No matter her size, shape, or features, every woman has natural beauty. Unfortunately, extreme societal standards have brought about a type of epidemic: we may all be beautiful in our own way, but most of us don’t know it.
When you feel down about yourself, consider this: the problem isn’t a lack of beauty, it’s a lack of self-confidence from the outside in. That’s why it’s so empowering for women to embrace their natural features, to show them off, and to allow their self-confidence to take root and grow.
The media tells us that we’re too fat, too curly-haired, too blemished, too whatever, and it can shake our sense of self-worth. And although appearances have nothing to do with intelligence, humor, creativity, or kindness (just to name a few), we start to wonder whether our lives would be better if we looked different.
“The most beautiful thing a woman can wear is confidence,” said Blake Lively, arguably one of the most beautiful women in the world. But if this blonde-haired, blue-eyed actress was insecure, disheveled, and full of self-loathing, would anyone give her a second look?
Stop for a minute and think of the women in your life who you most enjoy being around. Chances are, you love them because they are positive, generous, and caring -- not because they look like models. These women are confident in themselves, from their appearance to their abilities, and their positivity spills out of them and lifts you up. These are the women that are the most beautiful, the ones who are always true to themselves.
Embracing your natural beauty is part of staying true to yourself, from your curves, to your hair, to your complexion and beyond. When you learn to accept yourself and face the world with confidence and pride, you emit positive energy that is nothing short of magnetic.
It’s a simple rule of thumb that we can’t fully love others until we love ourselves completely. If you want the world to be a more positive and honest place, it starts with being the best YOU that you can be. After all, you deserve it.
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