Anyone would agree that being good-looking really does have its advantages, studies show attractive students get more attention and higher evaluations from their teachers, good-looking patients get more personalized care from their doctors, and handsome criminals receive lighter sentences than less attractive convicts, but recent debates have asked, do good-looking people get better jobs than an average looking person? According to Aristotele “Personal beauty is a greater recommendation than any letter of reference” In my opinion, better-looking people do get better jobs. I do not necessarily agree with this however I think that people like to deal with pretty people. In the service industry especially, managers look for young beautiful people to represent their company. When searching for information on this topic I found many different debates, experiments and polls containing information on the question.
In the ancient China, Chinese’s women think foot-binding is fashion. From the 10th century to early 20th century, most ancient Chinese women think small feet looks beautiful and fashionable. They used a strip of cloth to tightly tie their ankle when they were four or five years old, and they were kept it for life time. No matter what method people use to express the fashion, people’s primary goal is to make them look beautiful, make their bodies has a curve and become more fashionable. By today, wearing shapewear can modify people’s bodies; can influence people to believe fantasy thinner is normal; can let people have more self-confidence and it also encourage people to pursue high social status.
Georgiana reed was depicted as “her beauty, her pink cheeks …delight to all who looked at her (Bronte 20).” Georgiana has beautiful blue eyes with yellow ringlet hair, compared to Jane who is said to look plain and even in some cases ugly “Do you think, because I am poor, obscure, plain, and little(72).” Jane being compared to Georgiana; helps me see Jane’s characteristics because Jane knows that superficial things such as wealth and beauty can only get one so far in life, it shows me that Jane is independent and determined to surpass her current situation. Georgiana reed is also rich, a noble and has a loving family while Jane on the other hand has been a burden to her “family”, poor and on top of that is an orphan. Jane and Blanche Ingram have one major thing in common; they wanted Ms. Rochester to be their husband, for different reasons of course. Miss Blanche wanted Mr. Rochester as an accessory to her because it was convenient. “I am resolved my husband shall not be a rival, but a foil to me (128).” Blanche uses her beauty, education and nobility to demean others and got get whatever she wanted she is very superficial.
The Victorians admired both the strong, hearty, statuesque lady (modeled on Queen Victoria herself) and the weak, fainting beauty, who Lefkovitz uses the French word mourante to define: "dying, languishing, expiring, fainting, fading" (36). The former type was most popular in the first half of the century, according to Federico: A woman's body in the first decade of the century was . . . under considerable scrutiny, and the ideal against which she was measured was tall and statuesque, stately, elegant, refined .
The next largest is Exclusive, Jennifer Aniston, Loving life after Brad, this is an appeal to a fairly young female audience because celebrities are a typically female interest and it has the added fact of relationship issues and solutions. Another sell line is super sexy shopping, High street party buys. Using words like sexy attracts classy females who like to look good and the party attracts girls who enjoy a lavish lifestyle. The last sell line is 20% of at Pied a terre, it is a designer shop and attr... ... middle of paper ... ...] Click here to view Certificate as PDF Click here to email Certificate as PDF to a contact or yourself Click here to view historic data This summary report refers to the period 01-Jul-2005 to 31-Dec-2005. This report was approved by the ABC on 16-Feb-2006.
Beauty is pain. Isn’t it? From hair and nails to skin care and pedicures, a women wants to feel beautiful inside and out. Women would go through just about anything to have the perfect eyebrow, manicure, and much more. Often what women envy most in other women is the genes of long beautiful hair.
Because the average woman has £1,964.30 worth of beauty products hidden away inside it. That works out as 65 different jars, tubes and bottles, each worth £30.22 on average.” This shows the eff... ... middle of paper ... ...dea by having these stereotypical women as characters, and advertisements push these ideas on women by portraying different definitions of beauty, selling products, and how they should be and what they should stand for. The only way to change these stereotypes is to combat the ideas that women need to spend a lot of money on cosmetics, have a rule book in the sense of knowing how to get a guy, knowing how to keep a man happy in a household, and the fact that they need to listen to people around them in order to calculate their own self worth. All women should feel beautiful because they are confident and not just because what somebody might say or do. They should not let that change their thoughts and ideas about who they want to be and where they want to go in life.
These damaging impacts don’t affect just teens and young women either; women in their 30’s-40’s can often be even more infatuated with their appearance due to their aging bodies. Marge Piercy’s poem, “Barbie Doll,” shows readers how these unattainable views on beauty can have sociological effects, cause psychological damage, and even lead to suicide. These effects and damages are nothing new to women. They’ve just become more prevalent and noticeable in the twentieth century, and it may seem that women of this day and age are going to extremes to change their bodies but the past suggests that it’s been this way for centuries. The Chinese bound girl’s feet to keep them small because at that time having small feet was desirable.
"She is, for one thing a very pretty girl. Beauty is the fashion in 1925" (Flapper Jane, 65). When Reading Flapper Jane one gets a sense that "Jane" felt that she was equal and her beauty was just something that she did and not something that did her:" Women still want to be loved,... But they want it to be on a 50 / 50 basis which i... ... middle of paper ... ...day, woman can look at a beautiful mannequin in a store and say" I want to look like her" and they can actually can! They can go to their doctor and say,' Doc, I want I want these cheek bones.'
The use of a beautiful woman in the ad helps to convince women that this product will help them stay looking young. The Aveeno Absolutely Ageless ad features and attractive famous woman who has blonde hair and blue eyes. She has her nails done and has a very big ring on her finger. She has on what looks like a very soft white sweater. The