Question: I have been thinking to myself the...
Posted by Anonymous on August 31, 2010 at 6:17 PM
Expensive Fashion brands, make up, diets, heat style devices, acne solutions, HEELS, pantyhose, and endless purses clutter the mind of teenagers because that's what fame advertised to assure them what beauty NEEDS to look like.
I've had girls come to me so confused on who they should be...Their entire style is faux and copied off another just to fit in! I had struggles fitting in- I had to straighten my hair every day and fight humidity...looking like I just popped out of a 70's music video with a huge afro by the end of gym class. My face had to be clear and flawless but acne swore itself to be an alliance on my chin...and fashion just seemed to be whatever was on clearance at Walmart due to the lack of money...
Has any other girl felt like they weren't beautiful just because you didn't "fit in"? I'm out of highschool now...and still today to be truly beautiful or "hott" you are told me to a size 2 with flawless skin, and with beautiful shiny hair...
I myself am shaped like a pear literally, my hair doesn't stay straight after straightening it, and I have horrible acne, BUT... I AM ME! and not them. Which means i'm unique...I can strut like I mean it and shouldn't care what people think about me. And you should too. So stop stressing about that big nose, or those crooked teeth...and love the skin you are in.
Can anyone tell me a brief story about how they discovered their true beauty and learned to deal with their flaws?