What do you think makes a person beautiful?

0 votes
102 views
simron shukla asked 05-Mar-2018 in Relationships by simron shukla
What do you think makes a person beautiful?


1 Answer

0 votes
akriti kashyap answered 24-May-2018 by akriti kashyap

The definition of beautiful has continuously shifted between cultures and eras. But what does it really mean to be beautiful? Being beautiful means different things to different people. Some people tend to look up to models, TV personalities and celebrities when trying to define beauty.

What do you think makes a person beautiful?

The truth is that there is no one definition of being beautiful and what it means to be beautiful. In the past, beauty was considered to be culturally determined. Different people with unlike life experiences and cultures acquired different standards of beauty. However, in recent years, researchers have challenged this assumption.

First, they noted that people, regardless of their culture or region largely agree on the faces they consider beautiful and which ones are not. Secondly, preference, in terms of beauty emerges early in life even before cultural standards of what is deemed to be beautiful are assimilated. From the perspective of science, beauty is a not learned but rather a biological adaptation.
What do you think makes a person beautiful?
Empathy I think that this is the first and foremost what makes a person beautiful. No matter where you’re on the social ladder, there always will be people who are “under” you there. And I would judge a person by the way they treat waiters, students if they happened to be a teacher or other people who are junior to them. Your ability to be nice to everyone and treat everyone equally is for me the essential quality one should have.

This includes encouraging someone to reach their dreams or calm down a person who just lost their money.
To me, the word ‘beautiful’ doesn’t necessarily mean outer beauty. In fact, it’s more important how you are on the inside. I’m sure you’ve met many ‘beautiful’ people, yet their mean and hurtful character makes them completely ugly.

"I think that right now more than at almost any other point in time there is a great diversity of looks that people consider beautiful," said Ford.
Beauty, it seems, really does lie in the eye of the beholder.
"Cheers"