A Definition of Natural Beauty2 min read
The term “natural beauty” gets thrown around often enough that many people don’t actually know what it is. Is it a way of avoiding having to enhance one’s appearance for public presentation? Does it mean that a natural beauty only uses things made from nature? Or is it someone who can look great no matter what? To some degree or another, the answer to all of these questions is yes.
To start, natural beauty doesn’t require anything. If someone is said to have natural beauty, that person can get up in the morning and still look as though just a change in clothes ought to be enough to appear dazzling. The person in question doesn’t need to look like a super model. After all, many super models spend hours dealing with hair, clothing, make-up, and even the right way to stand for a picture or show. No. Natural beauty doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with specific body features. A little enhancement never hurts to bring forward someone’s natural radiance.
Even though being naturally beautiful is defined as looking great without enhancement, that doesn’t mean that someone doesn’t or shouldn’t use clothing, styling, or make-up to enhance what’s already there. For most natural beauties, styling is usually much lighter than for everyone else. In the case of make-up, many natural beauties use colors that blend with the skin so well that it looks as if the extra pigment was there to begin with. Hair styles are usually simple for most days, and clothing isn’t always something from the latest fad. For many people with natural beauty, dressing is a matter of what feels good as opposed to what looks good. Ironically, someone who dresses to feel good often looks great!
So what about those enhancers? Are they only made from nature? This is usually the case. Many natural products are priced beyond the capability of some people’s finances. Therefore, many people wanting natural products get what they can at the best price and fill in the gaps as best as possible with other products. Sometimes, natural enhances are as simple as not using hair spray and sticking to shampoos that have natural extracts. A lot of people use home remedies to take care of minor problems that occur in the skin and hair. Diet and exercise are great ways of treating the appearance from within. It’s always easy to tell who feels healthy and who doesn’t based on how they present themselves, and using natural products from the inside out is a great way to feel healthy.
Natural beauty is no mystery. It’s easily within everyone’s grasp, and no one has to portray themselves as hippies to achieve it. Being naturally beautiful is more about presenting oneself in a style that suits that person individually without major fuss.