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Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder

By Jiniya @JiniyaPark

Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder

This guest post is by Lucy Fleming, who’s on her way in opening her first beauty store. Enjoy!

Beauty tips are invaluable, especially for the person that is trying their best to stay looking young. There are people that are obsessed with staying young. There’s nothing wrong with that. That’s why the cosmetics industry is booming. That includes cosmetic brush bags and eye liner pencil cases.

If women need cosmetics to look beautiful and young, they also need cosmetic accessories for them to keep all their goodies in as well. And this has to include nice cosmetic brush bags. Good quality brushes need something of equal quality to be stored in. These bags play a role in keeping those brushes in tip top shape and their bristles soft and clean. Not doing so may cause brushes to become dry and stiff.

By thumbing through magazines and reading various Beauty tips, you’ll find the same thing about powder puffs. These need to be stored in something that will keep those puffs soft and clean.

You’re Beautiful, No Matter What

All too often there are women around the world who think they are not attractive. A big portion of those women experience acne and that makes them feel unattractive. These women just don’t get it. Other people (and that includes men) see women different than these women see themselves. Everyone has opinions on what is and what is not pretty or beautiful. And this brings us to the above article title; “Beauty really is in the eye of the beholder.”

Joe Black may think a woman that is pleasantly plump is the prettiest thing since open-toed shoes. And Joe Brown might think the woman wearing the really dark blush is not attractive at all. That woman may need to take a second look inside her cosmetic brush bags to find a lighter shade of blush to use.

Women of all ages need to look past all the makeup and glitter. There is a beautiful woman inside all of us; whether she is wearing any at all. Kerin Orange may have all the makeup and accessories to put on a pretty face; however, if she doesn’t have the personality and character traits to match all that, that may interfere in what the other person is really thinking about them or how they see them.

There is always something about each and every one of us that we don’t like. If we are tall, we want to be short; and the same in reverse. And that goes for hair color as well. If we have natural dark hair, we want to have light hair. Skin color goes with that scenario as well.

So, back to the title above. Say it and mean it. Beauty IS in the eye of the beholder.

Lucy Fleming is in the process of opening her first beauty shop.

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