What is beauty? Day in and day out we are surrounded by trends in cosmetic procedures and images we are told are beautiful, but what does it truly mean? What elements need to be in place for someone or something to be beautiful? It is a common word with a very difficult definition.
“Beauty” is hard to define because it means such different things to each of us. What one person sees as a thing of beauty may not impress another person. When it comes to beauty, there is only one universal truth: beauty truly is in the eye of the beholder.
As human beings, we strive to be beautiful both inside and out. People want to be liked and yearn to be admired in the eyes of their loved ones and strangers alike. What do you see when you look in the mirror – or when you see yourself in a candid photo? We don’t have to be perfect to feel attractive, and sometimes a small change can make all the difference – an upturned nose, a reduced eye fold, a cleaner jaw line, or even simply filling in smile-lines.
There are many factors that can contribute to feeling unattractive. Fortunately, science and a steady, artistic hand can help many men and women achieve their personal idea of external beauty. Plastic surgery techniques and cosmetic procedures have come a long way in the past decades and have become much more of a mainstream approach to beauty enhancement and maintenance. Many people, from all walks of life, have turned to plastic surgery to restore youthful eyes, fuller lips, or a leaner chin and neck. From surgical interventions to non-surgical treatments, more people are on board with cosmetic procedures than ever before.
What is beauty? Beauty is what inspires YOU! Beauty is what captures your eye and won’t let it go. Only you can determine what is beautiful. If you look in the mirror and don’t see beauty smiling back at you, maybe it’s time you see what options are available to make a change!