Living in a Fake world “The beauty of a woman is not in the clothes she wears, the figure that she carries, or the way she combs her hair. The beauty of a woman is seen in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides. True beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul.
” Audrey Hepburn once said these wise words. Someone’s true beauty lies in their hearts, not the makeup they wear, or the sexual favors they give men. Models, who are broadcasted all the way around the world, give people unrealistic views on how one should look and act.Television, showing people that being sexy and seductive is the way to get men or women. Also claiming that the clothes on someone’s bodies define them, and if a person wants to be perfect they must look like the models. Perfection does not exist. Photos should not be allowed to be used in magazines, ads, and commercials. Most magazines and other publications say that Photos is needed to add artistic quality to the model.
Ill-advised is what that is, Photos adds unrealistic thinness and flawless features. Women and men are constantly bombarded with these images that say a person needs to look their best all the time to be happy.Makeup ads are constantly Photocopying unrealistic features to their models, while they are saying it is really the model. In actuality that model is superimposed; the model is a bunch of models in one. One company made an Ad for The Hunger Games, and it had Photodiode unrealistic qualities on the main character, enhancing her hair, and makeup, also making her waist slimmer.
Companies take certain facial features that are outstanding and impose them into one “perfect” photo. Publications then publish these fake ads so people feel imperfect, and horrible about themselves, which is terrible.Over the years publications keep tenting more fake with the ads they release; hopefully one day they will stop this injustice. Publications deem a person’s sexual appearance as king; people’s life shouldn’t revolve around pleasing the opposite sex, and looking good for them. Men and women suffer from this constant plea to be perfect. The marriage rate in the world has declined, but the divorce rate has increased. Photos has caused fake images to be branded in the minds of people. These fake images caused unrealistic views of how the opposite sex should look and act.
People go around looking for a perfect body and face, but never care about the personality. Little do they realize looks will fade, and then they are left with the personality that they never cared to learn. Divorce occurs, leaving people alone without a clue of what to do. Personality is the key to any functional relationship; publications need to stop thinking that beauty will get people everything, because it only gets a person so far, a beautiful heart remains the only way that will lead a person the rest of the way to success.Self-image, it is how someone view themselves, and its being completely altered due to false images shown on magazines. 1 in every 12 teens commit suicide and 1 in every 8 teens develop eating disorders. Most teen deaths are due to bullying, and depression, which is all linked back to self-image. These publications are giving teens unrealistic pretty, and aren’t worth it.
Recently a story was viewed on the news; it flashed a picture of a young 10 year old girl who recently died from an eating disorder.On her social media sites she was constantly posting about how ugly she was and how she wished she looked like Kara Knightly. Many photos of this celebrity are Photodiode and unreal, which many spoke out said that the images in magazines are awful and they should be banned.
This magazine apologized, but the damage was already done. Beauty isn’t what defines people; it’s a humans heart that should be Judged. Magazines Just don’t understand how much this effects young generations. Human life is worth more than what fake photos that is in those magazines.Photos, a simple program made to enhance the beauty of a person, also aids in the destruction of a person’s self-image. Creating fake images of ourselves and of stars only leads too hurtful self-esteem in people and in others.
Publications need to be halted in this horrendous act; they should publish the real pictures of the model, instead of the altered one. If only one could see what true beauty is, maybe his would stop teen deaths, depression, dysfunctional marriages, and eating disorders.Only people can demand this, and stop this unjust act.
Next time anyone picks up a magazine with an unreal model, they should simply write a letter to the magazine editor demanding it be stopped. Photos only hurts people; it does nothing good except kill someone’s self-esteem. Just like Audrey Hepburn said, A person’s hearts is what defines people as human beings, not how pretty they are. So next time a person who yearns to look like a perfect model, they should look inside their souls to find their true beauty.