Makeup gives women a strong sense of confidence, self-love, and boldness. So every girl should feel that their contour adds to their natural beauty. We should applaud the ones who are able to seamlessly create a new form of art using their already present features. Too often girls are forced into thinking that makeup is to be used if you do not meet the unrealistic standards of beauty that have been set by people who deceptively mask their flaws.
Since some questions had more than one answers by same individuals, they were recorded according to frequency. 20% of the individuals accepted wearing makeup to enhance features, 17% to hide flaws, 10% to look more put together, 7% for fun with others going for answers such as “its an accessory (5%), “it completes look (5%), “it brings life to face (4%) etc. Hence this study proved that makeup not only adds boast to a confidence level of a woman but also that wearing too much makeup for a certain situation can have an adverse
Rhetorical Analysis of “Women Who Wear Makeup Are Paid More” Over the past years, women have struggled and made strides for the fight to gain economic, social and political equality. Author Emma Lord, writes a problem about this called “Women Who Wear Makeup Are Paid More, According To Bummer Study”, published in May 2016 in the Bustle, and argues that a person’s attractiveness is a factor that affects how much money someone earns, specially on women who wear makeup compared those who don’t. With her article, Lord builds her credibility by citing facts and statistics conducted by research, applying emotional appeals to the audience; however, her credibility on her argument weakens with the usage of ethos towards the end of the article. Emma Lord states, “Researchers Jaclyn Wong of the University of Chicago and
Overweight is seen as physically unattractive and it is negative. So women have unattractive face will have lower self-esteem. Women self-esteem is according to others’ comments and views. They feel satisfaction when others appreciated and said they are pretty or they looked slim or they have good body image. Top models or every idol at TV programmes are look pretty and have long legs and slim.
It seems that women are more pressured to look a certain way in order to feel accepted by society. The majority of the problem comes from our images of personal attractiveness that are influenced by T.V. commercials and magazine advertisements. I, myself have been judged by my appearance because I think make- up does not create beauty. There is more to a human being instead of worrying about the minor details of your appearance, focusing too much on acquiring beauty can have negative consequences.
The media portrays these unrealistic standards to men and women of how women should look, which suggests that their natural face is not good enough. Unrealistic standards for beauty created by the media is detrimental to girls’ self-esteem because it makes women feel constant external pressure to achieve the “ideal look”, which indicates that their natural appearance is inadequate. There has been an increasing number of women that are dissatisfied with themselves due to constant external pressure to look perfect. YWCA’s “Beauty at Any Cost” discusses this in their article saying that, “The pressure to achieve unrealistic physical beauty is an undercurrent in the lives of virtually all women in the United States, and its steady drumbeat is wreaking havoc on women in ways that far exceed the bounds of their physical selves” (YWCA). Being surrounded by society’s definitions of beauty has definitely taken a toll on American women’s confidence.
A women’s sense of beauty is not bound by what rich corporate men think a women’s physical appearance should look like. There is a strong difference of looking professional to work and having a sense of beauty for one’s self. Women can look professional to work but still be seen as ‘ugly’ because they are obese but the amount someone weighs does not determine if someone is beautiful or not it is the feeling of acceptance and self-worth a person feels inside their self. According to Chloe DePiano from Odyssey she explains the value of personality, “We can all think of a person whom we love so dearly for their amazing personality rather for their
Yes, they sell, but at what cost? Because the women are showed being submissive and often dressed provocatively, this image is being idealized. The effects can be harmful, resulting into young girls having a negative self-image. Women don’t dare to take the leading role, since this is not the norm in our ‘western’ world. Is this really how we want advertisements to make us feel?
Ethical issues in Cosmetic Industry Makeup was used by woman thousand years ago. Women of Ancient Egypt used cosmetics to decorate their looks with use of oils and eyeliners. They were mystified by the discovery that this make-up not only made them look beautiful but also prevented them from bacterial infection due to the content of mild toxic. These qualities of the cosmetic an allure were the Egyptian women couldn’t resist using it. Later it spread across Rome and Greece, were the cosmetics was only used by ruling classes.
According to YWCA report beauty “obsession increase de levels of self-esteem but also giving the power to cosmetics industry to reduce their confidence and making them rich” this quote explains that society give the power to cosmetic industries to take advantage of women who are susceptible to insecurities and low confidence but nor society nor women with that kind of problems realize that, that is the main objective of the mention industries and that is called the “placebo” effect is that as society think that handsome boys are smart and better people 1.2. Relate this success with the social insecurities of women and how they think that make-up is the answer to feel more confidence with