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Who wouldn’t want to be considered a beauty? Deep down, people want to be attractive. Our neighbours should envy houses. Lifestyles of the rich and famous are aspirations that we can achieve on a shoestring.
The reality, however, is a little different. Getting the right products to put on our skin id difficult, we now have to avoid parabens, and silicons can be difficult. Making sure our cleaning supplies are organic and plastic free. They can’t hurt the environment but have to kill germs and bugs. Beauty these days is hard work. Consequently, you need a degree in chemistry, a deep pocket and lots and lots of time.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
It’s true; beauty is in the eye of the beholder. However, they now have a Twitter, Facebook and Instagram account. An image can automatically be upload to social media in seconds with comments added in minutes. In other words, beauty is instant; it lasts for 30 seconds and then it’s gone.
It is now virtually illegal to grow old gracefully. For this reason, women are rushing to the plastic surgeon to get a nip and a tuck. No more baggy lines (HD TV and cameras) around the eyes or anywhere else. Incediently, if you have had plastic surgery, you may be vilified for it.
Again, you need a degree in Chemistry and Finance to ensure you are thought of as being beautiful, inside your home and out! Surely there has to be a different way?