Perfection in A Woman’s Beauty (Sincere Article)

For the longest time, beauty was socially defined. Our society dictated beauty and as we all grew up, we accepted these notions and became very comfortable with them. Whoever had a long neck and some what short hair and probably a gap between their teeth and long dainty fingers was automatically assumed to be a definition of beauty. Men weren’t necessarily given any beauty boundaries.

So growing up, certain people decided to automatically dictate how a woman should look like. Not to blame them; it was expected, since some things just came from within. What really bothers me, is the fact that these opinions have become such a huge part of most women’s lives that they’ve made them matching opinions which are only but too intense. When will we all accept that we’re all awkwardly perfect.

Here is Clartz Article, Kelvin’s Art

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