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Monday, August 1, 2011

Beauty-Chemical OreinteD

When I think of beauty I always visualize the charming, slim and sexy ladies of town. The real meaning of beauty has changed by the time passed by. Everywhere in the early age or in olden days, the responsibilities and the acts of women justified their beauty. In the olden days, girls never want their body to be shaped and slimmed. Their hard work and acts in front of people and family define their destiny and moral characters. Obviously such girls will be married to a noble family and is described as noble women.

But today "due nam mee jur mee nam has changed a lot". With the development, men considered as the highly developed brain has invented/developed numerous cosmetics. And all most all women believe in NO- MARKS theory. They want their face mark less. It gives them the confidence to walk free of self - doubt. Today's generation is generations where the people's make up are chemical oriented. 

People shun their natural beauty and go for artificial beauty. Alass!! No wonder to see women without eye brow. A dark thin line drawn instead. Though it is eye-catching but not eye-ful. For one eye - eye-shade, eye-shadow, eye-liner, eye-bath, eye-wash are used. Today's women are describing by those accessories and necessities. 

Real beauty comes from within. But beauty is also a skin deep. And ultimately it is a look of a person now a day. Actually looks is not about how good looking we are physically - because there is nothing like good looking and bad looking. What is 'good looking' to KINZA OM may be bad looking to CHUNDU OM; what is good looking to CHENCHO ZAM might be bad looking to RINCEEN OM; and what is good looking to RINCEEN OM may be ugly to SONAM LHAM!

Looks is about the way we present our self. The best example is the National Assembly of how our MP's - all with different physical looks- come across as looking good. Why? Because regardless of the colour of skin and physical appearance, when they stand for summit wearing intricate Ghos and Kiras, a fitting Tshoglham, Kabneys and Rachuss and hair neatly done, they are bound to be beautiful and make good impression. 

Don't mind!!!           


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