How would you define true beauty

True beauty comes from within - doesn't it?

10 things that can make everyone beautiful

For all those people who are not naturally blessed with an angelic face, a thick curly mane or large breasts, this should be good news. Of course, in many cases, the attractiveness can be increased by colored hair, the right make-up, a suitable clothing style, muscle building in the gym or other measures. But miracles can rarely be achieved even with surgical interventions. This does not apply to inner beauty. Every person actually has this in their own hands - at least to a certain extent. It can be acquired, trained and actively influenced. What sounds abstract at first glance is actually quite simple at second glance. There are many aspects that have a direct effect on the inner and thus indirectly on the outer beauty of a person. Which are they?

1. Sleep habits

Many people sleep too little. Every now and then that's not a problem. However, those who suffer from a permanent lack of sleep, for example due to sleep disorders, will sooner or later get secondary problems such as depression, dark circles, obesity and the like. Because lack of sleep makes you sick - and therefore ugly, to put it drastically.

2. Health

First and foremost, it is health that makes a person attractive. On the other hand, "sick" features such as pale skin, dark circles, skin blemishes, fat deposits and many more are perceived as unattractive by most people. So if you want to be beautiful from the inside out, you have to take care of your health. As already mentioned, this also includes sufficient sleep, but by no means only.

3. Diet

Diet also plays an important role. If you want rosy and young skin, strong hair, an attractive figure or simply want energy, you have to eat healthily. The body must be supplied with all the necessary nutrients and should not be burdened by toxins such as caffeine, nicotine or simply tons of fat and sugar.

4. Radiance

Speaking of energy: Even such elusive ideals of beauty determine to a large extent whether a person is considered more or less attractive. This energy expresses itself through the radiation. So whoever looks weak, tired and sickly is perceived as less beautiful. On the other hand, those who radiate energy, are fit and strong tend to be more beautiful.

5. Confidence

A healthy self-confidence also has a positive effect on the charisma. Many people perceive arrogance as unsympathetic, as well as excessive shyness. Exceptions prove the rule. When it comes to self-confidence, the right level - as so often in life - is somewhere in the middle. It is therefore important to also take care of your inner well-being and to accept yourself and learn to love. This immediately increases the attractiveness, likeability and thus also the beauty of a person.

6. Smile

Sympathy is an important keyword. If you smile, you come across as personable. And sympathy makes you beautiful. So it can be that easy to increase your beauty without hair extensions, mascara etc. In fact, a smile can open many doors, which is why there are already studies on the subject.

7. Relaxation

Many people are constantly stressed these days. This is also noticeable in their facial expressions and gestures. You appear hectic, have worry lines on your forehead or a tense posture. Relaxing is not only good for body and mind, it is also beautiful. Everyone has to find out for themselves which strategies are best for relaxation.

8. Posture

But not only relaxation has a positive effect on posture and thus a person's beauty. Other measures such as walking upright, eye contact, open gestures, a soft voice or even the size of the pupils are signs of sympathy. And those who are personable are known to be more attractive. Admittedly, it is difficult to influence the size of the pupil, but there are numerous possibilities to appear "beautiful" by practicing the correct posture and language. This can also have positive effects, for example a job promotion or acceptance after the interview, because 80 percent of communication is non-verbal. Anyone who consciously uses facial expressions, gestures and body language benefits not only in terms of their “inner beauty”, but in all social situations.

9. Optimism

Unfortunately, optimism is a trait that is far too rare to find in Germany. Many people complain frequently and happily. You slip into the role of victim, complain about the strict boss or are afraid of the future. If, on the other hand, you learn to walk through life optimistically, to be satisfied and to enjoy the little things, you automatically appear more beautiful on other people, can carry them away or literally cast a spell on them. Optimistic people are almost like a magnet.

10. Joy of life

Because optimists exude a zest for life. This is about real emotions, real joy that is often only found in children. Those who (re-) find this joy or who can keep it appear “beautiful” to other people - guaranteed! It remains to be seen whether it is a question of sexual attractiveness or rather friendly sympathy. In any case, people want to spend time with cheerful people, because joie de vivre rubs off. So life is simply more fun than with a person who might look “perfect” on the outside but spread a bad mood.

Beauty from within is not necessarily related to appearance

Beauty comes from within, it is said again and again. There is also a real core to this. No question about it, there are people with an exceptionally beautiful appearance. But a person can also look beautiful and still appear unattractive to the person opposite. Or, conversely, a person can be very attractive, although outwardly they appear rather average. Obviously, beauty does not only come about through make-up, extensions, rejuvenation injections or white teeth. Instead, there seems to be a second aspect. At least to some extent, beauty actually comes from within. So it's true: Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. It can be the color of the eyes, the way you smile, the voice or even the mole on the left arm ... every person perceives different characteristics as "beautiful" or "ugly" and not just the external ones.

In addition, tastes are known to be different. There will probably not be a person in the world that everyone finds beautiful. Some like blonde hair, others black, some curly hair, others a straight mane, some blue eyes, others brown and some a slim figure and others a sporty one. This list could go on indefinitely. Everyone looks different and with more than seven billion people in the world, the definition of beauty is very different. Depending on the culture and individual preferences, tastes, i.e. ideals of beauty, are actually different. This also explains why there is no uniform definition of beauty, but only a large number of studies with the aim of being able to put this into a grid and thus make it scientifically measurable. In all likelihood, however, that will never be possible. How so? Because beauty is much more than “just” the appearance of a person.

Conclusion: yes, beauty comes from within, but ...

... is just a matter of taste and not entirely independent of external appearances. Instead, inner and outer beauty influence each other. So they are inseparable and result in an overall picture, which is then perceived as "beautiful" or "ugly" depending on the taste. Beauty also (!) Comes from within and so it would be good for many people to deal less with hair colors, make-up or the gym, but more with their inner values ​​such as self-confidence, optimism or serenity.