If you are a woman, you would want to be beautiful, youthful, and forever young.
What is beauty? Is beauty only skin deep, or something only in the beholder’s eye?
In the Orient, the perception of beauty may vary from that in the West: the focus in the East on inner beauty or the "inner eye" may sometimes seem difficult for the Western mind to comprehend.
The traditional Oriental perception of beauty may have the following inner innate qualities:
1. Compassion for others
2. Detachment from negative thoughts and feelings
3. Peace of mind and inner tranquility
4. Right-mindedness from a true heart
A truly beautiful woman has a serene face with a softening spirit. Such a face is often a reflection of the physical, the mental, and the spiritual aspects of that individual. Beauty is more than skin deep: it exudes inner confidence and radiance.
You may become aware of the first click of your biological clock around age 30, when your first streaks of silver appear on your hair, or around 35 when you first notice your crow’s feet (for some, this may have happened much sooner). Can you turn back the biological clock?
According to Phyllis R. Koch-Sheras, clinical psychologist and professor at the
University of Virginia in ,
understanding the changes and learning how to accept and cope with them are
anti-aging strategies. Charlottesville
Complement your inner beauty with your extrinsic beauty. Nature has given you a lovely face: take good care of it and preserve it diligently with daily facial regimens to make you forever look the best of your age.
Your skin is your beauty. The youthful look of a person is primarily based on the skin of that individual. After all, the first impression of a person is the face: the skin color, the skin texture, and the feel and touch of the skin. Your skin renews itself every 35 to 45 days. Do not interrupt or slow down that skin cell replication process with alcohol or nicotine. Get right and get enough sleep. Above all, do everything you can to maintain its color, texture, and softness. Makeup only masks the defects.
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