamor girl, stupid dick head of a husband or boyfriend but still dnt want to be alone beacuse then the world say's there must be something wrong with you ext.... All f*** it!!! Sorry if this doesnt make much since, I needed this vent.. Later Ladies ;o/

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work on the inside. work on your character. That's what lasts.

instead of chasing fashion and trends (which you'll never catch up with because they're always changing, and it's just not smart financially), work on your style. A person with great style trumps a fashionable person anyday (visit http://thesartorialist.blogspot.com/ . He photographs fashion and street style, the fashion on the runway is beautiful, but the styles on the street are what leaves a lasting impression).

As far as the physical, always strive to be YOUR personal best. You can't be Halle's personal best, Beyonce's personal best, or Tyra's personal best. You can only be your own personal best. If that's not good enough for you, sucks to be you.
GOOD ADVICE

Nas'sTattooArtist said:
work on the inside. work on your character. That's what lasts.
instead of chasing fashion and trends (which you'll never catch up with because they're always changing, and it's just not smart financially), work on your style. A person with great style trumps a fashionable person anyday (visit http://thesartorialist.blogspot.com/ . He photographs fashion and street style, the fashion on the runway is beautiful, but the styles on the street are what leaves a lasting impression).

As far as the physical, always strive to be YOUR personal best. You can be Halle's personal best, Beyonce's personal best, or Tyra's personal best. You can only be your own personal best. If that's not good enough for you, sucks to be you.
I don't wear make up or buy the latest fashions, but I'm at peace with myself, my easy going personality and my ability laugh at myself and with myself makes up for it. That works for ME.

It's extremely sad that we still turn to the media today for their definition of 'beauty' and APPLY it to our lives. The celebs today are all wearing body magic, spanx, double sided tape and push up bras and we feel we can't achieve those standards of perfection.
Even the Queen of England wears beads in the hem of her dress so they won't fly up.


The only advice I can give you is this: Always look your best and feel your best, because you never know who is watching. You also need to move around (travel, experience different social groups, try different things ) because your environment (neighborhood, same groups of friends) can be stifling.


Are these some of the things you do? Nas'sTattooArtist said:
work on the inside. work on your character. That's what lasts.
instead of chasing fashion and trends (which you'll never catch up with because they're always changing, and it's just not smart financially), work on your style. A person with great style trumps a fashionable person anyday (visit http://thesartorialist.blogspot.com/ . He photographs fashion and street style, the fashion on the runway is beautiful, but the styles on the street are what leaves a lasting impression).

As far as the physical, always strive to be YOUR personal best. You can't be Halle's personal best, Beyonce's personal best, or Tyra's personal best. You can only be your own personal best. If that's not good enough for you, sucks to be you.

I wasnt just speaking of "just" myself when I wrote this post but thanks
SPICE said:
I don't wear make up or buy the latest fashions, but I'm at peace with myself, my easy going personality and my ability laugh at myself and with myself makes up for it. That works for ME.
It's extremely sad that we still turn to the media today for their definition of 'beauty' and APPLY it to our lives. The celebs today are all wearing body magic, spanx, double sided tape and push up bras and we feel we can't achieve those standards of perfection.
Even the Queen of England wears beads in the hem of her dress so they won't fly up.


The only advice I can give you is this: Always look your best and feel your best, because you never know who is watching. You also need to move around (travel, experience different social groups, try different things ) because your environment (neighborhood, same groups of friends) can be stifling.
yes.

Butter_Cup said:

Are these some of the things you do? Nas'sTattooArtist said:
work on the inside. work on your character. That's what lasts. instead of chasing fashion and trends (which you'll never catch up with because they're always changing, and it's just not smart financially), work on your style. A person with great style trumps a fashionable person anyday (visit http://thesartorialist.blogspot.com/ . He photographs fashion and street style, the fashion on the runway is beautiful, but the styles on the street are what leaves a lasting impression).

As far as the physical, always strive to be YOUR personal best. You can't be Halle's personal best, Beyonce's personal best, or Tyra's personal best. You can only be your own personal best. If that's not good enough for you, sucks to be you.
I got that! But I also responded for those who this might help when they read it.
Butter_Cup said:

I wasnt just speaking of "just" myself when I wrote this post but thanks
SPICE said:
I don't wear make up or buy the latest fashions, but I'm at peace with myself, my easy going personality and my ability laugh at myself and with myself makes up for it. That works for ME.
It's extremely sad that we still turn to the media today for their definition of 'beauty' and APPLY it to our lives. The celebs today are all wearing body magic, spanx, double sided tape and push up bras and we feel we can't achieve those standards of perfection.
Even the Queen of England wears beads in the hem of her dress so they won't fly up.


The only advice I can give you is this: Always look your best and feel your best, because you never know who is watching. You also need to move around (travel, experience different social groups, try different things ) because your environment (neighborhood, same groups of friends) can be stifling.

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