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Beauty is a toxin for lost teens or gullible adults; it tricks them into changing their own characteristics to try to be attractive. Beauty can be what you want it to be and the positives of trying to reach nowadays “true beauty” are nowhere as near as the negatives. Logic can help put things in perspective, next time you feel ugly think about what you are both inside and out. One must believe oneself beautiful in order to have the self-esteem to thrive in life. Confidence is a common ingredient in beauty writes R.Odes from the The Look Book.
What is beauty? It has always been said that “beauty is in the eye of the beholder" that being said, everyone’s opinion on the definition of beauty will differ. Some people believe beauty is based on appearance others speculate that beauty goes a little deeper than that. However, I believe that society has completely twisted the definition of beauty and turned it into an impossible perspective of how you are supposed to look to be considered “Beautiful”. According to Oxford Dictionary, “Beauty is a combination of qualities, such as shape, colour, or form that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially the sight.” Most people these days would take that definition and apply it to a person’s outward appearance.
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Name: Mok Tsz Shuen LANG 1003A T23 Assessed Writing Task People may sometimes have a misinterpretation that the concept of beauty can be defined effortlessly. They may instantly think of some beautiful objects, but not the way to explain the beauty with precise wordings as it is harder to express what beauty is than they think. The debate on how to delineate beauty remains in a stalemate. One of the major arguments is that whether there is a universal perception of beauty. This essay will argue that there are no universal concepts of beauty because people are influenced by culture and social environment.
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