This days, Julia Roberts made serious threat to all beauty companies, by posting a photo and writing on her Facebook and Instagram profile. She said the following:
“Perfection is a disease of a nation. We overlay our faces with tons of make-up. We get botoxs and even starve ourselves to become that perfect size. We try to fix something but you can’t fix what you can’t see. It’s the soul that needs the surgery. It’s time that we take a stand. How can you expect someone else to love you if you don’t love yourself? You have to be happy with yourself. It doesn’t matter what you look like on the outside, it’s what’s on the inside that counts.
Today, I want to put up a makeup-free photo. I know I have wrinkles on my skin but today I want you to see beyond that. I want to embrace the real me and I want you to embrace who you are, the way you are, and love yourself just the way you are.”
By writing this, she wants to show us that our beauty parameters have became very twisted and extreme. Most of the population in the world is especially centered on their looks. It is understandable that taking care of your look is very important but filling your face with botox for having a few wrinkles is excessively too much. If we respect the people by their look and much more serious, filtering individuals through this prism of beauty on-steroids, it will be the ugliest thing on the planet. It is very stupid thing to appreciate someone by how is he looking.
Instead of helping each other and loving each other for our inside look, we look one another into these nonexistent prisons just because of esthetics.
And it is about forced but not natural esthetics.
If people appreciate you for how good or ugly you look, it is something very terrible. Noting is more important but being human by the genuine sense of this value. Then you will be perfect.