Stereotypes Of Beauty

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Living in a frivolous society and guided by the media is not the most encouraging.
Especially because thanks to this barrage of images that tells us what is beauty, status, and power that the media has been sent to us, human beings have a marked tendency to self-punishment to the temptations that keep us from having the Beauty coveted trophy. This transcends feminine vanity, as we currently see the proliferation of men in places where only females were seen in antiquity. Such is the case of spa, beauty salons, boutiques, shoe stores, gyms, aesthetic, and even in the areas of creams and perfumes of the leading self-service stores. As for women, it is necessary to find the outfit that makes perfectly combines all its parts as a greater whole.
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Look beautiful and attractive for anyone who can appreciate it. According to article "Mirror, mirror" Kate Fox argues, “Attractive applicants have a better chance of getting jobs, and of receiving higher salaries. (One US study found that taller men earned around $600 per inch more than shorter executives.) It also believe that 'what is beautiful is good ' stereotype – an irrational but deep-seated belief that physically attractive people possess other desirable characteristics such as intelligence, competence, social skills, confidence – even moral virtue. (The good fairy/princess is always beautiful; the wicked stepmother is always ugly)" (SIRC)….. This article gives as a reality of how men and women, in many cases all they care about are to look good for others. So this way, thanks to people 's obsession with the image various scams originated, saying it clearer, we sell products deluded fool never will work. As the article mentioned the appearance has also become an indicator of social status, success and happiness. That means it is intended to convey the image right through personal values that will probably not have. But our image is interpreted as a reflection of who we are. This can observe in movies or TV in where the hero, the good guy is always nice and handsome, and the bad guy is the ugly one. Then, the trend becomes frivolous, rude and cruel to those who cannot follow and will be subject to the scrutiny of an increasingly automaton society, guided by the mass

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