Makeup is a creative visual expression of individuality that sets unrealistic beauty standards and lifestyle which is constantly misinterpreted to portray a high-end vivacity. The boost of confidence that women get from makeup is related to how they feel after hiding their imperfections. Naturally, their newfound perfection will boost self-esteem, personality, and positive attitude when pride and confidence in a person increase chances of success go high too. After feeling good, everything around you changes from treating others well and having a burst of energy to doing things.
Effective Communication and Expression
Every day we rely on communicating our feelings, wants, and needs, the ability to convey information effectively and efficiently, whether verbally, non-verbally, or written. Self-esteem contributes to how well articulated a person is with their thoughts. Creating working and loving relationships with family, friends, clients require mastering the skill. Self-confidence comes composure which is an excellent thing to cohesively state what you need to the person you want to tell. For example, a case of a nerdy girl who popular kids with flawless skin constantly bully because of acne or skin problems discovers cosmetics that make her face smooth and beautiful. She will have the confidence to face her bullies and earn respect, which stops the bullying, and life gets a little easier.
Developing a Feminine Identity and Resisting Unrealistic Beauty Standards and Fake Lifestyles
Attractiveness is essential in women’s lives because physical appearance is an integral component of female gender identity. Objectification causes society to view the female body as being examined and evaluated. Women’s bodies are exposed to society’s exacting standards, almost guaranteeing that women will feel inadequate. Women’s self-esteem is often associated with their physical appearance and, more specifically, their ability to meet ideal beauty standards and, as a result, choosing to wipe off imperfections with makeup. A dangerous situation gets created where women satisfied with their appearance report higher self-esteem, social confidence, and more enjoyable social interactions. In contrast, women who do not meet societal standards report being discouraged and depressed.
Self-Presentation and Self-Image Management for Social Acceptance
Presentation and self-image are how one wants to be seen in public, for example, due to the unrealistic beauty standards that seem to state the lifestyle they lead for social acceptance. For example, a campus student who makes friends with people higher in her social class will wear the same makeup to feel they belong. The appearance change will also lead to complete assimilation of behavior and attitude.
High Rate of Success Contributed by the Boost of Confidence
When a woman feels good about herself confident, her ambition grows, and believing in herself becomes the norm. She starts achieving what she sets her mind to and keeps going until they can ultimately fulfill their heart desires as quickly. This improvement is just from her positive mindset, boosting the social representation, breaking the barriers of unrealistic beauty standards and lifestyle, and loving herself more. Don’t we love the power of makeup?
Makeup is worn by many women daily, and yet the
damage can be devastating as much as it can be empowering, for it’s easy for a misunderstanding to occur.