There is two sides to each human and when first meeting someone, you will usually get the good side first. When people who are infatuated rush into relationships blinded with only the good, positive things they love about that person. The “love” change once they meet the other side, the flawed side, at that point the live turns to hate almost instantly. Maybe not even hate, you can simply just become unattracted to that type of person after a while. You no longer are blinded by the good things you loved about them.
However, this misconception about fashionistas may not always be true because some individuals have the sweetest or most caring personality. On the other hand, there can be fashionistas that are stuck up and think they are better than everyone else based on the fashionistas style. People in general make assumptions without getting to know the person but it’s human nature to judge people based off their looks. A fashionista is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re going to get. This refers to fashionistas not knowing whether they might get a compliment or just another negative hating
Infatuation is seen between Bingley and Jane. Bingley brings up her beauty many times but does not know much about her. These intense feelings for her beauty are the only feelings he shows in the novel. In addition, Jane is overwhelmed with his good looks and wealth. Love at first sight does not mean happiness or trust and may lead to a hole in many of the important parts of a relationship, for example confidence.
They also say that makeup doesn’t only enhance their physical appearance but also the way other sees them. They also found out that there is also an advantage using make-ups for women because those who are wearing makeup and has a great potential got the bigger chance to get a prestigious job than those women without make-ups. It only states that the people with cosmetics are more attractive than those who don’t use make-ups. It also says that make-ups enhance not only the physical feature but the confidence too and with it, others see them more proper than those without it. And in terms of finding jobs, those who wear cosmetics have a higher possibility to be accepted in a specific work or job.
Throughout the novels, one may notice some patterns repeating themselves. First of all, the idea of beauty. As Emig points out, when a conventionally beautiful woman is introduced, readers expects her to be spoiled and superficial, like Rosamond (Emig 106). However, this is not equally applied to men. In fact, beautiful men are usually expected to accomplish great things, such as in the case of Daniel.
On days when women wear their makeup on, it does somehow lift up their self-esteem, make them feel good and boost their confidence. But that is not enough since it hides their inner selves and avoids to understand that little voice inside trying to reach out and screaming, “It’s okay to be yourself and this is a time for you to grow better!
Indeed, after several scenes Blanche uses her power of seduction in order to manipulate men and reach her objectives. She is, by far, in opposition with the theme of purity, the author reveals that Blanche is a liar. Indeed she is saying that she has been hiring from her job, which is not the truth. Blanche is one the most interesting character in the story because she does not fit to some gender stereotypes, this difference makes her attractive and
However, later in the story, the narrator reveals that much like the exaggerated number of stitches she received, she had claimed that this man was married, when in fact he was not, and as it so happens, he later married a wealthy model despite his claims that looks are not immediately important. It seems that the narrator is revealing the senseless and shallow nature of human beings, who want to be viewed in a particular light, and often change certain aspects of their character in order to maintain this view, much like the narrator changes or exaggerates aspects of her story to make it more appealing to her audience. The setting of this story is also reminiscent of “In the Cemetery” because the majority of it takes place in a hospital. Hempel often writes about those who are in crisis-- often in the hospital or in recovery-- and “The Harvest” is a clear example of this tendency. While recovering in the hospital, the narrator mentions a twelve-year-old boy she frequently sees when she goes to the dialysis ward to watch
Dishonesty is at the root of their actions, as they try to create the illusion of being someone different than they were and associating with higher-class people. The women they were trying to marry liked them in return because they just liked the name Earnest and had their hearts set on marrying two fellows with such an extraordinary name. Wilde proves his satire by exaggerating such an