When you look at the mirror, do you like or dislike the reflection in front of your sight? Or do you wish to see someone else? How much will you spend for perfection to impress others and yourself? Do you have to hide in the shadows of insecurities and keep on looking at magazines or celebrities? Stop! The media’s standards of beauty should not get into you and be a venom that will slaughter your self-love.
You’re beautiful regardless of age, height, weight and race.
I don’t have Barbie’s figure. I heard a lot of criticisms about me as I was growing up. There are people who are really rude by saying that I am fat, short and dark. Yet, in spite of the discouraging words, I still look at my mirror with a smile because I accept who I am and I don’t want to be someone else.
I AM ME whether you like it or not. I always walk with confidence and dress up within my budget. My weaknesses don’t hinder me from achieving what I want and expressing my thoughts. I love my individuality and my uniqueness. I don’t have to be a real-life Barbie to paint, do computer stuff and others. I don’t have to be perfect to make others happy.
Stop criticizing your reflection for you can’t deny the fact that there are always others better than you. Yet, life is not about them but it’s about you. Physical perfection withers with time but the beauty within will always remembered.
Mirror, mirror on the wall… stop comparing yourself to some Snow White for you’re a princess of your own and the fairest of them all in someone’s eyes.
Stop cursing your mirror and start loving yourself…. Don’t fail to tell others how beautiful they are too.
Self-Love- This is a positive feeling that you have about who you are and what you deserve. It often is expressed by treating yourself well, respecting yourself, wanting yourself to be happy and expecting others to respect you too. (http://www.examiner.com)
Back in February, however, Lukyanova revealed that she did undergo plastic surgery once, but only for breast augmentation, as many users on the Internet have speculated. The confession came after the blonde beauty met “Human Ken,” Justin Jedlica, who has spent more than $100,000 on plastic surgery to look like a Ken doll.
YOU might have thought when Justin Jedlica first laid eyes on real life Barbie girl Valeria Lykyanova it would have been a match made in doll heaven.
But instead, it was a match made in plastic surgery hell. (By ASHLEY VAN SIPMA Published: 09th February 2013, http://www.thesun.co.uk)